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Hello, I am Alex, and I am 18 years old. I will be attending college in the fall. I first became interested in vegetarianism when I was a freshman in high school, upon learning about the horrors that went on in factory farms, and learning that animal products are completely detrimental to human health anyways. Why should innocent animals be tortured, let alone to create products that are only harming our health? I became vegetarian and gradually progressed to vegan, and I have been LFRV for about four months now. I am completely in love with the lifestyle and the food! I first learned about LFRV when I was unhappy with the raw food that I had begun eating when I first became raw. It did not seem natural or healthy to be living off of supplements or huge amounts of nuts/avocados and other fats, which is basically all that was offered by the popular raw food restaurants in my area and books I had read. It was not making me feel my best at all. I learned more about the importance of fruit and it made total sense to me that fruit is the perfect food for humans. 30 Bananas a Day was one of the sites that I visited when learning about this diet and lifestyle and was a great source of encouragement to me. I then decided to progress to LFRV, and am so glad i did! I love to eat as much fruit as I like every day and get excercise outside in the fresh air. I enjoy spending time outdoors and with animals, especially horses, as I have a horse, and always try to provide him with a very natural lifestyle and never inflict fear or pain upon him. He is a friend to me and not a possesion. I do not support exploitation or harsh treatment of animals for the sake of competion or human use, obviously. I also have a rescue dog who was abused before we adopted him and now lives a happy, healthy life. I feel strongly about animal rights and proper nutririon for people for a happy, loving peaceful existence in harmony with nature and animals. I feel that this is my passion in life and hope to use my life to promote kindness, health, and love through the LFRV lifestyle and kindness to animals, others, and the planet!
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Please tell us about your dietary inclinations:
I'm LFRV already
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no & keen to connect
My favourite books/movies/authors/pastimes are....
Jodi Picoult's books
running and walking
being with my horse and my rescue dog
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I would like to meet other LFRV"s and have a place where I can be around other people who share my views and lifestyle, as well as learn more about the science behind the lifestyle to that I can better promote it to others.
30bad is a fruit-focused vegan internet community which promotes a high carb fruit based vegan lifestyle free of any animal products. Our forum does not tolerate encouragement of anything contrary to this. Nor do we allow endorsement of non-vegan items or practises which involve the imprisonment, exploitation, abuse or murder of sentient beings. We also require our members to post with proper netiquette. Therefore, please indicate your intention:
I will comply because I like totally agree with all this
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