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5 Day Raw Food Challenge

6 Modules | 23 Videos | 1 Resource

Going raw for 5 days is the perfect reset button. With all the toxins that the body absorbs, be it through food, the environment, water, beauty products, or hygiene products, you can become overwhelmed to the point where you feel like you need to change things up!

Eating raw can help you feel lighter and improve your intestinal transit time through the high consumption of soluble and insoluble fiber. Eating raw can also help you lose excess water retention due to the low sodium content of the food you eat.

You could look at eating raw like a cleanse without the juices!

Going ‘raw’ isn’t as difficult as it seems!

You've watched all the documentaries, listened to the interviews and read the articles, but something is stopping you from trying out the raw food diet. The reason for this is probably because going raw means cutting out dairy, meat, and cooking; three things that have become quite habitual in a modern person's diet and routine. The trick to going raw and staying raw is to know which fresh foods you adore and to make sure they are always on hand. Plus, getting creative in the kitchen can help you explore the possibilities of the raw cuisine to ensure you aren't dining on a plate of raw carrots for dinner.

To make sure you are satisfied with every meal, we've teamed up with raw food enthusiast Chef Cynthia Louise in this challenge. Cynthia will have you dining on creamy alfredo pasta, wholesome puddings for breakfast and flavorsome salads that are as delicious as they are filling. After this challenge we guarantee you will have a newfound appreciation for the herbs and spices we have available to us!

Reset your body with the Food Matters TV 5 Day Raw Food Challenge

5 Day Raw Food Challenge Guidelines:

  • You can eat raw fruit, raw vegetables, raw nuts & seeds, fresh herbs, and spices.
  • Drink lots of filtered, alkaline, or distilled water.
  • You can only drink water, herbal teas (no green, black, or white teas), freshly made juices, or homemade smoothies.
  • No meat, meat products, dairy products, processed foods, wheat, refined sugar, alcohol, soda, coffee, grains, eggs, or anything with a shelf life.
  • You can have extra virgin olive oil, virgin coconut oil, or raw apple cider vinegar, as well.

What you need for this challenge:

  • A cutting board
  • Sharp knives
  • A fridge full of raw fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds
  • A high-speed blender or a food processor

Tips for keeping on track:

  • Make sure to eat enough
  • Don't worry about calorie counting (eat until you are content)
  • Make sleep a priority
  • Drink a lot of water
  • Try to meal prep
  • Plan what you are going to eat for the day

Download the shopping list in the Resources section and let's get started!


This program is provided for your general information only and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional advice, particularly medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should always seek medical advice from a qualified health practitioner which takes into account your personal circumstances, general health and medical conditions. Read more

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Regina Leasure | 3 months ago
I really enjoyed the five days of simply but tastey recipes. My only wish was that each day had different foods no repeats. Thank you for a delicious week
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 3 months ago
Thank you for the feedback, Regina :) ~ Pauline
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Darci Wenger | 4 months ago
Day one went off without a hitch. All the meals were GREAT! Have a slight headache, need more water I think. Looking forward to Day 2. 😁
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 4 months ago
Great job, Darci :) Please make sure you stay hydrated!
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Darci Wenger | 4 months ago
My husband and I are starting the Five Day Challenge tomorrow. I just finished prepping all the meals for day one so it will be a snap to fix. Thanks for all you do. I love fmtv!
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 4 months ago
We are so excited that you are going to share these recipes with your family, Darci! Feel free to ask us about anything! ~ Jasmin 💚
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Leonie Bowers | 4 months ago
I would love to do this challenge but there are foods I cannot eat. Can I talk to someone to find substitution help please.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 4 months ago
Hi Leonie, you can always alter the recipe according to what is suitable for you. Also, please feel free to connect with us via our 24/7 live chat assistance if you need help with substitution: https://lc.chat/now/4458521. You can also email us at info@fmtv.com and we will respond to you straight away :) Enjoy the challenge! ~ Iris
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Esther Hollist | 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Did a bunch of food prep today (and sampling of course) so I could have it readily available at work and home. I am ready to take this challenge on this week!
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Congrats in advance, Esther! Sending good, healthy vibes your way. ~ Jasmin
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