Are you a wannabe Raw Foodist or are struggling to stay raw? Check out Raw Freedom

Raw Freedom by Frederic Patenaude – his best book ever!

My friend, Frederic Patenaude has written his best book ever and there
are some great offers available to you.
Click on the link below to read more and purchase any of the three
packages being offered.

Here is a sneak peak into the book, as told by Frederic.

To give you an idea of what to expect from this release, here’s the
introduction featured in the book…

What is Raw Freedom?
This book is about creating a healthy, practical diet with a strong
emphasis on raw foods, but not one that is so restrictive that it
requires a 100% commitment to eating only uncooked foods.

It’s a fusion/inclusion program that recognizes that eating a big
percentage of raw foods provides clear benefits, but cooking certain
foods does too.

It’s also a way out for many raw foodists and health enthusiasts who
can’t seem to find a balance, and too often hover between two extremes
with a lot of associated guilt, often induced by years of striving to
eat a diet that is frankly too restrictive.

In this book, you’ll sometimes see me refer to certain people in the
raw food “world” in seemingly pejorative terms, such as the raw food
police, raw food fanatics, and raw food gurus. This is not because I
want to imply that people following a raw food diet are necessarily
all deluded. I have been one of these people (policeman, fanatic and
guru all at the same time!) and I also know that for many individuals,
a 100% raw food diet gives them the health and balance they seek. This
book is not written for those who have found such balance, but to
everyone else, who may be seduced by the raw food message, but are not
able to make it work the way it’s supposed to work according to the
books and gurus.

Yet, at the same time, due to a lack of understanding of certain
physiological principles at play, and a lot of bad science used in the
raw food movement, the trend is for everybody to beat themselves up
for their so-called “failures” at applying a diet that is not
sustainable for a large number of people to begin with. That is why I
will cast light on the dark side of the raw food movement as a whole;
not to imply too much negativity, but simply to make a point that
needs to be made.

The program that I’m proposing in this book is flexible and easily
customizable. If you can get just a few good ideas from this book that
make a difference in your health and your life, I will have achieved
my goal.

This book contains practical advice, not theories. Therefore, I will
not spend too much time trying to debunk every single questionable
statement to be heard in the health food world, or try to prove points
that any honest health-seeker can easily verify by examining the
scientific consensus on the topic.

This book is really more about the experience of one person — yours
truly — both in having experimented with raw food and vegan lifestyles
for more than 15 years, but also in having worked with thousands of
people through a website that receives more than 70,000 unique
visitors a month, and in person at numerous events I’ve attended over
the years. I feel I have a good grasp of the realities faced by the
outside-of-the-box individuals who find themselves attracted to
vegetarianism, veganism and raw foodism — but I also want to repeat
that my experience is subjective. I invite you to view what I say not
with skepticism, but with an open mind. More importantly, I invite you
to trust yourself and your own experience. If what I share with you
strikes a familiar chord, then use the information for your benefit.
If it doesn’t, just move on.

Click on the link below to read more and purchase any of the three
packages being offered.

Inclusion vs. Exclusion

What all diet books have in common is that they all tell you what you
should not be eating. Each diet needs a villain that’s universally
responsible for all your ills. Raw foodists blame cooked foods. Paleo
diets blame carbs. The new Wheat Belly fad blames wheat. Vegans blame
animal products in all their forms. Plant-based advocates and natural
hygienists blame oil and fat.

The easier and more identifiable the target is, the more simplistic
the program will be. And simplicity helps sell books. The problem is
that there’s nothing simplistic about the human body and the complex
processes involved in human nutrition. In fact, as far as we know, the
human body (and brain) could be the most complex organism in the

So to blame all diet-related health problems on one factor would be
missing the mark in a major way, especially when we consider the

If cooked foods were truly the cause of most human illnesses, then how
come all the longest lived people eat cooked foods, including almost
all known centenarians? And how come not a single culture on the
planet has ever eaten an exclusively raw food diet?

If grains were truly the cause of the “obesity epidemic” in what is
often dubbed a carb-crazed nation, then how come billions of people
have done just fine for millennia eating a rice-based diet, and stayed
very trim and healthy eating outrageous amounts of carbs?

If carbs were truly the problem, then all come all the longest lived
cultures in the world eat carbs? And how come the human body seems to
be designed to enjoy carbs, with the sweet taste sensation being the
most prominent feature of our sensory system for recognizing food?

If fat were truly the problem, then how come mother’s milk is over 50%
fat by calories. And if sugar was really the problem, again, how come
mother’s milk is over 40% sugar by calories?

Behind every health craze, there’s some truth. The mistake is to
believe in a one-sided answer that, in light of the complexities of
the systems that regulate our health, can frankly be seriously flawed.

So for a change, this book will focus more on inclusion rather than exclusion.

I won’t tell you that the key to this program is to eliminate entire
categories of food from your diet. I’ll try to put things in
perspective, and let you make your own choices based on your own
preferences and knowledge of your own body.

So consider Raw Freedom a “fusion-inclusion” program that combines the
best of raw foods with really healthy cooked foods, to create a
sustainable diet that even gives you some leeway in making your own

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    Mary said,

    How can I email you?

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