Archive for December, 2011

Eight Nutrition Mistakes Raw Foodists Make

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

If you unquestionably accept the RDAs, RDIs, and other nutrient-intake guidelines set by this world’s medical organizations and government agencies, you’re going to be one confused raw foodist.

Raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds are the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, right? So why, when we enter our diets into nutrient-tracker websites and software, do we come up short in a number of key nutrients?

My coaching clients are often concerned by these perceived shortfalls because they view the RDAs/RDIs as universal, when nothing could be further from the truth.

If you actually look at the science you’ll see that those healthy diets have radically different needs than your average SAD eater.

In this article we reexamine our need for eight key nutrients. You may be surprised with what you find out.

Read the article here.


The Endurance Benefits Of A Raw Food Diet

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Andy has heard that going raw causes almost-magical improvements in a person’s running ability. He wants to know if I’ve noticed this.

The answer is yes, and I tell him why here.


The Beautiful Red Banana

Monday, December 5th, 2011

I’ve been feasting on some amazing red bananas recently.

Check them out.