so i have seen on freelee's videos that she clearly states that rt4 and fully raw are equal in relation to weight loss, yet i feel like ever since ive incorporated the rt4 into my lifestyle ive been gaining more weight and have had poorer digestion.
i have been drinking a lot of water also... but maybe i need to drink more? idk
ive been averaging about 3-4 liters per day.
Yea Ive noticed that everything feels so much better fully raw.. I definitely gain weight on rt4 because there is just simply for fat and salt in the foods I eat while RT4.. I am not very good at rt4 haha so I have been fully raw for a couple days now and I can tell me body is detoxing but I feel lighter and mentally clearer.
Id say drink a minimum of 4 liters per day of water.
Yea for sure I tend to be an "all or nothing" type of person so if I do RT4 I tend to eat WAY too much salt, fat, and refined foods as well as vegan foods from non vegan restaurants (chipotle) which carry the high risk of cross contamination. Not cool.
I just dont have the ability right now to do RT4 successfully I guess. Im just gonna do the HCRV thing for as long as possible and when I am stuck in a situation where I have to eat some cooked food, no big deal cuz Ill just go right back to RV the next day.
That being said I used RT4 as a transition into fully raw from eating non vegan and it worked perfectly.
If you ever eat at Chipotle, remember to ask them to change their gloves! They don't change gloves between veg/non veg orderse
Weight gain is a relative term. Sometimes the volume of food and water causes gain, and or rebuilding healthy tissues:
However, if you look over the RT4 forum discussions, many people are gaining weight on RT4.
Some of this may be water weight because when eating a diet high in starches, our bodies hold on to more water to process them. Some people are eating more toxins with their cooked foods (not everyone does RT4 properly) and these can be stored in fat. Some people are sensitive to starchy foods and gain true fat.
You will have to do an honest and personal analyses of what your weight gain is.
You may find better results going fully raw.