36-Year Raw Foodist Don Weaver Talks About Aging Well On Raw Foods and Remineralizing Our Food And SoilMonday, February 18th, 2013
In episode 19 of the Raw Food Health Podcast I talk to Don Weaver, who has been eating a raw food vegan diet for 36 years. We talk about thriving when most people his age are in physical and mental decline, and our mutual passions of gardening, growing fruit trees, improving the nutrient content of our foods through remineralization, and ratcheting up the health of the planet with improvements to agriculture.
Don is the author of three ebooks:
Two, To Love And Regenerate The Earth and The Survival of Civilization (co-authored with John Hamaker) are available for free through the Soil And Health Library.
The third, Regenerate The Earth, is available through Vibrance Magazine for $12.
Remineralize The Earth is the nonprofit organization that Don Weaver is involved in.
Find my plantain ripening video here.
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