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How Small Amounts Of Cooked Food Can Derail A Raw Diet With Brian Rossiter

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

In episode five of the Raw Food Health Podcast I talk to Brian Rossiter about how small amounts of cooked food kept him from feeling well on a predominantly-raw diet, and the difference going 100 percent has made.

Brian is a former coaching client of mine who has recently published an ebook giving his tips for success.

I also talk about a “cheat,” meditation, the need to eat greens and fruit at the right maturity level, and an interesting workout I recently had.

Show Notes

Free Meditation Audio Andrew Recommends

Controversial Chromium Supplementation Article

Adam’s Protein Comment (Click on view comments and then look for Adam’s post).

Brian Rossiter’s Website

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