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February 20, 2008


Denise @ Raw Brides

haha - I love the honesty of this post.


well, i've been testing out raw on and off for the last 2 weeks, but I can definitely attest to the difference in attention I have received. I think it's partially because I feel light that I look more at ease, with myself & others. And though my body hasnt changed significantly, the way i carry myself has. When I am eating raw, i feel self-sufficient.

In the past when i unknowingly ate mostly raw foods (lots of nuts, dates, smoothies), rode my bike and swam regularly, i definitely received intense vibes from boys. I knew it was because I felt amazing and healthy and unfettered with baggage.

My main issue is staying true to what is best for me. This time of feeling "Fantastic" has traditionally been the time i make the stupid mistakes, and take my health for granted.

I hope that i can really have the fortitude to stay with raw, because for me, consistency is a difficult task.


OMG, Karen, this chocolate sauce is sublime! Thank you! :-)

Such a great issue of Successfully Raw this week (of course it is--they all are!). I love the self-love challenges, and I'm going to pick up a special notebook (very pretty, of course) while I'm out today for doing these regularly.

I'm not in a position to help you with the "raw girl" issues, having just celebrated my 29th wedding anniversary this month (YAY!), but I hope you do another article in the future with your findings and anyone who offers theirs because I think it's a fascinating subject.

Thanks for everything you do for all of us out here!


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