She Healed Severe Lupus With Raw Foods in 90 days!



Denise Rispoli was told that she had five years to live when she was diagnosed with Lupus. She experienced 100% healing in 90 days with a raw food diet and the doctors were blown away. Now, eight years later, she is thriving and is the owner of the Leafy Greens Cafe’ in St Petersburg, Florida. Angela, Oria and I jumped on Denise’s kind invitation to have lunch at Leafy Greens and I think we literally ate everything on the menu! The food is incredible! To hear Denise’s story and watch us pig out on gourmet raw foods, check out the video!

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23 replies
  1. Denise Rispoli Becknell
    Denise Rispoli Becknell says:

    Best to stay away from GMO food. Not sure what that is in Canada. It's a good idea to research it. Hopefully your choices are better there. One thing to be VERY aware of is oils. Don't eat anything but Extra Virgin Olive Oil or coconut oil. Do NOT eat canola oil!

  2. Makenna K
    Makenna K says:

    hi denise, my name is denise too!…wondering why you didn't eat many fruits. I have been following Dr Robert Morse, in Port Charlotte, Fl, he is a detox specialist, iridologist and master herbiest and he pushes fruits (and herbs) bc he says they are astringent, pull toxins from the cells, regenerate the cells and detox as greens will mostly build. I found, bc I am so toxic, though, that the greens still detox me, but to go deeper, the fruits are his suggestion…what do you think? what was your reason for not eating fruits?

  3. Marie Savannah
    Marie Savannah says:

    Nature is definitely the answer that's why God gave Adam and Eve a garden and not a stove if we are willing to obey God,He will heal us.Its time for people to be educated and take charge of their health, drug has never cure the side effect is strong enough to kill us its time for people to wake up if they want to survive….God made us he knows best yet some people put their trust more in doctors that God and pay the price with their life many times.

  4. kalynab
    kalynab says:

    This video came at just the right time. I have Wegener's Granulomatosis and several years ago went about 80% raw. Even that amount helped so much that I was able to get off a ton of medications. However, about 4 years ago, I was dealing with multiple family issues and started eating the SAD diet once again. I have had to go back on the meds and feel horrible. I know I need to go back to raw but I am finding it so hard. This video goes a long way to remind me how effective a raw diet is when dealing with illness. Thanks Matt and Denise!

  5. Anita Pollard
    Anita Pollard says:

    hi Denise, I am so happy to hear your story and inspired by results. I am on my second week of raw eating to heal myself from lupus. I was wondering if you took any supplements or herbs or strictly raw eating ? I look forward to hearing from you and thanks a million for sharing…
    live, love, laugh and be healthy !!! Anita

  6. Vanessa Ayala
    Vanessa Ayala says:

    I have 16 years with Lupus (SLE and DLE) , but no Dr. told me that I have "x" years of life. But there's lot of stories that indicates that RAW FOOD can heal many sicknesses, but is so hard to do it. So I congratulate this lady and her effort to eat so healthy.

  7. WorldOfRandomStuff
    WorldOfRandomStuff says:

    Dr. Brooke Goldner was told she had 6 months to live at 16 years old because of lupus. Chemo for 2 years helped her stay alive, and put her in remission. But it came back while she was in med school in her twenties. Long story short, she went plant based to lose weight for her wedding…and she also cured her lupus! Totally gone. I don't know if she was eating only raw food, but she was definitely eating whole foods. The benefits of a plant based diet!

  8. Hija del Rey de Israel
    Hija del Rey de Israel says:

    Thank you so much for sharing <3. I want to share something with you too <3: sadly, we've all sinned (transgression of the 10 Commandments) and are therefore fallen short of the glory of God. If God got rid of all evil, He'd have to get rid of us too </3, but God so loved the world, in that while we were yet sinners, He gave His ONLY Begotten Son so that whosoever believes in Him will not perish, but have everlasting life. We all have an appointment with death, and before a Holy Perfect Just Judge, we stand guilty of transgressing His Perfect Moral Law written in our hearts. Our conscience (with science) testifies against us. Good works won't do anything as they wouldn't before a earthly judge, but someone can pay your fine. Only Jesus Christ, the Son of God, could, and only He did <3. Without His payment (grace), we receive justice (hell), and this is forever, but God provided a way <3. Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me (John 14:6). This is shared in pure love; God bless you.

  9. Rosalyn Renay
    Rosalyn Renay says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I also used a plant based diet to heal from lupus. It took me 6 months to heals because I didnt go completely raw at first. It has been 4 years and I haven't taken medication since. I was diagnosed with lupus in 2002.

  10. Paul Teng
    Paul Teng says:

    Thank you for sharing your story. Numerous accounts have been popping up all around of the benefits of raw/whole foods diet. I was diagnosed with Lupus almost 3 yrs ago, was suffering with terrible fatigue and flu like symptoms that would frequent without warning. Was put on medications for about 6 months but i only ended up feeling worse, and decided to go off them completely and change the way I eat to natural foods. I have to admit that i do slip up a few times as i just don't have the discipline as some others do, but even just doing whole foods for the most part has made a tremendous difference. We are what we eat!

  11. aiejai43
    aiejai43 says:

    This is total bullshit. Just because a person goes into remission does not mean that a raw diet did anything substantial for them. She may have had a mild form of lupus. Doctors don't look at your blood under a microscope. Total lies. You have to have Anti-DNA, Anti-LE, Anti-ANA and titers. Doctors don't just declare you cured. I was diagnosed over 36 years ago and I know SLE. Nothing about this story rings true. I have blood work done every three months and more often when I'm ill. SLE isn't a matter of detoxification it is an autoimmune disease and eating raw vegetables can't cure you. It is reckless and irresponsible to even promote such rhetoric.

  12. aiejai43
    aiejai43 says:

    Please don't believe the hype. I've been diagnosed with Systemic lupus for over 36 years. I have been on a plant based diet for most of those years. I was on a plant based diet when I was diagnosed at the age of 15 years old. Everytime I have ever flared up I have been on a plant based diet. Why, because I naturally shy away from animal proteins when I get sick. I have eaten nothing but a plant based diet for the last year any it has not improved my current situation. Sometimes you get lucky and go into remission. I have been in and out of remission several times. There is no cure for lupus. Sometimes you stay in remission sometimes you don't. If you do stay in remission, count yourself lucky. Please don't spread misinformation about a serious and potentially deadly disease. There are young people that watch these videos and they are already upset by the weight gain and other side effects from the disease and the meds. Giving them false hope a ideas that they can quit life saving treatment for eating raw vegetables and thinking they will be cured is purely irresponsible.

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