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Beginners in a fruitarian/raw vegan lifestyle

I created this group for supporting each other during transformation to raw vegan lifestyle. Also here will be given some tips how to suceed in a fruitarian diet, whats the most comon mistakes made by raw food eaters and a lot of more usefull info.

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Struggling (Day 6)

Started by Seth Taylor. Last reply by Zoltan on Monday. 20 Replies

Hi folks, I am new to this lifestyle. I've never been vegan or vegetarian before. I agree that it is likely the healthiest lifestyle out there, and that is what drew me in in the first place.But six…Continue

Day 1 tomorrow- advice please :-)

Started by TaraBear. Last reply by TaraBear on Friday. 5 Replies

I'm going to start doing Raw til 4 properly tomorrow. I've been kinda following it in the literal sense of being raw til 4, but I've been eating high-fat junk for dinner. I'm ready to put in 100%…Continue

DETOXING!!!!!!! DOES IT END??? ITS ONLY MY FIRST DAY

Started by abigail morrison. Last reply by abigail morrison Nov 18. 3 Replies

so I started my transition yesterday and lets just say im going through a detox and its not fun I had diahrrea . my stomach hurt when I transition should I go all vegan or raw till 4 I need to know…Continue

Transitioning into RT4 and stuff about eating disorders

Started by Esther. Last reply by Diana Hassmannová Nov 17. 8 Replies

Hello! I'm totally new here and literally just signed up. I'm writing here to see if I can find any people who have similar experiences as me and hoping you can give me some tips. I recently found…Continue

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Comment by Sunshine Diaz on April 24, 2012 at 12:43pm

hi Everyone! on my 11th day on 80/10/10 :)

Comment by ThirdEyeGemini on April 24, 2012 at 5:08am

Has anyone done this yet? http://themastercleanse.org/

Comment by Annette on April 24, 2012 at 12:06am

Going to be be visiting my daughter in TX for about a mo and will have to buy water, was wondering which would be the best to buy. Or maybe just boil tap water not sure. Anyone have any suggestions, thanks.

Comment by Jaiid the Singer on April 23, 2012 at 10:18pm

Where is Tara George's post about being frustrated with having to cook for the rest of the family? Got the email  but can't find her post to reply!

To Tara, I have a similar dilemma, I am frequently at the lunch table filled with food, cooked or not. It's easy to stay vegan, but mostly everything put in front of me has olive oil on it! So I usually bring half a watermelon and start eating that with a spoon. It's SO Filling!!!!

Comment by frut_ariana on April 22, 2012 at 6:32am
I have 2 months 100% raw ... I started in November fruitarianism as my new lifestyle. I have been spectacular hand exercises I've noticed a lot more toned muscles. I is falling hair, but you see now I am going out again, so I'm not worried.
Comment by John on April 21, 2012 at 12:13am

Eating soil may be a way to increase intake of mineral and vitamin needs.  I wonder about B12.  http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Diet/story?id=1167623&page=1 

Comment by Dennis Hamilton on April 20, 2012 at 2:27am

My dentist uses a biopohotonic scanner   Does anyone know what this thing is?  Is it worthy?

Comment by Martin T on April 19, 2012 at 12:42am

Chris, great work!  You might want to also post this info in the Comments section of the Mercola article on http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2099/12/31/exces..., the article that correctly warns of the dangers of excess processed sugar consumption BUT unfortunately also, towards the end of the article, says we should limit our fruit intake because fruit is high in sugar.

The 2nd to last post is also interesting since it provides some scientific verification that there is at least some value in testing urine pH; the medical establishment would say that testing urine pH is useless because it should be acidic and the fact that it's acidic just means our bodies are properly eliminating acids in the urine, which is as it should be, but this research shows that there is a relationship between how acidic our urine is and how well we excrete acid ("in acidic urine, uric acid excretion is limited by more active reabsorption, compared with that in alkaline urine"), suggesting that there is a limit to how much acidity we can eliminate in our urine, validating the idea that we should be careful not to eat excessively acidic diets, and somewhat invalidating the idea that acidic diets are OK because we get rid of the acid anyway through our urine (because acidic urine causes "more active reabsorption" of uric acid in our bodies).

Comment by John on April 18, 2012 at 9:11pm

Great sources, Chris! Thanks!  Puts my mind at ease.

Comment by jimmy on April 18, 2012 at 7:58pm

So much for fruit increasing uric acid levels,thanks Chris.

 

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