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    Raw Food Diet Essay

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    on the raw food diet for dogs. The raw food diet is a controversial subject in some circles. This makes it a valuable study to learn what the raw food diet is. I will also look at what some of the reasons for switching to a raw food diet are and try to answer the question of whether this is a healthy alternative to conventional dog foods. Background The raw food diet was first proposed in 1993 by Dr. Ian Billinghust. He coined the acronym BARF. This stands for the Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet (Lee, 2012). Commercial raw dog foods can be bought such as the BARF dog food line (BARF dog food, 2015) or Darwin’s Natural Selections food (Darwin’s natural selections, 2016). There are many sources…

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    In his graphic novel, “Maus”, Art Spiegelman tells a survivor’s tale of his father, Vladek Spiegelman. Valdek was a Jewish-Polish survivor of World War II. He endures many hardships as the graphic novel progresses, including but not limited to the loss of his first son, Richieu, numerous prison camps, and bankruptcy. However, what is unique about this graphic novel is the way it is illustrated—animals replace humans as the characters of the story. Jews are portrayed as mice, the Germans as cats,…

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    Maus: A Survivor's Tale

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    Maus explains the past and present story of Holocaust survivor Vladek Spiegelman. Art, his son, wrote this graphic novel to learn about his father’s experiences in the Holocaust. He depicts Jews as mice, Germans as cats, and Poles as pigs. It goes through Vladek’s whole journey from marrying his wife, Anja, to ending up in Auschwitz. In “Maus: A Survivor’s Tale”, by Art Spiegelman, the author shows through family relationships, not only the struggles and hardships that Vladek, the main…

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    Oshenite Raw Materials

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    MICROBIAL CONTROLLING PERFORMANCE MINERAL a. Raw Material: What are the raw materials that make up the material? How are the raw materials extracted? Oshenite is produced from a renewable marine mineral called “oolitic aragonite”, a form of calcium carbonate sustainably harvested from sea beds in the Bahamas, 65 miles off the Florida coast. “Oolitic aragonite” is from microscopic bio matter such as plankton and algae. It is sourced from a region of the Bahamas basin, 65 miles off the Florida…

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    Raw Land Investment

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    Raw Land As An Alternative Investment Raw land is a property you can buy, leave for a long period of time to appreciate and then sell it for profit in the future. Even though in this aspect of investment, you tie up your money with the hope to get high return anytime it is being sold. This kind of investment is better and of lower risk for hard earned money. Raw land is one of the real estate investments that is most overlooked across the globe. The truth is that it has ability to produce…

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    Raw and Unmasked - What Women With Chronic Illness Really Do to "Look So Good" I read an amazing article the other day from Arianek.com entitled, "Pretty/Sick: How Chronic and Mental Illness Affect Our Body Image and Complicate Beauty" (http://arianek.com/prettysick-how-chronic-and-mental-illness-affect-our-body-image-and-complicate-beauty). In the piece, Ariane explains what it's like to have a chronic illness and not be taken seriously because of her appearance. Most women with chronic…

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    The Importance Of Raw Food

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    Raw can refer to foods that do not readily have their enzymes available, even though they have not been heated or destroyed (4). “Why raw?” is simple: It could change your life. It changed mine. Raw food is healthful for two reasons: (i) It contains phytonutrients (nutrients found in plants); (ii) It promotes digestions due to its fiber, water, and enzyme content (4). Phytonutrients and enzymes are damaged by high levels of heat; enzymes stars to “denature” (become mangled) around 118ºF (48ºC)…

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    Raw Beef Culture

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    One of my old friends watched me eating a raw beef, which is perfectly fine in my culture. Raw beef in Ethiopia is considered ”kings meal” and people have eaten raw beef for centuries. My friend however, did not understand that watching me eating uncooked meal and he displayed disgusted face reaction as if I was practicing cannibalism. He asked me why I am eating raw beef and said that is disgusting. I was shocked and I asked if he eats Pig, then he replied no! That is “dirty”. How about pork I…

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    generation prior. When I look at the routines that have emerged from the union of my parents, I see something that is varied. My mother’s families are of mixed backgrounds and it is obvious in her bag of tricks when it comes what I was fed as a child. My Great Grandmothers on my mother’s side were Cajun and Irish, so I ate gumbo and corned beef and cabbage. My father’s family was Italian from the region of Campania, so pasta was a staple of my father’s diet and so it became a staple in the…

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    Human Brain Development

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    Nutritionist Corinna Koebnick and colleagues studied 513 raw-foodists with who ate between 70 percent and 100 percent raw food in their diets. The average weight loss when changing from a cooked to a raw diet was 26.5 pounds for women and 21.8 pounds for men. They found that a third of the study subjects had a chronic energy deficiency, leading them to conclude that “a strict raw food diet cannot guarantee an adequate energy supply.” This study was done on modern humans living in Germany, where…

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