Blog: Raw foodies fuel concern

Catherine Sleep | 4 September 2003

In a recent episode of Sex and the City, New York’s favourite fictional femmes fatales tried out a raw food restaurant. Bucking a new trend for a change, the gals decided they preferred their food cooked.

However, raw food, one of the latest trends to hit New York, is spreading out into other cities too – but doctors aren’t so sure raw diets are a good thing. Some fear such a rigid diet leads all too easily to obsessive eating and nutritional deficiencies. The article hyperlinked below is well worth reading if this is something that interests you. (You need to register but it only takes 30 seconds and is free).

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