"Come join us for Raw Balance, as we are looking forward to equipping, supporting, encouraging, entertaining and inspiring YOU to higher, more balanced levels of wellness. Check out Penni's video with all the…"
About Me: (at least a couple of sentences; ex: family, interests, hobbies, favorite quote, personal mission statement, etc
I'm 45 divorced. 2 children and 2 grandchildren.I love spending time with family. I enjoy the outdoors and hikeing.
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What dietary interests do you have? (clean eating, vegetarian, vegan, paleo, weight loss, etc?)
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I'm hoping to get some moral support, transition advice.recipes ,inspirationand fitness.I welcome any support you can offer me.
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Come join us for Raw Balance, as we are looking forward to equipping, supporting, encouraging, entertaining and inspiring YOU to higher, more balanced levels of wellness. Check out Penni's video with all the details: Click HERE!
Because this will be the 10th and FINAL Initiative offered through Raw Food Rehab, we're going to pull out all of the stops. A leadership team has been assembled that is over the top and truly amazing!
Now is a great time to join us!!! It won't be the same without YOU!!
Best advice I've ever heard or gave: Find two or three raw vegan recipes a week to try out. Whichever ones you like, save them and add them to your usual diet on a weekly or monthly basis. For everything you add, you'll automatically drop something you didn't need in your diet anyway. Also, a side tip: try to avoid using a recipe that calls for mostly nuts more than twice a week. Nuts are healthy is small, reasonable portions. In nature, we'd have to crack each one to eat it! :D