. . . or so they would like you to think. Admittedly, a lot of vegans look weak and sickly, but that’s because they don’t get enough protein and therefore don’t know how to live healthier on a plant-based diet. I do and I look healthy. So does Thor Bazler, author of Raw Power. I love this book because it shatters the myth that veganism is for wimps and girls who think eating meat is “yucky”. Thor tells it like it is, and he’s a healthy looking man who can bench press with the best of them. My kind of guy, because I like do the same thing. I like to spar Tae Kwon Do each Friday evening and I can outlast almost anyone on the floor. And like Thor, I’m a raw food vegan and have been for 15 years. Veganism is for the strong because it takes strength to live and eat that way.
“Long-time authority on raw foods, superfoods and truly natural bodybuilding, Thor Bazler outlines numerous techniques and strategies on how to gain muscle and strength completely naturally, eating a diet of raw foods and superfoods.” – Raw Power
Thor is a weight lifter himself and has seen the value of raw foods and how they can produce muscle if that is your desire.
“There is no field of science more clouded by misinformation than nutrition (even most doctors don’t know what the human diet should consist of), so I wanted to put together an easy-to-follow program for myself and others, a program based upon what has worked for me and many others.” – Thor Bazler
The art of being wise is knowing what to overlook!
Here are a few more tips from Thor:
* Get outdoors in fresh air and the sun and experience nature
* Exercise vigorously
* Associate with positive people
* Think powerful thoughts
* Delve into the mysteries of life
* Avoid mass media, television and other time- and mind-wasters
* Live in a place that is conducive to good health (fresh, clean air, low crime rate, local recreational opportunities, etc.)
* Have (or find) a really cool, balanced partner to share life with
Your life is either a chore or a celebration. The choice is yours. The art of being wise is knowing what to overlook!” – Thor Bazler