My Transition to Eating 100% RAW ♥ (Skin & Health Improvements!)

What to eat Raw

Hi everyone! This video was initially A LOT longer because I guess there’s just so much to say on this “new change” :) but I tried to keep all the topics short & sweet. Let me know if there’s anything you’d like me to talk more in depth about in a separate video! Also, feel free to share if you are currently on raw foods or if it’s something you would like to try one day.

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My Raw Vegan Pasta Sauce: – super good over raw / regular pasta, as a salad dressing, as a dip…


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Something I forgot to mention, is the topic about weight (I saw a few comments on this under my last video). Some people are worried about gaining / loosing weight on this type of diet. I think it really differs from person to person. I personally haven’t lost or gained any weight after one week of eating raw – but then again, my intention is not to have it affect my weight. I’m doing this to strengthen and detoxify my body. I will keep you updated on this in the next coming weeks.

Inspirational people / channels I follow:

Freelee The Banana Girl:
Happy Healthy Vegan:
Durian Rider:
Plant Based Athlete:
Kerry McCarpet:
Tim Shieff:
Fully Raw Kristina:
The Best Transformation:

Eat more calories to loose weight

Books I recommend:
80/10/10 by Dr. Douglas Graham
The China Study by Dr. T Colin Campbell
Whole by Dr. T Colin Campbell
The Starch Solution by Dr. John McDougall
Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn
Reversing Diabetes by Dr. Neal Barnard

Documentary mentioned: Forks Over Knives

Also check out: Food Inc, Earthlings, Food Matters

Learn more about Raw Till 4
How To:
Freelee The Banana Girl:
30 Bananas A Day:

Interested in going Vegan? Check out these links:
101 Reasons To Go Vegan:
Gary Yourofsky’s Best Speech You’ll Ever Hear:
If Slaughterhouses Had Glass Walls:
Vegan Take0ver:

My blogpost about High Carb Low Fat Vegan success:

Disclaimer: I am not a certified medical practitioner, and the information given is based on my own experiences and from the research I’ve done. If you have any serious conditions, always consult your doctor first :)

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Benefits and Problems of the Raw Vegan Lifestyle with 19 Year Raw Vegan

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19 Year Raw Vegan Author, Karen Ranzi, talks about the early problems she experienced with the raw vegan diet and the long term benefits of the raw vegan lifestyle.

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Vegan Gas Station Food Challenge!

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Does traveling as a vegan sound challenging? Do you wonder what vegans can eat on the go? During my recent move I decided to challenge myself and see what vegan food I could find in a random gas station in the middle of “Podunk” Florida. Hopefully this will help show that it’s not that difficult to find vegan food- even on the run. Links to all products below! **PLEASE NOTE- Funyuns are NOT vegan but several Funyun knockoffs like “Onyums” are! Also the Crab Chips have honey- my bad, guys!**

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Vegan Gas Station Foods Found (some contain sugar- use your judgment):
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Smuckers Squeeze Jelly:
Jif Peanut Butter:
Dole Peaches:
Sahale Maple Pecans:
Sahale Pomegranate Pistachios:
The Daily Crave Veggie Sticks:
The Daily Crave Veggie Chips:
Garden Veggie Straws:
Cinnamon Apple Straws:
Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Chips:
Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Chips:
Pretzel Crisps Original:
Snyder’s of Hanover Mini Pretzels:
Snyder’s of Hanover Sourdough Pretzels:
Nature Valley Crunch Peanut Butter Bar:
Nature Valley Fruit and Nut Bar:
Clif Bars (check each flavor):
Bare Simply Toasted Coconut Chips:
Snak Club Fancy Trail Mix:
True North Almond Pecan Crunch:
Cape Cod Sweet Mesquite BBQ Chips:
Cape Cod Sea Salt Chips:
Lays BBQ Chips:
Lance Peanut Snacks:
Tostitos Salsa:
Bugles Original:
Gordettos Special Request Garlic Rye Chips:
Lenny and Larry’s The Complete Cookie:
Utz Natural Kettle Cooked Chips: (couldn’t find these online) ☹
Zapp’s Potato Chips New Orleans Voodoo Style:
True Fruit Cherry Medley:
Van Holten’s Dill Pickles:
Doritos Spicy Sweet Chili Chips:

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Great Raw Dessert Cooking Lesson

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Here is a a great raw cake recipe from the Trupp Cooking school; Orange and nut cake with Figs.

It very easy to make and not only is eat delicious but of course its RAW!

Here is the recipe:
Orange and nut cake with Figs
(one 9-inch cake tin)

1 cup of desiccated coconut
3 heaped tablespoons of cacao powder
3 soft dates (stones removed)
1 tablespoon of coconut oil

Zest and juice of 3 oranges
2/3 of a cup of honey
3 cups of cashew nut (soaked overnight)
1/4 vanilla bean
1 cup of melted coconut oil

To garnish:
1/4 cup crushed pistachio nuts
3 fresh figs cut into halves
a few edible flowers

Place all the ingredients for the crust into a blender bowl
Bend together until sticky
Transfer it to a cake tin and then press it down firmly especially at the edges.
Place all the filling ingredients into the blender then precess for 3 minutes.
Then pour it on to the cake.
Then place it into the fridge for approximately 6 hours.
Take it out and heat the cake ring with a flame burner.
Remove it and then garnish it with some pistachio nuts, fresh figs cut in half and edible flowers. If you don’t have any figs then you could top them with orange slices.

How easy is that? If you like that and you live in Melbourne I know they run cooking classes throughout the year, and one cooking course is on healthy and wholesome salads which is held later in the year. The other course that maybe of interest to many is; ‘The Lost Art of Fermentation”, which shows how to ferment your raw foods.