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Thanks for the site. I can relate to the drug story. It seems like eons ago, but I used to do a ton of speed (intravenously). My ex was a chemist who could make anything. (he passed away at 40) One day as we were injecting the latest he made the comment "Oh no, I think I left some mercury in here." I remember wondering what injecting mercury would do to someone. I too spent a long time in AA and NA and love the steps. I just started eating raw recently - 3 months. I can't say I love it-it is more the sense that it is the very right thing to do. Just as I can't say I love breathing. The biggest change that I have noticed is that I realize how much of food (and life) is all marketing. The 10 lbs I have lost so far is also a treat.
Stephanie Burns
Sausalito, CA - Sunday, December 26, 2004 at 20:09:04 (EST)
Hey there Rex, I enjoyed checking out your profile. You look like my kind of thinker. Maybe we are too much alike to be compatible. Good luck anyway!
John Leary Smith
- Sunday, December 26, 2004 at 03:46:44 (EST)
Saw something on TV and want to know more about the diet
Barbara Andrewson
Phoenix, AZ USA - Saturday, December 25, 2004 at 18:43:07 (EST)
Persimon is my favorit fruit! Thank You the receipts! Marina
Marina Csall
Zalaegerszeg, Hungary - Thursday, December 16, 2004 at 09:54:18 (EST)
I love receiving raw food recipies. It keeps me trying new things and learning. Thank you for sharing your creativity.
Tasha Swope
- Tuesday, December 14, 2004 at 18:58:40 (EST)
Rediscover Tobe "No-Cook Book"
Wanda Schnider
Troy, ID USA - Tuesday, December 14, 2004 at 08:22:20 (EST)
kamal nath
bangalore, karanataka india - Saturday, December 11, 2004 at 10:32:23 (EST)
hi all, looking for a nusist lady age or marital status i not a prequest, i an a 63 male nusist and married, my wife is not into nudity i find ir most re laxing, she does not mind that im a nudist. i belonf to aanr and solair as well as garden of edan, please contact ne if you are interested thanks walt
torrington, ct usa - Sunday, December 05, 2004 at 17:42:13 (EST)
Hi! Anna and Camlo, I am amazed that you have been eating only fruit for 10 years. Wow! I have been on the raw diet(fruit,vegetable,greens,nuts and seeds) for a few years and now i am on fruits, few vegetables and greens for a year and half...:):) Wishing you love and laughter. Michelle
Michelle A
Canada - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 16:42:28 (EST)
MILW, WI - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 16:15:04 (EST)
Hi, I like reading you webpage. It strengthened my views to be a confirmed Fruitarian, which I think, is my highest accomplishment in my health life. I'm glad Hitler was a Fruitarian. But at the moment I have no option. I'm living in a school - a vegetarian school where foods are cooked. Maybe when I graduate. The point is that Fruitarianism in your webpage had indelibly left its imprint in my memory and principles. Thanks a lot. Would you sell you books in SM Davao City, Philippines also? Please tell me when.
Artaxerxes M. Garcia
Davao City, Philippines - Monday, November 29, 2004 at 04:20:57 (EST)
Great to see that so many people eat live food. My cookbook, Eldamar, is vegan but with some cooked food to accommodate this northern climate I live in. I studied at Hippocates Health Institue, Boston in the early 1970's with raw food enthusiasts like Victoras Kulvinskas, and Terra Coon. If Terra is reading this, please contact me at mfwhiteasundernl.rogers.com . Would love to catch up on your exploits since then. Marian (Alimar) White
Marian Frances White
St. John's, NL CANADA - Sunday, November 28, 2004 at 13:00:24 (EST)
very good web
victoria, n/a seychelles - Saturday, November 27, 2004 at 07:46:19 (EST)
How good it is to have found your website! I have developed a grassroots-based community raw food diet here in Western Australia, with much success amongst cancer-, arthritis-, and heart disease patients; and have eaten mainly raw food over the past five years with a group of friends; there is no looking back! We are feeling much younger now than ten years ago, and are jokingly referring to ourselves as "sexygenarians", not , "sexagenarians" any more!
Mt.Claremont 6010, W.A. Australia - Friday, November 26, 2004 at 06:27:12 (EST)

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I am insearch of Mayte Gomez, if any body now about, please sent me a mesenger. thanks so much.
espaa, - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 05:59:40 (EDT)
Querida Mayte, quiza me recuerdes, estoy buscando trabajo en Londres o cerca de con el objetivo de aprender ingles.el e-mail que me diste creo que ya no funciona y este no lo se. Quisiera comunicarme mas contigo. Un abrazo fuerte.
caceres, espaa - Friday, June 04, 2004 at 05:42:18 (EDT)
Good afternoon It's Hurricane season againe and i am trying to get recepies on dried foods. If you guys can help, I would greatly appreciate it.
frank allard
St. Thomas, V.I. U.S.Virgin Islands - Thursday, June 03, 2004 at 12:44:11 (EDT)
don't pull a zephyr and eat raw racoon. not sure if 'coonskin hat qualifies as joke. say hello to davey crockett's relations while you're visiting. and please don't go crazy over knives: you have enough already. neil
- Monday, May 31, 2004 at 14:17:51 (EDT)
Hello Lou, your story was great I to had gained thinking i was eatting right.I tried going raw before and it was pretty easy for me I was 100% for 6 weeks but I stopped because I was gaining weight.......Now looking back I can see where I made my mistakes, way to much nuts,avocados,olive oil exc..I thing this time around i will be better Iam on my 3rd day 100%raw and have already lost 4lbs....so I think I am on the right track, feel free to write with any advice you have I am still working this out...Tanya
Tanya Diaz-Casillas
Rogue River, or USA - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 14:01:55 (EDT)
I am new at raw foods as a way of eating. I appreciate any and all helpful sites such as this. Thank you for this!
nina Kay Parham
Port Richey, Fl. USA - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 03:46:58 (EDT)
I love this recipe
Lavena Adams
Bullhead City, AZ - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 15:30:24 (EDT)
Cool and the guy
- Tuesday, May 25, 2004 at 14:39:25 (EDT)
JR Just wanted to say how much difference you have made in my life because "you care" and you allow that to come through as your truth. I wish I had an uncle like you! Greetings from your brothers and sisters in the West, the gang at Harbin, and the TRUTH which manifests as PURE LOVE. BE LOVE!
Shakti Das
- Monday, May 24, 2004 at 19:22:22 (EDT)
sounds really good
greer sheard
lauderhill, fla us - Sunday, May 23, 2004 at 15:01:59 (EDT)
right on, far out, and solid. love the recipes
vek jones
brisbane, qld australia - Sunday, May 23, 2004 at 05:22:38 (EDT)
I need to know about your massage theripy program. If you could e-mail me some information about it that would be wonderful. Thank you for your time im looking ford tords your response.
Anahiem, CA - Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 10:47:03 (EDT)
Hi. This site is great. However I'm missing an 'about us' page. Or, at least I can't find it (I've got some language issues). Could you please help me? / Larry
- Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 05:16:34 (EDT)
my son and i have been on the hallelujah diet for almost 2 months. he has A L S . and we are trying to stop this in its tracks God bless
mary ortlip
crossfork, pa. usa - Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 21:10:13 (EDT)

Dear Ben,

Your father tells me that you are considering joining the military effort by the united states to support bush in iraq.

I am sorry for writing this letter; it is all I can do. I dont expect to alter any of your actions, choices, beliefs, urges or needs. I just want you to know that I am telling you that this is a very bad idea. Years from now, should you live so long, should you ever heal, you will remember that I told you so. I am telling you now.

I have a lot of resentments based on desertion. I whine, why didnt anyone tell me. Therefore, I am telling you now. That way, maybe we can still be friends later, because I would never forgive anyone who didnt warn me.

First, have you noticed how the soldiers are all under thirty, many are under twenty. I am going to tell you why they are so young. Yes, it is true that many people run slower after they are thirty. After thirty, people dont have as much energy as they used to. Older people have more ties to wives and children than teenagers. So it makes sense, for all these reasons, that younger people make better soldiers. But that is not really why the soldiers are so young.

The reason why the soldiers are so young, is because: the older generation has seen this garbage before. They have already heard the rap song, and just cant dance to it anymore. They read the newspapers and see how the government supplied information gives us a heads up as to what the future will hold. Maybe old men might want you to fight, but they would never go themselves. Not for this crap again.

If you were in trouble, and you needed violent help, you could ask me. I am sure I could help you more than your high school chums. I may not be able to run as fast as young men but at least I know where I am going. If I was going to war, I know some people I would like to take with me, and they are all over thirty. But I would never fight in this war. Actually thats not true. I am fighting in this war, just not on your side.

The war is between the state and the people. The rich and the poor. The old and the young. The ugly and the innocent. Have you noticed how the drug war has morphed into the war on terrorism. One day it was necessary to storm into homes, search cars and body holes for the drug war; for the sake of the children. Now we have to undergo searches and give more money for the war on terrorism.

When I was in my twenties, the GBI (georgia bureau of investigation) and the atlanta police, with a search warrant and drawn guns, invaded my home to search for pot. I gave them all they found when they first came in, around two grams or 3 joints. They tore the place up anyway. How dare they? How dare you?

In order to ban abortions, they procure the right to look inside your body. How dare the demonstrators dont complain about all invasive abuses, instead of just their own. How dare you?

If I break my leg and need it to be set, I must go to a doctor that is certified by the state. Even if I know someone that I would like to go to instead, it is illegal. The medical profession has a lock on all healing. It is illegal to heal any other way. It is illegal for me to choose my health procedures. How dare they? How dare you?

The government talks about the freedom of speech, as if it is a luxury gift. That is a lie. We are born with freedom of speech, its the government who restricts it. Just for saying fuck, you can be sentenced to jail and buttfucked. Every little squirt knows that sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you. The state though, has different rules. How dare they? How dare you?

    The state feeds from two troughs.
  1. money
  2. humiliation

  1. money every transaction is taxed. When you make money you pay taxes; when you spend money you pay taxes. When you drive somewhere you pay taxes. When you listen to music, eat or move; you pay taxes. The state feels entitled to monitor every transaction, in order to make sure they receive their money. If I trade you an apple for a pear, the state would consider that a barter transaction, and taxes it accordingly. If you have sex with someone, it becomes tricky to tax the different levels, party because its illegal to talk about it.
    I do not think that the state has the right to search every body cavity inorder to make sure they are getting paid. In fact, it is not their right; it is their spoils. How dare they? How dare you?

  2. humiliation people like to boss other people. Egos demand power. What good is money if you cant make people do what you want? You can only get so much mileage out of things. We need to dominate others. We need to prove we dominate others by making them do stupid stuff. How much of government regulated activities are a waste of time. They are wasting my time. How dare they? How dare you?

If you goto iraq, you will not be a freedom fighter. You will be a tax collector. It will be your job to make sure that the average iraqi pays their utility bills on time. And that the businesses and people in iraq will honor the debts that saddam hussein guaranteed. Thats what this war is about. Maybe you dont understand that. Maybe you disagree. Maybe you think I am wrong and you are right.

Just know that, for this untruth, you are betting your life, my life and the lives of others that should be no business of yours. You are betting your life that you are right and I am wrong. That is not like getting a wrong answer on the trig final. That is something that you will regret for the rest of your life, if you are ever to be so lucky.

In closing, let me say, that when I see you on the battlefield, I will try not to hurt you. But I will show no regard to your flanking nazis.

ps I have met lots of germans. And while I have some unfinished business and resentments for the killing of half my relatives, I tried to be open minded. While I was traveling I have met many germans. I have spent time with them and traveled with them. They were the nicest people I have ever met. I just couldnt believe it. How could such beautiful and kind people commit such an atrocity? The germans are really no worse than the americans. I am just hoping you can be smarter than the average human.

If you dont join the military, I will give you my collection of ties. If you join the military, and anyone asks me about you, I will say, ben, oh, hes a fuckin idiot

JR Ellis
Tryon, NC USA - Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 17:14:16 (EDT)

Good Information
Venkata Gannu
edison, Nj 08817 - Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 11:34:25 (EDT)
Very interesting ! Must try this recipe.
Francis Lawlor
Sylmar (LA Area), CA USA - Saturday, May 08, 2004 at 02:23:42 (EDT)
We have a little opration. This year we made around 45 gallons of syurp.
Kyle Haseltine
Grafton, VT USA - Thursday, May 06, 2004 at 09:36:46 (EDT)
i have 12 million barrels of crude oil for sale. phone 234-80-33009066
tony eze
ikeja, delta nigeria - Monday, April 26, 2004 at 07:02:21 (EDT)
Great! Be good.
Jade russell
- Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 18:00:57 (EDT)
Hello Rynn: Hare Krishna. Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. Your new book on Hilter as non-vegetarian is a must read! I thoroughly enjoyed the historical perspective and detailed research. I started reading a few pages and could not put it down. As a long time vegetarian I am glad this myth now has credible proof that Hitler was indeed a meat eater (as well as a non-humanitarian towards sentient animals). Also, I want to display some or all of your books in the spring/summer bookcase at Second Avenue Hare Krsna temple. I must ask for your patience since the Temple Commander is still out of town. Perhaps you would be willing to display a few books and I can place orders via email. I am so pleased Srila Prabhupada has a place in your books. Thanking you again for your literary accomplishments and helping to make this a more humane planet for all entities. Hare Krsna! Regards, Sydney Roy this is my new and secondary email. Also,
Jersey city, NJ - Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 13:24:11 (EDT)
this is a great site, i love all the info and experiences that i can read about, i would love to subscribe to receive more info
patricia campana
weston, fl usa - Friday, April 23, 2004 at 15:37:58 (EDT)
Love your food and it will love you back
chef suzanne alex ferrara
Little Rock, ar us - Thursday, April 22, 2004 at 19:39:29 (EDT)
Drinking a lot of fruit and veg juice I experienced an extreme cast of bloat,what do you recommend??
Brisbane, QLD Australia - Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 07:55:25 (EDT)
Read many recipes, usually reject as either unhealthy or likely not delicious. Not catagorized..just have found I feel better if I eat lots of vegatbles, slightly less fruit, even less seafood, and almost no meat or carbohydrates. HAve recently reduced weight 10%. Looking for good carrot recipe for a gathering..believe the dried cranberry/fresh orange.. really can't wait! Love to see that look when someone eats something that grabs their attention. Great ocntribution to a good site.
Atlanta , GA USA - Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 18:05:41 (EDT)
HI, i just read your health history sounds a lot like mine. about 10 years ago i started to gain weight dispite eating a healthy diet (no chunk food, no chips, no sodas, no chocolate ) lots of fresh fruit and vegetables(we had our own garden and own fruit trees). i started to loose my hair(patches the size of golf balls the spots alternated all over my head one time i had 11 places another time it was almost the lower part of the back of my head then the on the side) i shaved my head to 3mm most of the time because then the bald patches weren't so noticeable. i started to do yoga, i walked a lot i lived in the country so i had plenty of opportunity there. Plus i have 4 children i had chronic backache some days i litteraly had to crawl up down the stairs i could hardly do my housework let alone work in the garden or do anything else. then i became infested with emotional eczema from top to toe i can not describe the pain i was in. no doctor could help me with any of these ailments except give some cremes or pills which did not help at all. at one time i got six injections for my backpain in one week. then i begun having bloodsugar problems it was always to low( hypoclecimic excuse my spelling i am german and trying my best). they put me in the hospital for cancer testing (which were negative) but let me tell you this when they gave me the referal slip with the suspected diagnosis of cancer i really thought that is it. i cried for days but during those days i got my long forgotten bible out and started to read. i thought if the doctors have no answers for me maybe god does. it is not that in all these years before i didn't think there was a god but i did not believe in the word of god. (i have also seen homeopathic doctors antroposhic doctors naturapathic doctors chiropractors) and let me tell you about the power of your mind i used to snap my back on a regular basis but until then i did not believe in that either, it was just before we moved to the US about 2 years ago i was living with my mother and i was afraid to tell her that i (and my family) going to move to america, so my husband told her. i was sitting on the couch when my mother came into the living room and i felt something snap in my back i was not able to get up. while i was here i went to the doctor with my mother in law once and she kept on insisting that her doctor was the best, so i said if she can tell me why i am loosing my hair she is indeed good. she was able to tell me, she said it is a stress related hair loss.but also something else happened i now believe in the word of god, it doesn't do any good just to read the bible we must also believe what it says.just the other day i bought this little book called the spiritual roots of barley and in there it said mankind has taken the word of god out of their lives and also the foods of god. it made me think for a moment and i thought i have been eating foods of good (i also had a health food store) but i did not have the word of god in my life. and if you think about it we live live on a plain of duality which means everything has to sides, and i looked at it that like a scale if you don't have the same amount on each side one side drops like a rock and so do you. i used to be the kind of person who thought i have to manage everything by myself i have to have everything under control only i can do noone else can that creates a lot of stress in ones life that is stress that is with you 24/7 it is not like going to work and after so many hours you go home and leave everything behind until the next morning. i have lost quite a lot of weight since last september(2003) i went from size 18/20 to a size 12. The most important thing i learned since then we must surrender to the higher power and we will be taken care of and always the way we want to but the way HE wants to it is always gods way or there is high price to pay and it isn't always easy to understand gods way. i hope this has helped you in some way may GOD BLESS YOU on your way to recovery and back to life. So long for now. God works in mysterious ways - remember.
elke schmitt
phoenix, AZ usa - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 00:48:36 (EDT)
ROOM FOR RENT The house has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms (1,800 sq. feet) Downtown Huntington Beach 1 1/2 blocks from the ocean (2 minute walk) Cross Streets are PCH & GOLDENWEST Quiet neighborhood Safe Kitchen facilities Private Room (upstairs) about 17 x 10 Shared Bathroom with other tenant (upstairs) Carpeted room with loft inside room for storage Build-in bookshelves Rent:$700.00 per month Deposit:$500.00 Free parking on street in front of home Exactly 1 mile from the HB Pier Evenly split utilities Looking for responsible, mature, quiet, Raw Food/Vegan/Vegetarian/Fruitarian that has a healthy lifestyle. No smoking, no drugs, no alcohol, no weapons. Current inhabitents:Two males Sorry, no pets Digital photos of the home can be e-ed to you. Room becomes available April 22, 2004 Please let me know if there are any additional questions? Thank you. Sincerely,
Jeff Henderson
Huntington, Ca USA - Friday, April 09, 2004 at 04:26:53 (EDT)
I was taught by a Ruth Allan, back in sixties in Livermore, California. I wondered if this was you?
Richland Hills, tx United States - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 18:38:45 (EDT)
Thanks for recipes Ms. Calabro.
Walter Cavalcante de Assis
Osasco, SP Brasil - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 16:16:05 (EDT)
- Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 08:02:34 (EDT)
Changing to a rawfoody diet! Hope I can do it! (your flax crackers sound ingenious)
Whitby, ONT Canada - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 21:55:00 (EDT)
In your the guestbook for September 2000, Pauline from Melbourne, Australia requested information on her gt.gt.gt.grandfather Francis Prince Kidson. If she (or anyone else interested in the Kidson family of Leeds in the 19th/early 20th cent.)will contact me I can provide a good starter kit, including a photograph. He was my husband's great grandfather. We too are interested in FPK and his children. Here's hoping!
- Ely, Cambridgeshire, England - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 04:54:49 (EDT)
great site
- Tuesday, April 06, 2004 at 04:14:36 (EDT)
Ann Wigmore visited my Bookstore in Mesa, Arizona. Treasured memory.
Helen Spencer Schlie
Gold Canyon, Az U.S,A, - Saturday, April 03, 2004 at 07:55:49 (EST)
I was a waiter in Los Angeles for 2 years. I think your web site must be very popular in Hell-a. Keep up the inspirational work. Never, ever be satisfied and always ask for a free meal! Also, always have food delivered and say it was all wrong and demand the right order thus getting 2 fer 1 and coupons from corporate headquarters. I once called my restaurant and complained that they gave me the wrong dressing and demanded a free steak and I got it!Remember most managers are absolute Morons . Take advantage of everthing all the time and live almost for free. Chains are the easiest as a manager doesnt care about food cost. Its a kitchen problem he only cares about complaints.I think Louises trattoria's in Los Angeles is a very easy place to test my theories. If you can keep the food down. It beats the shelters food. Tell em Tommylovebottom sent ya! p.s. Pico blvd West L.A.
Thomas Fleming
Chengdu, China - Saturday, April 03, 2004 at 00:34:33 (EST)
not cleared
muhammad akram
lahore, pu pakistan - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 02:33:41 (EST)
I was a member of the Fruitarian Network until 1999, as I live in an isolated region I found the going very difficult, varities of fruit except in summer, difficult to obtain,certainly not organic and having already been transported from Melbourne, also the lack of like minded folk the closest being Dalesford, Vic, adds to the feeling of isolation, anyway one does the best with what is on offer. I am in the midst of setting up a Community garden in Deniliquin. Cheers and in good health to all........Jan Renwick/
Jan Renwick
deniliquin n.s.w. 2710, Australia - Sunday, March 28, 2004 at 17:01:32 (EST)
your site is tight
David J. Sudbury
Davis, ca us - Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 17:32:40 (EST)
Honestly, and truly, the only reason why I visited your site was because I was really bored, and typed my name into a google search!
Sara Johnson
- Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 01:27:02 (EST)
What? I'm going into Culinary Arts and don't appreciate your nonchalant attitude towards how hard everyone (excluding your expected lazy workers) works!
Megan Furler
Cedar Rapids, Ia U.S. - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 12:14:58 (EST)
Interesting site. Very cool recipes. Will be checking some out soon. Chris Milian albany aerial photos Albany NY albanyaerialphotos.com
Chris Milian
Albany, NY USA - Monday, March 22, 2004 at 16:16:13 (EST)
Hi, nice site. I enjoyed the information on raw foods. Regards, Paul Kekai Manansala
Paul Kekai Manansala
Antelope, - Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 22:01:16 (EST)
I am interested in learning more about raw food recipes that are simple, quick and easy to make for a working man on the go.
Gregory Bowers
Leesburg, VA Loudoun - Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 07:09:43 (EST)
Ilove your website. I'm a new comer to raw foods. I'm looking for raw food recipes I thank you for your selection. The pictures are beautiful. I will be visiting your web again.
Brenda D.Owens
Glassboro, nj usa - Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 23:44:59 (EST)
I have none
tamara nolan
lake arrowhead, ca usa - Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 12:31:30 (EST)
I eat and live raw foods. Its hard to find others. Has anyone heard of the Essene teachings? Or are there any groups that meet in Mississauga, Ontario. We need some. Here is a little info.............. Vegetarianism was REQUIRED by Jesus of any person who wanted to become his disciple. In "Holy Twelve" we read: Jesus said: "Verily I say unto you, they who partake of benefits which are gotten by wronging one of God's creatures, cannot be righteous; nor can they understand holy things, or teach the mysteries of the kingdom, whose hands are stained with blood, or whose mouths are defiled with flesh." "God giveth the grains and the fruits of the earth for food; and for righteous man truly there is no other lawful sustenance for the body..." "Wherefore I say unto all who desire to be my disciples, keep your hands from bloodshed and let no flesh meat enter your mouths, for God is just and bountiful who ordaineth that man shall live by the fruits and seeds of the earth alone." By the way I know first hand you can heal yourself of any disease by eating raw whole foods. Keep on the Path! Beverley
Beverley Thomson
mississauga, Canada - Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 21:20:11 (EST)
Hi JR and all, I have followed the latest on this group remotely and have some related deep thoughts. Raw can be a full part time job, especially from here in the sub arctics (Reykjavik). About the D-vitamins, the arctic summer may be short here, however Alaska is known as the place for growing the largest vegetables on this planet, the sun never sets there in the high summer, so when those Alaskan D-vitamins are stored they should last all winter. B12, these days I get that mostly from some organic non MSG beer yeast extract, take a full spoon of powder, mix it in my mouth and then this mix tastes like good beer. Vegetarian for over a decade, functional - Raw for about a year, failed successfully. I blame time and I'm definitely starting over again, Raw that is. One more more thing, I discovered that I got into the Yoga very naturally when becoming malnourished, Yoga knocked on my door so to speak. Before that I would hardly have noticed it, and now when I start becoming overfed, I lost a lot of that natural understanding. Best from Albert
Albert Berge
- Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 20:54:43 (EST)
it was very gd bubbi
- Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at 15:34:55 (EST)
I'd like to keep updated on events or new restaurants near me in S.F.
Mike Irwin
San Francisco, CA USA - Monday, March 15, 2004 at 16:03:33 (EST)
I just went to a party here in Breckenridge Colorado at which only raw fruits were served. We had fetticini alfredo but it was completely raw vegetables. It was great and I am happy to see so many others are interest in this form of eating.
Breckenridge, CO United States - Sunday, March 14, 2004 at 22:24:08 (EST)
Hi, I'm somewhat new at healthy eating and am collecting recipes. I have a vitamixer and love anything with avacado in it.
Sharon Flynn
Austin, mn - Sunday, March 14, 2004 at 17:10:28 (EST)
I would like a copy of "The Mucousless Diet" book. Do you know where I can get a copy?
Sharon Hardy
Selma, AL USA - Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 17:07:29 (EST)
I got to many spam mail from this website.Including an unsolicited looong newsletter from Tom Wolf's Co.
Rosie Bee
NYC, NY Manhatten - Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 03:56:58 (EST)
looking for people with a vata constitution ( ayuveda). need some help to go more raw! gr, Tom
utrecht, the netherlands - Friday, March 12, 2004 at 09:49:01 (EST)
Does anyone in this site know mo mehdi ghounoudian, aka mohammad, agreat photo artist abstractionist. He had been my friend, and we have lost touch.
Lorentz Pe Benito
thousand oaks, ca. usa - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 04:35:15 (EST)
Hello, My friend Dennis is a raw food vegan, he is a hard working quiet man seeking what he a place to live in exchange for services and reduced rent, , he can run errands, gardening, maintenance, pet care, cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping, etc. He is currently seeking a room on the westisde of L.a. area in exchange for these services, or perhaps a place in southern californian where he could take care of animals, he is willing to relocate. Many references available, if you are seeking a nice, quiet, health conscious gentleman please call him at 310 396 5634 you can also write me at troyhollander[at]yahoo.com
L.a., Ca usa - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 21:57:46 (EST)
Nice Site !!
just surfing. the flax seed crackers look interesting, i think i might try the recipe.
paul langevin
rumford, me usa - Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 13:46:23 (EST)
just wondering if you ever worked at mississauga hospital, maybe someone I knew a lifetime agao
no one of importance
brega, libya - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 10:31:56 (EST)
Cool name huh?
Bob Avery
Omaha, NE - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 01:26:30 (EST)
Hullo, out there.., want to be my friend.Name is Stephen Ralph. This site is good too
Stephen Ralph Wanok
Kampala, Uganda Uganda - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 10:57:04 (EST)
ha ernst, ik zat ffinternet te checken en kwam jou tegen. succes. groeten job
groningen, ? the netherlands - Thursday, March 04, 2004 at 08:23:48 (EST)
USVI, VI USA - Wednesday, March 03, 2004 at 12:44:21 (EST)
I want to complement knowledge about dining etiquette in NewZealand
Van Anh
HCM, Viet Nam - Tuesday, March 02, 2004 at 18:40:03 (EST)
Nice website. My brothers and I tap about 70 to 100 trees each year to get enough maple syrup for ourselves and our friends. Just a hobby, but it is fun to get out into the woods at this time of year.
Rob Bartlett
Keokuk, IA USA - Friday, February 27, 2004 at 21:31:04 (EST)
Still reading and enjoying your site. Polititions are too busy getting and spending our money or figuring out how to get more from us. They are very smart and most of us are very dumb
Rosie Bee
New york, NY USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 13:17:56 (EST)
Still reading and enjoying your site
Rosie Bee
New York, NY USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 13:02:51 (EST)
Hi, this is my first time on this sight.I am just starting to see for myself the great benefits of vegetarian eating. I have not eaten any meat or eggs or milk for 2 weeks .I have noticed more energy more endurance.I would like to be reassured that I am not depleting myself in protein.What is the rule.I eat at least a handful of nuts a day.I have 2 teaspoons of nutritional yeast either on popcorn or in a cup of hot water.. Hope to hear from you.Suzanne Spencer
suzanne spencer
sudbury , ont canada - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 10:07:01 (EST)
God provides, when I found this site. Thanks! I am struggling with my raw food diet and seek a support group which I need more than once a week. I am good for as long as 4 or 6 month, than I fall off like an addict. Either the cold weather knocks me off, or this powerful craving for carbos and cooked food. Right now I do 80%, fruits in the morning and raw vedgies later and little nuts,seeds,dried fruits and by the 3rd day I need something cooked due to my cooked food addiction. Appreciate any communications and suggestions you can offer. I believe it is the ultimate food, creating harmony for the body and preventing illness.Check out Waynegreen.com
Rosie Bee
New York, NY USA - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 06:41:59 (EST)
I would like to go rawvegan if it could be more simple to cook. I can't believe you really have to use juicers or to sprout grain in order to eat raw. I don't find it all very natural, or simple enough. Apes surely don't do that. Please answer me somebody! Michelle Montminy
Michelle Montminy
La Pocatire, Province of Qubec Canada - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 15:49:52 (EST)
I'm just starting to clean up my food act, by cutting out meat, eggs, and dairy. I'm investigating raw foods. Thanks for the great website!
Garland, TX - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 14:24:43 (EST)
it ' s ok thanks
- Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 08:34:54 (EST)
Natures First Law: The Raw Food Diet was blatantly plagiarized from the classic book "Raw Eating" by Arshavir Ter Hovannessian. In fact, the trio is the foremost authority on plagiarism in the raw food movement and their website is censored. This involves the deletion of any mention of their acts of plagiarism, which occurred more than once. The classic original has been recently reprinted. Get the original, instead.
- Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 21:23:09 (EST)
Have been looking for Colonic and/or Massage Treatments in this area. All help would be appreciated.
E. Gromam
Carlsbad, CA United States - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 12:06:16 (EST)
the same name...probably from the same Czech roots...relatives???? cheers
mary brabenec
- Monday, February 23, 2004 at 13:12:02 (EST)
In1983, due to Medical Negligence , I developed Brain Damage which included Right Front Lobe in the 10% damage. Therefore, Doctors declared "no treatment available & future exascerbations likely " In 1987. I could walk [at] talk but had poor recall of talent or of my past.As a Positive Thinking Person, I have done the impossible. Firstly,it was necessary to reteach myself by reading & reading (I still do). Raw Food only was adopted and easy as I lived alone and in my own little world ,A MRI and a CT Scan last year reveal NO DAMAGE and ALL SORTS OF TESTS by a Neurologist caused him to exclaim " You have not a toxin in your body and the MRI declared No Damage. You are a WALKING MIRACLE and THE MOST AMAZING PERSON I HAVE MET , what is your secret? RAW FOOD ONLY IS EATEN and no alcohol or cigarettes and I walk away from stress. He replied " you are the living proof that you are what you eat is 100% correct" Serious cuts and etc. never get infected but heal quickly . My life has consisted of similar amazing examples which shall be conveyed to those who ask . E-mail me if you so wish .... Bye Bye
Allan Reynolds
Logan City, Qld. Australia - Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 21:23:29 (EST)
Yeeeaah, it is csool
- Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 05:29:45 (EST)
Started 90% raw diet two weeks ago.
Dan Schneider
Cadott, WI USA - Friday, February 20, 2004 at 20:44:18 (EST)
i love this page. keep it up
asaba owerri
aba, IMO lagos - Friday, February 20, 2004 at 14:43:46 (EST)
I am renewing my commitment to giving myself a more healthy lifestyle. I appreciate this website and many others that will help me on my path to becoming 100% raw vegan. Thank you
Trina Hamlin
sacramento, Ca Sacramento - Friday, February 20, 2004 at 13:49:40 (EST)
Hello, i am the webmaster of Minoesj : An Animal Voice and need people who could help with the fruitarian part of the site. I hope some of you have a bit spair time. Thanks
- Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 16:47:17 (EST)
I've been almost 100% raw for almost a year now. I feel better than ever and can't imagine eating any other way. I'm wanting to open a raw foods cafe/health center in Seattle.
Summer Dunshee
Seattle, WA 98103 - Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 13:06:29 (EST)
Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew of any raw food retreat or holistic healing centers that are in or around washington state?
Seattle, wa usa - Monday, February 16, 2004 at 20:02:43 (EST)
Some day, I'm gonna get there. I believe in raw foods...my body is telling me...just go for it girl! But, there are those demons in the form of processed crap that seem to tempt me far to often. I'm going for 75% in March. Wish me luck!
Roselle, IL USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 21:25:59 (EST)
Hi! I started out the new year ('04) all raw. Usually I am about 75%. Well, I did 100% raw until a couple days again when I felt uncontrollable cravings. Up to that point it had been so easy. Now I realize how addicted I am! Yikes! I was bummed..nut am back to 100%..it seems harder to do less than 100% for me. Being a mom w/ 2 kids and having a non-raw hubby makes it more difficult.
Tracie Frankel
Boulder Creek, CA USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 12:51:49 (EST)
I apologize for the "Michael" I thought I was in his guestbook. Actually I would like to ask you for some information if you could offer advice to a fairly new rawist. What book should I purchase to know what to eat? I have been eating raw & I have actually gained some weight. I feel like I am eating the wrong foods.
Lisa Partridge
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 08:44:37 (EST)
BROOKLYN, NY USA - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 08:29:38 (EST)
Eating lifefood seems to allow the infilling of light into my total awareness. Staying raw makes me have to FEEL. Eating cooked food masks my feelings (one can self-medicate with grains, sugars and dairy, stimulating the pleasure center of the brain). Feelings are the door to POWER. Therefore, eating lifefood keeps me in a state of emptiness (able to receive) and empowerment (able to do). Lifefood (food with life force and easy to digest) is the BEST way to eat to stay on top of the energy wave of this reality. Life food is the optimum diet for Jedi knights, alchemists, Wanderers and co-creatives who are here to create the NEW REALITY of heaven-on-earth, back to nature, and living within a multidimensional awareness. Raw = willingness to see and know and experience the Truth, and a willingness to expand, to grow, to serve, to transmute, and to resurrect these dense bodies into a higher frequency, --- creating our light bodies.
Playa del Rey, CA USA - Friday, February 13, 2004 at 18:18:57 (EST)
I started on my raw foodist journey jan 04, 2004 after gaining 30 pounds and suffering sever kindey problems.... I've stuck too it with ease... I'm feeling great! I've lost 20 pounds but... for once, it's not about weight! It's about feeling healthy and I do! Emotionally, physically and spiritually I have never felt so good... I am trying to learn all that I can about Raw foodism. Thanks for the great site! :)
Rose Ann Ruanto
- Friday, February 13, 2004 at 11:40:22 (EST)
i was trying to do an easy time line on pharohs and i think you should just make it easier to understand. i like it bunches though. especialy the back-ground! thankz for the help
- Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 20:17:21 (EST)
I have started taking raw food w.e.f. 12.2.2004 I am down with ovarian cyst. I want complete information about the raw diet which can used to cure the disease.
indore, mp india - Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 12:18:48 (EST)
wheat grass sprout receipes
b. clack
pembroke pines, fl usa - Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at 20:20:37 (EST)
Your site is very great! Why did you make up your mind to set up such a web site on the Internet?
Alern Bolt
Akron, OH U.S.A. - Monday, February 09, 2004 at 05:48:42 (EST)
I'm considering heavily the raw food way of life. I'm a vegan for a number of years now. I'm 73 years and in fairly good health; would like to be in better health and be able to witness for the vegan raw food way of living and eating. I've ordered a book on it My question, cIf I eat raw food 75% of the day and cooked food (only homemade bread from organic ingredients) would I still benefit from this way of eating? I'm vegan first for ethical reasons and do what I can for the animals by writing, wearing message shirts and talking to whomever will listen. One other question: How about organic soy milk? Would that be considered raw? Thanks for answering and thanks for your great website. Billie Signer
- Sunday, February 08, 2004 at 17:07:38 (EST)
i dig dig and i want you to know i dig dig. waiting for the world to useing all it's found thank's George Harison
martin naylor
wollongong, nsw aust - Friday, February 06, 2004 at 18:34:37 (EST)
Heard about the Ann Wigmore Institute and while browsing the web I came across the subject about Maple Syrup saying don't use the syrup, use the sap. It caught my attention, because all I use is the maple syrup and I wanted to find out if there was a problem with using the syrup. Thanks for the information in reference to the sap.
Florina Forbes
- Sunday, February 01, 2004 at 19:08:31 (EST)
thanks for letting me be a guest! Lots of love and light to all-my boys and myself have been raw for a few weeks now and are shine shine shine...our beginning began January 11th 2003- a day before the anniversary of my twin boys being born. There birthday is the 12th. Labor began this day and labor begins again. Love and light Heather
Heather Stewart
Chestnut Ridge, ny 10977 - Sunday, February 01, 2004 at 18:01:51 (EST)
Enjoyed this site very much. Printed out several recipies and added it to my favorites list. I am not a raw foodist, but have been vegan over three years now. I will try some recipies and will probably be back for more. Thanks!
Gwen Hendrickson
Fairfield, PA USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 18:49:23 (EST)
I love RAW FOOD!!!
San Antonio, TX 78217 - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 13:06:21 (EST)
Hi, Did you, by any chance, go to Perkiomen School for a couple of years? Just curious. Alec Himwich Class of 1963
Alec Himwich
Durham, NC USA - Thursday, January 29, 2004 at 15:12:36 (EST)
Great site for people like myself learning more about Living Food
Norman Wallachy
Oakville , Ont Canada - Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 17:40:09 (EST)
Iwouldliketoget titlesofbookson eating raw. thanks
- Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 09:20:26 (EST)
This is a wonderful site for those of us starting a raw food diet. I love the links with the receipes. Thanks!
Framingham, MA USA - Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 11:12:43 (EST)
Interesting but could be expensive in quantities. Do you use fruit juices or dried fruit at times? Met Nigel at the markets at Caboolture. Jack
Jack Russell
Childers, Q'ld Australia - Monday, January 26, 2004 at 07:58:17 (EST)
I am on all RAW foods since January 1, 2004. I have started a raw juice fast on January 14 and this is the end of the 12th day of my fast. It is still ongoing.
Sally Smith
Gray, TN USA - Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 21:53:16 (EST)
Can any one tell me, do dried foods such as raisins count as raw foods? Thank you, from http://www.flowersandfood.com
Columbus, OH USA - Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 20:55:28 (EST)
I am starting into my beautiful journey of raw food. I look forward to life love and happiness.
stacy shuler
corvallis, OR USA - Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 04:21:16 (EST)
my body is telling me to go the way of live foods, so that is exactly what i am beginning to do.
capitola, ca usa - Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 18:29:18 (EST)
I have recently become vegan, with guidance from my guru who lives in Laguna Beach. He is coming to Australia during February 2004 (see the web site). You may like to listen to a discourse (one among many) which has great insights to the year of 2004 (http://www.louixdordempriey.com/library02.html). Thankyou for sharing. Namaste.
Martin Lindsay
Melbourne, Vic Australia - Friday, January 23, 2004 at 19:51:18 (EST)
Im attending my first year of college and Im really concerned about health and taking care of my body, mind, and soul. I've been doing yoga for the past two years, but along with all my new added stress I still don't feel like I am reaching my heatlh goals. Therefore I am going raw and hoping that my new improved eating habits help to take me to the healthly bliss I've been striving for.
Nicole Latorre
Providence, RI USA - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 17:27:51 (EST)
I plan to go all raw this year. I have recently received disturbing facts about consuming meat and dairy products. I was sooooo not aware of this.
Waukegan, IL USA - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 22:14:14 (EST)
I enjoyed your site, anm looking to get healthy and stumbled across your site. I have highblood pressure and am over wieght even though i DONT eat a whole lot. Think it has alot to do with yeast build up and am looking for ways to conquor this thanks Mary Ann
Mary Ann Baker
springdale, arkansas usa - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 12:24:55 (EST)
This site is awesome! Lots of Yummy foods! Thanks for such an educational & learning place!!!
Jan Martinez
Hialeah, Fl USA - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 10:57:13 (EST)
Please tell me hou you use the sap
Kelly Kindell
Crawfordville, FL - Sunday, January 18, 2004 at 22:31:07 (EST)
I was 100% raw and living food for 1 year and I felt great. Due to pressures from friends and family, I started to ease back into the SAD. I have been sick more, and I have had a severe decrease in energy. I now have been back raw for 2 weeks. My energy is comming back, and I am beginning to feel better about myself.I am once again excited about the true flavor of food and all of the wonderful nutrition.
lawrenceville, ga gwinnett - Sunday, January 18, 2004 at 21:20:16 (EST)
Good Luck with the raw diet. As someone who has gone back and forth with the raw food diet and my own addictions I totally empathize with you.
Lahaina, HI - Sunday, January 18, 2004 at 01:39:59 (EST)
I've been doing the live rawfood thing for around ten years and also am involved with a lifestyle to match it like out door edible landscaping, meditation, striving for a daily natural rythym expending energy during the day and retracting relaxing at nite. However, I must say that finding others who are value and "live" this seems real un comon-but I know you are out there and that's why the internet is so powerful as a tool! So I put my antenna out in search of others searching for me who are already living this lifestyle or are searching to establish such a lifestyle letting go of all the agitation at the same time still living within reason to the mainstream condition. In other words I'm not an extremist and see myself incremently transitioning with others who are close to above/below where I am resonating at. Thanx for any info you can communicate to me about possible communities existing and non who are really manifesting this lifestyle in a physical and mental spiritual environment to match it. Thanx so much...peace to you....
lansdowne, pa usa - Saturday, January 17, 2004 at 17:47:29 (EST)
love the site. NEw years resolution - destination RAW. trying to form a raw diner group if interested, email me for more info. Each person takes a turn making diner for all seven in the group. So each night there's a raw diner to go grab somewhere...and only one night a week, it's your turn. Call 310-418-6668 or email if interested. Good luck to all :)
Los Angeles, CA USA - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 19:58:15 (EST)
My name is Olman Ferenc J was born near the Hungarian border in the Yugoslavija (serbia and montenegro)!!Lately J have been doing some research in the origin of the Olman family.If you share my opinion about our origin ande you a member of the Olman family,or you know someone who family name is Olman please contact me!! My email address:olman[at]yunord.net
Ferenc Olman
Subotica, 024 Yugoslavija - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 17:33:01 (EST)
This page was suggested by a good friend... I'm sure to enjoy it
Garland Hendricks
Fontnana, CA United States - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 22:02:54 (EST)
Hi Bob, I enjoyed reading your interview with Dr Howell. I've been modifying my own diet for the past three years, going from eating small amounts of meat to eating no meat and now eating about 80% raw foods. The change has been remarkable. More energy, restful sleep and much less menopausal symptoms. I will be looking forward to enjoying your site for informative reading and educating me on my journey. Thank you so much, and keep up the good work. Sincerely, Natalie
natalie Oramas
Dana Point, CA USA - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 17:49:50 (EST)
Absolutely wonderful site. I really enjoy the recipes. I went raw the beginning of this year and feel so much better already.
Kewaunee, WI USA - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 12:05:54 (EST)
Have been eating 90% raw for about 2 months. Feeling great, although occationally get a mild headache although this is getting less frequent. What i have found works is: Breakfast- Fruit... Lunch - Meat... Dinner - salad... Sacks - milk or fruit... All raw except red meat at this stage which i have rare. Any suggestions pls email me. In health Kevin
Ryde, Sydney, NSW Australia - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 02:11:02 (EST)
Have been eating 90% raw for about 2 months. Feeling great, although occationally get a mild headache although this is getting less frequent. What i have found works is: Breakfast- Fruit Lunch - Meat Dinner - salad Sacks - milk or fruit. All raw except red meat at this stage which i have rare. Any suggestions pls email me. In health Kevin
Ryde, Sydney, NSW Australia - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 02:10:37 (EST)
thank you
ny, new yroks usa - Wednesday, January 14, 2004 at 20:45:54 (EST)
Looking at going raw......seems like the right thing to do
p topal
- Tuesday, January 13, 2004 at 21:45:40 (EST)
CINCINNATI 45238, OHIO UNITED STATES - Monday, January 12, 2004 at 01:06:38 (EST)
Please ad my name to your guestbook. This is a very interesting site. Thank you. Lisa I would like to know more about alternative treatment of cancer. Have you ever heard of William Blast's cancer treatment? Thanks again.
Lisa Max
Las Vegas, NV USA - Sunday, January 11, 2004 at 13:16:54 (EST)
haven't read yet what is this "rawtime" all about,my perception is that it is something to do with healthy diet. i'm a devotee of "fasting" two years ago,mainly on distill water/liqiud fast(which i have once a week for twenty four hours fast)it really works when come to reducing weight,body detoxification,rejuvenating,recharge etc .the most important thing is that by applying this kind of "fast",it won't affect your health but have your immune system improved.
- Sunday, January 11, 2004 at 05:04:19 (EST)
I'm tring to go raw or eat all my food raw. I think this is a goog web site
Kelly Kindell
Tallhassee, FL - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 18:14:25 (EST)
I gave up mammal meat in October 2001, then all meat in October 2002, and by August 2003 started eliminating all animal products. Turning vegan has been quite a challenge. The Raw Food Diet I've been learning about and practicing since November 2003 has given me more structure and motivation than aspiring to be vegan alone. It's been life changing.
Sanford, Fl US - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 13:51:34 (EST)
great pizza recipe!
Aberdeen, SD USA - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 10:40:42 (EST)
Hey! Im a Ben Russell too
Ben Russell
Normal, IL USA - Friday, January 09, 2004 at 22:28:01 (EST)
Hey, just thought i would write you, since my name is Sara Johnson too. Isn't that weird? sara
Sara Johnson
Mt. Vernon, - Friday, January 09, 2004 at 16:42:32 (EST)
Would love to hear about mail order of raw foods. I have been a vegetarian since 89 vegan since June of 03.
Kathy Daehler
Manhattan, NY USA - Thursday, January 08, 2004 at 18:20:44 (EST)
Hello Raw Times, I have just purchased a mini juicer/ with a pulp extractor built in. I would like to know some good recipes for fruit and Vegs. I would appreciate any help you could offer. Thanks Beau Harrison
Beau Harrison
Florence, SC USA - Thursday, January 08, 2004 at 18:06:23 (EST)
Для ознакомления
Автушко В.Н.
Vologda, Россия - Thursday, January 08, 2004 at 01:38:15 (EST)
A little late but I want to wish you a good luck in this year Happy New Year
hgh age
Moscow, Germany - Thursday, January 08, 2004 at 01:29:39 (EST)
Sat nam Anne (and everyone!) I swear that I have been looking for you my whole life. I am a 19 year old woman from Vancouver BC Canada. As most kids, I delt with depression on and off from a young age until now, and I am turning 20 this month. Not until last year did I realize the severity of the connection between my mood and my diet. I first became educated about raw eating when a friend who was raw came and lived with me on Christmas day until the 28th of '03. I had randomly heard about eating raw and up until then had thought the people to be nuts!To make a long story short. I moved to Hawaii to eat raw after a success of 2 months raw ended at my brothers birthday party. In hawaii I was great for 2 months (experiencing my Self/love unlike anyother time in my life up until then) until a friend came to visit and got me into yoga. My dedication/dicipline shifted to the study of Kundalini yoga and I now am in a course on my way to becomming a teacher. Since then I have gained 20 lbs. going on and off raw for over 6 months. My inspiration and confidence has not been so high as all I have wanted to eat is fruit but EVERYONE has told me that the sugar is the source of my confussion. I know that I want to eat only fruit but have not been able to find the support in the raw food community of eating only sweet fruits. Ground fruits (which are never sweet) have not made sence to me this whole year so I could never get up the self esteem and confidence in my own intuition to go for it. After 12 months of struggle, I feel more at peace with myself after having read about you and your son. I am currious as to what your son enjoys about nuts. Pure curiosity. I am excited to know about raw Aquarian children as they are so unique. I will be working with a mother who is transitioning her autistic daughter to raw in a week or so over the nest few months. Thank you so much. You have been truly a blessing to me. I will be living in a raw house hold in London this July/August. I hope that if this email does get through to you, that I will be able to meet such an inspiring soul. Thank you again, may you always exist in healthiness, happiness and holiness! humbly, Hansmukh :)
hansmukh (roxy)
Vancouver, bc canada - Wednesday, January 07, 2004 at 20:09:25 (EST)
I was so fascinated by the article on raw eating that I wrote to the author in Teheran. However, I was very disappointed to read that he may have been arrested. I would love to correspond with anyone who is a beginner with raw eating. I am and live in Norway where most fresh products are imported because of the long winter months.
vania sandaker
trondheim, norway - Wednesday, January 07, 2004 at 07:46:45 (EST)
I enjoyed your story JR. I'm a rawfooder in progress too. Bill
Bill Tinsley
Douglasville, GA - Tuesday, January 06, 2004 at 07:02:39 (EST)
Born in Africa 1950 living there 15 years living Belgium and other countries 40 years going now to live in Casamance ( Africa ) One of the Tasch
andr TASCH
Ottignies, belgium - Sunday, January 04, 2004 at 12:39:45 (EST)
I agree with what I have just read. I have come to the realization that cooked foods are addictive, and this lies at the bottom of all other addictions. This has a direct effect on everything in my life, including my realtions with others, and basically for me means the difference between life and death. I have reached the point where I know I have to choose either one or the other. It is a lonely feeling however, when I realize that the majority of the world is going the path to destruction. And even my own children have no interest. I can see that they are at the place I use to be, and their inevitable gain will be illness and deterioration. I can only hope and pray, that I can turn my own life around and be an example for others, before it is too late. Thanks for letting me say this. --Mary Annar
Mary Annar Edwards
Lake Charles, LA USA - Thursday, January 01, 2004 at 23:27:36 (EST)
"Feliz Ao Nuevo y mucha prosperidad" Leonaq
Leon Antonio quiros
Vancouver, BC Canada - Thursday, January 01, 2004 at 16:34:25 (EST)

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