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Subject:         Re: Fully Raw Kristina - CHANGED HER EYE COLOR
Date: October 1, 2014 at 1:27 pm PST

In Reply to: Fully Raw Kristina - CHANGED HER EYE COLOR posted by Gina on October 1, 2014 at 12:59 pm:

Hey Gina,

Im a big proponent of plant based/natural recommendations if they are proven to work and i personally go with whatever options are healthiest. However a former vegan myself ive been through all the shoddy patch up attempts to try compensate for the diet including consuming an array of supplements from b12, to vitamin D3 vitashine spray to superfoods, to topping up my zinc levels, microalgaes for DHA, taurine spray, it just gets ridiculous to paper over the cracks of a vegan diet and you have to be rich to afford all of these supplements, even then its often still not enough to sustain health. Most of these individuals always revert back to consuming some level of cooked food, even 99% if not all of the gurus have. Personally i settle for a high plant based diet, 70% or more of my diet is still vegan plant based with a variety of fresh wholefoods.

Back to Kristina, this is a problem with her overall diet in general in my opinion, i suspect its probably the excessive consumption of simple sugars from consuming too much fruit.

Im a massive proponent of plant based diets and i don't believe anywhere in my post i made any recommendation anyway, let alone one which was animal based. My post was just to echo sproutarian mans concerns that this isn't normal for a young women to have elevated triglycerides especially one who isn't overweight, claims to exercise regularly, claims to live healthy and one who claims to eat a 100% plant based vegan diet.

Put it this way for one to have high blood fat levels whilst following a low fat, high fiber 100% plant based diet, something is seriously wrong with the overall make up of diet. Most likely culprit is the excessive amounts of sugar from consuming too much fruit, which is merely to compensate the calories for the lack of fats and protein in the diet.

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