Importance of Sleep & How to Optimize Your Sleep Every Night!

8 Jul
Sleep is an essential part of optimum health. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to function as optimally.  A lack of sleep causes all sorts of health problems, from weight gain and not being able to think straight. When our...
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The Fastest Way To Detox and Recover Your Damaged DNA & Cells from GMO Foods

1 Jul
It’s no secret that genetically modified organisms cause your cells and DNA to be damaged. If you’ve never heard of genetically modified organisms (often abbreviated to GMO), then I don’t know where you’ve been living or if you’ve fully been...
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The Best Marine Phytoplankton In the World + Consumption Tips

29 Jun
Marine phytoplankton is in the spotlight for being the most nutritious, powerful and potent superfood on the face of this earth!  You may remember my product review I did for Activation Products last year on RawVeganLiving here. I briefly talk...
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Miliany’s Big Hair Chop Story!

20 Apr
I will be sharing my hair transformation and my “big chop story” in this post today. I’ve always desired to have long hair, although, it wasn’t always long (or even as long as I desired it to be) when I...
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My Experience Eating Cooked Food After 2 Years Fully Raw

24 Jan
So I will try to keep this post as short as possible. This post is about my on and off journey with cooked foods.   When I first transitioned to a plant based lifestyle, I transitioned as a vegan for...
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Are Conscious, Mindful Clean Eaters Orthorexic? My Thoughts & Opinions

12 Dec
I’ve been seeing this topic float around lately on the Internet, so I thought I’d share my thoughts and opinions on Orthorexia. What is Orthorexia? Are vegans Orthorexic? And how does one become Orthorexic? First off, What is Orthorexia?  As defined...
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25 Oct
Yup, I’m currently not eating fully raw due to the temporary circumstances in my life. I won’t get into details nor will I get too personal, but I’ve made it an EXCEPTION and OKAY to include cooked starches into my...
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Difference Between Vegetarian vs Veganism

19 Sep
This is a common question that many people ask frequently, as many people tend to think of these two lifestyles almost similar. I will explain the differences in this article to give you a better understanding and clarify these two lifestyles for your better understanding. And believe it or not, the two are actually quite different, as one is her host than the other and it’s easy to tell the difference.
Vegetarian don’t eat any meat, but they still eat eggs, dairy, fish, and seafood. Fish is believed to be the dirtiest meat, and milk is believed to be the dirtiest liquid! I highly recommend reading my dairy post on the dangers of drinking cow milk, if you don’t already know or believe that ‘milk doesn’t do a body good’.
Vegans on the other hand, don’t eat ANYTHING that comes from an animal, and is the healthier lifestyle option. Their diet consists of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.
There are a lot of healthy vegan meals you can enjoy, WITHOUT sacrificing your health and with absolutely NO guilt. Isn’t that amazing?!
There are numerous of reasons why you should consider adapting a vegan lifestyle. It’s literally endless. If you’re needing some vegan inspiration and useful resources, please check them out here.
DID YOU KNOW? Farm-raised fish is worse than wild-caught. The conditions of farm-raised fish are terrible, as they are treated with pesticides and are infected with diseases. The fish go also stressed out, due to the confinement that are in. Learn more about farm raised fish here. (And would like to mention, fish is still meat because its flesh).
Which One is Better: Vegetarianism or Veganism? 
Veganism is way healthier than vegetarianism. However, just because you’re a vegan DOESN’T mean you’re healthy. You can still be a vegan and eat lots of junk vegan foods, and feel tired, sluggish, fatigue, overweight, stressed, tired, etc.
Veganism is healthier and better for the animals, the planet and the environment in more ways than one. Since vegans don’t consume in any animal products, they are making an impact in the world, and saving the lives of animals. There are numerous of reasons why you should consider a vegan lifestyle; you’ll feel better mentally, physically, and emotionally. Give it a try; it’s worth your life and for the sake of your health. if you’re looking for optimal health, go vegan.
If you need some inspiration or motivation on going vegan, check out this very useful and educational page on RawVeganLiving.
Peace, love, light, xoxo

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The Power of Probiotics & How It Can Significantly Change Your Life!

30 Jun
I attended The Healthy Gut Summit earlier this year, and learned from 32 experts about gut health. Although, not all the speakers on the summit ate a plant­-based lifestyle, I sure learned a lot from them about this vital topic....
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