Can ya share with us what your raw diet typically consists of? Be interested in hearing.
Absolutely. For breakfast i usually blend up spinach, carrots, frozen blueberries, banana/s, agave nectar/stevia, wheatgrass powder, walnuts, four or five free range/organic raw eggs, and some sort of juice, or simply water. I eat so many raw eggs it's ridiculous. But not by themselves, or else i get backed up pretty hard.
For lunch, i usually have raisins, bananas, more raw eggs, maybe a spinach or romaine salad with a homemade dressing, an apple or carrot or both, or some other fruit. As a general rule, i try to eat way more fruit than vegetable. I do this because while the vegetables are loaded with vital nutrients, they also provide drastically less calories.
Again, i am not fully raw, or vegan. So for dinner, i might have scrambled eggs (or raw), or another calorie dense smoothie, or both. If anyone has an allergy to eggs, it's highly likely that it will disappear when you consume them raw. Eggs are such a great source of healthy fats, protein, and vitamins.
Sometimes i'll pick up some sprouted Chia seeds and add them to the smoothie. Often times i will take tablespoons of Sesame oil or Virgin Coconut oil, or Apricot kernel oil throughout the day for healthy fats and calories. I also eat Avocados like there is no tomorrow. I make guacamole using lime juice, smashed garlic, onion and Himalayan sea salt. It's really tasty and calorie/nutrient dense.
I try to eat organic in everything i consume. I don't think the walnuts are organic, or the avocados. Some food items i'm more concerned about regarding GMO and pesticide/herbicide use.
But yeah, that's just one day of food. On the weekend i might have a free range steak and salad. Other than that...i really don't consume meat. But again, fruit and eggs are the foundation of my diet. But i make sure to get plenty of greens and other healthy fats in too.