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From: Morgan (
Subject:         Calories intake, parasites
Date: May 10, 2013 at 11:36 pm PST

Hello Dr. Douglas.

I love your book and have been following it for about a month now. Can you please answer some questions I have.

Sometimes I work unexpectedly long days (15 hrs) and run out of fruit to meet all my daily calories. Is it better to eat cooked vegan food to meet the calories or is it better just not to eat? Letís say Iím supposed to eat 2500 calories a day and Iím at 1700 and have no fruit or veggies. Do I just leave it as is, if I am not that hungry or do you think it is better to eat more available cooked vegan? Sometimes I just donít have enough fruits and veggies because I didnít prepare enough. Iím trying to prepare better but when it does happen which do you think is better? Not meeting the calorie intake of the day, or meeting it with cooked food?

I also have parasites and other raw food friends say I should not be eating much fruits as the sugar feeds the parasites. What do you think? I have been following 80/10/10 and my stool is kind of loose. I can always see pieces of the food, even though I make sure I chew really well and itís liquid in my mouth (it is like that after drinking shakes as well). Iím sure itís the parasites acting out. Do I get rid of them if I just keep going on 80/10/10? Is there any fruit I should not eat much? Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you.

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