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I'm being interviewed...

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I'm looking forward to being interviewed on a Teleseminar this Tuesday night.  Robert Dyckman of Acting Consciously is putting together some great resources for creative people who wish to move forward in their lives.  The topic is "Keeping Yourself (and your craft) Vibrantly Healthy."  It's free and you can register here.

Also, today I received the latest e-letter from Roger at How to Go Raw.  Once again, here is another first hand account of how a simple raw food diet heals disease and sustains wellness.  The woman in Roger Haeske's email says this:

"Within days all my health problems disappeared!   It changed my life, my health and my happiness!  I was doing a lot of things wrong at the time.  I was not eating enough fruit (hesitant because of the candida).  I was not getting enough greens (I focused more on vegetables, eating many I did not even care for), I was eating too much fat (consuming at least 1 avocado per day which I don't like, oil and nuts ~which I am allergic to, way too much salt, nama shoyu, bragg's liquid aminos, etc.)." 

Roger is a great friend who frequently serves as my raw food conscience.  Whenever I am blogging about my food, I can hear Roger's voice questioning all the fat that I may have eaten or praising my sticking to Dr. Graham's 80-10-10 parameters.   I hope Roger is reading my blog today!

People do not have to remain sick and sick and tired.  Wake up America!  Raw Foodism works! 

Posted on Monday, April 10, 2006 at 03:00PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments1 Comment

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Hi Stephen,

Yes I am reading. Thanks for posting that information about my newsletter. It's a fantastic story and I just added it to my blog.

Enjoy the meeting tonight. And I hope you have great success with your interview.

As far as eating habits, I think you do pretty well. I know I'm not perfect. I stick to raw and low fat raw. But I could do better in other departments.

Luckily I don't live in NYC or near places that sell lots of raw food (junk food) so I never got into the habit of eating that kind of food on a regular basis.

In some ways it can be a disadvantage to live in an area that supports raw foodists, because you'll also have easy access to food that is so-called raw, but less than healthy.

Though whatever you can get at a raw food restaurant is usually ten times better than any cooked food meal.

I hope you continue to keep me and everyone else posted with your blog. I enjoy reading it very much.

April 10, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterRoger Haeske

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