Re: allopathic site
- She was talking about "Intuitive Eating" by Humbart Santillo. I also
have "Blatant Raw Foodist Propaganda" its a very good book, but I
think for someone starting out in raw foods the best, instructive
books are Intuitive Eating and "Sunfood Diet Success system" by David
Wolf. David Wolf is an amazing guy. He has totally devoted his life
to trying to save people from cooked food. He calls it putting out
Kitchen fires. I feel like I know him I've read nearly everything he
has written. Including articles in the "Sunfood e-zine" a free email
raw foods news letter, and "Just Eat An Apple" raw foods magazine.
--- In rawfood@y..., "Mary Ann Hogan" <mahmuh@e...> wrote:
> Thanks Sue,
> Along with 'Blatant Raw Foodist Propaganda", what is the other of
the 2 books you refer to? Perhaps the title of Humber Santillo's book?
> Happy about the no-blame ethic.
> Mary Ann
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: astrosue
> To: rawfood@y...
> Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 5:36 PM
> Subject: [Raw Food] allopathic site
> I am so sorry you interpreted my comments to be 'grumpy' because
I did not
> mean anything like that. And I HAVE posted to this group in the
> several months ago. I have been away for 3 months.
> It is quite common to misunderstand the nature of rawfoods and
> explanation was ever so clarifying. In addition to Humber
> good author who gives the non-allopathic angle of rawfood or
hygiene is Joe
> Alexander in 'Blatant Raw Foodist Propaganda". I do hope you
> those 2 books. After all, this list is for learning....not for
any kind of
> blame. However, we do like to keep to the subject and not get
> into areas which are inapplicable ( just for efficiency's
> Merrilly, Sue
> From: "Mary Ann Hogan" <mahmuh@e...>
> Subject: Re: Digest Number 100
> Gosh, really? I looked it up and I found it enormously helpful and
> interesting in supporting my quest for health. I even joined and
> of good info.
> Will someone of authority in this group, please lay out the laws
> of it?
> Why are so many people in raw foods seemingly so whiney? Often
> hears from these grouchy ones until they have an (outraged)
> they're so concerned about the content in the group, why don't
they have a
> positive contribution from time to time. Why so many mean
> Amazed and a bit flummoxed,
> Mary Ann
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