Raw-Vegan fruit-based Diet: is there science to support this lifestyle? (2019)

Sorry for the noise in the background it gets better after minute 12:20. This lecture is so important that will upload it again in case you couldn’t watch it.

Is there published medical or scientific evidence to support the raw-vegan fruit-based lifestyle? Although it should be considered within the spectrum of plant-based vegan diets, do we have enough evidence to back it up?

I gave this talk in the public library of my City a few weeks ago. Watch the video to find out!

Are we frugivores 100%, are we omnivores, are we “high-carb-low-faters”, or “high-fat-low-carbers”? I use a multidisciplinary approach to answer these questions. Medicine is not an exact science like physics or math; therefore, let’s also use anthropology, taxonomy, physiology, history, etc.

The knowledge I’ve acquired on nutrition science, the self-experimentation phases I’ve undertaken, and my medical background gives me the confidence to suggest that we should be living according to our HUMAN PRIMATE NATURE: Raw-vegan fruit-based diet with abundant leafy greens, some root veggies and a few sprouted nuts/seeds. Get educated and try it yourself! I am not here to convince you my mission is to put it out there. The decision is yours.

– Full blog post regarding my thoughts on nutrition science and how to make sense of all this here:

– Full blog post on the importance of being a Healthy Vegan and how to avoid the so-called “vegan agenda” here:

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My name is Areli and I am a Physician, a Pathologist, and Neuropathologist. Besides pathology, one of my passions is health promotion by teaching the benefits of a plant-based diet with an emphasis on raw foods. Since approximately 10 years ago I have studied nutrition on my own. I’ve transitioned over the last 11 years from S.A.D. eater (all my life until 2006), Atkins (2007-2008), Vegetarianism (2009-2012), veganism (2013-until today) and I have levelled up my game to Raw-Veganism from 1/1/2018 until this day.


The evidence supporting the plant-based diet is undeniable and more and more research and people’s experiences prove it over and over again. My medically-trained critical mind, but most importantly, my own experience, observation, and analysis by following up of other raw vegans and their journeys, as well as self-experimentation, has allowed me to come to the conclusion that a well planned raw-vegan diet is one of the most optimal diets for humans. The plant-based diet movement needs to embrace the raw-vegan lifestyle as another version (the healthiest version in my opinion) of veganism, although there’s not enough published medical literature in the subject, the anecdotal evidence of thousands of people cannot be ignored. Despite being vegan for my health, I am also Vegan at heart: animals are here with us, not for us.

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✯ British Dietetic Association confirms well-planned vegan diets can support healthy living in people of all ages: https://www.bda.uk.com/news/view?id=179

✯ It is the position of the American Dietetic Association that appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19562864/

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