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Subject:         Re: What raw food speakers do you enjoy listening to most?
Date: September 16, 2014 at 3:14 pm PST

In Reply to: What raw food speakers do you enjoy listening to most? posted by The Sproutarian on September 16, 2014 at 2:59 am:

I love listening to Brian Clement. He's the pioneer behind scientific understanding of vegan foods. Anything to do with Ann wigmore and hippocrates, like Anne Marie, I like watching.

I love all of Lou Corona's videos. He's been a great catalyst for me. I have taken his classes. Excellent. I am trying to work into more of his protocol.

I loveD listening to Robert Morse. Spent weeks and months listening to him. After a while it all sinks in and then it plateaus. Fruit can only take you so far. Even fruit and dried herbs can only go so far. You need the green raw foods. I still use Robert's wisdom. Priceless and genius. I see his animal glandulars as a consequence of his having a family to support...he never had enough time to continue his studies and research into all of vegan options, like mushrooms, sprouts, green raw foods. He learned what he could in a certain amount of time and then kept repeating it over and over again. He has a business and overhead and employees. I love him so much, but his wisdom is limited. I can never fully agree with Brian Clement about fruit after studying Robert Morse's technique with certain fruits. Spot on.

I like Charlotte Gerson's videos. So nice to hear an educated woman. Her videos are a must to hear.

I like all of Durianrider's videos where he shows the failures of the high fat-high oil raw vegan diet. He speaks as an athlete that burns tons of calories and needs to be light on his feet. No matter what the rest of his vices are, his experiences speak truth.

Last but not least:
The one person that has shaped me the most though is Dr. Christopher, who is dead. He taught, "eat under your own fig tree." Over the years I could only feel comfortable in my skin by adopting that philosophy. The plants that grow wild and natural close to you help to balance out the harsh elements of that environment. THis works for me in my area, where I eat more succulents and cactus.

I have enjoyed watching all the raw teachers, though: Robert Lockhart, Matthew Armstrong, Rick Dina, Dr. Schulze, Markus Rothkranz. Victoria Boutenko has good insights after 10 years on raw vegan to share about tooth decay and how she had to add greens. John Kohler's videos on gardening are awesome. Kristina's videos showing green juice and green salads are good, but not the high sugary fruit videos. Eating a whole plate of persimmons is way too much sugar.

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