Menses are a part of normal healthy adult human female life. Why anyone would
say otherwise is beyond me.
> I am new to raw-foodism (2 months) and have missed my cycle twice
> already. I had no reason to believe I was pregnant, but did a home
> pregnancy test last week (to be on the safe side) and it came back
> negative. I've just read something from "Life in the 21st Century" that
> my nutritionist gave me, saying that menstration is not something
> natural, and that women don't necessarily have to get it (that it is
> another way of the body to get rid of toxins).
Abnormal or missing menses are a sign something is not right . Unless you are
near menopause age (40's to 50's normally), it is probably a sign your body is
nutrient deficient. Are you getting plenty of iron and protein and fats?