And The Raw Food Lifestyle readers keep asking...

Who ELSE  wants to achieve personal breakthroughs and find a blueprint for moving toward a happier, healthier, more satisfying life?

Raw Food Lifestyle Full CoverQuestion For You: Are you truly happy with your life?

No sugar coating it. Be honest.

  • Is your body thriving and disease free? Do you rarely get sick and have plenty of energy to do the things you want?
  • Do you wake up giddy each day because you get to work on projects that move your closer to your goals and the life you want to live?
  • Are you fairly steady in all areas of your life, or are you thriving in some areas and drowning in others?
  • Do you find yourself entering periods of depression or malaise that you just can't seem to get out of?
  • When you take a step back and assess, does this year, or this decade, seem more satisfying than your last one? In other words, over the long haul, is your life getting better?

Seriously. Take a moment now to ponder it deeply...

ANSWER:  If you've said "no" to any of these questions, then it's safe to say that you are NOT living the life that you truly want and desire.

You could be in a much better place right now, but something seems to be holding you down, or makes you feel stuck.

...maybe some road block is making your look at the possibilities of life and say "no", as if all hope is lost, and your desires are not realistic.

...Or perhaps you've become disconnected from your dreams and desires, practically giving up somewhere along the way?

Or...is it possible...that, like most people...

You Have No Clue What You Need to Do to Pull Yourself Out Of Your Rut

...and are pursuing raw foods in search of answers to your health problems, your mental or emotional hangups, or because of a vague sense that you're not all you could be?

The Truth Is This: A raw food diet, no matter how well managed, will not take you all the way toward what you're looking for.

Raw foods are amazing - They've helped me overcome colitis, lose weight, and given me more energy and mental clarity than I ever dreamed was possible.

Yet I never would have been able to get out of my rut and start thriving without going beyond diet and changing how I think and organize my life.

Of course, what I'm talking about is the Raw Food Lifestyle

The Raw Food Lifestyle Ebook is about intelligently designing your reality for optimal results.

It's about grabbing hold of the reigns of your life instead of merely experiencing whatever gets thrown your way.

It's time to wake up and start charting a course toward what you want.

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In 2002 I was miserable. I was borderline obese at 220 pounds, suffered from regular bouts of depression, and couldn't muster enough energy to care about myself.

Besides all this, I was pretty much convinced I was worthless and would never amount to anything, which pretty much took away my incentive to try harder.

I had spent my youth in special education classes, where I was convinced that I was mentally inferior to everyone else. Looking around me, it seemed liked all areas of my life were dismal, and I saw little reason to believe things would improve.

Today I'm trim and healthy, I'm a successful journalist, I recently ran a marathon, and my life seems to keep getting better.

More importantly, I'm excited to be alive, and look forward to the future every day.

So What changed?

After years of research, things really started to take off for me when I realized I was such a mess because I'd utterly failed to address my human needs.

Sure, I wasn't starving to death and I had a place to live, but that's pretty much where things ground to a halt.

My social life was a nonexistent, I was fueling my body with the worst food possible, and my mind was running rampant down the most negative of paths.

So let me ask you: What do a man on the verge of suicide, a woman who is getting but not really thriving, and someone who is so happy and impassioned that he can barely contain himself have in common?

Whether they're aware of it or not, all of these people, and everyone else, is sitting at various points on the same spectrum of human development.

Outside the fleeting differences in their physical realities, the only things that set them apart is how well they're meeting their own needs.

Our Human Needs

You may have heard of Maslow's hierarchy of needs and wonder how meeting his suggestions could possibly tie into the raw food lifestyle.

Maslow's pyramid is a great start, but when the psychologist was writing in the 1950s he lacked the wealth of science that has emerged in the interim.

He lacked, for instance, a simple but key understanding modern psychologists have gained of depression: that it comes and goes depending on what we concentrate on.

He knew nothing of our need of a diet composed of whole, ripe, raw fruits and vegetables, or how keenly we are affected by lack of sunshine. Nowhere in his pyramid does he mention the power belief has over our life, and the tremendous amount of good exercise does for us.

The Truth Is that each need is like a pillar supporting the platform we live on. A few short or unstable pillars won't damage us too much, but let enough fall into ruin and your life will come tumbling down, as mine did.

In The Raw Food Lifestyle I review our many human needs - some you've likely never even considered - and explain how you can start addressing them one by one.

The Raw Food Lifestyle Part One
Out of the Doldrums

Whether you're depressed or merely looking to grow, an understanding of why so many of us fall into malaise, and how this problem can be easily prevented by proper use of our minds and bodies is critical.

Are you tired of the worthless recommendations of of the drug-happy medical industry?

This section outlines the dead-end routes of most psychoanalytical and medical approaches to depression, and the science that's emerged over the last few decades showing us a better way.

No matter what your circumstances, you can break free of your lowest low by applying these tips. These are the principles I used to escape depression and get moving in the right direction.

Some of the Key Points of Part One Include:
  • Why what we concentrate on determines our mood, and how we can use simple principles to escape depression forever. 
  • Surefire methods to calm your mind so you can start looking at your situation realistically -that is, with hope.
  • Bringing laughter back into your life
  • Distracting yourself to happiness with passions.

The Raw Food Lifestyle Part Two
The Mind

No matter how wealthy, good looking, and outwardly successful you may seem, if you haven't learned to control your mind you're at the mercy of outside forces.

You're unlikely to find long term success on a raw food diet without changing the way you view the world, which comes down to belief.

So tell me: Are you responsible for everything that happens to you, good or bad?

Most people will quickly say no, but I've dramatically improved my life by changing that answer to yes.

Stop and ask yourself: Where do your beliefs come from?

You've got a host of lenses (beliefs) in front of your eyes that color your perception of reality. You likely didn't put most of them in place yourself, but had them placed there by your parents, society, your religion, or numerous other sources.

Beneficial or not, these lenses have a tremendous amount of power over your life. In The Raw Food Lifestyle I tell you about some of my own successful experiments with changing my lenses, and the benefits they've brought to my life.

Some of the Key Ideas of Part Two Include:
  • How to identify areas of your life that could be drastically improved by a belief change, and step by step instructions for swapping lenses.
  • Why constantly striving for self-betterment is the only sustainable path to happiness and fulfillment.
  • Dealing with friends, loved ones, and a society that's not aligned with living a healthy life.
  • What do do if you just can't get passionate or motivated about your goals.
  • Taking a television fast, and how controlling the stories you listen to will drastically alter your reality.
  • How society controls us, and how we can break free.
  • Finding meaning in life.

The Raw Food Lifestyle Part Three
The Body

Although its cliched, your body really is the temple you live in, and how well you look after it will determine the quality of your life for decades to come. Yet when it comes to our bodies the world is a morass of contradictions.

Hide from the sun to save yourself from cancer, we are told. Exercise is good, but it should be done in sterile, boring environments like monotonous oval tracks and on weight machines. Fruits and vegetables are the best foods, but god forbid we eat "too many of them".

In this section I tackle many of the common raw foodist concerns when it comes to our physical existence.

Some of the Key Points of Part Three Include:
  • Why most healthy raw foodists have a lower-than-normal body temperature, and what the implications are.
  • Can we be healthy on a raw diet but with little exercise?
  • Why the common sleep recommendations are off, and some suggestions for recharging your batteries.
  • How certain foods can affect our sleep, energy levels, and other factors.

The Raw Food Lifestyle Part Four
The Other Needs

The way we've set up civilization does not make meeting our needs the easiest of tasks, but with planning and commitment we can make things work.

These needs are "outside" of ourselves, and we generally have to make more of an effort to ensure we're meeting them. 

Some of the Key Points of Part Four Include:
  • Does the sun really give us cancer? I cover how much we need, and how to get enough if you're living in a cold climate
  • Connecting to the wider health-conscious community.
  • The wonders of touch.
  • Can a raw food diet work outside of the tropics? What to consider if you're thinking of moving south.
  • Biophilia, and why time spent in nature can help us tremendously.

Putting the Pieces Together.

I finish up the book with a human needs audit to help you take what would otherwise be abstract ideas and actually apply them in a meaningful way to your life.

These ideas are not for everyone. People who are looking for quick fixes to their problems should look elsewhere. If you realize such schemes lead to dead ends, though, this book can be of tremendous value to your life.

I'm very confident that if you put these ideas into practice your life will take off like never before.

Which begs the questions...

How Much Is This Going to Cost?

The 107 (A4, letter-sized) page Raw Food Lifestyle ebook costs $29.99.

I'm so confident that you'll think it well worth the money that I'm selling it with a 100% unconditional 12-month money-back guarantee.

That's a whole year during which you can decide if it was worthwhile investment. If you decide you don't like it, you can just give me a call, let me know why it didn't live up to your exceptions, and I'll gladly refund your money.

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Of Course, I don't just expect you to take my word for it...

What are others saying about The Raw Food Lifestyle?

ShannonAlison Andrews of Loving-It-Raw.com: The Raw Food Lifestyle Ebook is an incredibly motivating and inspiring work...A book about becoming the best version of yourself in EVERY way. While reading this book I started to feel really excited. Excited to take some of these strategies and apply them to my own life. At different parts of the book I thought of various friends and family who would also gain much from reading it and made a note to recommend it.

Whether or not you currently eat, or want to eat, a raw diet, this book will have some amazing, profound insights for you, insights that lift you up and inspire while giving you a solid push in the right direction. 

ShannonShannon of Rawdorable.com: You definitely have to check out Andrew's e-book. I have to admit that I was really stressed out last week...At first I thought reading his book would be just one more task on my to do list, but it turned out to be so much more. I became more relaxed, had fun reading the book and tackled the rest of my list with ease. ...It will have you conquering your own anxieties and putting things in the right perspective.

JustinJustin Lelia of Miami, Florida: Andrew Perlot is the most talented writer I know and a brilliant health enthusiast. In The Raw Food Lifestyle, he expresses timeless philosophy using juicy facts, relevant anecdotes, and a colorful unpretentious writing style that made it a joy to read!  I learned more than a few new words, reinforced certain areas of my lifestyle, and have become inspired to thrive more and to strive better. I will continue to recommend Andrew's book to anyone looking to succeed in our complicated world. Thank you Andrew for a fascinating read and an important self-help book.   

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