FREE EBOOKLET So what does a raw vegan really eat in a day? In this video I lay it all out on the table to show you all the food I eat in a typical day here in Norway during summer!
The raw vegan diet is all about variety! There’s so much variation over the course of a year, yet very simple on a day to day basis. I typically eat mono meals of just one fruit at the time until I’m satisfied. As the seasons change, my diet also changes. At the moment I’m loving the European peaches and nectarines – as well as bananas and supersweet Pakistani honey mangoes almost every day.
All animals in nature eat a raw food diet. The only food that looks and taste delicious in its natural raw state is fruit, and to a lesser degree tender vegetables!
Contrary to popular belief, fruit actually fits our nutritional needs better than any other food group. When people evaluate the nutrient composition of fruit, they often do so on a nutrients per gram basis, as opposed to a nutrients per calorie basis! There’s a crucial difference! Fruit is mostly water, an essential nutrient for sure, so you have to eat MORE volume to satisfy your caloric need. That is easy though. When you look at fruit on a per calorie bases you can see how nutritionally dense it really is!
No more constipation, not more sluggish digestion – fruit flows easily through our system providing us with easily digestible fuel in the form of simple sugars (carbohydrate) to fuel every cell in our body! The fruitarian diet means we get the most amount of nutrition for the least amount of work!
I mean, mangoes, papayas, coconuts, bananas, mangosteens, lychees, rambutans, dragonfruit, durian, jackfruit, mamey sapote, peaches, nectarines, melons, berries – the list goes on! Fruit is such excellent food for humans! So satisfying, so rich in organic sugars, fiber, water and essential nutrients for optimal health!
The human body is a frugivore and we are optimally designed to eat sweet tropical fruits! The 80/10/10 diet is the ideal ratio of macronutrients since this is pretty much what we would do in our natural habitat. That means more than 80% of our calories coming from carbohydrates and less than 10% from protein and fat respectively. This is well supported by the scientific literature.
The high carb, low fat raw vegan diet is the optimal for human beings. Remember of course that it’s not really LOW in fat, it’s simply IDEAL in terms of fat.
Fruit fruit fruit!
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