So, I haven't blogged for a while because I struggle to find the time....and.... Not much different was happening.
Since I fell off the 30 day raw plan I had, I've spent me time eating 'normal' and thinking.
I went back on insulin cos lets face it, my normal diet sucks!
And I did a bit more research.
Kevin Gianni from Renegade Health is an inspiration and a useful source of information.
The things that stood out for me most were:
Most people 'transition' to raw, not just jump in blindly.
100% raw is ridiculously hard to maintain.
(I wish I'd known all this before my attempts, so I wouldn't have ended up feeling like such a failure!)
And raw foodists have massive dental issues from constantly eating as raw food requires copious amounts of chewing to get enough nutrition and food into your system.
Also, each time I tried to go raw, I was
a. Doing it alone, with no help
b. Not doing enough research and planning.
c. Not understanding that going raw for my specific purpose of reversing diabetes would require a specific calorie controlled raw diet. Rather than living on raw desserts!
So my attempts were flawed from the start. But hey! This whole thing is trial and error for me 😄
This time though... I have a plan.