Cause permanent loss of excess weight without hunger
Reverse atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)
Relieve serious arthritis and other chronic pains
Relieve indigestion, constipation, and other intestinal diseases
Slow and/or stop progression of multiple sclerosis
Rebalance hormones – PMS, menopause, and osteoporosis
Reduce risk of future health problems – cancer, heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, gallbladder disease, osteoarthritis, and premature aging
There are testimonials form people who say cancer has been reversed by diet too.T Colin Campbell has also shown that a diet low in animal protein can effectivelt halt the progress of cancer in rats, but due to the long term nature of the disease there is little scientific proof in relation to human that I know of, to date.
Fasting can be the start of this, though it isn't neccesary, others have acheived these results without fasting, indeed this is the norm outside of this forum. The problem is people think a fast is like a pill that can cure everything, and allow them to eat processed foods, including sugar, fat, salt, oil, meat fish and dairy. But it doesn't work like that.
Your diet sounds good, but the general consensus amongst doctors who are familiar with the scientific studies on nutrition is that some cooking is needed. I have an open mind anout this. I am aware of anecdotal evidence about clearer thinking on a raw diet, but I have yet to find any scientific analysis or historical evidence of successful human cultures that ate raw vegan only. If you know of any, please say.
For info, my own diet is vegan, high carbohydrate, low protein, approx 60% raw, mainly starch based with as little processed food as possible. Unfortunately as I live in a city, there are occasional transgressions for convenience and practicality, but that is the focus of my diet.