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From: The Sproutarian (110.22.102.86)
Subject:         Re: sproutarian: Re: Dental health - raw diet
Date: September 5, 2014 at 4:05 pm PST

In Reply to: sproutarian: Re: Dental health - raw diet posted by Gina on September 5, 2014 at 1:40 am:

Yes, 100% raw requires real dedication and a different mind set from the average person. The mainstream and all raw don't seem to mix too well. Going from 90% raw to all raw is a whole new ballgame.

Of course l see Brian's and my diet as a better diet over Lou's, BUT it doesn't mean it will be all smooth sailing with my or Brian's diet. It can take some time to balance the body out and find combinations in the diet which work for you, but you should find it easier and safer than many of the raw vegan diets out their.

I hope you do try Lou's diet. Trying my diet or Brian's is so full on....takes LOTS of work each day and can really play on the mind (can be stressful) until you start thriving on the diet.

My diet is different to Brian's because it has a lot of emphasis on sprouted chia, sprouted flax, sprouted fenugreek, sprouted broccoli, seaweeds along with hydrilla and chlorella. Of course there are other foods but these are the crucial ones. I call the fenugreek sprouts, sprouted chia, chlorella and hydrilla the great balancers of the vegan diet...they play such an important role.

You only go sproutarian if you are on death's door or really hardcore and want to experience big dreams. It is hard work and the food is very strong tasting, but taste buds adjust to the strong tastes. To me the fruits are side dishes (a snack only for most people who are not athletes) and mature vegetables are only a condiment. I would much prefer the radish sprouts, broccoli sprouts and kale sprouts over their much milder mature vegetable. Green veggie juice tastes like water to me...it lacks the punch and substance of the more beefy greens. Weed juice is also good...has a unique impact on the mind different from other greens.

Gina - if you need some help with anything you know where to find me (my site). I won't always be able to post here as l have been doing because of heavy time restaints.

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