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From: Claudine (cache-rtc-aa10.proxy.aol.com)
Subject:         E2Live vs. raw? Others experiences?
Date: June 20, 2006 at 5:42 pm PST

Lately, I've been really lax in raw since I am just happy to eat. As long as its vegan and doesn't cause serious respiratory problems, I need to eat, and haven't had any money to be picky. In some ways, I have enjoyed the freedom, to eat out with others, etc. if treated and be more normal. I have become more respectful of being thankful for food in general rather then the person that noone wants to take out to eat. I am enjoying being more social around food rather then feeling ostracized.

I have found that besides being vegan I really cannot eat processed foods, sodas (there must be some evil chemicals in these I'm certain!!), coffee (I cannot even test this one!), most grains, too much food with pesticides, and anything with wheat in it in general (allergy). I also do not feel well/satisfied/full on a high fruit/banana diet. I've been eating less and craving more and more fats especially and heavy foods like yubba (preferably fried, lol!) and beans/lentils that if I don't eat, I cannot think clearly and become extremely irritable. I guess its my bodies way of maintaining its weight on less food.

I am just wondering if others have followed the E2Live plan and how they felt different from raw? I think having some frozen veggies and beans/lentils would help my budget and might be healthier since high cholesterol runs in my family. I just have been so hungry lately and started eating some fried items to get the full feeling. I lost my job at the raw company so lots of nuts is out of the question now. And like I said, bananas make me feel awful and irritable if I try to fill up on them. I guess since I metabolize food fast, the fats make me feel better then the sugars do, natural or not. I'm not sure where to go with on my diet now on a low budget. But this won't be forever. I do know sugars and grains don't make me feel good, except I do corn ok.

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