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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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rawtill adaptation ;?

Started by chiara*mazzolin*di*fiori. Last reply by Carli yesterday. 2 Replies

Hey guys ;) for school reasons i find more comfortable having the cooked meal at lunch instead of dinner, if you have/had a similar situation, do/did you find big differences from raw till 4 formula?…Continue

RT4 NEWBIE!! DESPERATELY NEED HELP! AM I GOING TO FAIL??

Started by Maddie M. Last reply by sean sullivan Oct 25. 9 Replies

OK so I'm 18, live in Australia on a student budget and have been vegan for a while but decided to harden the flip up and go HCRV (it's actually so much cheaper haha)!!  I just bought my first tray…Continue

Tags: help, lunch, unripe, bananas, newbie

Fructose sirup

Started by Diana Hassmannová. Last reply by michael Oct 22. 10 Replies

Hello everyone, please help! I just found out there is fructose sirup added to the dates I eat. I'm not even sure what that stuff is, does anyone here know? Could it be bad, unhealthy, cause weight…Continue

Nuts

Started by Melissa. Last reply by English Rose Oct 21. 5 Replies

Would a meal of just nuts be ok?  I am still transitioning and my goal is to be fully raw.  Nuts really help, but I am finding that mixing them with bananas is not working out to well for my…Continue

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Comment by princess.schuck on November 1, 2011 at 8:43pm
hi gaby and irlianna thank for your reply, @gaby i tried it raw before but it does taste as good as when its cooked, its like eating raw potatoes. i was just looking for ways to expand my menu since this is my 1st week and the craving pangs are stronger =). @irlianna: i'll probably wont add that saba banana then. =)
Comment by Gaby on October 31, 2011 at 11:58pm
Hello princess.schuck, in the part of uses it says that it can be eaten raw or cooked. Have you tried them raw?
Comment by princess.schuck on October 31, 2011 at 5:51pm
hi! im new to this way of eating just started a week ago.. and i just want to ask if its ok to eat Saba Bananas, its a kind of banana that you will have to boil before you can eat it. heres the wiki link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saba_banana
Comment by Drea on October 31, 2011 at 3:50am
OOOOOOOOOOOOOH ! Don....well to you Sir--->>>Salute Salute, SALUTE!!!   I must have read you wrong....A Humble...awww man!!! from me.....Indeed my senses are becoming more acute!!!  Salute Don...!!!
Comment by Drea on October 31, 2011 at 3:05am

@@@ DON:::..hmmm why do you say ..or suggest rather that I'm not living in accordance with your body's requirements!!!       (Did my sense of smell post lead you to that conclusion?)

Comment by Traci on October 31, 2011 at 12:44am

I've noticed a heightened sense of smell as well.  Cooked foods are the worst of course.  The other day my husband was eating gummy bears.  When I walked in the room, I could immediately smell the chemicals!  So weird.  Also just  walking through a grocery store turns my stomach and makes me gag. 

I would love to see a change in my eyesight eventually!  That would be great! 

Comment by B'jaia Ben-Avari on October 30, 2011 at 11:07pm
I cannot say yet that I no longer need glasses, however, I am noticing some ongoing changes in my vision to the point where I know I have to get new lenses.  I feel this is to the good.
Comment by Nicolette Barnes on October 30, 2011 at 2:06pm
My sense of smell has always been very acute, so I can't attribute that to the diet, however I know tat the body adapts to what we do, like learning to enjoy foods that are lower in fat, salt, sugar, etc. The only change in my senses I have noted lately is a blurring of my vision. I am thinking that it is more related to my continued calorie restriction though.
Comment by Honeydew Gonne on October 30, 2011 at 11:22am
Drea, I have noticed the same thing!  The more stringent I am about following this diet plan, the more acute my sense of smell becomes.  In effect, I become more turned off by the potency of cooked food.  When my sister cooks dinner, it's a sensory overload.  Even my good ole' homemade hummus seems way too strong!  We are simply become more in-tune to our natural environment!
Comment by Kiatta Jones on October 30, 2011 at 5:41am
I can't wait until i start to see and feel those results! First I have to get over my little hump of wanting cooked foods! I am so excited about this journey so thanks for those words of encouragement : )
 

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