PREVENT RAW FOOD VEGAN MISTAKES IN THE WINTER || TIPS AND TRICKS LIFE HACKS



Day 743 Raw Vegan/Fruitarian/Whatever

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Fruit on!! xo Lissa

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  1. Heather Jones
    Heather Jones says:

    Great tips Lissa! Thanks for making this video! 😊 I'll def be getting your holiday ebook!! I bought your 52 to a New You and your 30 day Meal Plan and I'm loving them so far, very helpful and inspirational! I've been vegan for a year now and I'm trying to eat mostly raw now. Also, recipes to make in my vegan café Café Verve that's opening this November in State College, Pa.

  2. Garland N
    Garland N says:

    Another "WOW" look video Lissa. I have found that eating more plant fats will help our bodies produce more heat. Room temp foods are better for our bodies and metabolism. I like how spices work also. Stair walking will be my choice this winter when the snow starts. Thank you Lissa for the great tips.

  3. sophiegirl58
    sophiegirl58 says:

    Love this! I have added NIR sauna, made with red heat lamps and a grow tent (cheap!), to my strategies to stay warm. The red heat lamps give you near infrared and other healing light frequencies that penetrate the body and heat you up from the inside, stimulate your immune system, and other good effects. I stay warm for a long time (I'm already getting cold in Colorado) and any body pain/soreness is history! Look up the health benefits of reddish heat lamps–it's impressive. So cheap, easy, effective, and healthy!

  4. Lorena
    Lorena says:

    hmm..lions also have fur and they are in a hot climate. I now wonder how this is. Sea lions also have exposed skin,of course also a lot of fat and are in the cold climates. I don't know if the fur/exposed skin stuff is accurate…our close relatives ar much harier than we are :p I still agree about the sun..I LOVE the sun and tropical climates..<3

  5. bamsego66
    bamsego66 says:

    Tank you for all the good tips about cooping with the coold weather that can't be avoid even if it would have been quite nice to live somewhere much warmer during the winter.
    About the tomatoes, they shouldn't even visit the fridge because they loose their taste as soon as they have been chilled! ❤

  6. Niki Themistocleous
    Niki Themistocleous says:

    Hi liza am going raw for a week, my goal is to stay raw, forever, i ve tried many times before but i always crave rice something cooked, my longest was 2 weeks in a row, but am so bumped right now for challenging my self again to go raw, can you give me your best tip to stay raw

  7. Study, Judah! Study!
    Study, Judah! Study! says:

    I thought whites/Caucasians were built for cold temperatures. They been telling me since I was a child that whites are white because they evolved from cold climates and blacks are black because they evolved in tropical/hot climates.

    So basically scientists dont know what the eff is going on and how humans came about. I wish theyd just admit that rather then jumping from one theory to the next, swearing that its the ULTIMATE TRUTH until then switch to the next ULTIMATE TRUTH.

  8. Carissa Pearling
    Carissa Pearling says:

    So, Chinese people drink a LOT of hot water in the winter. Furthermore, they believe that it's unhealthy to drink anything cold, at any time of the year. I know it sounds strange to Westerners, but since I moved to China, I started to drink hot water at the suggestion of my friends, especially in the winter. I have to say, it's so helpful for keeping warm, and it also really helps digestion.

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