When I first started on the vegan diet, and from there the raw diet, I was subject to unending and torturous cravings. This made everything quite hard. Now, after a few years, I feel I've made it over the hump. I was beginning to wonder if that was possible.
I still get cravings -- but my food vocabulary is so different it's never for bad food. I've been eating this way for so long--and finding things I actually enjoy--that now when I get a craving, it's for something I actually CAN…Continue
It is common knowledge among all people that eating meat is arguably bad. And it is common knowledge that genetically engineered and/or cloned food is dominating the marketplace and they are recognized as indisputably unhealthy. But wait, if people know those things... why do the food mega-corporations make so much money still?
I know this from personal experience. I've known for a very long time about the corruption of common food, but only a few years ago did I begin…Continue
A fruitarian diet can be hard to endure, especially in a rapidly urbanizing U.S. city-scape, where awful food is the side-effect of modernization and steadily bombards the populace 24/7 with temptation.
Silver-linings gild the life, however. A pessimistic mind won't see them, but the realist will be appeased and the optimist will be greatly pleased. The more commitment the LFRV lifestyle gets easier the longer one ventures down the path. One will find before long temptation is a…Continue
Sometimes it's hard to reconcile the world around us with the lifestyle we here choose. At least in America, where every city has tons of restaurants and commercials that bombard you at every moment. This makes it hard, true.
There are fruits of this lifestyle though, pun intended. I've noticed every day I'm at the college, there's always at least three people sick... and when they get over it, there's three more. I have a friend who says she gets sick every 2 weeks without…