to go 100% raw and succeed at
Hello my name is Roger Haeske. I want to share with you one of the most amazing secrets the Superbeing Diet. This diet consists of the foods humans were designed to eat: Raw Fruits, Vegetables, Seeds and Nuts.
When I discovered the raw foods diet, it dramatically changed my life. I overcame six and a half miserable years of depression ( where I thought I might not live) and anxiety attacks after just one day of eating a 50% raw food diet. All my life I used to be moody and lazy, this healthy diet quickly changed this.
Diseases and Conditions I Overcame:
The top or first picture was taken when I was on about a 75% raw diet. I weighed around 167 pounds with a 32" waist.
I probably have less than 5% body fat right now. This is a normal process for people on a 100% raw food diet. Even really skinny people will actually gain weight after they have first lost any excess fat. The body removes fat and other toxins as part of the healing process on raw foods.
These pictures are of me after 25 days of not eating any kind of fatty raw food. You can click on the image to see more detail. I only ate raw fruits and vegetables. No avocado's, coconuts, nuts, seeds or oils either. My weight here is 152 pounds, with a 31" waist. Here I have been 100% raw for 14.5 months. Just prior to this 25 day no fat diet I weighed 160 pounds. My normal cooked food weight was 175 pounds. I ate this diet not to lose weight but to help cure a condition I developed. Luckily this diet worked quite well.
You can compare these pictures with the one above. I have so much more definition. If I look thin it is only due to a lack of muscles. Most people don't look thin because they have excess layers of fat covering up the fact that they have no or little muscle definition. That fat makes their muscles look much bigger than they really are. I look like a cat after it's fur has gotten wet. The cat when wet appears to shrink in size as do humans when they lose excess fat. I'm 35 years old in these pictures.
Currently as of 4/9/2003 I weigh 160 pounds again. This is without eating any raw fatty foods. My body has adjusted and I am now eating at least 25% less calories per day than when I first started the 100% raw food diet. My body is becoming extremely efficient and I have to adjust my eating habits accordingly.
Personally I am in shock at how little I need to eat and that my weight simply is not going down. I used to think of fruit as a snack and that it could never satisfy me. Now my body has adapted extremely well. I also happen to enjoy eating simple mono meals of fruit.
For dinner I often just cut up some celery, tomatoes and cucumbers and just eat them like that, with no preparation. They taste wonderful. It's amazing what happens when your taste buds are able to really taste foods as they were intended to be consumed.
The taste of certain tomatoes actually remind me of the taste of meat. I can honestly say I enjoy eating this way and that I don't feel deprived in the least.
If I have to skip a meal I also don't go crazy any more wanting to eat. I know when I'm hungry but I simply don't have the incredible cravings I used to have. Those cravings are actually the result of addiction to toxic foods. It isn't normal to crave food like you can't wait to eat. If you are clean inside, any hunger pangs are considerably less.
Can you imagine a diet that actually leads you to success. It's not just about rapid weight loss. I lost 15 pounds in one month while eating as much as I wanted. You'll never see an obese 100% raw foodist, as long as they don't eat a lot of high fat and dehydrated foods. I've yet to encounter one anyway.
I actually got smarter, happier, more creative, had more energy and so much more.
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04/03/2005 Date this page was last updated.
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