I have been following this diet for 2 months now, i haver been reading lot of positive and some negative information about this diet.
About this diet:
The lesser the food is processed more natural and has more life energy in it. Example(Watermelon picked from farm and consumed right there gives one optimum life energy/nutrition), no need to run to farms to feed us, the idea is to minimize the processing of foods in its original form.
Certain vegetables are diced and sprinkled with lemon/lime juice, here minimum processing(dicing involved, this is to go easy on stomach and to boost the nutrition.
My typical diet:
Half large watermelon for breakfast, after some time 7-8 dates.
Lunch, 4 pears, 4-5 banana after some time dry figs 5-6
Dinner Dip made of nuts/gram dall, onion,giger,garlic,lemon, and seasonal herbs all fresh, along with cucumber and carrot sticks.
In between when ever i feel hungry i eat mixed nuts(unroasted/unsalted)
My feedback on this diet:
I feel good, positive and much more energy than before
I am able to perform certain complex asanas with ease now
I am meeting more like minded people, positive situations etc.,
At times i feel/have cravings to eat spicy cooked dishes and food when i see them or smell them.
Please post your views on this diet, is there any reference to this type of diet in our ancient scripts?
I do know in Indian culture cow milk is used for poojas, in some places they even slaughter animals to do pooja/prayer to god.