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Raw Food log, 2007, 10/31...

On Wednesday, October 31, 2007...

Breakfast- 2 lbs white seedless grapes

Lunch- 1/2 lb white seedless grapes

Dinner- 5 Bartlett pears, 1 large head Romaine lettuce

I felt terrific after having eaten 9 consecutive 100% raw meals.

Posted on Thursday, November 1, 2007 at 12:52PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments3 Comments

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hi Stephen
I commend you on you honesty and tribulations on your food choices. Please do not beat your self up this is your food journey be it raw or cooked you need to do what is right for you at this particular time. I too eat predominately raw and on occasion will eat something uncooked and have learned that this is not the end of the world.Ikeep exercising and I feel great Glad to see the blog I missed it and sorry the raw festival was a disappointment.

Take care and good health
Blanche
November 1, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBlanche
Stephen, I second what Blanche wrote, and I know you will work things out. Do what feels best to you, and your body will respond. The only thing that I question is all the sugar you're getting from the grapes, pears, and similar fruits. Do you think that having more dark green leafy vegetables and more of a variety of fruit and vegetables and nuts and seeds would be better as a more balanced diet?

Stay well, and blessings to you, you're a beautiful soul.

Ariel
November 1, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAriel
Blanche, Ariel, thank you. I know, without a doubt, that it is all working itself out. For the most part I feel accepting of what's going on with me and food at the moment. It's just a little uncomfortable to disclose it.

Regarding fruit, I physically feel best when I'm eating sweet juicy fruit and greens. I like nuts and seeds occasionally for a treat or if I just feel drawn to them. I used to eat a lot of them, but over time, they became less satisfying, triggered cravings for more and contributed to me overeating. Sometimes I'd get headaches or feel bloated. I just naturally and without much difficulty reduced my intake. I know that many people feel comfortable and don't seem to have problems eating nuts and seeds but I just feel better when I eat predominately fruit and greens. Who knows, maybe this will change for me too. Thanks again.
November 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterStephen

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