Nature's First Law: The Raw-food Diet

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Maul Brothers Pub., Oct 1, 1998 - Raw food diet - 218 pages
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User Review  - Celso - Goodreads

There are probably good Raw-food books out there, but this one is terrible. Read full review

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User Review  - *elasticfate - Goodreads

though the writers can be a bit too militant at times, and their wording is sometimes that of someone in their idealist college phase of life, there is a wealth of information in this book that makes ... Read full review



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Arlin studied business and real estate for several years. He concluded that modern education is an indoctrination program for the development of mediocrity and set up for the lowest common denominator. He turned his eye towards the study of Nature.

Dini is an avid entertainer, philosopher, and writer.

Internationally renowned author and one of the world's foremost authorities on raw-food nutrition, David Wolfe conducts nearly 100 health lectures and seminars, and hosts at least 6 raw adventure retreats each year in the United States, Canada, Europe, the South Pacific, as well as in Central and South America.
David is the founder of Sunfood Nutrition(TM), a worldwide distributor of organic beauty products, bulk organic foods, and exotic raw foods, and co-founder of the continuously evolving online magazine Additionally, David is the president of The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to plant 18 billion fruit trees on the planet. When time allows, David plays the drums for The Healing Waters Band.
Previous books by David Wolfe include "Eating for Beauty" and "Naked Chocolate.

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