❯ Suna warns this diet should not be attempted by children, pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as those with anaemia or osteoporosis. She says you may not get enough essential nutrients such as calcium, iron, vitamin B12 and zinc. The protein content of raw food diets may also not meet recommended levels. Suna recommends taking supple
❯ ments containing vitamin B12, iron and zinc if you would like to follow this diet. Be sure to consult your doctor or a
❯ nutritionist beforehand to see if the diet is a good fit for you.