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My Detox Experience When I First Went FullyRaw Vegan

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What detox did I experience when I first started eating FullyRaw Vegan? This new Friday FAQ video shares ALL of that and more! Apologize I am a few days late on this. I just arrived in Poland, and I am speaking at a raw food event here. I didn't have good enough internet to upload. Hope you enjoy this video! Please ask me more questions below! Join the NEW 7-Day FullyRaw Vegan Challenge:

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Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram lives to inspire a FullyRaw, or 100% raw vegan healthy vegan lifestyle at www.fullyraw.com. A raw vegan lifestyle incorporates fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. KristinaFullyRaw posts new videos every week that include recipes, tips, tricks, vlogs, motivational, fitness, exercise, and inspiration on how to be the best version of yourself.

14 Comments on My Detox Experience When I First Went FullyRaw Vegan

  1. FullyRawKristina // 23rd September 2018 at 4:13 pm // Reply

    How are we liking these FAQ videos?!

    • It’s great to hear about your personal story.

    • Hi KRISTINA! I used to regularly volunteer at your coop back in the day. Since then I’ve had some pretty gnarly symptoms and have been diagnosed with gut dysbiosis and Candida overgrowth. What do you say about a situation in which someone like myself goes through severe bloating every time they eat fruit? And even severe bloating with eating any kind of raw veggies? I’ve been constipated for over two years with severe reactions to fruits and veggies. In fact it’s been the MEAT that has kept me functioning throughout this whole thing. I would love to hear what you have to say because every time I shove veggies or even so much as an orange into my mouth, I suffer. (Candida) I have asked a couple other vegans on YouTube only to be ignored. I saw a functional medicine specialist in Houston. He was the one who tested my stool and told me I had the staph and Candida overgrowth. I did his protocol and was better for two weeks and the symptoms gradually came back. I’ve done two years of trial and error and it seems to me that fruit and many veggies seem to be the culprit due to the bacteria and Candida! I wish it were not the case as I LOVE the fruits and veggies way more than the meat. So for now I’m trying green juice with no fruit so I can avoid FODMAPS. My low point was when I bloated up and the TSA security at the airport asked me “when I was due” to have my baby even though I was not preggo. I was in a lot of abdominal pain trying to explain to her that I was not preggo. The only saving grace for me has been MEAT. I’d love to hear what you have to say. Or maybe you will just ignore me? I don’t know. But I have begun to have autoimmune symptoms along with all of this. So here I am, a former volunteer wondering if there is anything you can say or do to help. And what is crazy, according to what I have read on SIBO, my case is only moderate. Is there anything you can say or do to alleviate this hell? Let me know.

  2. First! I’ve been vegan since 2015 and I’m going to transition to high raw soon to cure my endometriosis. Going vegan has been the best decision ever!

  3. Ashley Alexandria // 23rd September 2018 at 4:20 pm // Reply

    You’re so beautiful Kristina and such an inspiration to many. ♥️

  4. Ooooh baby I like it rawwww!

  5. I love this sooooo much

  6. I relate to this story so much. I was also emaciated. People would tell me to “eat more”. I became “vegan” on my own. Didn’t know there was a movement at first.

  7. How many peaches did you eat a day for those 14 days?

  8. Stephanie Dawson // 23rd September 2018 at 4:53 pm // Reply

    I’ve gone fully raw for over 30 ays before and it’s literally the best I’ve ever felt.. but then I fall off the wagon. I’m vegan but I’m a junk food vegan. I’m addicted to pasta and bread and it’s just bad. How do you get away from that temporary “pasta is soooo good.” Feeling and stay fully raw? Ugh

  9. Worst part about detoxing for me: tons of my hair falling out and i cant stop it!! Getting tons of new little sprouts but ugghh hair fall like CRAZY. also painful teeth for several weeks, its gotten way better now.

    Safe travels Kristina!!!

  10. I had no detox reactions that were harsh (I was already vegan),but my skin did a 180 and I went from sleeping 6 hours a day to 4-5.
    That might not be typical (I never required much sleep as a little kid) but energy-wise it was scary how big the difference was.
    Im not raw vegan now because the reality is that its expensive,esp with limited space in the fridge and having to shop more often. I live in Florida, and its STILL very expensive to live raw. Those of us on a budget will waffle.
    Thats ok, still go for it! Worth it,totally.
    This IMO is a wealthy person’s lifestyle however, and forget a vitamix.

  11. Artsy Animal Lover // 23rd September 2018 at 5:39 pm // Reply

    When will your app be out on android? Cant wait!

  12. This video is so on time! I am pretty sick and am at the point that I have to do something to turn this around. I have most of the symptoms sans the Diabetes that you mentioned in the video. Ironically I started juicing this weekend and eating more fruits/veg than I think I ever have in life. The inflammation in my body is off the hook and got worse when I started the juicing and fruit. Naturally I didn’t understand why I am experiencing more inflammation now and was about to stop my new regimen when I saw you posted a new video on detox symptoms! Your words are encouraging to keep going and ride out the symptoms. Hopefully by this time next week my body will have adjusted or I will tweak the fruit and veg I’m consuming because I may have an allergy I wasn’t aware of. Thanks again!

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