Eating whole, live foods is a highway to love + light + vibrancy in your life, but remember that what works for one individual won’t necessarily be the best thing for the next person. You are an individual. You have an absolutely unique set of cells that nobody else on the planet has.
As a raw vegan or someone transitioning into this diet, you’re eating so many more fruits and veggies, so you should consider the quality of the produce you consume. If the bulk of what you’re putting in your body is fruit and vegetables, you want to be sure they are actually going to improve your health.
Today I wanted to talk to you about something other than the food you put in your body… Because I want you to know that LFRV (low-fat raw vegan) is much more than just a diet - it’s a lifestyle. I believe it isn’t enough to just eat the right foods; if you aren’t living the other parts of your life in harmony with the same mindset, it will be difficult to maintain long-term.
These past few weeks I’ve talked a lot about food combining. That’s because it’s an essential cornerstone of a successful Low Fat Raw Vegan diet. Get this wrong and you could still end up with a bunch of symptoms you were trying to escape in the first place by embarking on the journey as a LFRV.