Posts Tagged ‘Raw Food’

Your Metabolic Journey – with Marc David

One of the most powerful and amazing dimensions when it comes to our health is our personal story. Who we are, the life we’ve lived, and the challenges and triumphs we’ve faced not only create our identity in a deeply personal way, but also impact us profoundly when it comes to our biology. We refer […]

The Pros and Cons of a Raw Food Diet

When you begin researching the history of vegetarian diets, you begin to see how far back these approaches to eating go (think Pythagoras) and how long they have flourished. There is a rich tradition of simplifying the diet to keep the body clean, light, and toxin free, especially in spiritual traditions that emphasize an experiential […]

5 Tips for Going Raw

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]