Raw In November + Staying Healthy On The Move (A Day In Our Lives)

Yesterday we announced a new challenge that we’re doing this month – Raw In November. 

So today we’ve got a video that shares strategies to help you eat raw and plant-powered for your healing and restoration.

Raw for the whole month of November? Heck YEAH!

You + raw food = it’s gonna be good!

I’m doing this challenge myself and wanted to invite you to come along … cause let’s face it raw and fruit-powered rawks!

Here’s what it’s all about: 

  • All plants! Plant-powered! 
  • At least 1 all raw meal per day (I’m going all raw. Anyone else?)
  • Eating all the carbs you want – no restriction, no starvation. 
  • We’ll share our meals inside our Facebook group every Thursday.
  • We’ll keep each other motivated and supported. 
  • We’ll focus on our inner strength and power. 
  • If you’re in, invite other people to do it with you! Let them join our free Facebook group and benefit from the experience.

Challenge duration: 1st-30th November.

Join our Facebook group to be part of this challenge – this is where all the action will be happening!

Click Here To Join The Challenge.

So who’s up for “Raw in November”? Post your comments below!

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9 thoughts on “Raw In November + Staying Healthy On The Move (A Day In Our Lives)

  •   Flower  |   

    hey julia, question.. In the fb groupe other hclfvegans promote a little fats to no overfats diet.. i did this for a long time (not any overfats) but i doubting if i need some in? Some people claim that they gain weight by adding in overfats..and so i a bit scared to..because i dont want to gain! i am very curious how you think of this and if.. when i eat some overfats this can also be helpful for weight los? thcs

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      There is nothing wrong with having some overt fats in the diet. We eat low fat with some overts as they are good sources of omega 3 and 6, so nuts, seeds and avocados for example. Use nutrition software like cronometer to track your calories if you are not sure how many you eat, so you get a good understanding of what you are eating. The fact is nuts/seeds and avocado are more calorie desne than most fruits so much easier to eat more calories from these and potentially put on extra weight. Nothing wrong with having healthy overt fats in your diet as long as you eat the calories your body needs and get enough omega 3 and 6 with a healthy omega ratio. Hope this helps!

  •   AnnabeeThe Real Rose  |   

    What did you do you much better and glowing now…is there any changes in your diet?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Thank you for your kind comments. No changes to my diet, high carb, fruit and plants.

  •   Annabee  |   

    Here in England, I paid £5.45 for 4 organic avocados (small). Pineapples are usually awful. Apples are floury. Oranges are sour. Plums are dry. Grapes are imported and like bullets. Etc etc. I always feel I need to emigrate to get these beautiful fruits.

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Whereabouts in the UK do you live?

  •   Lee Sybrant  |   

    Do u eat oranges or citrus at all? And what do u think of citrus. Thank u Yulia

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Lee, yes we do eat citrus, it’s great!

  •   Lisa Hileman  |   

    Hello Yulia and Paul!
    So nice to see you and especially miss Elanie. I loved watching her open up her little bag to show her things! You are both looking well!

    Your friend,

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