TRANSITIONING TO RAW

A GRADUAL TRANSITION TO RAW by Grapegate.com It is not essential that every individual takes the plunge into a 100% raw, high or all-fruit diet at the very beginning of their path toward health and wellness. Herein I propose an…

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THE DETOX DIET TRANSITION

How to start a DETOX! by Angela Ilascu

This is specially for the beginners but also for those who need to slow down the detox.
60% of the diet must be fresh fruits, fruit juice, smoothies. Dry fruits are accepted.
20% will be fresh vegetables and green leafs. You can consume them in salads or juices.
20% can be steamed vegetables, vegetable soups, or stir fry.
You can also consume sprouts, seeds and nuts, soaked in water.
You can start using herbs too.
This diet is transitional one and have the power to detox your body up to a point. Normally this is for one month but every individual is different. When you are ready, you can go to the next level.
Individuals with degenerative conditions must go directly to proper detox. They must follow a detox specialist advice.
My personal experience and the one with my clients taught me that going slowly in detox is much more efficient than going ”extreme” from the beginning.
Those with medical prescription should not stop taking their medication, detoxification goes in parallel.
Any way make sure that you have at least 1 bowel
movement a day (2-3 is perfect)
Drink plenty of liquid like clean water, herbal tea, and fresh juices.
Sweat by doing exercises or sauna
Meditate and pray
Stop eating after 6 pm
Go to bed at 10 o’clock and wake up early
Avoid stress and negative people in your life
We are not giving medical advice, we are following the Natural Law which works wonderful for us.
Take Your Life and Your Health in Your Hands. Take Responsibility for Your Actions. This is a Personal Journey.
LOVE AND LIGHT
Angela Ilascu

Raw Vegan (mostly) Still Going Strong at 95!

I skied with Klaus 20 years ago when he was 75 and I was in my 30’s. He was effortless as he skied non-stop while yodeling! We both arrived at the bottom of the run about the same time because I was exerting lots of energy and had to stop and catch my breath several times. It’s good to know that Klaus is mostly raw vegan! Enjoy this article!

http://www.wsj.com/articles/at-95-a-lifelong-skiier-says-the-source-of-his-vitality-is-his-workout-1448899633

Confession of a Former Meat Eater

meatmarket

I was just in Costa Rica eating the most sweet ripe and amazing pineapples, mangoes, bananas, star fruit, lychee fruit, watermelon, papayas, and more. When I walked by a meat stand in San Jose’s central market the smell almost made me vomit. The meat looked and smelled like death. I could smell the putrification yet this meat was probably freshly slaughtered. I left that market and headed straight for my favorite juice stand. Life is about choices and even if you live in a beautiful abundant garden like Costa Rica you can still order a Big Mac. It’s always up to you.

 

The Protein Myth

Gorilla

Humans are not a meat eating species. You don’t need protein. You need amino acids, and you will find plenty of them in fruit and leafy greens. In fact they are in all foods. Tell a gorilla that he needs to eat meat to grow up to be big and strong and he just might rip your head off! High protein diets are acidic and can destroy your kidneys leading to fun things like rheumatoid arthritis. Be good to yourself and eat the foods we are meant to eat — raw fruits and veggies.