Monkeys and bad expierience with RAW

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Monkeys and bad expierience with RAW

Today I was at work…grumpy… it was raining and blah today so it wasn’t too busy then in comes a woman with a monkey.

3 to be precise. I perked up and asked quickly if I could pet one! I have fallen in love! Well, apparently these little guys run at about $3500 and its for the training put into them. I found out a lot about them wile her husband sat with another agent making a payment… he also had a monkey on his shoulder. She told me that she buys them from breeders she is certain do not cross breed, then puts them through training to live with you in your home as a family member. I found out these little bundles of cuteness also help aid with people who have epilepsy and autism. Interesting, and she lives in home with a new buyer for a week before letting them take on their new pet to make sure that they are aware of what they are taking on, the responsibility behind it, and so that she knows that the person she is handing them over to inst going to a person who wants a momentary pet… it’s a lifetime one.

I look forward to them coming in to make payments!

NOW, I have heard many positive things about RAW and how beneficial it is, besides tabloids and tv telling me all the stars are doing it.

What is the Raw Food Diet?
The raw food diet is a diet based on unprocessed and uncooked plant foods, such as fresh fruit and vegetables, sprouts, seeds, nuts, grains, beans, nuts, dried fruit, and seaweed.
Heating food above 116 degrees F is believed to destroy enzymes in food that can assist in the digestion and absorption of food. Cooking is also thought to diminish the nutritional value and “life force” of food.
Typically, at least 75% of the diet must be living or raw. FOUND HERE

I’ve been intrigued by this for some time, so I tried one thing I found at Starbucks that was RAW called Two Moms by RAW. It was a blueberry granola, I adore blueberry so it must taste good right? WRONG! I had posted a picture of it on facebook before trying and a friend had commented on how it looked like horse feed. Well, this is what I would imagine horse feed to taste like. I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt and say this one just didn’t appeal to me and maybe try another variety they carry. I’m sorry not all reviews are good ones and this was not one… as far as I am concerned this certain blueberry granola got my two thumbs way down.

I’m not giving up trying RAW yet though, I think I should take baby steps and look more into it before just buying anything that is a RAW product. As with every product you buy, some are good, some are BAD lol.

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