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That would be one of the benefits compared to an 80% 17 day diet. “There’s no question I could get addicted [to cooked food] in a short period of time.” Sometimes people make food look like a hamburger or go out to raw restaurants. When you go out to raw restaurants, the meals are quite high in fat. You witnessed me eating high fat stuff when we met in New Jersey and then in New York on your It’s not the end of the world if you eat that. Just don’t eat that every single day. I tell people to keep eating salt. Master eating all raw food, even if you’re eating some salt, garlic, onions, Bragg’s or Nama Shoyu. For the most part, you’re better off than you were before. Getting to 100% raw is not always the final destination. It’s one thing to get to 100% raw. You keep making refinements and improvements over time. You can make those recipes. You don’t want to get to the point where 30%, 40% or 60% of your calories. Yes, calories are from fatty foods. Eventually you want to stop using salt, soy sauces, Bragg’s, onions, hot peppers and some of spices. It gives you better health results. Many people think these things are good for them. You hear about the benefits of garlic. This is something for another time. Overall, I don’t think those things are good for me. I was addicted to those too. It’s one thing to give up the addiction to cooked food. Later on you need to give up addictions to the more stimulating foods in the raw foods arsenal. You can start off pretty easy. To summarize the transition plan, basically it involves making the decision to go 100% raw. At the same time keep your fat intake fairly low. You can make some recipes with compromises. You can make some high fat recipes. You will eventually phase out those as you learn more. That’s a great plan. That’s going to be very helpful for people to know that. I kept a high fat raw diet for many years myself. I was 100% raw with 50% of my calories coming from fat for three years. I experienced some negative effects and don’t recommend that. You don’t recommend that. Obviously, this is very different from what we were talking about. We’re talking about making compromises if you need to at first and then phasing those out. If you get 50% or 60% of your calories per day in fat, make the rest of the week much lower in fat. I’ve gone two days in a row with no fatty foods at all. I don’t miss or crave it. I was advancing beyond the raw food mindset in my thinking. Learn more at http://austingosser.bcz.com/2016/12/12/17-day-diet-for-quick-weight-loss/ and https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/01/01/17-day-diet-research-2016/You get to the point where that becomes natural. Once you keep changing habits in your life, you start to see that you can do that. You can make changes. It’s good to have a transition. You can have some high fat days. Keep it down to 20% or 15% of your calories in fat over the month. The goal is 10% or less. If 15% of your calories come from fat, it’s not going to be the end of the world. Do you have any last words of advice or encouragement on this topic? The main thing I want to stress is that life is like a paradise. Learn more at http://forevercutting.weebly.com/the-fitness-blog/17-day-diet-building-muscle

May 15th, 2017

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