Raw Vegan Blood Tests, Woodstock Fruit Festival!

Raw Vegan Blood tests, oohhh just got my results from my 3rd year getting Blood work as I near 7 years as a 100% low fat raw vegan without the use of supplements or super foods.

Check the video as well as all the info and the actual results as a pdf below, hope you enjoy it tons!!

While enjoying time at Finca de Vida a amazing Raw Food Health and Wellness Retreat Center here in Costa Rica I have had the pleasure of meeting my new friend Dr Samuel Mielcarski. Dr Sam will also be presenting at the Woodstock Fruit Festival in NYC State this August 18th to 25th, its sure to be rawdiculous! Check out his site he is a amazing physical therapist as well as the creator of the “Revolutionary Rehab Manual,” an innovative resource that provides a common sense method to health and healing. Since Reading Dr Sam’s Manual I couldn’t help but become a affiliate. I really feel anyone and everyone could benefit from his expertise and well written manual.

Whether you have been injured in a accident, are experiencing wear and tear from athletics of simply have bent yourself out of shape from poor alignment and mechanics (as most of us have) or if you simply wish to take your athletics and health to a new level Dr SAM’s Revolutionary Rehab Manual is for you!!

I also happen to know that he offers a full money back guarantee as well don’t jah know!

To learn more, pick up a copy and also receive a simple free mini e-course dubbed

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TO the Blood work!!

Nearing 7 years as a 100% raw vegan, 3 years of consecutive full spectrum blood tests, I am more than secure in my lifestye. Not that I have had any doubt, my feelings of vitality and wellness ever cycling and growing to higher vibrations loving every minute of it. I feel blessed to have such a awesome MD, Dr Alex, whom has been dillegent in providing me excellent feedback regarding my bloodtests.

If you haven’t seen my last years blood work video blood work results and Charlizes 2nd bday madness” I highly recommend you watch it and feel free to compare values.

To this years blood tests, Raw Vegan Bloodwork after 6.5 Raw Vegan check them out here 🙂

When I went to pick up my blood tests the Doctor there asked “Why do you want them, there is nothing wrong with you” ahaha. Too fun, I mentioned that I wished to share them with my Web sites Raw Vegan Blog watchers, they then made me pay for the printouts ahha.

In comparing my blood work this year with the ones last year, that by the way my Dr told me “This is the best blood work I have ever seen”, there are only slight variations of values. Some areas are on the low end for the average person, some on the high end but that said I have never been looking for a average lifestyle. Its important to note that the rda’s as well as what is considered normal Values in Blood work is highly subjective. That is they are determined off of what the average person needs, or has in the case of blood work, to be in general health. Im not looking for general health, I am only wishing to Thrive!

When one eats a standard diet certain nutrient needs go up, namely alkaline minerals as well as certain antioxidants and vitamins. All that said my needs would be very different than the “average” person, much lower in many regards. That said my test numbers meet the  reference ranges for nutrients tested with these tests and by my Doctors word in the optimal values. Its interesting to note that the number of essential nutrients ever increases, a few decades ago nutritional science indicated we had a few dozen essential nutrients while now we know there are thousands if not hundreds of thousands. Plant food contains much more than we know, but what we do know is fruits and vegetables offer the nutrients we need in the ratios we need them more so than any other food on the planet! In fact Fruits are # 1` in more categories of essential nutrient needs in the ratios we need them than any food, and vegetables come in number two!

One value that this is often talked about in is b12. B12 levels in the general public are unreliable to base averages off of these days as most grain products, many dairy products and other “foods” are sprayed with supplemental b12. What most people don’t know is that this b12 to the greatest extent can be in analogue form. That is in a form that the body recognizes as usable but in reality cant be used by the body. Because of this mix up b12 receptor sites get clogged up by analogue b12 and can result in poor absorption (one of many reasons for this) of active b12. The reality is b12 deficiency is common in all types of diet, regardless of vegan vegetarian pescetarian or omnivore. Absorption is as big or bigger a issue than exposure. 7 years as a raw vegan, no supplements, eating simple often one food at a time when hungry till full has for me not only ensured but been proven optimal.

I am not against supplementing especially if fasting isnt a option as that would be my first protocol and natures truest one. Otherwise when there are clear absorption issues with nutrient need or clear signs of early deficiency there is no need to be dogmatic and abstain from a vegan supplement that can improve your conditions until proper digestion and absorption can be regained. In the end it all comes to us and our needs/preferences in self care. I do maintain a simple hygienic  diet among other hygienic lifestyle factors affords the highest measure of health vitality and exuberance one can obtain!

Spread this video as well as my last years blood work video “blood work results and Charlizes 2nd bday madness to those who wish more proof that a simple raw vegan diet can not only provide all we need to survive but all we need to thrive at our highest potential!

I look forward to continue walk the walk offering myself as example, or as Doug Graham puts it “be the Lighthouse” and for those who need it, Proof.


As Always

Wishing You Much

PeaceLovenSeasonalFruit ck

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  1. What’s up Chris!
    I would like to send you My APPRECIATION. I’m a relative baby to this lifestyle, not yet 100%RAW, but Low fat Vegan for SURE. I’ve been doin’ this crossover just under a year and a half now, & still learning, (FOREVER LEARNING), I’ve subscribed and UNsubscribed to MANY raw sites over this time. There is MUCH (dis)INFO to sift thru, (I AM a TRUTH SEEKER), so I seek THE BEST, and you, my friend, I consider ONE OF THE BEST. Yup, I’m stickin’ wit ya! Love your style, your smile, and your beautiful and goofy energy! I would like to extend a THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU!!!!, for teaching me CANDY APPLES!!!! YUUUUUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!LOVELOVELOVE!!!!!!(I can’t get ENOUGH). AND THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU for introducing me to MC MATRE!!! I AM a HUGE hip hop HEAD and he’s a GEM!!! I will be purchasing your recipe book in the near future (HARD COPY). I also Love the T-Shirts too, any for the Ladies??? Or is it correct to assume that the x-smalls are for us dolls??? Let me know, cause “oooh Baby I Like it RAAAAW!!!!!”…;))) Keep up the GOOD work…and MANYMANYMANY THANKS AND BLESSINGS TO YOU for doin’ it…

    1. Blessings Angela!!!
      Thanks so much for the love n super amazing generous flow, my pleasure for sure!!!
      Always learning, unlearning n growing!! Love it alll!!! 🙂
      Anything I can ever provide is my pleasure, holler anytime 🙂
      Love love love the candy apples too, sooo good eh, ahha a easy way to up the Apple meals cal 🙂
      Matre is the best too, so stoked on him and gem of a person inside n out, so happy you love his flow!!! All to helping others in your cirlcle n out grow 🙂
      Your right on the t-shirts, Xsmall or small is the way to go, although I am right now making my first girls cut t-shirt. The graffic will be Peacelovenseasonalfruit. I wil post about it when available 🙂 Going to email you this too as i am unsure it you get this in your ebox when i write, let me know if I double do er 🙂
      peacelovenseasonalfruit ck

  2. Wow. You are WAY too cute to be 30.
    Anyways – Awesome vid and congrats on the blood work. The Woodstock Fruit Festival also sounds Amazing… So many interesting, life-changing individuals in one place? 🙂

    1. Awwww Way to kind Amanda, much love!
      THanks for the Up’s stoked to flow my results! Oh my the Woodstock Festival will be soo amazing!!! Looking forward! 🙂

  3. Great blood work. Impressive ! I have been vegetarian for 21 years, vegan for 15 and 100% for 6.5. i find that the annual blood tests are vital for me to keep me current and updated on what adjustments i may need to do, which are usually vert little. Thanks for sharing !

    1. Blessings Jeff!!!
      thanks for sharing n the love yourself!! 🙂 Kudos on the flow us all sharing helping others grow in peacelovenseasonalfruit 🙂

  4. hey fyi! you might want to mark out your ph# and dob (that’s identifying info)! also, do you ever get triglyceride levels measured, or did i miss that on the blood work? i’d be really interested in this. thanks and i love the positive vibes!

    1. Blessings Rayna 🙂
      Prolly a good idea as i grow, in the moment not worried but hmm 🙂
      Unsure in truth if I got the Tri’s checked, asked for everything they got ahah but in truth wasnt really worried nor that active in every aspect as Ive never felt better in my life and take that as the best gauge.

  5. Chris, I’ve been on this raw diet for 6 months fairly hardcore. But my blood test results are not as impressive as yours probably because I’m close to twice your age, although I’ve been vegan most my life I was not always raw, but my test results never as disappointing as to when I went completely raw with some juice fasting in-between. I now have very Low vitD, low potassium, low bun creating and chloride also my sodium is low. The reason I did some fasting and did some Gods Pharmacy herbs is because my liver enzymes were elevated, and still are and my cholesterol was elevated but now it is within range, Also my pre-diabetes is now under control I dropped about 40 pounds. But I do have to take VitD supplement.Is there a way to get vitD naturally? I do live up North where winters are long.

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