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FMTV - Nutrition

Nutrition

Series: Raw For Life: Bonus Raw Interviews | Episode: 4 | Runtime: 11m 3s | Release date: 2007

This segment features: Joel Fuhrman, Mike Adams.

"Raw For Life " is an A-to-Z encyclopedia of Raw Food, perfect for beginners and Raw Food enthusiasts. This program inspires people with the Raw Food philosophy, the wisdom of eating a raw food diet, important medical facts and nutritional information.

We have combined the expertise of Doctors and Nutritionists with testimonials from celebrities, athletes and chefs who live the Raw Food Lifestyle. Our goal was to create a product that would empower people to take control of their health and happiness. In "Raw For Life", you will find everything you need to transition to a healthier state of being.

This program is perfect for Vegetarians, Vegans and Raw Food Vegans looking for new recipes and resources; someone coping with diabetes, heart disease, or excess weight, those seeking to reverse their aging process; athletes looking to improve their performance; actors, dancers, and other performers looking for a healthy way to maintain their weight and image; anyone looking to live longer, be stronger, perform at their best and get their nutrition on the right track!

Featuring:
Mike Adams
Victoria Boutenko
Karyn Calabrese
Brian Clement
Joel Fuhrman
Woody Harrelson
Anthony Robbins
David Wolfe

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Heidi Bray | 4 months, 1 week ago
Love this x
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 4 months, 1 week ago
Happy to know that :) ~ Pauline
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Natalie Sen | 2 years, 7 months ago
I can't watched while she is so over weight- unless someone can tell me if she has some illness or disability? Food Matters?
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 2 years, 7 months ago
Hi Natalie! Thank you for watching! To learn more about Victoria Boutenko and her family, you may visit www.rawfamily.com. Yours in wellness ~ Jasmin
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Jackie Wilkinson | 3 years, 9 months ago
Humans have not evolved to eat one "perfect food", we are omnivores. Plant foods are good for detoxing but less good for building and sustaining. The most nutritionally dense food is liver. And it contains the vitamin B12 that the lady is not getting from plants, plus many fat soluble vitamins and vital minerals. For optimal health, eat meat and fat with your vegetables in proportions appropriate to your metabolic type.

In reply to Sarah None, in Britain we call it lamb's lettuce and you can get it in most places - it's delicious.
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Ivory David | FMTV | 3 years, 9 months ago
Hello Jackie, we don't believe there is a one size fits all approach to the 'perfect diet' - everybody is unique and needs to eat accordingly. Listen to your body and do what makes it feel good. We encourage you to do some research into all of the dietary theories, experiment with them and choose what works best for your body.You can search for keywords in our newsletter archive here: http://foodmatters.tv/recipes-and-articles
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Steve Vrosch | 3 years, 9 months ago
I remember a while ago a piece online about how 80% of people that suffered from osteoporosis (I hope I typed that correctly) were in fact vegetarians. Yet when a small percentage went back to eating meat their health improved.(not completely but it did improve)
No disrespect intended, the way they explained it was that you can't just throw any veggies together and expect miracles.Certain combinations of vegetables have side effects what they called enzyme inhibitors that extract calcium from, rather than replenish it in our bodies. Maybe that's what was going on with the lady's family when they switched to a raw food diet. Maybe there are other "side effects" you need to be aware of when you change your diet so drastically after eating the same way for so long. I'm all for eating right, whole foods, leafy greens and yes I do eat meat but I think we're just starting off on this path to complete healthy diets, we are still only scratching the surface of the potential that nature has to offer and on that path we just might unlock some of our body's own natural state of maintaining a healthy mind and body...and soul.
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 3 years, 9 months ago
We appreciate you sharing your ideas with us Steve. We don't believe there is a one size fits all approach to the 'perfect diet' - everybody is unique and needs to eat accordingly. Listen to your body and do what makes it feel good. We encourage you to do some research into all of the dietary theories, experiment with them and choose what works best for your body. :)
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Sarah Dickens | 4 years, 4 months ago
Does anyone know any other names for "lambsquarters"? I assume from the context it's some kind of leafy green, but I've never heard of it in the UK?
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Raziel | 4 years, 4 months ago
Hi Sarah, lambsquarters is also known commonly as white goosefoot, mealweed, fat hen, pigweed, frost-blite, and baconweed :)
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