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From: Mike (24.114.77.149)
Subject:         Low fat vegan cooked vs raw
Date: June 17, 2013 at 12:27 pm PST

Hi Dr Graham

I was a 100% raw vegan for about 6 months. But I was misguided
because I was eating high fat foods. For the first 3-4 months I felt great
but then I started to have digestion problems.
I started eating rice and cooked veggies and roots again. Sweet potato,
pumpkin, squash etc with baked or steamed broccoli, kale, ochre etc. I do
not use any oil and do not eat any nuts. I eat rice probably once a week.
Have mono fruit meals twice a day and have a salad with some cooked
veggies.
I've also started doing strength training at the gym 3 times a week. And
take walks on the other days. i find my digestion is better with ZERO nuts
and oils and a little avocado.
Can I still reap the benefits of being a low fat vegan even if I'm not 100%
raw? I live in Canada and find the quality of fruit to be terrible during the
winter months. Although we do get imported fruit all year round, most
fruits are picked far too early, are shriveled and dry and just don't taste
right during the winter months. The quality of fruit is terrible during hat time
of year.
Any suggestions?
Thanks.

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