Archive for October, 2012

Saving Lots Of Money On A Raw Food Diet

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

You dream big – shelves overflowing with fruit and plenty of greens and herbs in the fridge; an abundant pantry is key when it comes to succeeding on a raw food diet.

But if you try to buy all these wonderful foods through a traditional supermarket, you’re going to go broke.

Luckily, there are ways to save a lot of money by cutting out middle men, pooling your buying power, and picking up food that is considered, “overripe”, but which isn’t really.

In episode ten of the raw food health podcast we talk about what you can do to save big.

Other Topics:

1) Andrew gives an update on moving to Austin

2) How to get rid of fruit flies

3) Outdoor body weight exercises in the absence of gym equipment.

 

Show Notes:

Is Spirulina worth your time?

Fixing your raw foodie dry skin.

Christina talks about building the Rawfully Organic Co-op

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The Best Place To Live On A Raw Food Diet

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

What’s the best place to be a raw foodist?

It becomes obvious to most people eating a raw food diet for more than a few months that their societies are not ideally set up to allow them to thrive at their highest level.

You can make your home, and your home town, much healthier places, but sometimes you just want to vacation or move to an ideal setup.

I’ve traveled pretty extensively, and I know that in my mind, there are a handful of places that I think of when it comes to ideal raw food living.

What place is at the top of my list? Find out in this podcast.

Other Topics Covered:

1) My view on Don Bennett’s preference for multivitamin pills and powdered greens over whole, fresh vegetables
2) Why the tropics are not always as ideal as we might think.
3) Turkish gettups with a barbell.
4) The peanut butter and banana sandwich replacer.

Show Notes:

1) Greening The Desert

2) Muang Mai Market

3) Why The Grass Isn’t Always Greener Down South

4) Savory Raw Dressings And Sauces

How To Listen To This Episode And/Or Subscribe To The Podcast:

Note: new episodes may take a few hours to show up on some subscription platforms, but you can always listen immediately via the player at the bottom of this blog.

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Growing Younger On Raw Foods With Don Bennett

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Don Bennett Raw FoodsWhat if you didn’t have to get old?

I’m not talking about Peter Pan and his lost boys not growing up, but a kind of maturity in which the symptoms that virtually everyone in the western world experiences as they get older -arthritis, loss of energy, the development of diseases, and the need for medications – just do not occur.

Don Bennett is a 56-year-old health educator who feels like he’s getting younger on his diet of raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, and in episode eight of The Raw Food Health Podcast I talk to him about bucking the aging trend with the right food and lifestyle choices.

Topics Don and I Discuss:

1) Finding the raw diet from an intellectual approach
2) Don’s experience with getting older without feeling older after more than 20 years on a raw food diet.
3) Why Don thinks we need to be supplementing a diet that comes from the modern agricultural system.
4) We discuss dogmatic adherence to a raw food diet.
5) Supplementing with the mineral chromium.

Show Notes:

My article on taking chromium to deal with insomnia and melon belly.

– Video on not overeating on a raw diet.

– Video on revving up your libido on a raw diet.

– Don’s website, Health101.org

– The advanced articles at Health101.org

Don’s books

How To Listen To This Episode And/Or Subscribe To The Podcast:

Note: new episodes may take a few hours to show up on some subscription platforms, but you can always listen immediately via the player at the bottom of this blog.

Option One: Subscribe via iTunes. Itunes is the best choice for iPod, iPhone and iPad users, as well as those on various operating systems who already use iTunes to mange their audio files.

Subscribe Via Itunes

Option Two: Subscribe via Stitcher. Stitcher is a good choice for android phone users. Download the android Stitcher app here.

Option Three: To download the episode and transfer it to your phone, mp3 player, tablet, etc, right click on “download” under the player at the bottom of this post and save it to the directory you want.

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