« Loosing Your Mojo | Main | Health Care & Sick Care »

Raw Food Hike-a-thon 2005

Rawhikeathon_1

"Follow Doug Walsh as he hikes the 3,000 mile Continental Divide Trail on a 100% raw food diet. Doug's amazing hike started on Earth Day 2005 (April 22nd)."

How great is this! Doug is living out the warrior/traveler archetype in us all. Keep posted on Doug's  raw journey via: Dough Walsh's Raw-Hike Journal

More from Doug Walsh:

Doug's Trail Health drink

2 heaping Tbl. Vitamineral Green (Healthforce Nutritionals).
2 heaping Tbl. of Really Raw Carob Powder (Goldmine Natural Foods).
1 tsp. of spirulina powder (Healthforce Nutritionals).
pinch of warming spices like cardamom, ginger, etc.
pinch of Himalayan Salt (Nature’s First Law)

"I’ll put all these ingredients in an 8 oz. nalgene bottle, add water, shake and consume. The really raw carob powder from Goldmine Natural Foods adds an enzyme rich complex carbohydrate that makes the drink taste good. Most carob powders are heated. Even the ones labeled ‘raw’ which you can buy in Health Food Stores are heated to over 350 degrees in processing. Really Raw Carob Powder from Goldmine is wild crafted and unheated. Spirulina powder (blue green algae) from Healthforce Nutritionals is the most nutritious food on the planet. It contains a whopping 60% protein, more than any other food. Spirulina also contains every nutrient necessary in human nutrition. Himalayan Salt from Nature’s First Law is the finest salt on the planet. This unheated and unprocessed salt is actually good for you. It is free of the pollution which plagues sea salts, and the abundant minerals are in monoatomic form. This Health Drink is the most important part of my trail nutrition."

We Like It Raw's Top 3 Favorite Raw-Hike Posts

  1. Following Your Heart
  2. Hot Springs or food?
  3. First Day on the Trail

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341cedee53ef00e5504b226c8833

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Raw Food Hike-a-thon 2005:

Comments