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RAW-FOOD December 1998

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Re: Welcome Leah!

From:

Leah Calo <[log in to unmask]>

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Raw Food Diet Support List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 21 Dec 1998 09:00:24 +0200

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Dear Liza,

I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate your reply - THANK YOU
SO MUCH for taking the time and effort in your BUSY schedule.

I will go through the information you sent me - I'm sure I'll find what
I need in there - THANKS.

Otherwise, it's great to know that I have reached a place where I know I
am not alone and that there are other people living and thinking the way
I do, that I think is half the problem.

I would like to wish you Merry Christmas/Happy Hannukah and all the best
for the coming new year.

With much love,


Leah


        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Liza May [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
        Sent:   Sunday, December 20, 1998 6:58 PM
        To:     [log in to unmask]
        Subject:        Welcome Leah!

        Leah Calo wrote:

        > I am having a hard time with my friends and family since I
became a
        > raw-foodist 3 months ago.  My mother thinks I'm anorexic
(definitely
        > NOT), my friends think I am mad, and I am not sure and
confused.  I > > keep
        > on hearing questions about where am I getting B-12 from? What
about
        > amino acids? Am I getting enough protein, fats and calcium?
        >
        > What do I do? Where can I go to get all this information/these
> answers.

        Hi Leah,

        Sorry you've not been able to get too much feedback from this
list yet -
        I think because of the time of year, people are mayb a little
busier
        than other times. Normally you'd find loads of helpful advice
and
        information here - and once it's January the list'll be more
active, I
        think.

        Anyway, I just want to CONGRARTULATE you on your great decision
to eat
        well, take care of your health, guts to withstand all the flack
from
        everyone around you, and your perseverance so far in trusting
your own
        thinking!! That's really really _great_!!

        There are loads of people on this list who have eaten various
        comninations of raw - cooked - vegan - fruit - raw animal foods
- etc
        etc etc - lots and lots of experience and ideas. This list is a
goldmine
        of experience and useful information. If you can get into the
archives,
        I'd recommend a real thorough investigation of what's there -
you'll
        probably find stories of lots of other people, with lots of the
same
        questions and issues. The archives are at:

        http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/archives/raw-food.html

        This next site, due to open within the next couple of months,
will be by
        far the most complete, comprehensive, thorough, and fascinating
site on
        the web, covering raw-foodism and every possible issue and
question you
        might have. There you'll find scientific articles, personal
stories,
        humour pieces, book reviews, loads of useful links, essays,
helpful
        advice, just chock full of really great info.

        http://www.beyondveg.com

        You mentioned the B12 issue as a concern - here's a great
article,
        written originally as a post to this list, but you'll find it at
the
        site above, also ...


http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/CGI/wa.exe?A2=ind9711&L=raw-food&P=R5619

        and


http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/CGI/wa.exe?A2=ind9711&L=raw-food&P=R5871

        Hope those sites provide some starting points for some useful
reading.
        Now I have to run - to my own big family birthday party
celebration, and
        then out to chop down a Christmas tree that we found in the
woods near
        our house, then to a potato-latke candle-lighting Hannukah party
at the
        neighbors, then to make some secret follow-up calls to some of
the 200
        guests invited to a surprise 50th birthday party we're throwing
the day
        after christmas, then to shop at the local 24-hour supermarket
for
        ingredients for healthy raw salad dressings, and crock-pot stew
        ingredients, to teach how to cook to a client tomorrow. By that
time it
        should be about 2 am ugh.

        Anyway - congratulations again, and good luck handling the new
diet
        through this holiday season! This is the trickiest time of the
year for
        eating -

        Love, Liza

        [log in to unmask] (Liza May)

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