Watch Me Smash His False Belief About Protein and Energy

The video above is a compilation video with my new buddy Dave from Grants Pass, Oregon.

He’s a customer of mine that I ran into at the Grants Pass Grower’s (Farmer’s) Market. He has tried going raw on his own several times. But was never able to stick to it for more than 2-months at a time.

In this video you’ll see me smash one of his false beliefs about energy levels and protein. Turns out he had many more such ideas and that is why he was unable to stick to staying 100% raw.

It’s little false ideas like this that keep people from being able to stay raw. They end up not doing so great when they go raw but it’s not because of the raw diet but because they don’t understand how to do it correctly and do so in a long term sustainable manner.

Last I heard Dave has been 100% raw ever since the date on the video. He also got himself a copy of Savory Veggie Stews and has been making them every night.

One thing that really helped Dave was seeing how much in the way of greens I eat daily. He saw how much spinach I bought at the market for four days (3 pounds) and was blown away. The next week I bought 3.5 pounds and other greens as well for that same 4 day period.

Actually being able to see and talk to a successful raw foodists can be really helpful to your success. I never would have made it to 100% raw myself without having had raw mentors.

There are so many pitfalls and especially for the very well read person. Most newbie raw foodists end up getting really confused by all of the contradictory information out there.

In my first five years of seriously trying to go 100% raw I had a cooked food mindset and didn’t even know it. There was nothing wrong with me physically like I thought. I was just doing the diet incorrectly and had been doing so for five years. Even though I had read a ton of raw food books and books on nutrition in general.

If you want to reap the benefits of going raw I suggest you don’t mess around. Get some quality guidance as soon as you can and it will make things a lot easier for you.

May I humbly suggest that you consider a membership in my raw coaching and support website — Members can ask me any raw food related question and get lots of other cool goodies as part of membership.

Hope you had fun with the video and note where I was sprinting up the hill was super steep but it may not quite look so on the video. I wouldn’t have ever skied down such a steep hill.

When I finished my sprint I can assure that my pulse was super high. You can just listen to Dave in the video to hear how out of breath he was just walking up the hill.

There are several high level competitive athletes eating a raw diet similar to me. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t be athletic or have long lasting energy on a raw diet. If that were so we wouldn’t have raw foodists winning triathlons and racing bikes for 24 hours straight.

To Your Radiant Health, Happiness, Fitness and Infinite Potential,

Roger Haeske
The 43-Year Old Teenager

P.S. One of the single most important factors keeping me teanajer like is eating the Optimal Raw Food Diet.  Yet the problem for most people is they go back to cooked food because it tastes better to them and it’s more convenient.

Those problems are now a thing of the past with the creation of Savory Veggie Stews – the Dinnertime Cooked Food Cravings Crusher.

P.P.S. Exercise is a crucial component of staying thin and making you happy. The Lightning Speed Fitness Program has a series of blubber melting, 1 to 5 minute Mini-Workouts that you can do just about anywhere. Drop your gym membership today and learn how to turn your body into the ultimate portable gym.

P.P.P.S. Here’s how to unlock the secrets that crush cooked food addiction in just 5-minutes a day.



Watch Me Smash His False Belief About Protein and Energy — 3 Comments

  1. I have been on a raw food diet for 4 years July 1st of this year and like you Roger going up hills is not a chore anymore. Not like this guy who was filming you running up the hill. I too can run uphills pretty fast passing hikers and not getting winded. I am having the greatest time of my life right now, my metabolic age for this body is 14 years. 5 months ago it was 16. Oh, by the way, I was born in 1960. That makes me 51 actual years of age.

  2. Hello Roger,

    Thank you for the great information. I’ve enjoyed every newsletter from you.

    I’ve been on the raw food for some time and really interested in this topic. This lifestyle make sense to me very much. I am original from a sub-tropical climate(southern China) and moved to Vancouver 9 years ago. The diet works very well when I came back and visit my hometown(southern China). But here in Vancouver I felt freeze in Winter. I think because of the tempreture and the quality of the fruits. I guess most of the fruits are unripened in our commercial markets. Cooperate more green is really helpful for the raw diet, but how can I overcome the coldness in winter?

    I read Weston A. Price DDs’s last year. It provides a lot of information how diet influence our health. Researches show that some of the tribes use animal(or milk) for food (no processed food ), those tribes have great physical health conditions too. Ancient China scripture telling that a plant-based diet is helpful in developing our humanbeing’s sentient bility.

    I grew up in a no “milk” town and never think of including cow milk or goat milk in my diet. After reading all those informations and base on my personal experience, I think living in a cold climate might need raw milk to supplement our diet.

    I would really like you share something on the “raw milk’ topic.

    Thanks again,

  3. Hi Roger, I love such videos showing the great increase in health and fitness. Just one question came to my mind concerning you think there is a limit to how much one eats per day? Would be also wise to ask the other way round as well…what about eating too little?
    I was recently at a green-cleansing which had been run for the first time….they are creeping over to the value of being a rawfoodist..and for the green smoothie we became each day it was a concentration of wild herbs with a portion of fruit…and all fitted into a normal drinking glass. The other meal was with salads…greens being dominant, but I had to hold myself back so as to leave enough for the rest of the guests and not to look being greedy:-))Is this normal? Therefore my question of “how much”?

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