John from shares answers to your questions based on his 28 years of experience learning about health and eating a raw vegan diet that is made up mostly of vegetables, and fruits. You will learn the answers to questions such as Why do people who eat plant-based get cancer? Do you buy frozen fruits? What are your thoughts on frozen fruits? Where to buy wheat berries to grow wheatgrass, do you sprout lentils and buckwheat, do you eat in the morning? Are supplements part of a natural lifestyle, what are the pros and cons of freeze drying and so much more…
After watching this episode, you will learn the answers to the above questions, and much, much more.
Jump to the Questions that John will answer in this episode:
00:00 Episode Starts
00:25 Post Your Question Here
00:40 Who am I?
01:19 Why do people who eat plant-based get cancer?
10:14 Do you buy frozen fruits? What are your opinions on them?
14:14 Where is the best place to buy Wheatberries to grow wheatgrass?
15:12 Do you ever eat sprouted Buckwheat or lentils?
16:26 Do you use borax? What are your favorite remedies?
17:22 Do you eat in the morning?
18:12 Do you snack at night?
20:37 What exercise do you do and suggest?
21:46 Do you eat day lily tubers?
22:19 Is there a way to make vegan kefir taste good?
24:00 Where do we get cocoa pods?
24:44 How are supplements part of a natural lifestyle?
26:55 What are the pros and cons of freeze drying?
29:30 What do you eat in a day microbiome version?
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