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Addressing Feminine Issues on a Raw Food Diet

The differemt issues that one may experince when adjusting to a raw vegan diet.

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    Q: How can I make the transition from cooked food, to raw food? Do you have any raw recipes for children? How can I get kids to eat raw?


    Children do as you do, so let the child see you eating raw food as well. Fruits are the best raw foods to eat, as they are naturally sweet. Purchase "Alternative Diet and Lifestyle Manual", for the numerous raw food resources to assist you in this transition.

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    Q: I’m wondering about your 20 day raw food diet, are you saying no cooked veggies at all. (I have a form of PARKINSON; I'm interested in trying your recommended raw food diet for 20 days) Please answer this question as soon as possible, thanks.


    No cooked veggies at all!

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    Q: Will you please advise how to get rid of fat in my blood, I am having a problem with my blood pressure because of my high cholesterol, also advise on reducing cholesterol. Thanks


    Hi, thanks for the question.

    Four ways to lower both cholesterol and fat in your blood.

    1: Reduce animal products to a minimum in your diet. Artery clogging saturated fat and cholesterol are mainly found in animal based foods. Anytime you replace an animal food for a plant based food you increase your chances to lower fat in blood and lower cholesterol.

    2: Exercise daily. Your lymph system pumps blood and removes fat, bile, and toxins from your system. A mini trampoline is one of the highest recommended exercises to get the lymph system pumping. 15 minutes on a mini trampoline has the same effect as half hour of cardio as far as lymph systems are concerned.

    3: Doing a detox program such as the full body cleanse from It is a proven system coupled with a raw food eating plan that will clean your system out and you will feel like new.

    4: Adhere to a low fat - high raw vegan diet. Literally no cholesterol at all and if you keep your fat intake low you will reduce and remove both of your issues. Average cholesterol for omnivores is 190. Vegetarians 160. Vegans 130.

    5: Take The Vegan Effect health coaching program. It's a six month health course that will correct both of those issues rapidly. Contact me and my team at our website and get a free 1 hour consultation over google hangouts or skype.

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    Q: I have Meniere's is tinnitus in the ear, vertigo issues, absolutely horrible disease, how do I manage and what supplements should I take? PLEASE HELP. Doctors are not helping me at all....low sodium diet I know but I need help. THANKS, I live in Iowa


    Please read our "VERTIGO" article on our site. We list solutions near the end of the article.

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    Q: For the past 3 days I have been feeling jittery & nauseous. I have no underlying health problems. I'm not pregnant. I have been struggling with anemia for the last few months. I have poor diet habits. Sometimes I eat 3x a day or less. Is this sign of being a diabetic as my father has diabetes?


    By all means, detoxify your body. I recommend the FULL BODY DETOX for starters. You MUST change your diet. But detox first! Anemia can be healed by addressing the blood. See our IRON PHOSPHATE FORMULA. Anemia results from iron deficiency.

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    Q: I have a child who is not overweight and does not eat greasy food but has high cholesterol issues. My son is 8 years old can you suggest anything that can stabilize his cholesterol.


    Feed him more fiberous foods (fruits and vegetables). Cholesterol comes from 2 sources: meat and dairy products! Are you feeding him meat and dairy? If so, this is the source of his cholesterol problem. It's not limited to just greasy food.

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    Q: My sister breasts are hurting and she does not know why? My sister work in the nursing home and she has to pick up on heavy patients you think that is why her Breasts are hurting and she went to the doctor and they talking about cutting on her cause of a lump what should she do? Peace to you!!!


    Her breast is speaking to her! Right breast denotes MASCULINE and left breast FEMININE. Masculine means taking on too much responsibilities, working too much to provide. Feminine means lack of personal comfort and relaxation or neglecting one's own personal needs. That breast is telling her to take a break from NURTURING others and to nurture self! Period! She needs personal comfort! She should try the TOTAL WOMAN CLEANSE for 3-weeks as a gift to herself. Working in a nursing home she's taking on other people's (patients) energy. Cut the breast off? Doctors are crazy, but not more crazy than the women who allow doctors to cut off their breast. But, to each his/her own!!!!

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    Q: I would like to know what I can do to get my boyfriend back? It's been 5 months since we've been broken up, I have trust issues. I texted him form another number. I love him dearly though. It's as if we've been broken up since yesterday, I cannot get him off my mind or out of my system. I have to have my Papa Bear back!


    You must first work on your trust issues. No one wants to be in a relationship with someone that does not trust them. This is a sign from the Universe that you need to do some self improvement. Most people with trust issues do not love themselves, and have a fear of being vulnerable. You must love yourself, and be able to be vulnerable to attract the kind of love you want. This is your opportunity to clean up this negative energy in yourself. If you do not, this will keep happening to you. It's time to love yourself, and then you will get your man! You can try to call him and tell him you miss him, and you want to work on the relationship. If he is open he will respond. Tell him you know you have issues and you are working on them. If he does not respond, work on yourself anyway. This is about you not him. You can do it!
    Sending love and light!

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    Q: You mention I should change my diet, so what should I not eat?



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    Q: How do I rid myself of these little white blotches that pop up on the skin. I've been told it has something to do with sulfur shortage in the body. I would like your input if possible. By the way, the question and answer section was some good reading. Thanks, I?m over and out. p.s. ( do I have to order products, is possible to come there direct and purchase?)


    I am in the middle of an article entitled LITTLE WHITE SPOTS that tackles this situation many Black people are experiencing including myself. It's much deeper than just having lack of sulfur. This started in the New Millennium (2000) for many of us and has a deeper cosmic significance, i.e. being "light workers." It's like a badge or mark and they are on certain spots of the body which mean something. I have a white spot located directly at my Fourth Chakra (Hermetic Plexus) and I also have one directly over the area where my physical heart is. Clearly my work with people is in the area of heart cleansing and healing. It's no coincidence I have white spots on the energetic and physical heart.

    I also have three on the pelvis and inner thigh area near the genitalia which denote Root chakra (grounding) work, sexuality (sexual healing), and foundation. The 3 lower white spots are on the left side of my body which denote the feminine side so my work is with females and also developing the feminine (yin) within males. I could go on and on but it's much deeper than a nutritional deficiency.

    If it was just nutritional, little Black children and teenagers who also lack sulfur would also get these little white marks and so would other peoples of color; but from my research only adults in and over the age of 30 have them! They are like a cosmic "birthmark" and birthmarks denote many things including past life information which was stored in our etheric blueprint. The etheric blueprint is the subtle program from which the dense (physical) body is constructed and which carries imprints of past life disease or injury from which present life illness or disability can result. Clearly I had past life issues dealing with matters of the heart (loving, loving completely), sexuality (which is why incarnated under a sign with a strong sexual desire/urge - Taurus), and femininity (neglecting it in a past life). To help learn about Love I incarnated under the planet that governs and deals with Love - Venus, ruler of Taurus. There are no coincidences in life, Beloved!

    Thank you for your interest!

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    Q: I have been seeing a chiropractor; but I feel the chiropractor is adjusting my back so that I can keep coming back for services?


    Check out my website and save yourself some money!! The body ALWAYS needs adjusting. I go 2-3 times per week myself. Chiropractic work helps the body and greatly so! He's operating off of poverty consciousness!

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    Q: A friend of mine purchased the Full Body Cleanse for me but I am a little hesitant about starting the cleanse. I am afraid that I won't be able to go through with it and that maybe I am doing it for all the wrong reasons.I used to weight 140 pounds in high school, but after I went away to college stress and poor eating habits I gained 50 pounds.I have tried a few different things and when I did not notice results I stopped them. Will it be different this time? Will I actually lose weight? I was also considering trying The Female Cleanse after the Full Body Cleanse. Would that also help with weight loss?


    If you follow the diet and take the herbs as recommended you will 100% loose weight. Not only will you be expelling toxins from your system with help of the herbs but you will also be adapting to a raw vegan diet. The diet alone will help you loose weight.
    The Female Cleanse is not design for weigh loss. If weight is what you are focused on then you should perform the Weight Release Cleanse, once you have performed the Full Body Cleanse that is. Never hesitate to call us at 866-434-3727, we would be more than pleased to walk you and guide you through the process.

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    Q: A friend of mine took her 7 year old daughter to the doctor because she had noticed something rare in her underwear. The doctor informed my friend that her daughter was starting her period. The doctor prescribed her hormones but to really think about it before she started her daughter on the hormones. I suggested to my friend that she shouldn't do it. Which is why I decided to check out this site. I know that now in days a lot of our food is contaminated with hormones. Could that be a reason why her daughter is starting her period at such a young age? Any type of inforamtion would be grately appreciated. 


    We would recommend for her daughter to drink the Female Health Tea, a cup a day. Nature is taking its course and all you can do now is to get in tune with it.

    Poor diet may be the reason why she is going through puberty at such a young age. It's probably too late to try and stop her period but it is never too late to start eating healthy. She needs to stay away from animal products and processed foods. Her diet should consist of mostly fruits and veggatables.

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    Q: How often should one eat cook food? I'm a vegan, I do not consume any meat, seafood, milk what so ever. I eat water cresses like everyday so as cook food. Like white rice with black bean sauce, spinach, and pasta at time's I'll eat some Chinese fried rice, veggie roll, steamed vegetables, any advice?


    You can eat cooked food as much as you like being a vegan and all. Myself, about 2 days out of the week I will eat totally raw. However, I just go with the flow.

    As long as one is not eating animal flesh, dairy products, refined grains and starches, etc., the person is good to go. Just make sure you detoxify the body at least 1-2 times per year.

    Thank you for your interest in Dherbs.Com!

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    Q: I know your probably busy helping all these lost people out there, so I'm not going to take a lot of time. Could you please refer me to a good Raw food diet book? I've been vegan for a while and trying to make another transformation towards my Original Diet.


    Please purchase our "ALTERNATIVE HEALTH DIRECTORY" e-book which lists a plethora of vegan and raw foods resources (books, magazines, lists, etc.). It's just what you're looking for.

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    Q: I did the detox almost 3 months ago and I lost 20 lbs. I put on the lbs back because I never changed my diet. I would like to know if you could email me some diet suggestions from the morning to the evening. I want to change my diet and have a fruit and vegetables diet. I need help. Peace.


    To get started on your quest a.s.a.p., for starters, pick up a few good vegetarian books, e.g. "The Gradual Vegetarian" by Gary Null; "Becoming Vegan" by Brenda Davis; and/or "Vegan Planet" by Robin Robertson.

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    Q: I want to start the raw food diet, but do not want to lose weight has i am under weight already. I need tips to gain or at least maintain my weight. I do lift weights as part of my exercise routine.


    Thanks for the question,

    Losing "weight" on a raw foods diet is a definite probability. But the weight might be excess fat and water retention due to detoxing. By weight I am assuming you are talking about muscle. It is not that complicated to keep muscle while on a raw food diet. The Vegan Effect diet program I created is 60-90 percent raw. Raw before dinner if that helps. I allow myself one cooked meal a day. For the most part the diet is a Low fat/high carb/high fruit/high alkaline diet. 

    The most important thing to remember is getting enough calories. My athletes (including raw body builders) typically eat 1000 calories of fruit for breakfast in the form of a green smoothie. Usually post workout. You need to eat roughly 3000 calories to maintain or grow muscle mass. Some of my mass building athletes eat as much as 5000 calories. Albeit at a higher fat ratio than our standard 70/10/20 carb/fat/protein ratios. 

    Please refer to my blog on building muscle ona vegan diet found here:

    There is a raw organic food bar with 22 grams of protien that can be found here *Note: I am not affiliated with them nor do I sell any supplements*. It is however a great bridge to meals. 

    Besides getting enough calories make sure you are getting around 20 grams of protein 5 times a day to maintain muscle mass. Sprouting beans, nut butters, seeds, and nuts help.

    I run a 6 month online health coahcing program that includes lessons on sports nutrition and include a individualized fitness plan. I am currently running a ridiculous half off special to fill spots. If you are interested visit and contact me there.


    Hope this helps

    Gary Gibson HHC CPT VLC BMI

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    Q: Which types of raw food should I eat?


    There are essentially two types of raw food diets. There is a high fat low carb gourmet version and there is a high carb low fat version. The gourmet raw vegan diet is promoted by chefs and super food promoting gurus. The low fat high carb version is promoted by athletes and health/medical professionals whos protocols are healing all types of disease. 

    Most people who go on the high fat/superfood route end up spending a ton of money and end up burning out pretty quickly. All the sucessful long term raw fooders I know follow the high carb version. I run a health coaching program call "The Vegan Effect" which uses a 60-90 ppercent raw high carb diet.

    A typical day would look like.

    Green smoothie for beakfast (fruits and greens)

    fruit for snack

    Large salad with a cup or two of quinoa and salsa for lunch

    Fruit for snack

    Raw pasta or raw wraps with hummus for dinner

    Sorbet for snack

    A great book to consider as a guide is "The paradigm diet" by Adam Dave MD


    Hope this helps.

    Gary Gibson HHC CPT BMI VLC

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    Q: A friend of mine has a 3 year old cousin who has a brain tumor. The doctors said that there is nothing they can do. What formulas that you carry, do you think can help with his condition?  


    First, the child's diet must change: no meat, dairy, eggs, processed foods, etc.

    Have the child perform the Children's Cleanse every other month. He would also benefit from taking the Electric Greens Combo, it only comes in pill form but you can open up the capsules and mix the herb mixture in their food or drink. 

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    Q: What's the best way to start on a vegan/raw food diet? I am not sure what to eat to make sure I would get a nutritious diet-you may not be able to go into that much detail but how can I get sample meal plans for breakfast, lunch and dinner incorporating this type of diet-perhaps there is somewhere on the web I find something like this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.


    If I do say myself, the best way to start a raw food diet is to be coached by me. I run a 6 month health coaching program that is 60-90 percent raw and 100 percent vegan/gluten free/ allergy free. You can find out more about my program at I am running a special of half off my program if you sign up before march 1st. 

    Here are some other tips to get started.

    1: Join a raw food meetup group or community. Surround yourself with supportive people who can point you in the right direction. Try or 

    2: Read books like "beauty detox solution" by snyder, "80/10/10" by Dr. Graham., or "The Paradigm diet" by Adam Dave

    3: Start simple with breakfast. Always start your day with a green smoothie. read "Green smoothie revolution" by forget authors name at the moment. heh.

    A sample meal plan would be.

    Breakfast: Green smoothie

    Bridge: raw bar, handful of nuts or seeds, or fruit

    Lunch: Raw wraps made from collard greens. use a base of tahini, hummus, or nut butter. Fill with sprouts and colorful veggies

    Bridge: raw bar, handful nuts or seeds, or fruit

    Dinner: Raw pasta with a large salad

    Snack: Sorbet 


    Hope that answers your question,

    Gary Gibson HHC CPT VLC BMI

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