Live Blood Analysis: Raw Food Works

December 3rd, 2008 by Tonya Zavasta

Testimonial from Eva Thanatopoulos:

Live Blood Analysis: Before and After Pictures/ Six Weeks Later! Read the rest of this entry »

Raw Food Diet and Breathing Exercises

November 23rd, 2008 by Tonya Zavasta

There is no way we are getting energy from raw foods alone. Do not underestimate the power of breathing as part of an anti-aging lifestyle. It is enormous. Raw food and oxygen are our primary sources of vital energy. Therefore, attention to these bodily functions is fundamental in cultivating health and longevity. Read the rest of this entry »

Raw Foods and Natural Body Cycles

October 26th, 2008 by Tonya Zavasta

Body CyclesPeople ask me: Natural Hygiene practitioners like Harvey Diamond, Vivian Vertrano, and others teach that the body has a “natural” cycle divided into three parts:

12:00 noon—8:00 PM…Digestion
8:00 PM—4:00 AM…Assimilation
4:00 AM—12:00 noon…Cleansing

Doesn’t your practice of eating between 6 AM and 2 PM interfere with the “natural” period of cleansing? It would seem—in theory—that eating between noon and 8 PM would better follow the cycle. Read the rest of this entry »

Gaining and Losing Weight the Quantum Way!

December 23rd, 2007 by Tonya Zavasta

Quantum WeightMy husband Nick had concerns that everything would be “hanging” after his weight loss. He used to joke about this possible fate whenever the TV displayed some grotesque, flabby creature ready for cosmetic surgery. Skin can take on this hanging appearance after quick weight loss on crash diets because large amounts of supporting lean body mass are sacrificed.

No Flabby Skin

On raw foods your body will not just lose mass, but will gradually change its composition. You won’t need surgical procedures to maintain an attractive appearance. Remember that your skin is not a passive layer of tissue that will remain stretched out like an empty balloon after you lose weight. Rather, it is a living organ, actively adapting to the body’s internal and external environments. Read the rest of this entry »

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