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From: The Sproutarian (110.22.102.86)
Subject:         Re: My Zinc and Copper yesterday + fairytale ideas on nutrition + questionable high fruit diets
Date: November 12, 2014 at 7:02 am PST

In Reply to: Re: My Zinc and Copper yesterday + fairytale ideas on nutrition + questionable high fruit diets posted by temp on November 12, 2014 at 6:35 am:

Temp wrote:

"For example many raw foodists believe that high salt is bad, so they go low salt. High protein is bad, so they go low protein. High fat is bad, so they go low fat. High cholesterol is bad, so they consume no cholesterol and so on. Yet low intake of many of these nutritional elements, can be just as problematic as high or excessive intake.

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Doug Graham has successfully managed to brain wash many people to believe that as long as their eating fruits and vegetables, no one needs to micro-manage nutrition or worry about getting enough basic essential nutrients such as iodine or vitamin B12".


People are starting to wake up to all this rot promoted in the raw movement. I'm exposing it all the time and will soon be speaking regularly on a large alternative radio station where l will bring up studies, common sense and obliterate the old brainwashing that currently pollutes the raw movement. It can't continue to go on like this, the rot needs to stop and we need to open our eyes and start doing things better because we can't do things much worse than we are currently doing.

I am really determined to shake things up and get things moving forward in the raw scene because the way we are doing things is pure nonsense....it's no wonder so many are failing. We have clueless raw food leaders because they read these silly old outdated books that put crazy ideas in their heads (fancy philosophies and theories invented by wishful thinkers and crank science) and the rot spreads throughout the raw community.

Gabriel Coisens is trying to change things, Brian Clement is, l am, and various people are. It can't continue to go on the way it is. People know that very few do well on raw vegan diets, yet people continue to teach the same old things expecting a different result. Isn't that the definition of madness or delusions? We really need to start getting some clues and doing things differently.


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