In today's video I share a very simple, elementary tidbit that I first heard from David Wolfe that has been one of things that has helped the most on my raw food journey.
Do you have a simple truth or tidbit that you've learned that has made a helpful difference in how you approach this healthier lifestyle? We'd sure love to hear from you on this today!
Today's video quickly transcribed by Bette:
".....super basic elementary stuff that has also been one of the things that has helped me most. One of the top three things that has helped over the past five years. Something I always come back to it and always feel great. Always feel like I am a raw success even if not perfect or 100 percent.
First went raw, off to a great start, did the deal, religious convert to raw, sure I drove people crazy because I felt amazing! I mean I lost weight, symptoms of IBS went away. Got tired, burnt out, vascillating and dabbling and got into cooked food items, symptoms started coming back.
Listening to tele seminar,David Wolfe speaking, someone asking questions...."having a hard time, , dont know what to do, how do I make this diet work for me,whats your advice?"...David said "you dont have to go 100 percent to experience amazing benefits to your health." Do this: drink 32 ounces of green juice a day. This is something that is non-negotiable for me. "Another thing, that i snon negotiable, is to have one big epic salad either at lunch or dinner. Lotsa leafy greens and with as much color as you can get in it...sprouts, carrots, no processed salad dressing.
All the other stuff that may or may not happen thoughout the day but this is non-negotiable. Lightbulb went off, I thought maybe I needed to stop this obsession with being so perfect. Raw food police going to come and arrest me because I had eaten a bite of my daughters mashed potatoes or something. One little tidbit that I always come back too. So when I veer off or things not quite right, hear David saying "have you had your 32 ounces of green juice today or your epic salad?
Do you have one little tidbit or truth that has helped you?"