Raw vegan food diary. 6 days of my autumn raw diet in Tenerife. Love & Peace Food. My Happy Healthy Raw & Free Lifestyle.
Rawvegan for more than 13.5 yrs now, and it does not feel like i’d ever want to go back to cooked food.
Though the details of my diet may vary, what really works for me is eating highgreen, lowfat, living foods. Combined in simple meals or mono.
Do it. NOW. Stop smoking, drinking, eating that stuff you don’t want to have in your body anymore. Get out there & move your body. Leave your job. Or start this new one. Travel. Or settle, if this is what you want to do. End this relationship that does not speak to your heart anymore. Dare to be alone. (You will never be alone anyway.) Take the risk to open your heart. For friendship. For love. For those new beginnings,
Lately, someone asked “how much money does it take for food at Tenerife per week?” – talking about fresh, raw, vegan, organic food.
Are you interested in this, too? Then go on reading my answers here:
To some, the raw vegan lifestyle appears to be too complicated: Do I get enough protein? How much fat should I eat? Which kinds of fat and fatty acids to I need? How can I be sure to get all the vitamins and other micronutrients my body needs? What am I allowed to eat, is this “really raw”, how do I combine my food properly?
I blogged about all of these and many more (mainly in german, up to now – sorry 😉 ) – but: it does not really matter!
How complicated is the raw vegan diet?
Did you ever doubt the standard cooked diet because it is “too complicated“?
This movie is not new at all, but nevertheless, the message is as up-to-date and important to share:You are what you eat
Anyone who does not like nicecream on hot summer days? This raw vegan mint chocolate nicecream is as delicious as healthy – and all easy to prepare.
What is really nourishing us? Which food is giving our body what it needs, instead of only filling it?
They say “You are what you eat.” – And this is so true. Or, better: you become, what you eat.
Dead food, junk food, toxic food can never build up a living, healthy body and keep it healthy.
Besides what is really nourishing us – sun, fresh air, joy, moving our body, loving relationships, rest – our food is only on the second place. But, it is a significant stimulus for our body. Food can clean, or stress. Detox, or build up. It can give energy, or take it. It can support your healing – or stop it. For sure it is a relevant factor to our health.
So called illness, any lack of good health and well-being, are attributed to blockades. Something blocking the flow of energy, thus bringing us/our system out of balance. These blocks can be physical, psychological, emotional or mental; all affecting each other. I. e., psychological, emotional, or mental blocks and imbalances can manifest in physical issues, same as an unhealthy life style and diet can lead to not only physical but also psychological, emotional, or mental problems. Vice versa, an optimized diet not only helps to clear up your physical energy flow but also can help you to solve emotional or mental issues and release psychological conflicts.
“Illness” is not an enemy you are supposed to fight. It’s a form of expression of your body or soul, showing you there is something wrong in your life. You are doing/eating/living something that’s not good for you. Not what your body or soul needs right now.
Lately, i rediscovered fruity nicecream bowls. With having eaten keto/low-carb during the last year, obviously i had not eaten any for quite a while.
Now i do enjoy them every now and then, maybe once a week – though i re-added sweet fruit to my diet lately, i feel better not eating too much of it. The main part of my diet is still made up from greens, sprouts, seaweed, and non-sweet fruit. I’ll write more about this soon.
So, this spontaneously created, very simple recipe for pineapple nicecream turned out addictively yummy – i just have to share it. 🙂