New to Raw
As you've read from the title, I am COMPLETELY new to raw food. My diet now consists of mainly junk foods, and I eat out about twice everyday.
I've read somewhere that you should ease onto it instead of jumping on it overnight to avoid problems (particularly digestive)
1. does any one know if this is true? will it really be bad if i go on it overnight?
2. Does it really make you more hungry more often?
3. If so, does itgo away after a while?
4. Ive read different places that you can use heat up to 100 and something degrees, ive read 112, 116, 120, even 160. does anyone know what is the RIGHT temp?
THANKS in advance! :D
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