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From: Gina (71.177.95.4)
Subject:         Re: "The Death of the Raw Food Diet" & Jesus
Date: September 30, 2014 at 1:11 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: posted by TruthBe Known on September 30, 2014 at 8:42 am:

Actually Lou is one of the few raw food vegans that has never tested low in B-12, and he attributes that to his cultured nut yogurts, because the bacteria are B-12 producing. Not to mention that some of the products he took over the years probably had it.

Dan's video doesn't explain the whole story of Lou and his experiences starting from a little boy at age 3. One day, maybe he will share everything in a video from start to finish. I have listened to his story in person attentively from start to finish. His experiences started when he was 3 and he didn't learn about raw food until age 21. So, the answer is no, TRuth Be known, that the raw food diet DOES NOT lead to that conclusion nor is Lou Corona possibly suggesting that. In fact, I have been to enough of Lou's talks that he never mentions Jesus in his talks. He never suggests who or what that Light was that spoke to him. He doesn't try to push Jesus on anyone. He never brings religion into any of his classes. Dan McDonald was in charge of that video and Dan labeled that youtube video and put the video up. Dan sometimes likes shock value.

In fact, I confronted Lou about his beliefs less than a year ago. I wanted to know. Lou was very shy to say. He made it clear he doesn't ever bring up his personal beliefs to people. Why should he bring up that when he is helping an atheist, a buddhist, a scientologist or whatever?

One of my interests is spirituality, so we had a long discussion. Anyway, there is the book Essene Gospel of Peace and some people have questions. You can't hold it against him for having unique life experiences and unique experiences. Lou is not even into that book as much as Dan McDonald is. Lou doesn't adhere to that book as rigid truth because 1) it doesn't talk about culturing food and 2) the dairy part is outdated. Lou is a vegan and doesn't use honey, as far as I know. Whereas Dan uses bee pollen.

The bottom line is that Lou Corona is professional and an amazing natural healer and is a gifted counselor. I had one of his sessions and was surprised at his talent, because I think I was expecting just more of what was in the classes.

Lou is very tactful himself. Do not hold it against him that Dan McDonald sometimes is sensational. Appreciate Dan's enthusiasm and time that he did post the video. Be patient with Dan's shortcomings.

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