What I’ve Learned After 10 Years on a Raw Vegan Diet

About The Author

Nutrition Raw

Ariel Belloso is a former top DJ and record producer who transformed his health using the power of raw food. In search of solutions to his own health issues he made a six year study of the science of Nutrition and Natural Hygiene, and now dedicates himself to writing, teaching and coaching others.

7 Comments

  • Leanne Burrows

    Reply Reply February 1, 2021

    I’m really keen to pursue this lifestyle. Your story is very motivating. I’ve several health issues interfering with my life and while I’m a dedicated vegan. I have falken off the raw path. Need to get back on and stay there. Thanks for sharing your story
    Leanne

    • Nutrition Raw

      Reply Reply February 1, 2021

      Thanks for your comment Leanne. More power to you! 🙂 Ariel

  • Seane

    Reply Reply February 1, 2021

    I too have chosen to lead by example. This message is one of hope, courage, dedication. In times like these pandemic times, Covid-19 this is the time when lions lead. I decided to take take this path because of high blood pressure, high triglycerides, diabetes, sleep apnea. In less than 3 months I conquered them all. No diabetes, high blood pressure, no high triglycerides, no sleep apnea. While my journey has brought great rewards and proof of what a WFPB lifestyle can and will do. The amount of greed revolving around people being sick is immense. I too believe that as a whole there needs to be a movement of leading by example. Great piece on your mum and yours journey.

    • Nutrition Raw

      Reply Reply May 24, 2021

      Thanks Seane, Best wishes!

  • Paula

    Reply Reply May 23, 2021

    Very inspiring. I’ve been following the Mastering Diabetes Program, which is low fat WFPB for 3 months and loving it. I can’t wait to try some of your recipes!

    • Nutrition Raw

      Reply Reply May 24, 2021

      Thanks Paula, I hope you enjoy the recipes! Best wishes!

  • Coral Kingwell

    Reply Reply May 27, 2021

    Consider the way animals drink – carnivores and omnivores “lap” with their tongues – herbivores sip with their lips and their tongues are not flat, they are shaped to push food between the teeth to be masticated. Humans are just not designed to eat flesh, there are myriad differences. It’s frustrating that so many people just don’t get it and accept sickness as a way of life.

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