Want to lose weight? Eat raw!

You may know that I’ve been vegan for over 12 years. I had success with losing weight… in fact, in addition to the obvious health benefits, it’s one of the reasons I decided to transition to a vegan lifestyle.

When I decided to transition further to a raw diet, something interesting happened… I lost more weight! 12 pounds in 2 weeks to be exact. This was interesting because I actually ate more food than when I was vegan. There is a reason for this and I’ll it share with you in a future post.

Here are some interesting and very rewarding benefits about transitioning to a vegan/raw food lifestyle:

  • You can eat as much as you desire and not gain weight
  • Your body will find it’s optimal weight naturally
  • You can choose from a wide variety of delicious foods and never get bored
  • You’ll have abundant energy
  • Your taste buds will come alive
  • You’ll lose as much weight as you need naturally
  • You will become more aware of what your body wants (and needs)
  • Your thoughts will be sharp and clear
  • Most if not all your aches, pains and irritations will go away
  • You’ll lose taste for unhealthy foods and crave fresh, living foods

These are just some of the benefits I’ve experienced recently. I feel blessed for this experience and will share more in future posts.

If I can help or answer any questions, feel free to email to: vegancoach(AT)gmail.com (replace the AT with @).

Blessings,

Mark
http://vegandiet.blogspot.com

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Do I Need To Exercise On The Raw Diet?

Posted on January 29th, 2009 in cancer,eating,exercise,raw diet,weight loss by Vegan Raw Diet Advocate 1 Comment »

One of the questions I often hear is whether or not exercising is necessary since we’re already eating a healthy raw food diet.

There is a common misconception that just eating a better diet is enough to gain better health or lose weight. Yes, eating is one main part of the equation, but it’s only one part of the big picture.