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Evening With: Dr. Doug Graham: Why People Fail on Raw Foods and How to Succeed!

We had an awesome turn out at Doug's last talk, so he has agreed to speak for us again. This time on a different topic!

An evening with...

Dr. Doug Graham

Why People Fail on Raw Foods and How To Succeed Beyond Your Wildest Dreams!

• Are you struggling to stay 100% raw? • Do you find yourself craving, bingeing, or is your eating just eating out of control?

• Is your weight, or your energy, not where you want it to be?

• Are you drawn towards salty foods, starchy food, and even non-vegan foods?

• Would it help if someone just explained how your body actually works?

Dr. Graham will share with you the patterns for successful eating that have helped thousands of people succeed on the programme described in his landmark book, "The 80/10/10 Diet".

Sit back and enjoy as Dr. Graham gives you the concepts and the nitty gritty details of complete lifestyle success. This evening will change your life, and the way you live it!

• Date: Saturday 7th June 2014

• Time: Doors open 6.30pm till 9pm

• Location: St Mary's Community Hall, 134a Abbey Road, London, NW6 4SN

• Entrance: On the door £20, In advance £15

• Booking: [masked] Limited Spaces!

Please note that there are limited spaced for this event and that RSVPing on meetup does not guarantee you a place. Please reserve you place via the following email [masked] About Dr. Graham Dr. Douglas Graham, a lifetime athlete and raw fooder since 1978 is an adviser to world-class athletes and trainers from around the globe. He has worked professionally with top performers from almost every sport and every field of entertainment such as Martina Navratilova and Demi Moore. His expertise and experience has been recognised in his role as a key note speaker at raw food events all over the globe.

He will inspire, motivate, educate, and entertain you like no one else in the health movement can!

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  • susan d.

    There are so many factors with toxins being a hugh component for thyroid disease, diabetes, heart disease. We need to be proactive in our health vs the sick care system (disease management) as found in US (I also worked for NHS.)
    Interesting sources of info - www. (Silicon Valley Health Institute we have monthly live streamed videos as well as ten years of archived videos (we are in the middle of updating our website) that you can watch (Daniel Amen, Bob Lustig, Gary Taubes, info on EMF, dental issues) The majority of these videos are focused on health outside what we receive in medical school. Of course we have info on raw foods as well (Dr. T). A raw food diet has many benefits as it is scary what is put in food, skin products, etc. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. My email address is on the above website

    June 12, 2014

  • anna k.

    Thanks guys, and Susan very helpful. I know as a nurse that we need good fat to make prostaglandins, cholesteral, hormones etc & good brain function. Many people are low in iodine selenium & zinc and too high in copper (from chocolate, advocado & nuts) and this causes thyroid problems. Many clinicians have told me to go on the paleo or Western Price diet to heal my leaky gut, but after most of my life without meat I could never eat it. Hope to meet you all soon.

    June 12, 2014

  • anna k.

    I was disappointed to miss his talk on Saturday, I had an event during the day and was exhausted. I've been vegi for 30 years, and began raw 2 years ago but struggling, and I lost so much wt, was down to 7st, so I'm back to 50% raw. I suffer M.E. & candida and Brian Clement told me not to eat fruit for 2 years, but where do I get my calories if I'm low fat? If fructose goes directly to the liver does one get a 'fatty liver'. I'm strictly gluten free but take wheat & barley grass for energy but worried that the gluten is reacting. Can anyone give me the jist of his talk and any pointers to a healthy raw diet. Thanks.

    June 11, 2014

    • Pilar

      Hi Anna, come along to the next one which hopefully is in November or join our thriving community here (­kuk) where you can meet and share knowledge with other successful fruit munchers -)

      June 11, 2014

    • Milan M.

      did you read his book, 80/10/10?
      there was someone filming, hope this video gets published somewhere to watch

      June 11, 2014

  • susan d.

    he did not have a lot of content and took a long time to say little. He did mention the 80- 10-10. Don't worry about the calories - if you go into ketones that is good. Low fat is a problem. You should eat healthy fat - coconut, avocado, olive oil, nuts, seeds etc (seeds are even better if sprouted). It is the low fat movement that led us to the baad health we have today (sugar was added, foods were processed - check Robert Lustig and Gary Taubes ) Many clinicians have found that the long term affects of raw can lead to bad health. We need zinc and vitamin B 12. Being grain free is good. One needs to look at gut health and the over all picture including genetics

    June 11, 2014

  • Milan M.

    great evening

    June 8, 2014

  • Judith J.

    I missed his last talk and therefore i am sooo looking forward to this one. I tried raw foods in 2011 and lost a whopping 4st in a few months. Before that i tried vegan and still before that vegetarian for a very short time, never staying on any long enough. I regained all that weight when i went back to my old habits and i have struggled since then with the lifestyle. In my head i know its the best diet for me as i can see and feel the difference in my body each time i go raw. I need to maintain it long enough for lasting results. I look at my kitchen counter and see all the gadgets i bought, but they need consistent long term use! :)

    2 · May 2, 2014

    • Pilar

      Wow what an inspiring story! And I know what you mean about consistent use of the gadgets! Doug's last talk was great and this one will be just as good if not better! Glad you can make this one Judith. You can reserve your place by emailing [masked]. Limited places. Hope to see you there. :-)

      May 2, 2014

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