The Vibrance Raw Food Magazine
raw food magazine sets a rare example of healthy living,
good food, environmental stewardship, and inspiration that's unique
Most health publications are a joke. They've
got pages are full of ads for drugs and supplements, and their articles
are rarely anything more than the extensions of those ads, talking
about which superfood is the next big thing and the whatever unhealthy
diet craze is currently in the fore. Several raw food magazines are
little better, hawking super foods and supplements you don't need.
does a raw food magazine, or any other publication, take a stand for
its principles and sacrifice ad revenue for the sake of truth.
is one of those few.
receive my biannual issue of Vibrance, I know I'll be in for a treat.
I've simply never seen a better mix of topics, or a truer adherence to
the principles of health.
For example, one of the best
articles I've seen anywhere on the topic of the intersection between
what we eat and the environment is in Vibrance issue #1, "A Global
Vision," by Jim Sloman.
The loss of biodiversity, topsoil and
the poisoning of our soil due to meat and grain production may seem
irreversible, but Sloman presents the hopeful example of Tikopia,
island which gave up its meat and grains to concentrate on
fruit-bearing trees. Their environment, as well as the entire
population of their small island, was saved by the move.
of the best articles are the inspiring interviews with successful raw
foodists across the world. One recent example is Pam Boteler, a
professional sprint canoe racer who eats a healty low fat diet based
around raw fruits and vegetables. At 40 years old, Boteler could pass
for someone in their late 20s.
If you want information about
living a healthy lifestyle in accordance with nature's laws, and
inspiration to keep you on track, you won't find a better
The Publisher And Contributors
Vibrance raw food magazine is published by David Klein, who is also
the author of the excellent, "Self Healing Colitis and Crohns." His
dedication is what ensures the magazine remains pure its stated
conviction to be: " The only health magazine which dares to teach the
whole truth about human health."
The contributing authors list reads like a who's who of natural hygiene
and intelligent health care circles.
From Dr. Douglas Graham, a raw food diet specialist and athletic
trainer, to Don Weaver, a specialist in
environmental issues, and Rozalind
A. Graham, who writes about raising raw children as well as other
health issues, these guys have a huge amount of knowledge that makes
every issue great.
It's Electronic? Is it New?
The Vibrance raw food magazine
isn't really new. Klein published a print edition, called
Living Nutrition Magazine, from 1996 - 2008. In 2008 he switched to a
digital format and changed the name to cut down on printing costs and
reduce the magazine's environmental impact.
The issues, which
are published twice a year, are accessible online to subscribers. They
can also be printed out, saved to your hardrive for future viewing, or
uploaded to most e-ink readers like the Amazon Kindle or the Sony
Reader for portable, comfortable electronic viewing.
Bother With The Vibrance Raw Food Magazine?
you bother to read an online magazine? Will it be worth your time?
I originally balked when the print product was discontinued, I've
learned to enjoy the online version, and realize that there are some
advantages to it.As I travel around I can now view my copies from
anywhere, and I don't have a bulky physical copy collecting dust in my
But the key is what reading issues of Vibrance does for you.
Inspiration is one of the key components to living a healthy lifestyle.
It's all too easy, living in a world of sick people, to lose sight of
what you want, and why you're choosing to be different. By getting
regular doses of high-quality, enlightening articles such as those
presented in Vibrance, your goals will become clearer, and you'll be
steadied on your course.
I cannot recommend the magazine highly enough.