Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos





Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

 

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

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Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

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Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

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30 thoughts on “Raw Food Diet Weight Loss Before & After: My Personal Story With Photos

  1. U are an inspiration and u never come off as a liar u come off as someone
    who is telling the truth and wants to inspire others!

  2. Nice vid! But I have a question, how do you maintain this while you are in
    holiday season… Christmas is just around the corner.. and I like to bake
    for friends and family, how can I control my eating desire… I just really
    want to reach my dream goal by new year. I am currently 57kg and 160cm. I
    want to get down to 50kg by the end of the year… Pls help! 

  3. so what did you do wrong in the beggining? why did you even gain more
    weight? can you share what mistakes you made? thank you. greetings from
    Norway!

  4. You looked normal before. I think that if you did this because the health
    (eating right ) is ok, but if you did it because you thought you were fat
    then I think you had issues with your weight. Your boyfriend looks almost
    sickly thin. 

  5. To average people who want to melt fat–but can’t get started. Copy and
    Paste Into Google Skinnimaker System right away.

  6. your husband doesn’t look healthy nor happy… He looked like he was
    healthier before. Perhaps you should take a moment to see if he really
    wants to be doing this 100%. I get the impression your opinions bulldozed
    through his.

  7. Is it strange that I am concerned about losing my rack and butt? I know odd
    question but I want to lose weight and keep it off but those are the two
    things I like about my self.I want a curvy figure just with out the extra
    curve in the middle. I can’t become a Vegan right now. However, I am
    working on becoming a raw till four then eating vegan food because that
    would make it easier on me. Right now I am eating a raw vegan breakfast
    (large fruit smoothie) a Vegetarian lunch, and whatever for dinner. I am
    losing weight but that is just something I I am concerned about.

    1. I understand what you mean – girl you need to get on the squats! Honestly,
      your boobs won’t reduce that much (I went down maybe a cup size max). And
      that’s just excess fat.

  8. I am looking forward to my raw journey. I have had several bad starts but
    this time I am trying my hardest to stay the course. I just ate a bowl of 1
    sliced banana with i sliced mango and I am so full!

  9. Great story, really good! I’m vegan too…..about 7-8years and going
    strong. I must say though, you both looked much healthier in your before
    picture. I’d get into some type of resistance training if I were ya’ll.
    Muscle isn’t a bad thing….it gives form and shape, keeps bones healthy,
    and regulates metabolism…..your husband is most certainly not a good
    weight. 

  10. Thank you for posting this, I’m wondering about how much to eat? You seem
    to put loads of bananas in smoothies and eat big quantities of things – at
    my most daring, I managed to put two bananas in a green smoothie the other
    day – yes, TWO! 😀 😀 (I live in the UK and) we are told not to eat loads
    of fruits because the sugars are too concentrated and will give us diabetes
    (there don’t seem to be any equivalent notices about bread, crisps or
    chocolate, I’ve noticed!). I understand that everyone has to find the way
    that suits them – I’ve also seen raw foodist say you should eat higher fats
    (coconut and avocado) and greens with very little fruit, but I’m confused.
    I don’t want to end up diabetic with some finger-wagging positivist saying
    ‘I told you so!’. I also suffer badly with reynaud’s, and I find that
    sometimes I just want something warm and I find it really hard to stay warm
    on anything other than bananas 🙂 So I want to eat warm foods. I really
    appreciate your videos, thank you for doing them. Please would you also do
    one on dental care? I saw your clip on that a few weeks ago and would love
    to know how you care for your teeth 🙂 Thank you! Happy 2015! x

    1. Hey! You should totally eat more bananas! I eat maybe 10 bananas a day at
      my peak (including banana icecream, smoothies etc.). It’s absolutely fine.
      You need carbs, and sugars from fruit are good! As long as you are doing a
      moderate amount of exercise you eat AS MUCH fruit as you want! Worry less,
      eat more! Cat x

  11. Thank you, I’m raw vegan and I’m wondering how much avocado to consume per
    day?
    with that as my only source of fats (I’m allergic to nuts and seeds)

    1. +Rawsomehealthy Fat is crucial for your brain, esp DHA, and healthy fat
      from grass fed animals, seafood, coconut oil is very healthy.

    2. +Jan Levine Yes, you need fat, but only 5-10% daily calories. And there are
      no ‘healthy’ fats in ‘grass fed’ animals, sorry.

    3. +Acacia Gray he two fatty acids you’re probably most familiar with are our
      old friends omega-3 and omega-6, both of which are PUFAs. This might come
      as a surprise, but the most current research indicates that beef contains
      consistent levels of omega-6 regardless of diet. (2) This is good news if
      you can’t afford grass-fed beef, because at least grain-fed beef won’t slam
      you with more omega-6 than you can compensate for. What you’ll be missing
      out on are the significantly higher levels of omega-3s found in grass-fed
      beef. (3) Depending on the breed of cow, grass-fed beef contains between 2
      and 5 times more omega-3s than grain-fed beef, and the average ratio of
      n-6:n-3 in grass fed beef is 1.53:1. In grain fed beef, this ratio jumps
      all the way up to 7.65:1.
      http://chriskresser.com/why-grass-fed-trumps-grain-fed/

      Our brains work better on ketones for fuel than glucose.

      https://www.jackkruse.com/do-you-have-a-grain-brain/

  12. Same happened to me. Lost about 8 kilos of fat within a year of going
    vegan, and gained it all back after going high-carb (mostly raw) vegan, and
    also got some nasty cellulite. I was consuming far too much for a person
    who did only light exercise. I’m thinking maybe 1800 – 2000 calories is
    enough for someone my height. Not entirely sure, though, but I’m only
    around 150cm…

  13. Paul looks like an old man because of this diet… It means, the food
    doesn’t matter. Its important the cell to vibrate fast, so that it can
    regenerate fast enough and thus slows down the aging process. Your husband
    needs to increase its energy, by following his own path, not yours.

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