I have find this article: http://www.diagnose-me.com/treat/T160798.html
Its main ideia is:
“One of the few studies (and possibly the only study) of 100% raw foodists followed for years [Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 43 (1999): p.69] showed that a third of the raw foodists were suffering from Chronic Energy Deficiency. Many were literally “wasting away”. Most of the women suffered menstrual irregularities and half of the women lost their menstrual periods altogether, which could lead to devastating osteoporosis. Further, the sample consisted of modern urban people with relatively low activity levels who had access to high-quality, high-calorie produce from around the world year-round. How might our nontropical hunter-gatherer ancestors have lived through a single winter without cooking, especially with their extreme energy expenditure?”
well the original article isn’t free so i have not read it, but the abstract is free: http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.a…
I don’t know… i read this things and just try to think in, for example, Storm. I don’t know if they have look to te real diet of the raw foodist that they have “research”, or if they have only look to the raw. It is clear that a diet consisting in, for example, 3 apples a day isn’t good, but they just tell us that a raw diet (so, we have to understand “any raw diet”) isn’t good.
Well.. just a comment.