On this page are:
  • Products I use and love 
  • Gurus and teachers who've educated me
  • Websites I've found tremendously informative 
  • Programs I've done and found beneficial 
  • Books I've read and highly recommend

Free Food & Medicine

First and foremost, I recommend Markus Rothkranz's informational set Free Food & Medicine. These DVDs have been incredibly valuable to me, saving me a lot of money on herbs and groceries. I've been able to successfully forage in my yard, on friends' land and all around my local vicinity.
The Free Food & Medicine DVDs are such a value that every time I watch them I still learn something new. They're entertaining and worth watching with the family, and the information is the sort that you can make use of your entire lifetime.

Vitamins B12 & D

The only supplements I ever recommend are for vitamin B12, vitamin D and probiotics. Certain things are often sold as supplements are harmful, or at the least, not beneficial. I recommend Dr. Furhman's Gentle Care formula for a number of reasons. It is the only vitamin supplement I take.
It contains vitamin C as calcium ascorbate and acerola fruit extract, for example, not just as "ascorbic acid" which is an ineffective way to take it that is harmful with long-term over-use.
It contains Vitamin D as "ergocalciferol" which is a vegan source of Vitamin D which is just as effective as animal-source.
In one capsule it contains more than 100% of both the vitamin D and vitamin B12 needed for a single day, so one capsule a day is all you need if you're only using the multi-vitamin for that purpose.
It doesn't contain harmful fillers, like many supplements do. Surprisingly, many capsules contain some form of sugar! The "non active" ingredients in Dr. Furhman's blend are things like this: acai fruit extract, goji berry extract, kale and watercress. These are excellent sources of nutrition.
A bottle contains 120 capsiles, so you only need to purchase three bottles for the entire year. Another great perk is the shipping is free.

Your Raw Business

If you're looking to sell your ability to teach raw food classes, give raw food lectures or to market yourself online as a raw educator, then I highly recommend this course: Raw Food Riches.
The course includes interviews you can listen to from successful raw food educators and chefs talking about their success, how their business started, what mistakes they made, and how they've learned to make a great living in this expanding business.
The frank commentary really opened my eyes. I was able to see exactly where I wanted to take my own business. This information is high valuable for many reasons:
  • You won't just magically attract people to you just because you're knowledgeable
  • People are desperate to heal, and you can help if you know how to attract them to you
  • You deserve to make a good living off of your hard work
  • This business is not a competition! The more educators, the better!
Don't wait. Start learning how you can bring your knoweldge to others successfully now. Click here to learn more.
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When reading, the most incredible things I've ever learned came from stories. Stories are more memorable. They create images and time-lines in our minds. They give us all the background information that lead up to a great moment, a great realization, a great break-through.
In reality, we only truly grasp ("grok") something through personal experience. We can not add to our experience through reading dry data. But we really can and do add to our experience with stories. The more detailed, authentic, and dynamic the story, the more there is for us to learn from it. The more it resonates with us and touches us, the more we retain what we've learned.
It is because of this that I'm writing my own life as a series of autobiographical novels. If this interests you, please sign up at left and visit my patreon page for exclusive access to my personal revelations, diary entries and autobiographical novels as I'm writing them. You'll also get a lot of other awesome perks, which you can read about here: