Archive for September, 2012

Why You Shouldn’t Overeat On A Raw Diet

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

Over the last few years, talk in the raw vegan community has swung away from a science-based understanding of caloric requirements toward a model which insists that even small, sedentary people should be eating an amount of calories which can potentially cause weight gain.

The matter is made even more confusing because some people can be quite thin while eating many more calories than they seem to require using basal metabolic rate estimates, while others quickly start putting on weight.

I know from experimentation that my own caloric requirements are several hundred calories lower than BMR calculators like suggest, and I can gain fat by eating more calories than my body requires.

So when someone tells you that you need to be eating at least 3,000 calories a day when you’re 5’1, and sedentary, should you listen?

In this video I discuss some of the factors that can influence how many calories you require.

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Chris Kendall Talks Raw Food Success And The Mental Sides Of The Raw Lifestyle

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Skateboarder, yogi, raw chef, and creator of a life that is undeniably interesting, Chris Kendall is a raw foodist who catches peoples attention.

In episode seven of the Raw Food Health Podcast, I talk to Chris about consciously creating his own reality, why he decided to go raw, as well as a myriad of other topics.

In This Episode:

1) Andrew’s summer of giving talks in Connecticut to yogis, Crossfitters, and the health conscious.

2) The subjective model of reality Andrew employs with great success, and the need to control your mental state.

3) Attempting to learn the muscle up.

4) The Chris Kendall interview.

5) One of Andrew’s favorite recipes.

Show Notes

– Why processed food is addicting article

– The Raw Food Lifestyle Ebok

– Chris Kendall’s site: The Raw Advantage

– Andrew’s Mango salsa with burritos recipe.

– An Amazing muscle up video (first move of the performance).

– How to be fitter than 95% of the US population

– A Processed Diet vs Raw Diet Comparison video

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Become Fitter And Healthier Than 95% Of The US In Six Steps

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

Feeling like a slacker? You can pull ahead of 95% of the US Population in health and fitness by making six changes to your life.

If you’re willing to make one dietary change, one bodily change, and master four exercises, inside of a year you can literally be an elite who is stronger, quicker, and less likely to become ill than most of the people around you.

Want to know how to get started?

Check out the video below.

The links mentioned in this video are below the video player.

Video Notes:

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Luna Sandals Review

Vibram Five Fingers Review

Why I started running barefoot/minimalist

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