February 24, 2014
I'm developing a concentrated fruit energy treat specifically to fuel intense or prolonged physical activity. If you're hiking all day long or running for more than 30 minutes at a time you might consider this product. I believe that when it comes to avoiding doctors and other ills, the book starts with fitness, ends with fitness, and has a chapter in the middle on nutrition. My point is you can't eat your way to good health although many people try, bless their hearts (sorry Dr. Mc Dougall).
I'm just in the beginning stages of marketing. I could use some support in the form of feedback and advice on which path to follow. Obviously there are many hats to wear here, and I've worn none of them before. What I've got going for me is that I'm a very informed consumer. That's about it, other than that I wear a tool belt and make things out of wood. Also there is the product itself as a conversation starter and an introduction of non-vegans to the joys and tastes of an animal free lifestyle. I believe there are ways to portray Veganism through food sharing and positive reinforcement that will be effective and non-threatening.
N/A. My email is [masked] (Just a note, the text appearing in my profile has many characters showing up that are not typed into what appears on my profile. I've proofread my version and the version that appears on the website has many extra characters). Sorry about that, I hope you still can understand it.
I've spent the last two years searching for wonderful animal free meals. I spend a fair amount of time each day engaged in activities that require "high octane" foods. The challenge has become to fuel these activities with vegan foods.