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  • sharon
    To those of you who have lost weight with the raw food program, did you also have to count calories and how fast did the weight leave? thanks Sharon
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 7, 2008
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      To those of you who have lost weight with the raw food program, did you also have to count calories and how fast did the weight leave?  
       
      thanks
      Sharon
    • Sally
      Hi Sharon! There is no calorie counting when eating raw food. In terms of weight loss, everyone is different. In addition to what you are eating, there are
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 13, 2008
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        Hi Sharon!

        There is no calorie counting when eating raw food. In terms of
        weight loss, everyone is different. In addition to what you are
        eating, there are lots of additional factors in terms of how active
        you are, how much weight you have to lose, what your stress levels
        are, etc. that will impact how fast you lose weight.

        In general, your body will naturally find its set point when you are
        eating an all raw/living foods diet. If you find you are not losing
        the desired weight you are tring to, try cutting back on the amount
        of fats eaten (nuts, oils, etc.).

        You may find it beneficial to attend the Victoria Boutenko event
        next Sat (6/21) at People's Food Co-op and ask her your questions.
        I've posted details of the event in a separate post (or email
        rawpdx@... for info).

        Good Luck!
        Sally

        p.s. If you are looking for community support, feel free to check
        out our group events at www.rawfood.meetup.com/206 (membership is
        free)

        --- In RawPortland@yahoogroups.com, "sharon" <smassena@...> wrote:
        >
        > To those of you who have lost weight with the raw food program,
        did you also have to count calories and how fast did the weight
        leave?
        >
        > thanks
        > Sharon
        >
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