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Wendy Rudell has spent the last 35 years living a very healthy lifestyle and pursuing her interest in all the healing arts. After working as head chef of a large vegetarian restaurant in British Columbia, Canada, and attaining a teaching degree, she became a coordinator and instructor for a Pritikin program in Maui that focused on reducing the effects of degenerative diseases. From 1984 to 1990, she owned and operated a raw food product manufacturing and distributing company on the island Kauai.
Returning to the continent, Rudell attained a teacher training degree in Hatha yoga from the Vancouver Yoga Institute and later studied Ashtanga yoga for three years. She graduated from the Arica Institute as a trainer, and became a licensed massage therapist and practiced in Hawaii for 12 years. She also worked as a qualified colon therapist, gourmet raw food chef, and yoga instructor at the Tassa Hanalei Retreat Center on Kauai for 3 years.
At the Optimum Health Institute in San Diego, California, Rudell implemented a complete program of lifestyle changes designed to teach guests how to live a raw foods lifestyle when they returned home. This included teaching gourmet raw food cuisine, theory and application, breath work, yoga, meditation, and nutrition. Rudell currently lives in Cabo San Lucas, where she provides a similar program at a health resort, integrating bio energetic medicine with the other modalities.
Rudell has developed Transform 2000, a process of awakening the mind/body/spirit and transforming our consciousness. (Visit the website at www.Transform2000.com.) She recently purchased 750 acres of land in the Cabo area to develop into a conscious community based on a raw food lifestyle and high spiritual values.
Easy to use. Easy to cook with. Do not hesitate to get it. A good book to have in your kitchen !Published 8 months ago by Nathalie
I love this book. It has so much awesome information that makes sense. Some of the recipes are to advanced for me at this point, but it's ok. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Georgia Bateman
This is a great book for someone who is just beginning to experiment or are interested in a raw diet. Great recipes and information.Published 21 months ago by Edward Wallace
I am just learning about the raw food diet and this is one of many books that I purchased. Great recipes.Published on September 25, 2012 by Carla S. Gregor
this book is very simple and user freindly for any vegan. the information is very useful. I highly recomend itPublished on April 24, 2011 by peter ayala
The author of this book has certainly done alot of research. It is refreshing to read a book that has been based on all the other books before it. I highly recommend this book.Published on August 19, 2010 by Megan Leedson
this is one of the first raw cookbooks i purchased....which led me to quickly purchased several more as this one didnt do it for me. Read morePublished on December 22, 2008 by E. Collins
I really like this book - great for transitioning into raw foods. So many recipes and most of them were delicious!Published on November 13, 2007 by Dodi Ellis