Shared September 26, 2011
June 2010 Interview with nutritionist Dr. Aajonus Vonderplanitz founder of the Primal Diet, the most powerful and nutritionally dense diet for humans. After years of being vegan, frutarian etc, after testing diets with hundreds of humans and animals and after over 35 yrs eating raw meats, Dr. Vonderplanitz has devised the ever evolving Primal Diet which has helped thousands of people restore health.
The Primal Diet is all raw (max. 100 degrees Fahrenheit) low in carbohydrates and high in fat. No added salt - only what foods naturally contain. Raw fats are considered not only beneficial but vital, especially raw animal fats including all high saturated and high cholesterol foods. Raw plant fats and oils are used sparingly except raw coconut cream (different from coconut oil which is rarely truly raw). Dr. Vonderplantiz has concluded through the studying of the healthiest people on earth and his experiments that high cholesterol foods are essential to optimal health. The diet consists of raw fatty meats (fish, fowl, beef, bison etc), raw organ meats (raw liver, raw pancreas, raw intestines, raw adrenals, raw brains, raw bone marrow, etc) always accompanied with as much raw fat (raw unsalted dairy butter, raw whole eggs, raw unsalted cheese, raw dairy cream, raw coconut cream, avocados, but minimal raw vegetable oils), raw eggs throughout the day, raw full fat dairy, unheated honey (honey labeled raw is not really raw), minimal raw fruit (always with fat) and raw nuts (always with honey and eggs), raw coconut cream, raw vegetable juices (with some fat), all raw. Water consumption becomes optional after several years on the Primal Diet (unless sweating).
Books by nutritionist Aajonus Vonderplanitz, the Primal Diet author, include "The Recipe for Living Without Disease" and his book "We Want To Live - 2005 edition". Aajonus has helped thousands recover from vegetarianism/veganism. He is also helping small farmers survive against the big multinational + government attacks. Who will continue his mission in the future? The website http://www.wewant2live.com/ contains Dr. Vonderplanitz's latest findings.