WHAT I EAT – Vegan Muscle Building Challenge

In this video I show some of the plant based Vegan food I eat while gaining muscle and staying lean. As long as you eat enough calories and work hard in the gym you will gain strength and muscle mass. No protein powders, bodybuilding supplements or animal products.

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Raw Diet Recipe – Thai Salad Amazing Dressing Vegan Easy Healthy

This recipe is all about the dressing not the salad, you will not believe this this raw or vegan, this creamy paste can be made thicker if you like and act as a pate or dip. Lemongrass, Galangal, Ginger, Garlic, Lime leaves, Chili, Cilantro, Lime juice, water, sesame seeds, raw peanuts and oil make up this amazing dressing. Try using almonds, walnuts in fact any type of nuts or seeds you like. Packed with Flavor if you are on a raw food diet then this i think is for you. Enjoy. This simple salad is great for weight loss, health and general well being. So easy to make and will do you the world of good. The idea is that heating food destroys its nutrients and natural enzymes, which is bad because enzymes boost digestion and fight chronic disease. In short: When you cook it, you kill it. They claim that a raw food diet can clear up headaches and allergies, boost immunity and memory, and improve arthritis and diabetes. Think uncooked, unprocessed, mostly organic foods. Your staples: raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and sprouted grains. Some eat unpasteurized dairy foods, raw eggs, meat, and fish. Your food can be cold or even a little bit warm, as long as it doesn’t go above 118 degrees. You can use blenders, food processors, and dehydrators to prepare foods. Due to the risk of food poisoning, a raw foods diet isn’t recommended for pregnant women, young children, seniors, people with weak immune systems, and those with chronic medical conditions like kidney disease. Gluten-free: Most raw foods, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, are naturally gluten-free. You’ll probably lose weight on this diet, since most of its foods are low in calories, fat, and sodium, and high in fiber. One study found that people who followed a raw foods diet lost a significant amount of weight. A raw food diet is low in calories, high in fiber, and based on primarily healthy whole-plant foods, so eating this way will lead to weight loss.



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The Raw Chef TV | Raw food almond chocolate chip cookie recipe

Fresh food; better nutrition; improved health, more energy, and weight loss; easy kitchen clean-up; lower environmental impact—all these are positive aspects of a raw food diet. But you may be hesitating to try it because of the perceived disadvantages—unfamiliar techniques; special equipment such as dehydrators, high-speed blenders and spiralizers; unusual ingredients; long preparation times and the need to plan ahead to allow for soaking, sprouting and dehydrating; and lengthy and elaborate raw food recipes. Even worse is the fear of being limited to nothing but boring salads and one cold meal after another, especially in the winter when you really want warming foods.
Fear no more. Raw food can be quick, fun, and easy, and you don’t need to be 100% raw to benefit from a raw food diet.
If you’re interested in following a raw food diet or if you already do and want to increase your skills and repertoire of raw food recipes, Russell James, aka The Raw Chef, can help. He offers a wide range of raw food recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, beverages (including smoothies and juices), desserts and more. Many are quick and easy to prepare, while others are showstoppers for when you need an impressive dish for a dinner party or holiday meal. Some need special equipment such as a dehydrator, but others do not. His demonstrations and explanations of such specialized equipment can help you decide if and what to purchase. Through videos and step-by-step instructions lightened with humor, Russell also teaches the techniques you need, from basics such as knife skills to garnishing your dishes so that they are as beautiful as they are delicious.
In this video, Russell uses almond pulp left over from making almond milk to make raw chocolate chip cookies. To make the dough, combine the almond pulp, lucuma, powdered coconut sugar, raisins or goji berries, vanilla powder, salt, and maple syrup. Add water in small amounts until the dough binds together. To make the chocolate chips, grate ½ cup cacao butter and then melt it. Blend with 1 cup cashews, 3 tablespoons powdered coconut sugar, ¾ cup water, ½ cup cacao powder, and a pinch of salt. Place an icing bag in a glass, fill with the chocolate, and chill for 90 minutes. Cut a small piece off the tip of the icing bag and pipe chocolate chips onto baking parchment. Place on a tray and freeze for a few hours. Stir the chocolate chips into the dough. Then use a small scoop to form cookies on a nonstick dehydrator sheet, flattening the cookies with your hand. Dehydrate at 105° F. for 8–10 hours. The cookies will keep in the refrigerator for about a week.
Born in the south of England, Russell spent most of his teens and early to mid-20s working in various jobs, such as in fast food restaurants, as a manager in a supermarket and as a driving instructor.
It wasn’t until the age 28 in 2004 when he was in Koh Samui, Thailand, doing a fast to clear up the skin problem that had developed during his time at the fast food restaurant that he discovered raw food.
He quickly got excited about the vibrancy and creativity of raw foods and the health benefits they bring. Spurred on by the fact that he’d never heard of raw food and with a desire to bring it into mainstream awareness in a way that is fun and modern, he set about following his passion, at first as a hobby.
When he posted pictures of his food on his blog, people started to notice and comment on how great his food looked. Russell discovered techniques and a natural ability to create beautiful raw recipes from widely available ingredients and started teaching people in his local area. News spread and Russell soon found himself teaching people from all over the UK and even people from other countries in Europe and the US, who would travel to come and be taught by him.
It quickly became clear to Russell that his passion was to bring raw foods to anyone who was excited about it and needed the technical knowledge to make it work.
Russell’s passion is to show you that far from feeling restricted on a raw food diet, you have an abundance of options, whether that being eating raw sandwiches all week or putting on a show-stopping dinner party for friends.
The Times has hailed Russell as the United Kingdom’s leading raw chef, and others have acknowledged his passion and skills:
“Russell James is a true professional; talented and creative, and a pleasure to work with. I particularly admire his dedication to raw food cuisine, and his unwavering interest in its forward movement.”—Matthew Kenney
“I was very impressed with Russell James’ raw and living foods cuisine. He’s a pleasure to work with and a rising culinary star.”—David Wolfe
Russell James has now taught thousands of people about the abundance of options in a raw food diet through his blog, videos, online courses, and eBooks. For more raw food recipes, including a free eBook with his top ten recipes, visit http://www.therawchef.com

Growing in Straight Organic and Biodynamic Compost in my Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Sonoma Compost to pickup more compost for his garden. In this episode you will learn why compost should be the #1 soil ammendment for your garden to build fertility. You will also learn about the all new Demeter Certified Biodynamic Compost that is now available at Sonoma Compost. You will also discover the reason why John grows in straight compost and how it is possible, when the “experts” say you can’t grow in straight compost… You will also learn the difference between the Organic OMRI compost and the new biodynamic compost that is now available at Sonoma Compost.

No, I Would Not Feed a Child a Raw Vegan Diet

I would never feed a child a fully raw food diet and here are 4 reasons why.



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Home of Dr. Axe

In this video, I explain superfoods and how beneficial they are to our health. Superfoods are foods from around the world that are very nutrient dense. Do you get enough superfoods in your diet? I will walk you through how you can achieve extraordinary health through your diet.


1. Green Superfoods
-Grasses (wheat, barley, and oat grass): loaded with chlorophyll to alkalize the body, reduce acidity, and help prevent cancer
-Algae (chlorella, spirulina): protein-rich, remove heavy metals to help detoxify the body

2. Fruits
– Berries (acai, maqui, goji): loaded with nutrients, very high in antioxidants, high ORAC score
– Pomegranates & Grapes: high in antioxidants, such as resveratrol

3. Vegetables
-Carrots: full of beta carotene
-Tomatoes: full of lycopene
-Spinach and Kale: loaded with lutein and xanthene
-Parsley: one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet

4. Herbs
– Cinnamon: highest ORAC value, very high in antioxidants
– Turmeric: anti-inflammatory
– Ginger: anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants
– Aloe: beneficial for digestion

5. Probiotics and Enzymes
– very good for digestion and immune heath

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This year, I decided to recreate my favorite 5 candies for Halloween. So here healthy homemade versions of Snickers, Twix, Gummy Bears, Peanut Butter Cups and Twizzlers.
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Gordon Cooks Steak For A Vegetarian – Gordon Ramsay

Gordon heads to London Zoo, where Hannah the zookeeper feeds the animals better than she feeds herself. Can Gordon convince her to try a steak for the first time in 3 years?
From Gordon Ramsay’s The F Word

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