Raw Food Weight Loss Diet: Free 7-Day Meal Plan & Recipes

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Raw Food Dinner Meal Ideas & A Soup Recipe | 40BelowFruity – 40BelowFruity
why people get fat on a raw food diet. at 6:40 be patient 😉 | dara dubinet – dara
My Story – How I Lost 100 Pounds: Diana Stobo’s Raw Food Diet – Diana Stobo
How to Make The Best Raw Thai Lettuce Wraps | Diana Stobo – Diana Stobo
What I’ve Learned After 30+ Years on a Raw Food Diet – FoodnSport
Day 15: Why a 100% raw food diet can make you SICK. Warning! – Freelee the Banana Girl
My 40lb weight loss on a Raw Food Diet! Before & After video/photos – Freelee the Banana Girl
How to Start a Raw Food Diet! – FullyRawKristina
Zucchini Pasta with raw marinara – Raw Food Recipe – ‘Just Raw’ Recipe Video – Grounded Nutrition
How to Start a Raw Food Diet – Infinite Waters (Diving Deep)
California Rolls (p1) – A Healthy Raw Food Recipe For Beginners – Jennifer Cornbleet
APPLE RAVIOLI- Amazing Raw Food Recipe by celebrity chef Carol Brotman, by Markus – Markus Rothkranz
I Guarantee! Best Raw Food Pasta Recipe Ever! – Matt Monarch
What Aged Me the Most on the Raw Food Diet – Matt Monarch
What I Eat on a Raw Food Diet in a Week – okraw
12 Best Ways to Avoid Mistakes on the Raw Food Diet – okraw
What I Eat in a Day on Raw Food Diet – okraw
My Bodily Changes: Nearly 6 Years On A Raw Food Diet (With Photos) – Rawsomehealthy
Realistic Raw Food Diet – Then/Now Pictures – Reach4Raw
30 days Raw Food Diet – SarahBethYoga
Raw Food Weight Loss Recipes – Skinny On Raw
What I Eat in a Day | Trying a Raw Food Diet – SparklicityNo6
The Raw Advantage Secret Patented Raw Pizza Crust Recipe – TheRawAdvantage

Note: Special thanks go to all the great Youtubers listed below. Feel free to browse their titles above.

Cynthia Dixon
Diana Stobo
Freelee the Banana Girl
Grounded Nutrition
Infinite Waters (Diving Deep)
Jennifer Cornbleet
Markus Rothkranz
Matt Monarch
Skinny On Raw

Raw food 11 year old since birth Cappi Osborne

Cappi Osborne talks about his life on a fruit based diet since birth! Interview! Get Anne Osborne’s book here called The Path to Paradise http://amzn.to/1OIR7RZ Janette and Alan Murray ran a marathon a day, that’s 26.2 miles each day across Australia 366 days on a fruit based diet. catch their amazing journey here: https://www.google.com/search?q=janette+and+alan+murray&rlz=1CAHPZY_enUS595US601&espv=2&biw=1242&bih=575&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=b2Q4VaDYAtXXoASioICwDA&ved=0CCgQsAQ

Top 7 Tips for Transitioning to a Raw Food Diet


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1. Clean House – When we are hungry we become less discerning and will grab whatever is around so it is important to build an environment that will support the diet you want. Donate food you don’t want to be eating and welcome in an abundance of your favorite produce. Pick foods you are excited about and make sure to get enough to meet your caloric needs.

2. Self Talk – Be reasonable and know yourself and your tendencies. Be patient and compassionate and mindful of the self talk that arises when you face dietary related challenges.
3. Friends – If you are surrounded by people who would likely not understand your new choice, don’t mention it. It is enough for yourself to take on these new habits, let alone the hassle of trying to explain it to everyone. Transitioning can be a very vulnerable time where although you are excited, you might not have the confidence that comes with experience on the diet. Allow the results to speak for themselves. In the meantime, you want to be gaining a supportive raw vegan community.  Try finding potlucks or fruitlucks on Meetup.com; check out 30BananasaDay for other fruit fans in your area; mingle at farmers markets or your local Raw Food Cafe; or sign up for any of the world wide fruit festivals.4. Education – Learn about common pitfalls to avoid. (I have two videos that go over the Top 15 Mistakes Beginners Make on a Raw Food Diet.) Learn from others who have gone before you, but don’t take any one person’s word as gospel. Your body and your power should never be given up to a doctor or a “guru” or any other another person. Be your own researcher. Experiment and be as objective as possible about your results, as this will cement a trust and understanding of your own experience.

5. Fruit Exploration – It is so important to learn about what makes each fruit good, ripe and tasty. Learn how to use all your senses when picking fruit. Research online, ask your fruity friends or inquire with your produce vendor. Keep trying new fruits, because you really don’t know what you are missing. Most people just don’t know how good fruit can be!

6. Simple Kitchen Tools – Food texture is such a significant part of our eating experience. It really adds that extra excitement to our meals. Utilizing texture is a must for those transitioning from stimulant heavy cooked food dishes to a simpler raw vegan diet. There are a two tools that I recommend because they are inexpensive, easy to use and can go a long way. A blender will give you access to smoothies, icecreams, soups, dressings, sauces and dips. And a julienne peeler or spiralizer will bring new texture to your salads and allow you to turn vegetables like cucumbers and zucchinis into noodles! Equipment like food processors, juicers, dehydrators and fancy bowls are fun, but secondary.

7. Go-To Alternatives to Cooked Favorites – Have alternatives to your favorite cooked foods. Mainly this will mean fruit for any sweet cravings and veggies for any salty cravings. The ebooks I’ve made that have over a hundred recipes that work to satisfy cooked food cravings without the repercussions of physical illness or emotional guilt.

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ARTHRITIS POOR DIGESTION HIVES ENLARGED PROSTATE | nettle pesto | raw food recipe dara dubinet

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Membuat sendiri (homemade) makanan Kucing Persia di rumah, hal ini tentu lebih murah/hemat dan sehat dibandingkan membeli pakan komersial yang biasa kita beli di Petshop-Petshop.

Video ini memberikan cara singkat membuat Raw Food atau makanan mentah untuk kucing. Bahan-bahannya antara lain:

– 1 Kg Paha daging Ayam
– 500 gr Hati Ayam
– 2 Kuning telur (tanpa putih nya)
– Vit E 250 UI
– Vit B Complex 200 mg
– Garam 1/2 sdt

“How to make Cats raw Food Diet” at home.

My Bodily Changes: Nearly 6 Years On A Raw Food Diet (With Photos)

How To Stay Slim And Vibrant Permanently Eating Delicious Foods That Rejuvenate Your Body. FREE 5-Day Raw Food Kickstart Menu Plan: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/rawmenu

It will be 6 years this summer since I went high-fruit raw vegan. One thing that I must say for sure: my body went through a lot of changes and I am excited to share with you my raw food before and after experience!

Two things that I was a bit embarrassed about before I switched to this lifestyle were the dark circles under my eyes and how puffy they were. I used to have to use a lot of make up to hide the puffiness!

Now, my eyes are always bright and I hardly ever wear any make up! Plus, I look younger than other ladies my age.

The next change was my weight. It used to go up and down all the time. And regardless of how much I weighed, I could never manifest one change: flat and toned abs!

Guess what happened when I went raw vegan? My body started healing itself and I felt like engaging in fitness. And what happened to my abs as a result of my raw food lifestyle? They became toned and flat – naturally!

Another issue that I had before I went bananas was my skin. It used to be so dry! I had to carry creams with me in a bag to moisture it. And then I found the fruity lifestyle …

These days my skin is naturally silky and it just glows. No creams are needed any more!

My hormones also went through a change and so did my overall health. In this video, I talk about the many positive changes that I have experienced as a high-carb raw vegan and I also show my before and after photos.

Now, the question for you is: what bodily changes have you gone through on this lifestyle? Please share them below!
Have your explored our products? They help people worldwide to gain the health, shape and fitness levels of their dreams!

* Thrive On Raw – Easy And Practical Guide To Starting And Succeeding On A Raw Vegan Lifestyle: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/thriveonraw

* Thrive On Raw Recipes – 40 Delicious And Low-Fat Raw Vegan Meals To Help You Achieve Your Ideal Weight And Glowing Health: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/rawrecipes/

* Our journey on raw, lessons learnt and mistakes to avoid: “The Raw Message” http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/raw-message

* “Deliciously Raw Dinners: 36 tasty and easy to make low-fat raw vegan savoury recipes to assist your detox, as well as weight and health management: http://rawsomehealthy.com/deliciously-raw-dinners-3/

* Struggling to be raw, fit and healthy during the winter months? Discover “The Raw Food Winter Recipe Collection”: http://rawsomehealthy.com/raw-winter-recipes/

* Love fruit and traveling? “Your Guide To The Top 10 Fruitful Destinations”

* A parent or a parent-to-be? “Healthy Raw Nutrition For Children And Teenagers”

* Into consciousness, raw food diet, global shift of awareness and self-transformation? “The Spirit of Transition”

Wishing you abundant health,
Paul and Yulia Tarbath

Vegan Pancakes | Raw. Vegan. Not Gross.

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This week, Laura’s flapping some jacks. Seriously, she’s making pancakes. And they’re delicious. FULL RECIPE BELOW.

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Emily Mraz, Producer
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Jacob Metiva, Editor
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Brian Stevens, Camera
Colleen Haley, AC
Justin Gay, Sound
Linda Sammut, Hair & Make-up
Sophia Green, Food Stylist
Sarah Asch, Food Assistant
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Recipes by: Laura Miller
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2 ripe bananas
4 flax eggs (1 flax egg = mix 1 tbls ground flax to 3 tbls water let setup for approx. 15 mins)
¼ cup coconut oil
½ cup almond milk
1 ½ cups oat flour (any gluten-free flour will work)
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. baking soda
pinch of salt

To make flax eggs, add water to the flax seed, stir and let sit for 15 minutes
Mash banana with a fork in a small bowl
Add flax eggs, coconut oil and almond milk – mix well
In another bowl whisk all the dry ingredients together
Fold in wet ingredients, using a spatula and mix until well incorporated
Pre-heat your cast-iron skillet and spray with coconut oil
Once skillet is at medium high heat, using a ladle, add batter to the skillet
Flip when underside is ready
Stack cooked pancakes with a layer of nutella in between each cake
Eat and enjoy!

Optional serving suggestions; maple syrup, coconut flakes, nuts


1 cup hazelnuts, soaked overnight
½ cup coconut oil
¼ cup maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ cup cocoa powder
2 tbsp almond milk

1. Drain hazelnuts and place in high-speed blender or a food processor, add coconut oil.
2. Blend until smooth, smooshing down the sides as needed (may take up to 10 minutes! or more!) until the hazelnuts become a smooth consistency.
3. Add maple syrup and vanilla, blend again
4. Add cocoa powder and almond milk and blend until smooth