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As a refresher, the raw traditional diets which include raw animal foods have appeared under a number of names:

Primal Diet, a later name coined by Aajonus Vonderplanitz, author of the book, We Want to Live

Raw Animal Foods Diet, also known as RAF or RAFD (this broad term usually denotes any of these diets or systems)

Raw Vegetable and Animal Foods diet, also known as RVAF (this broad term usually denotes any of these diets or systems)

Raw Plant and Animal Foods diet, also known as RPAF (this broad term usually denotes any of these diets or systems)

Raw Paleolithic Diet, also known as RPD, a broad term primarily used by the current author

In Europe, such diets have flourished under the names Instincto Diet and Anopsology, both founded by Guy-Claude Berger, a controversial figure in France

A movement with some roots in Instincto diet, including an intentional community and group of farms, is called Pangaia

A raw foods diet which includes some raw animal foods is one of four principal pillars of a natural healing system called Body Electronics

Vic Irons, the health food, supplement and colon-cleansing guru of the 1950s and 1960s, recommended a RAF diet as optimal

Several of the advocates of the partially-cooked Paleolithic, Caveman and Paleothin diets have stated that one improvement which could be made to their system would be to find good-quality meats and eat them raw rather than lightly cooked

Natural Hygiene (NH or NHN), a rather restrictive raw vegan dietary system, actually has some variants, particularly the NHN systems of Dr. Bass, Dr. Fielder and Dr. Cursio, which advocate eating a small percentage of raw animal products


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