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Philip McCluskey is a sought-after motivational speaker, author, and weight loss expert who inspires and educates thousands worldwide about the raw food lifestyle, after he lost over 215 pounds naturally. After thirty failed diet attempts and the looming prospect of gastric bypass surgery, raw food saved Philip’s life, transforming him from a morbidly obese 400 pounds to a fit, energized, and glowing 185 pounds.
Passionate about the vibrant health and energy he gained when he lost his poor eating habits and emotional hang-ups, Philip has made it his mission to spread hope and health to others. He has appeared as a guest speaker at health events, CBS show The Doctors, Jack LaLanne commercials, and has also inspired over a million viewers who have followed his journey on YouTube. He is the author of six books including the Healthy, Hot & Energized Program, and co-founder of Vimergy.com, a Chinese herb website whose mission is to empower, educate and provide the finest wildcrafted superherbs so that you can experience your true potential and live a long, happy life.
Visit him at Vimergy.com today!
If you are already a raw foodie this book will mean nothing to you. If you are new to it, then give it a try.Published 20 months ago by Linda Countertop
I really DID want to love this book. It is pretty thin and I would have liked to have MORE recipes, so I think that is a real shortcoming. Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by L. Pearson
I bought this book as an ebook mainly because of the price but I also like to put ebooks on my ipad so then it's portable also. I tried several of the recipes and loved them. Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by Texasnewf
I got the booklet Raw Food, Fast Food: Simple Recipes, Faster Than Takeout originally as an e-book, because it was less expensive - and regretted it. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by DS
Since a friend put me onto the idea of raw foods a few months ago, I've sort of had a net out for helpful resources, and this dropped right spang into that slot. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by Jacque Marshall
I REALLY LIKE THE IDEA OF RAW FOOD AND PRAISE THE AUTHOR FOR HIS EFFORT TO MAKE RAW SIMPLE AND QUICK. Read morePublished on February 8, 2011 by patty
We decided to try raw diet for a week and I got this book just at the end. Tomorrow it's our last day, it's enough because without a fancy blender and dehydrator we had only salad... Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by belle