The Raw Food Health Podcast Episode One: Debunking Raw Food Myths With Adam Greer

The Raw Food Health Podcast

The Raw Food Health Podcast


Welcome to the first episode of the Raw Food Health Podcast, a show about improving your health with raw fruits and vegetables.

What’s on the menu today?

– Andrew talks about why he decided to go on a crazy raw food diet

– Slacklining and improving balance

– The raw food tip of the week: is raw corn really healthy?

– Addressing raw food nutrition myths with nutritional therapist Adam Greer – part one.

If you enjoy this show, then please leave a comment to let me know what you think.

How to listen:

1) Press the play button on the audio player at the bottom of this post and listen right in your browser

2) Download the mp3 file using the download link under the player and put the mp3 file on any electronic device offering mp3 playback support such as an Ipod or other mp3 player, tablet, phone, etc.

3) Subscribe via itunes using the link below so you’ll automatically get every episode as it’s released. (Note: if you don’t have itunes installed or don’t use a mac, the subscription button may not work until next week when apple approves the podcast.)

The Raw Food Health Podcast Itunes Subscription Link






If the above button does not work, you can do this:
1) Launch iTunes.
2) In the Advanced menu, select Subscribe to Podcast.
3) Enter this feed URL in the text box and click OK:

Show Notes And Links:

Nutrition Requirements – What nutrients we should be concerned about on a raw diet, and how to adjust cronometer to have good nutrient goals.

Listen To The Show:


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20 Responses to “The Raw Food Health Podcast Episode One: Debunking Raw Food Myths With Adam Greer”

  1. Anzhela says:

    Thank you Andrew for creating the podcast, it’s such a great idea but I just can’t seem to be able to subscribe on itunes.

  2. Bee says:

    The link to the iTunes subscription is “invalid”… Is there anyway to fix this?

  3. Lance Zimmer says:

    Podcasts are great if you are a part of the apple empire……what are we supposed to do with Android mobile devices? I don’t know if there is a way for those of us with Andriod phones to be able to connect to the content. If not, can you provide a downloadable audio file?

  4. Paul Palmer says:

    I enjoyed the podcast very much. Your choice of Adam Greer for the interview is excellent. I always look for his comments on 30 Bananas a Day.

  5. Rachel says:

    Hi Andrew

    Congratulations on the first episode.

    Adam’s interview was informative, interesting and extremely helpful. I’m looking forward to the concluding part.

    R x

  6. Jeremy says:

    I clicked on the download link but it only brings up a player in the browser.

  7. jeremy says:

    Got it thanks, great podcast too.

  8. Adam says:

    Hey Andrew

    Thanks for this. I just wanted to comment for anyone listening/reading, when I listened back just now I realised I said something that might not be clear. The bacteridetes:firmicutes ratio is epigenetic, rather than genetic in nature. The main genetic determinant is about how the immune system responds to the ratio’s of these in order to manage the gut flora populations. But the large part is epigenetic (ie. it depends on the environment, beginning with maternal gut flora, immunity and diet in utero, and later with breast milk, diet, stress etc and finally the overall dietary composition as to what these populations look like). I realised when listening that I had been talking about genetics, but then used an example that was more epigenetic in nature. My apologies if that was confusing to anyone.

    Take care

    Adam x

  9. Thanks for sharing, is there an e-mail subscription option? Would like to listen to part two :)

  10. Jake Brittain says:

    Podcast was Awesome! I love it and don’t stop!! Great info and knowledge!!

  11. Marina says:

    Dear Andrew,
    I highly value and appreciate your work. This postcad is wonderful!
    Regards from Serbia,

  12. Lankanainen says:

    Yes, yes, yes, more of this! I much prefer audio to video, and will definitely tune in for more podcasts.

    Also, thank you for the science-based interview. Too many promoters of raw food make claims about the benefits of raw food without any science to back it up, and it makes it hard for me to believe them, or to share their messages with other people.

    Oh, and now I also understand why I can’t get fresh corn (only pre-cooked) where I live. :-)

    • Paul Palmer says:

      Terveisia. Small world to meet a fellow Finn here in a raw vegan discussion. I agree with what you have to say about Adam being science based and going where the evidence takes him. He always has useful input.

      Best Wishes,
      Paul Palmer

  13. Nicole says:

    I always appreciate Andrew’s newsletters and site, it is always very informative and well researched and what is of special interest with Adam Greer is that he is catering for rawfoodists not would-be, and deals with the questions that rawfoodists have, it is quite advanced knowledge. What is great, i find also, is that they give you tons of really interesting info without making you pay. I am sick of rawfoodists who give you a trickle of info and tell you you have to buy their book if you want to find out the answer. The cause is too important to limit it to the rich !

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