Get off the grains and rice. Not human food!
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I thought this was quite funny, and wanted to share! My partner said to me this morning “I seem to have woken up all sneezy and mucousy this morning”. So I get my terrain model thinking cap on and ask him what he had for dinner last night. To which he replied a chicken wrap.
4th day on fully raw fruits, I am very sharp and had a great experience meditating. Had taken little grains today, immediately felt heaviness and man it is addicting. It started with one spoon and it kept going.
if someone finds a cyst/lump on their testicles – any advice (half size of grain of rice) ? they want to go to get an ultrasound to see what the doctor says… thankyou !
i just listened to an interview of Rosalind Graham on the fruitarian podcast. in the interview she states that grains under a microscope look like tiny shards of glass. I am wondering does rice look the same? do potatoes look the same. ie: like tiny shards of glass under a microscope?
I need advice for water fasting. I began a water fast four days ago, as I have been eating strict fruit for four weeks and started feeling sick and unable to eat fruit, so I felt my body just didn’t want to eat at all, hence began a fast. The thing is, I’m getting a
Since we have had quite a few people on the Cooked vs Raw Foods post claiming the photos were faked or somehow the lighting or makeup was what made the difference, I thought I would share my own journey so that you can tell me what I’m faking 😉 Fire away! BEFORE: On cooked foods:
Question on grains: Why is gluten worse than gluten free grains? If one would chew properly would the amylase still not completely break down the starch in grains?