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FMTV - 100 Days In The Raw

100 Days In The Raw

Runtime: 86m 46s | Release date: 2015

This film features: David Wolfe.

After a devastating breast cancer diagnosis followed by a lumpectomy, mastectomy and two years of breast reconstruction surgery and recovery, filmmaker Tracy Sabeti makes the decision to take full responsibility for her health. Joined by five friends, each dealing with their own health issues, they embark on a 100-day journey vowing to eat only raw, vegan food.

*Disclaimer

  • Please be advised that although we feel there are important messages in this film, we also acknowledge that there may be conflicting ideologies that challenge beliefs. We like to encourage our viewers to do their own diligent research to determine which is the right approach for them as we regard nutrition and health as being highly individualized and not a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Additionally, the following footage contains graphic imagery that may be disturbing /upsetting to some viewers.

Featuring:

David Wolfe
Amy Jean Davis
Tracy Sabeti        
Mimi Kirk
Fedele Bauccio
Jenny Ross
Lauren Birnbryer

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karen bedard | 2 weeks ago
Kind of inspiring. I fast forwarded through the meat part which i found strange to have in a raw film. I also never found out how the blonde lady did in the end..did she make it to the end? No one seemed to struggle which i am sure it couldn't have been that easy. The film didn't wrap up properly and left a lot of unknowns.
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Khara Ashburne | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Very interesting. A bit disjointed? No closing information provided on the main woman who desired to try raw. Kept wanting to hear more about her experience specifically. Also didn’t understand why the part about the slaughterhouse was considered relevant. I would’ve expected more on raw vegan vs vegan...or vs vegetarian. Something like that.

Still inspiring though! I’m anxious to experiment with my own fennel salad after seeing hers and trying out some new sauce recipes!
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Karelle | FMTV | 1 month, 3 weeks ago
We appreciate your feedback, Khara. Thank you for watching! ~ Karelle
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Barbara Mayers | 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Is David Wolfe still raw vegan, he's gained lot of weight, pretty odd promoting but no longer fits the hype
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Karen Moren | 3 months ago
Fantastic documentary. Very inspiring, thank you. :))
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 3 months ago
Happy you love this, Karen :) ~ Pauline
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lorraine Desira | 3 months, 2 weeks ago
i enjoyed the video... but i would like to point to please do not wrap food (the brownies) in aluminium foil ....aluminium is dangerous to our bodies

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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Thanks for your keen observation :) For those who may want to know more about aluminum exposure and its effects, you may check this film here: https://www.fmtv.com/watch/age-of-aluminum. Feel free to share anything, Lorraine! ~ Jasmin ❤
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Louise | 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Very interested to see the study that proved bananas (particularly ripe bananas with brown spots) contain TNF to fight cancer. As far as I know plants do not make/contain TNF. Very dubious. I really find the skeptical scientific claims in these types of documentaries off putting and dangerous in their information.
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kristy perkins | 4 months, 3 weeks ago
!00 Day in the Raw ... and they take you to a cattle / meat producer. Seriously, what does that have to do with being raw? The documentary is unfocused and poorly done.
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