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Posts from — February 2011

5 Common Mistakes Made on a Raw Food Diet

So you’ve been on a raw food diet for a while now and you feel stuck. You have cravings all the time, you have low energy, you haven’t experienced the health and vitality that everyone talks about, and you definitely don’t have “the glow”. You aren’t alone. There’s a reason you and so many like […]

February 28, 2011   6 Comments

The One Way to Eat Raw That Works

Think there is no one way to eat a raw food diet that works for everyone? Think some people thrive on lots of fat, while others thrive on piles of fruit? You’re wrong. You Just Aren’t That Special You’ve got to stop listening to “experts” who espouse the “whatever-works-for-you” diet model. The ones who tell […]

February 25, 2011   7 Comments

Raw Food Controversies Review

Have you heard about Frederic Patenaude’s latest release, Raw Food Controversies? (Who hasn’t, right?) I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of this tell-all book for months now and I just recently got my hands on a copy. I read the whole 400+ pages in a couple days, I just couldn’t put it down! But I’m […]

February 22, 2011   6 Comments

Primal vs. Low Fat Raw: Give Up the Grains?

I recently criticized Mark Sisson’s primal diet, the low carb, high fat diet that he defended during Kevin Gianni’s Great Health Debate. I thought that was everything I had to say, but it seems there’s one more point that I really want to address. And it actually has to do with a similarity between the […]

February 18, 2011   12 Comments

10 Reasons Why the Primal Diet is Wrong

I didn’t get a chance to listen to most of Kevin Gianni’s Great Health Debate last week, but I was able to make room in my schedule for two night lectures. One of those lectures was Mark Sisson and Frederic Patenaude’s debate on low carb vs. high carb diets. The foundation of Mark’s primal diet […]

February 14, 2011   42 Comments