Am I 100% raw? 100% vegan? (video)


In this video I tell how raw and vegan I’m (took it after a long day, so I’m slightly tired). You can actually guess this from my last post on raw food staples.



It’s a bit tedious, so below I’m summarizing the important points.



100% raw?


The short answer is no.

Long answer: it depends on the season.

I’d say I’m close to being 100% raw during summer.

In the winter, about 93-100% raw.



100% vegan?


Again, no.

Depends on the season, partially. Here are 3 non-plant supplements that I take:


1. Raw egg yolks

Am I 100% raw? 100% vegan? (video)

Butter oil. It’s slightly different from ghee

During winter I take organic raw egg yolks for vitamin B12. On average, it adds to about 2-4 per month.


2. Fermented cod liver oil & butter oil blend (raw)

In the last 2 years, I’ve been taking fermented cod liver oil & butter oil blend.

The blend provides vitamins A, D, and K2. As well as Omega-3, 6, 7 and 9 fatty acids.

I take it primarily for my eyes. The thing is, I have a moderate nearsightedness (had it before going raw vegan). Whereas vitamins A and D help with many eye conditions.

I also take it for my teeth. I did a couple mistakes in my first years on this diet. Which made my teeth more prone to cavities. So, I’m trying to strengthen/regrow dentin and enamel in some places. Yeah, it’s possible. I had two small cavities that got arrested. Thanks to good amounts of vitamins K2, D, and A in these oils.

Ideally, I need to be taking this blend year round.


3. Ground eggshell powder

The last one, a ground eggshell powder. Including the eggshell membrane (the thin lining that lines the inside of the eggshell).

I take it for any essential minerals that I may miss or not get enough from foods. Such as iron and calcium. Very good availability (1)!

I take it all year round.






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