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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 14, 2014 at 3:51 am PST

In Reply to: Re: My Zinc and Copper yesterday + fairytale ideas on nutrition + questionable high fruit diets posted by temp on November 14, 2014 at 2:30 am:

All l know is that l do far better on a raw sprout diet than l ever did on any other diet. It has taken me years to get the diet where it works for me perfectly. I was on good energy 90% of the time, but now l am firing on all cylinders at 100% energy constantly since l added in salt, saturated fat (coconut fat and increase cholesterol) and added in hydrilla green algae.

I never had energy on any other diet. My adjustment to the sprout diet took a long time to get right. My honeymoon period on raw was very short lived before l was out in the cold and had to find my way and make it work. I was never like those ones that were high for the first few years...I was low after three months and had to climb my way up the ladder to success. I have had many challenges to sustain energy along the way and l have been able to experiment and find answers through shere determination. I have learned much and have gone from strength to strength and now l have surpassed what l could never have dreamed of.

Raw vegan diets can be very very powerful, and l feel cooked or animal products is not where it needs to be with me. It can't be fruit and it can't be vegetables either..it needs to be ferments, sprouted seeds, sprouted greens, algaes, seaweeds, sprouted chia/flax (a big staple), and a moderate level of saturated fat and cholesterol.

Now, since l have healed my body and made the adjustment to the diet, l feel l can do it easy. I must be doing something right because body and mind are far stronger than ever. Many people go raw vegan and they get worse and worse as the years go on. One should get stronger and stronger on a raw vegan diet as Lou and Dr Clement talk about, and they can.


Temp wrote:

"TSM: That is very strange that you mention Mr Kearns(who i assume is the Sproutarian guy) has been vegan for years but surprisingly supplements with Vitamin C ?

Surely if hes eating enough plant foods, he'd be getting several times the recommended daily allowance for vitamin C, its probably the one nutrient that vegans don't need to care about".


Yes, l often am amused by his insistence on vitamin C. I say that he shouldn't need it, but he always gives me some explanation of why it is very important.

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Temp:

Gabriel Coisens reports great results helping people succeed as raw vegans on the high fat lower carb diet.

Dr. Gabriel Cousens, "How to be a 100% Successful Vegan"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0hMVbrVjNg


Temp:

I hope you give the vegan diet another go one day. Obviously you are like many in that a high carb low fat diet is not suitable for you. I feel you may be able to make it work if you do more fat and less carbs like Dr Coisens suggests. Why not give it a try and see how it goes.

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