80/10/10 isn't about eating less than 10% of total calories from fat and from protein in every meal, or even every day, but rather as an average over the course of a month. Even for the week, Grant's fat intake was still below 10% of total calories despite the quantity of durian consumed on this day.
Grant Campbell (aka Raw Aussie Athlete), ultramarathoner, fruit connoisseur and our very own Director of Education has been an 80/10/10 raw vegan since 2005 and a devoted vegan since 1999.
What then, does a seasoned fruit lover and elite athlete eat in a day? Let's take a look!
This fun interview with raw vegan bass player Josh Fossgreen discusses his 80/10/10 story, why he does "stupid recipes," his music and more!
"I tried a high-fat raw vegan lifestyle but just felt so sluggish and depressed. I wasn't obtaining enough carbohydrates to meet my energy requirements, so I began to binge on sweet foods. Yes I felt better than when I was on a standard diet but still not great, and it wasn't sustainable. When I switched to high fruit, the heavens opened! I felt like a new person; I knew I had found the answer!"
This interview was originally featured on the raw natural hygiene community forum, moderated by 811 Allstar Grant Campbell. Learn more about Dr. Graham, as a person, and health enthusiast in this personal interview.
"I'm lighter and leaner, which helps me run faster and longer. I have better endurance. I recover from workouts much quicker. Pains I used to have such as plantar fasciitis, and stiffness healed. My weekly mileage is getting higher and higher, and I am totally psyched about setting new PRs this year!"
Grant Campbell, aka Raw Aussie Athlete, is an experienced ultramarathon trail runner who continues to rise to new levels of athletic performance since embracing a 100% 80/10/10 raw vegan (811rv) lifestyle more than four years ago.
Pam is truly an extraordinary woman. She is a national champion canoeist, motivational speaker, and so much more. We are proud to feature her as an 80/10/10 Allstar, and invite you to get to know one of our favorite people.
Harley Johnstone spent his first 24 years battling up-and-down energy levels and a host of maladies including chronic fatigue, asthma, Crohn's disease, hypoglycemia, mild arthritis, sleep disorders, depression, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, anorexia, acne, and more. These challenges led him to explore veganism and eventually raw veganism in 2005.
An interview of another amazing 80/10/10 athlete. Kathleen is a runner, cyclist, triathlete, endurance athlete, and a full-time mother of three. Learn about her training techniques, journey to 80/10/10 and what she's gained from her transition.