Bill Goes Vegan

by Polly N on September 26, 2010

This video really excited me when I saw it and found myself nodding my head a lot in agreement with what was being said.

With millions of people around the world suffering from ill-health in the form of heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and cancer, to name a few, we have become reliant on external “solutions” (by which I mean artificial man-made drugs) that claim to be able to “fix” us. But the truth is, we ALREADY have the solution, but unfortunately some of us aren’t willing to believe it or put their faith in it. And the stupid thing is, it’s SO simple, it’s almost too easy.

Foods that are WHOLE, unprocessed, natural, full of vitamins, minerals and enzymes that haven’t been added to or had anything taken away from them. Food that is ALIVE. Food that is RAW.

How REFRESHING for the media, two world-renowned doctors and an ex-president to actually promote the fact that health is within our reach at any time AND it doesn’t cost the earth! (I know Bill isn’t known for his honesty but I think on this one, we can not only trust but see he’s telling the truth!)

If you give the body what it needs to work at optimum level, surely there is no-room for disease to take hold. It doesn’t need or want processed sugar, (contrary to what your brain may tell you!), hydrogenated fats, dead animals or hormone-residue filled dairy products. It’s time to take responsibility for our OWN health, stop looking for answers in the bottom of pill bottles, stand up and reclaim our lives to make it worth living.

Life is taken for granted so easily and we are quick to complain about what we are not happy about. But are we making changes or are we just complaining and focusing on the negative things? If it’s the latter, then maybe it’s time to have a rethink…

If your health isn’t currently where you would like it to be, then I really hope you begin to think about what you are fueling your body with as it might run on what you’re feeding it right now but sooner or later, it’s going to be needing something more, something RAW.

I know my view on food might seem extreme for some of you reading that are new to the concept of raw food and if you have no intention of turning veggie or vegan, then that’s absolutely okay. We are all different which makes us all perfectly unique and what works for one doesn’t necessarily work for another.

All I want for you is to be happy and healthy. I’m just giving you the info so that you can decide how much or little you take notice. At least then, you might be more conscious about what you are putting into and onto your body because you are what you eat and you deserve to live a happy healthy life.

Never in a million years did I think I would ever be vegan but it turns out my life depends on it and that’s just not a risk I’m willing to take right now.

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Julianne September 26, 2010 at 10:02 pm

Thanks for this article and the extended video with the two doctors. My 15 year old daughter and I have adopted a raw vegan diet this year due to her health issues, and it has been life changing for the better. (BTW She keeps a blog here theteenageofraw.blogspot.com if you are interested in her stories and recipes.) I too could never imagine being a vegan, but I love it and can now not imagine any other way. Thanks again for this post, I love it.

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lucienne June 21, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Hello , i would like to know if it is safe for a person that can not eat much cereal or grains to become vegan , with ot having to loose health for not having enouhg nutrients !!!
tHank you

please can you give me an example of how i should eat ? , a phone number so that i can call someone and ask

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polly June 21, 2011 at 7:25 pm

Hi Lucienne

Yes, it is definitely possible to become vegan if you’re not good eating/digesting grains. All of your nutritional needs can be met on a plant based diet as green leafy veg, sea veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds all contain amazing vitamins, minerals, enzymes and protein.

Its kind of difficult to answer your question in one email, as I coach people over a 3 month basis to reach their desired health while transitioning to a cleaner greener diet but essentially you want to be consuming around 60-70% of your diet from green leafy veggies, sea veggies, sprouts and other veg. Approx 20% from grains (or less in your case) and 10% fats such as avocados, nuts and seeds.
I hope that helps.

Polly x

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