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Hi all!

I am currently working out with a personal trainer. She thinks that Raw food eating is wonderful (but very new to her). She can’t believe how strong I am with the weights. I have never taken a spin class until recently and couldn’t believe how well I did.

My question is what Raw foods are good for protein requirements. This is what I eat daily…

Breakfast (preworkout) 2 bananas handful of blackberries handful of blueberries 2 or 3 large strawberries almond milk 1/2 to 1 oz. mixed raw nuts

Snack (post workout) Green smoothie (2 cups organic spinach, 1 tsp Spirulina, 1 tbsp wheat grass, 1-2 small bananas, handful of blueberries, raw honey for a touch of sweetness)

Lunch (if I am hungry) Salad: mixed organic baby lettuce, tomato, onion, 1/2 avocado, 1 tsp olive oil, lemon juice or vinegar.

Snack: Fruits in season (melon, peaches, etc.)

Dinner: Salad: mixed organic baby lettuce, tomato, onion, 1/2 avocado (or 1/2 oz.nuts), 1 tsp olive oil, lemon juice or vinegar.

If hungry after dinner: frozen banana pureed to ice cream.

Should I add sprouted buckwheats, quinea or wheat berries to the day? I also have organic hemp protein.

Any advice is appreciated…


  • anyone????

  • Hi babydollsea this link might be helpful….

    good luck with your goals! :)

  • PS: I decided to copy & paste the summary… but for descriptions/explaination/further info on each one please see the link I posted above. :)

    Top 10 Raw Protein Foods! by Alex Malinsky

    Below is a list of some of the most highest concentrated raw foods in assimiable proteins!

    1. Hemp Seeds

    2. Goji Berries

    3. Sprouts

    4. Spirulian/Blue Green Algae

    5. Pure Synergy

    6. Maca

    7. Avocado

    8. Figs

    9. Greens and veggies

    10. Sprouted Nuts and Seeds

  • You are so awesome! Thanks…This will definitely put me on the right track!

  • You’re very welcome :)

    Have fun with your training!

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