A List Of Warming Raw Foods

Aloha. It's Dan The Man.

One of the most commonly asked questions I get is…

“How do I stay warm in the wintertime on a raw food diet?”

Using my knowledge of Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine combined with 17 years of raw vegan experience I have answered that question in depth and you'll be surprised at what you'll learn.

Too few people understand these principles and this knowledge and my experience will benefit you and your family greatly.

You want to know what I know!

I took all these warming foods and created a brand new online class called ‘How To Stay Warm In Winter In A Raw Food Diet'
This online class is for anyone who wants to understand how to create amazingly delicious and healthy meals for their family that will keep their bodies warm and robust. You do not have to be a raw food eater to benefit from this knowledge. This class is for everyone!

It's available now!

Thank you for sharing this very rare opportunity with your friends and family. I do not know of anyone else teaching these principles.
Health knowledge and self care is the greatest wealth in today's world.

Aduki beans, avocado, ashwaganda, cinnamon bark and twig, basil, brazil nuts, broccoli, cauliflower, rosemary, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, black cumin, walnuts, pine nuts, fennel, dill, anise, carraway, cumin, mustard greens, winter squash, cabbage, kale, onion, chives, garlic, cherries, oranges, grapefruit, lemon, hot peppers, anise, cloves, coriander, nutmeg, dates, dried fruits, ginger, ginseng, olive oil, honey, kumquat, leeks, mustard greens, macadamia nuts, oats, papaya, parsley, pumpkin, parsnips, red peppers, black pepper, quinoa, rutabaga, scallions, turmeric, mustard seeds, tea, apple cider vinegar, water cress, wasabi.

Thank you.

321 Soup – its in the Warm on Raw online class and it is incredibly delicious, satisfying energizing and warming.


Dan McDonald