Is this Silent Killer lurking in your bathroom cabinet?

The Risks of Aspirin The topic I’m bringing to you today is close to my heart. My father, who was my inspiration for living and eating healthfully, died after a seizure that caused a hip fracture. He lived his entire life without any medications, his diet was whole foods plant-based (lots of raw food) and …

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Dangers of Eating Poultry

No matter where you look in the world, chicken seems to be the old standby for many staple meals. Well, it does look good on paper—anything branded as a great source of lean protein and having lower cholesterol and fat levels than red meat or pork seems pretty promising. However, behind the façade of being …

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3 Excellent Foods for Breastfeedin

Plant foods are loaded with nutrient density, especially fruits, leafy greens, vegetables, sprouts, and nuts and seeds. Studies have shown that pregnant and nursing moms who eat an abundance of fruits and vegetables are passing on valuable nutrients to their babies as well as the taste for these healthy foods for the rest of their …

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A glass of chlorine, please!

We have seen the spread of the plant-based diet in the last decade…which can be seen now around the globe. Many of us are fortunately becoming aware of the food we eat and seeking the path to our best health. But food isn’t the only important aspect of health. The human body is constituted of …

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You May Want to Rethink Your Barbecue

Dangers of the Barbecue by Karen Ranzi, M.A. Summer is here and so is the Barbecue! Upon entering my suburban driveway, I smelled the flesh of animals being barbecued outside of both homes flanking mine. Itʼs a putrid chemical smell that feels toxic in the air and makes me wish we lived at a greater …

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Solving Women’s Health Concerns Naturally

Even more women die of heart attacks than men. Overall, women’s health statistics are a great cause for concern.  In 1960, one in 20 women developed breast cancer; today that figure is one in eight. In fact, breast cancer is the leading cause of death in women between the ages of 35 and 54.  More …

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Marco Ranzi on Vegan BackPacking on the Appalachian Trail

Interview Excerpt with Karen Ranzi from “The Power of Raw Foods Summit” Marco Ranzi was raised on a whole food vegan lifestyle from birth along with his sister. Marco has been involved with sports and athletics since a young child, always loving the games of soccer, tennis and football. Later during his homeschool years he …

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How I Ate Raw Vegan Traveling in Croatia and Greece

by Karen Ranzi I was away most of the month of September with my family. After years of very intense work focused on vegan and raw food nutrition…writing books, articles, speaking and holding classes and retreats, I finally decided to take the time for some down time away from the computer (Even when traveling before, …

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69 Year Raw Vegan Triathlete

Interview with Nathan Batalion, 69 Year Raw Vegan Triathlete As many of us know, two important keys to staying healthy are to eat well and to get enough exercise. Whether it be running, biking, dancing, lifting weights, or any other form of exercise, we know that keeping our body moving is important for our health. …

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