Serving bowls of chili made from a raw food recipe Charles Marble and Host Bethany Tait, center, hold raw food education class each Tuesday night for the community who is interested in learning more about an organic, whole, raw food diet.  There are many health benefits from eating raw foods such as live enzymes for better digestion and more nutrients to each fruit and vegetable that is consumed.    Photographed on June 02,  2009.  Kelli Stanko/ Special to the Daily News

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Serving bowls of chili made from a raw food recipe Charles Marble and Host Bethany Tait, center, hold raw food education class each Tuesday night for the community who is interested in learning more about an organic, whole, raw food diet. There are many health benefits from eating raw foods such as live enzymes for better digestion and more nutrients to each fruit and vegetable that is consumed. Photographed on June 02, 2009. Kelli Stanko/ Special to the Daily News

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