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In this episode, Laura-Jane The Rawtarian provides a high level overview of the fundamentals of raw food. What is raw food? Why does it matter? How do you uncook? What are the basics that you need to know? What equipment do you need? This episode is perfect for you if you are new to the concept of raw food. Listen Now: RFP56: Raw Food Fundamentals …
 
In this episode, Laura-Jane The Rawtarian chats with Russell James, The Raw Food Chef. Based in London, Russell is the UK's leading raw food chef and has taught at culinary academies across the US. He is known for his beautiful presentation and expertise in the gourmet raw food world. Listen Now: RFP42: Raw Gourmet at Home with Russell James, The R…
 
In this episode, Laura-Jane The Rawtarian shares some of her best tips for how to simplify recipes yourself. She outlines the main types of ingredient categories (sweeteners, thickeners, creamers, binders); she shares her top tips for ingredients you can eliminate, and then provides a specific example of how to... Listen Now: RFP30: Simplify your o…
 
In this episode, Laura-Jane The Rawtarian shares a celebratory moment with you about her print cookbook, which goes on sale on Feb 17, 2014, which is a major milestone in her life. But this episode is more about the zen of achieving big goals (like publishing a cookbook or losing a substantial amount of weight or... Listen Now: RFP29: Zen and the A…
 
Farm of life is a low-profit raw food retreat in Costa Rica which seeks to keep its prices affordable so it can help everyone.In Episode 29 of the Raw Food Health Podcast, I talk to Brian Calvi, who owns the retreat with his wife, about the philosophy which underlies his retreat, why he’s interested in […]…
 
Since there aren’t very many medical doctors who have embraced a healthy raw diet, it’s interesting to hear why one of the few has chosen to do so. In Episode 28 of the Raw Food Health Podcast, I talk to Dr. Tumi Johnson about why she thinks a raw diet works, how her holistic medical […]By Andrew Perlot
 
There’s a delicious fruit coming into season that might be growing in your back yard, but virtually no one knows about it – Allow me to introduce you to the Paw Paw. The Paw Paw kept Lewis and Clark’s expedition from starving, and fed the early settlers of the United States. It was a favorite […]By Andrew Perlot
 
You’ve probably heard your yoga instructor, some celebrity, or your next door neighbor wax poetic about the detoxifying and slimming benefits of doing yoga or other exercises in extremely hot, humid, and unventilated environments. All that sweat carries toxins out of the body and leads to quicker fat loss, the story goes. This belief has […]…
 
We know raw foodists excel at endurance sports, but what about about strength training? When Mike Vlasaty went raw, he decided to concentrate on weight lifting and bodyweight exercises to see if he could really get strong and gain a lot of muscle while eating a raw vegan diet. In the Raw Food Health Podcast […]…
 
In this episode of The Raw Food Podcast The Rawtarian interviews Jinjee Talifero, a homeschooling mother of 5 raw vegan children, the co-founder of www.thegardendiet.com and author of “Raising Raw Vegan Children.” She has been practicing the raw vegan diet for 17 years and currently lives in the Los Padres National... Listen Now: RFP22: Guest Jinje…
 
Think cinnamon, turmeric, peppers, and the dozens of flavor-enhancing foods, spices, and herbs raw foodists sometimes employ are healthy because they’re raw? In episode 23 of the Raw Food Health Podcast we talk about why many “healthy” foods have a downside that creates the drug-like effect doctors, ayurvedic and Chinese medicine practitioners, and…
 
The dominant narrative in nutrition is that osteoporosis is mostly created by too much consumption of acidic meat, dairy, and eggs. There’s data to support this idea, such as the excretion of calcium in the urine following animal-protein-rich meals, and the fact that the countries with the highest dairy consumption have the highest risk of […]…
 
Is modern fruit too sugary and over bred? After our discussion of genetically modified foods a few episodes back, a lot of people have been asking about something we hear all the time in the raw food world – that today’s fruits are too hybridized, too sugary, too big, and man-bred seedless monstrosities to boot. […]…
 
ADD, learning disorders, and dozens of other neurological problems have become rampant in children over the last few decades as their bodies have grown fat and failed to develop strength and balance. Why? A perfect storm of brain-altering electronics, lack of outdoor play and exercise, fewer decision-making opportunities, worsening diets, and other…
 
With more than three quarters of the foods available for purchase at your local supermarket now containing genetically modified organisms, what does a raw foodist have worry about? In episode 20 of the Raw Food Health Podcast I talk about the three fruits and vegetables that are now GMO which a healthy raw foodist would […]…
 
To listen to the podcast click on the photo/play button above or save the MP3 to your own computer. In this episode of The Raw Food Podcast The Rawtarian is by herself again. She goes over very practical advice about how to make raw cake. We go over a variety of options, including making raw refrigerator cakes, raw... Listen Now: RFP19: Raw Cakes -…
 
What if the produce you think of as so fantastic just doesn’t have the nutrient content that it should? Is your lettuce mineral poor? In episode 19 of the Raw Food Health Podcast I talk to Don Weaver, who has been eating a raw food vegan diet for 36 years. We talk about thriving when […]By Andrew Perlot
 
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