Paul, Yulia, and their 11 month old baby girl, Elanie spend a lot of their time in South East Asia. Yulia started eating this way in 2009, overcoming Candida and depression with a matter of days. Never being into athletics, they started to enjoy endurance sports, including a marathon and triathlon.
Jack explains how changing his food choices to a low-fat fruit based, 80/10/10 diet unlocked unforeseen running potential. He has gone on to dramatically improve his marathon PR and even placed 2nd in a very tough 100 mile ultra marathon. Transcript included.
80/10/10 Interview with Pro Fitness Model, Erin Moubray. Erin discusses how adopting the 80/10/10 diet helped her earn her Pro Card in fitness competition. Transcript included.
Diet, exercise, stretching, and fitness tips from Ted Carr, Dr. Graham, and the FoodnSport team are included in this interview of Ted Carr. He started 80/10/10 six years ago, and lost his acne while gaining mental clarity and emotional poise. Read this interview for more.
Simon Little is healing his IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Celiac disease and increased his energy levels, mental and spiritual clarity with the help of The 80/10/10 Diet. Watch this short video interview for more. Transcript included.
Robby Barbaro manages his type 1 diabetes with the 80/10/10 low-fat fruit-based diet. He lives in Santa Monica, CA, is operations manager for Forks Over Knives. His records and shares his diet, blood sugar readings, insulin and more. Managing his diabetes is not the only benefit he's enjoyed from this diet and lifestyle.
Mats tells it how it is. Eating a 80/10/10 diet leaves you trim and strong. Keep it plant based, vegan. Aim for raw. Eat plenty of carbs. Keep the fat and protein intake low.
Diane Ligon lives in Manhattan in New York City. She's a member of the 80/10/10 Family and has done a huge range of freelance work in acting, teaching and writing. She started her raw vegan journey four years ago, and has best results with 80/10/10.
Fourth section of this five-part interview of Dr. Graham originally published October 5, 2014, entitled: 80/10/10 Interview: One Simple Tactic to Stop Food Cravings, Without Starving or Over-Exercising (Part 4). Reprinted with permission from Ola Huna: Health Secrets Made Simple.
Dr. Graham interview of Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram who overcame her hyperglycemia with the 80/10/10 diet and improved her health and vitality in many other ways. Excerpted. Transcription included.
Ronnie Smith lives in Glasgow, Scotland, work for the Civil Service and also teaches guitar. He is the main organizer of the UK Fruitfest, a raw vegan festival in the UK. He started his 80/10/10 journey in 2011.
Third part of a five-part interview of Dr. Graham originally published September 7, 2014, entitled: 80/10/10: Best Foods to Boost Energy and Athletic Performance? (Part 3). Reprinted with permission from Ola Huna: Health Secrets Made Simple.
Ido Portal, a phenomenal practitioner of movement, refuses to work and train with vegans, claiming that all vegans are too weak and have too low energy to train at elite fitness levels. Perhaps Ido hasn't met the vegans that are on this YouTube channel. Tim Shieff, vegan and world champion free running champion allays the concerns held by many that going vegan involves losing strength and stamina.
Part two of a five-part interview of Dr. Graham was originally published August 16, 2014, was originally entitled: 80/10/10: Cut Down Fat and Recover Twice as Fast from Workouts? (Part 2). Reprinted with permission from Ola Huna: Health Secrets Made Simple.
This first part of a five-part interview of Dr. Graham was originally published August 11, 2014, was originally entitled: 80/10/10: The Hottest and Most Overlooked Diet For Athletes? (Part 1) Reprinted with permission from Ola Huna: Health Secrets Made Simple.
Katy Craine attended her first FoodnSport event in 2010, and has been involved in almost every event since. A Simply Delicious Culinary Skills graduate, she has been co-chef with Chef Alicia Ojeda at our Washington retreats, head chef at our Costa Rica retreats, co-written several of the Simply Delicious Raw Recipe Series with Dr. Graham, and more. Discover how she did it, what she's doing now, and more about her life in this interview.
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!
"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.