http://www.rawlifehealthshow.com Raw Food Chef Stacie Cohen talks about how to overcome cooked food addiction.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
I was so surprised at some of the comments here. We contribute health and
healthy with a person’s looks or size. Genetic make up has a lot to do with
how we are shaped or where we carry weight and so does our past. She seems
very peaceful and happy and that too is about health and actually can be
more important. I find that people still think thin people are healthy. I
know many thin people that are very unhealthy, in mind and in spirit and in
food choices. That too account for dis-ease or illness. I think she is
beautiful and I love how she shares, and interacts with everyone.
So nice to hear Stacie’s voice and heart again :)
Is that a tattoo on her left arm or something else? If it is a tattoo, it
is not healthy to inject something permanent into our pores. Hopefully, it
is not a tattoo though. :-)
she doesn’t seem to have a clue about kicking the cooked food addiction and
she doesn’t appear to have the “Look of health”. If I listen to people,
they need to have the evidence of practicing what they preach. I don’t see
Etc it all gay
I have just loved all the bits from the retreats. May I suggest that you
ask your speakers to repeat the gist of the questions being asked off mic,
so we can get a better idea of the answers. Thanks to all of you
8:00 I totally agree, i don’t get why people have to care what we put on
our plates when we’re trying to have a conversation :)
And the title is misleading. She can’t say how she overcame a cooked diet
because she said from childhood she didn’t like to eat cooked food (she
played with it though!).
Where is the addiction part of this talk?
In addition, if this were an optimum diet she would be a lot leaner than
she is… So that tells me there are other things on play.
I’m not saying everyone has to look like a super model. Just saying a raw
food diet should keep you pretty slim.
Hey, I like her. She’s sharing good stuff. But bottom line: she’s a
self-professed picky eater. She didn’t give up a rich, diverse cooked food
diet to switch over to raw food.
I know different strokes for different folks and all. I have 5 children
living at home (incl. 3 adolescent boys). We could not afford a raw organic
diet. And, they wouldn’t eat it solely…We incorporate many raw healthy
organic foods into our diet.
It’s different for single adult professionals who can make eating choices
for themselves. Children need lots more nutrients for growing, especially
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