Nobody knows raw food like David Wolfe. Well maybe they do, but no one has been able to get so many people excited about it like David does. It’s evident by the amount of cheering women on their feet after he gave his talk at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s (IIN) Mega Conference. Here he is on stage making a smoothie with blueberries, coconut, chlorella powder, dried mushroom blend, honey and some other interesting treats.
This guy really does his research. He talks about living in the woods and growing his own superfoods like chaga mushrooms, aloe vera, and even noni. He has written books called Naked Chocolate, Eating for Beauty and Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future. If raw foods is something that you are interested in learning about these are some great resources.
One of the many great things about IIN is that it teaches all different dietary theories from the top experts in the field. Then, you get to pick what feels right, sounds right and works for both you and for your clients. Some people, like David, thrive on raw food diets. Others do well on mostly cooked foods. Yet, most of us tend to combine both into our diets. I’m in the combo camp. Some raw, some cooked, and throw in some fermented grapes!
If you are interested in learning more about the healing properties of raw foods check out David Wolfe’s website: http://www.davidwolfe.com/