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Raw Food Blueprint – Step By Step Raw Food Success Program

by Mark Ament 21 September 2011

Hi Everyone, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted.   My family and I have been transitioning to Europe  for the past several months.   During that time I’ve been working hard on a new project called “Raw Food Blueprint.”     What I’ve done is turned all the best strategies and information that I’ve discovered in […]

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The Environmental Benefits of the Raw Vegan Lifestyle

Thumbnail image for The Environmental Benefits of the Raw Vegan Lifestyle by Mark Ament 29 November 2009

Eating a diet based on raw vegetarian food is one of the simplest, most direct and most influential ways that each of us can improve our own health and support to the health of the earth. Over the past 10 years I’ve met thousands of people who have transformed their health and even saved their […]

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Raw Food For Diabetes

Thumbnail image for Raw Food For Diabetes by Mark Ament 20 November 2009

Last Saturday, November 14th was World Diabetes Day.   Many of you probably know someone who has adult onset diabetes.  The World Diabetes Foundation estimates that 6% of the world population (230 million people) currently suffer from diabetes.  And the trend is for that number to jump to 400 million in the next 20 years. […]

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Raw Garlic’s Many Health Benefits

Thumbnail image for Raw Garlic’s Many Health Benefits by Mark Ament 19 November 2009

Garlic (Allium sativum L.)  is part of the lily family and it’s medicinal use dates back to 4000 BCE.  It grows well in nearly every climate, so it is known throughout the world.   Hippocrates, the founder of western medicine, used garlic in some cancer treatments.   In ancient Egypt garlic was valued as a general health […]

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Raw Food Recipe: Truly Raw Chocolate Bar

Thumbnail image for Raw Food Recipe: Truly Raw Chocolate Bar by Mark Ament 18 November 2009

Chocolate!   It’s estimated that the average American eats 4.5 kilos per year and the average Swiss 9.5! I personally was never a big fan of chocolate, at least until I started experiencing pure raw cacao.   I think the reason is that “normal” chocolate has literally been cooked to death.  To make a typical chocolate bar, […]

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Beyond M.K. Gandhi on Vegetarianism

Thumbnail image for Beyond M.K. Gandhi on Vegetarianism by Mark Ament 16 November 2009

I arrived in Singapore on Sunday, which happens to be market night in Little India.  Set within an sea of ultra modern buildings, super high-tech and non-stop advertising, Little India is one of the few places in the city which still has some character.   That’s even more true during the Sunday night market.  I took […]

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