A lot of people are afraid of eating raw food. They are frightened by the idea of eating things that are raw and raw is the last thing that they associate with vegetables. I myself, I never have. I simply avoid it. But there is no reason not to be afraid.
Raw food is inherently harmful, and as I mentioned in my introduction, I am not the one who has to eat raw food. I do not have to eat raw food, but I do have to avoid it, because, like any other food item, raw food has its own level of toxicity. I am not saying that raw food is bad, but I am saying that it is a separate and distinct food item that can cause illness if you are not eating it in a safe manner.
Because of this, it is important to understand that raw food can have adverse effects on different systems of the body and in different ways. I myself have had certain foods cause me to feel tired, but I have also felt itchy, and my digestive tract has been irritated from eating those foods. Because of this, raw food has been removed from many of my grocery lists, but I still am not entirely sure what raw food even is.
I am going to go ahead and say that raw food can be very difficult for your digestive system to deal with. In the case of raw meat, this is because of what’s called a “digestive enzyme deficiency,” which can be caused by consuming too much of the raw meat. This may be especially problematic for people who have had problems with eating shellfish.
In my experience, the highest quality raw food is the kind that is minimally processed and has been refrigerated. That means that it doesn’t contain live animals, hormones or antibiotics, and that it has been stored without the addition of any additives.
If you are looking for the best raw meat, seek out the meat that has been minimally processed like this.
It is quite common for seafood to be contaminated by harmful organisms, and for raw fish to be spoiled by the addition of too much raw flesh to its water. This is a common problem with shellfish. We all know of the problem with oysters, but the problem is worse than just oysters. Shellfish is especially susceptible to this problem because of their shallow depth and because they are not exposed to sunlight.
This problem is so common, in fact, that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued a warning. The agency stated in a statement that “these organisms are not generally recognized as safe by the FDA, and it is unlikely that they posed a health risk to consumers.” The FDA also recommended that people “avoid eating shellfish that have been treated with a chemical that can leach into the fish and make it unsafe for consumption.
I wonder if that’s what killed the guy who killed the fish.
That brings us to the question of how we can tell if we’ve been eating something that’s already contaminated by a toxic substance. It’s true that many people will claim to have eaten some sort of sea creature, and of course the FDA will likely deny the claim, but you can get a lot more information from the fish’s relatives – the ones who were born and grew up on the same reef.