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Interview with Mr. Nature Love

While spending time this weekend with my good friend and mentor, Mr. Nature Love, I got the spontaneous urge to interview him for WLIR. Lucky for me (and you) Nature was noting but excited! So here you go, 45 minutes of pure raw goodnes. (Photos of Nature and his ripped raw food body coming soon)

Download interview mp3 (62mbs)

Topics Covered

  • How I met Nature and how we become my friend/mentor
  • Thoughts on synchronicity & health
  • Nature's diet, food evolution and his arthritis
  • Working out and raw food nutrition
  • Muscle and bone, being thin but healthy
  • The spiritual element of food
  • Kissing girls while being on a raw food diet
  • Loving yourself, self sabotage & insecurities
  • Transforming together with mentors and friends
  • Evolving our internal world to change our external world
  • Ecological impact of food
  • Our body, a reflection of the Earth
  • Natural sensitivities on raw foods
  • We don't have things figured out!

Comments

Lujan Matus

Not only am I impressed with the information on this blog, what impressed me was the power and obvious vitality of Mr. Nature Love.

I thought I was the only raw foodist who was covered in tattoos :)

Dan

Hey Nature and Dhru,

Nature nicely done man got some questions for you if you don't mind, first what is your take on green smoothies, I have read that when we chew these raw greens we do not have the capability of extracting all the nutrients from the leaf or green because the plant cell walls have not been ruptured enough through chewing and can only be extracted through blending? 2 a day 8oz. raw greens and 8 oz. raw fruit for a total of 1 lb. greens and 1 lb. fruits a day is that around the quantity you consume daily? And my second question is concerning calories is this just a myth or do we really need a certain amount of calories a day, because raw greens don't have many calories and it sounds like unless I'm wrong that you get most of your nutrition from leafy and wild greens? 1 lb. of fruit per day doesn't really account for many calories? Plus I do not get hungry after from consuming this amount of nutrition. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Dan

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