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37 Comments on WHAT I ATE TODAY | Raw Vegan Winter Recipes

  1. Rinoa Heartilly // 25th November 2018 at 1:13 pm // Reply

    So beautiful

  2. FullyRawKristina // 25th November 2018 at 1:15 pm // Reply

    I have missed you all! I’ve been hosting my first retreat in Bali, which is why I have not been posting the past few weeks. I am back now, and you can expect me to start posting again many times a week! Can’t wait to share more! Much love! http://www.instagram.com/fullyrawkristina

  3. ᴇᴅʏᴠᴇɢʏ ᴍx // 25th November 2018 at 1:19 pm // Reply

    My respects but it must be horrible being raw in winter. I could NEVER do that. My heart would be so sad.

    • Laura Ellen Smith // 25th November 2018 at 2:53 pm // Reply

      ᴇᴅʏᴠᴇɢʏ ᴍx you can do anything

    • ᴇᴅʏᴠᴇɢʏ ᴍx // 25th November 2018 at 3:02 pm // Reply

      +Laura Ellen Smith I’ve been vegan since 1990 but no.. I couldn’t be 100% raw. Maybe because of my culture- who knows. But TO ME it’s not normal- especially for my mind. I mean, going to a vegan restaurant and all that yummy food and all I eat is cold? Again- my respects to the people that can do this but not me.

    • YeeYee Brothers // 25th November 2018 at 3:17 pm // Reply

      ᴇᴅʏᴠᴇɢʏ ᴍx I agree it seems so sad and unnecessary

    • ᴇᴅʏᴠᴇɢʏ ᴍx // 25th November 2018 at 3:30 pm // Reply

      +YeeYee Brothers yes. To each their own but I do find it a little hard. Very much hard, I should say.

    • Food doesn’t cook itself, it takes time, energy and effort, and I want to spend my precious time on this earth engaged in more meaningful activities than cooking food. Yee Yee Bros, I would say COOKING food seems so sad and unnecessary. Some people find it hard to give up alcohol in the summer…’My heart would be so sad’…time to step up and stop making excuses about seasons and culture.

  4. FIELDS OF FARMS // 25th November 2018 at 1:27 pm // Reply

    Amazing! Love it! Thank you

  5. yummm this looks amazing !! #VeganGang 🙂

  6. When will the app be available on Android? I’d love to make the dressing but can’t get the recipe.

  7. Love it! Missed ya girly!

  8. Mmm I’m not usually into raw soups but this one with the tahini looks so delish! ALso that salad would be so beautiful on a Christmas dinner table! I’m sure my four vegan boys would gobble up the pomegranate seeds before devouring the rest!

  9. how beautiful, delicious and colorful

  10. Gabriele Dillon // 25th November 2018 at 2:40 pm // Reply

    are these one servings?

  11. Just saying its still autumn technically, winter officially begins December 21 to March 20. Some places the winter effects started early.

  12. Do a video with your boyfriend!

  13. The food looks delicious! I just want to point out that 100% raw veganism is unnecessary. Cooked lentils and legumes are healthy. Glad to see Kristina is adding healthy fats now and cutting back on sugar though! I eat lots of fruit but too much can still be aging. I personally eat lots of healthy fats from nuts and seeds, get lots of protein (about 70g a day) from cooked legumes since protein from plants may be less bioavailable. Protein is essential for building collagen!! When I watch vegan YouTubers (especially raw vegans like Kristina) that seemed to have prematurely aged, I notice they usually promote a low fat/low protein diet with way too much sugar, and they are anti sunscreen. I personally credit a high fat/high protein vegan diet with a daily multivitamin and DHA oil for my supple, wrinkle free skin. I just want people to know that a vegan diet won’t age you prematurely if you eat a balanced diet, supplement responsibly, and use quality sunscreen daily.

    Kristina is only 31 and has too many wrinkles for her age.. please do not take her advice if you want to be healthy and avoid premature aging. She is not qualified in any way and promotes pseudoscience. Veganhealth.org is run by an actual registered dietitian that explains science based vegan nutrition so please get your nutrition info from experts if you are going to eliminate meat and dairy.

    • Sugar Croissant // 25th November 2018 at 3:24 pm // Reply

      Alina Segal Your amazing! And I’m taking on your advice

    • Kristina is coming from a good place but I was surprised looking at her because she does look aged but that could be hereditary. As long as she’s healthy and feels healthy. Each of us should understand or learn to understand what our body will or won’t accept.

    • +Jackie AQ Yes she is coming from a good place. I love her positivity and smoothie recipes!

      But there is a reason why nutrition and dermatology is continously studied and people go to school to become qualified experts. My best friend got very sick (b12 deficiency, high triglycerides, low HDL) following Kristinas advice religiously for 4 years and got sunburned/skin damage from following her advice to not wear sunscreen.

      We need to listen to experts not self proclaimed health gurus that spew pseudoscience that the scientific consensus rejects.

      It is scientific consensus among dermatologists that sun causes premature wrinkles and to wear sunscreen daily. And it is scientific consensus that a vegan diet can be healthy only if it is well planned and supplemented responsibly.

      Kristina looks way older than 31. Her unbalanced diet and baking in the sun without sun protection definitely played an instrumental role.

      I think Kristina is coming from a good place like MOST “health gurus” do. Even promoters of unhealthy paleo/carnivore diets are coming from a good place and want to help people. But it is very important that people don’t damage their skin and health due to terrible unscientific advice.

    • Good information. Thanks.

  14. How long did your eyes color change and with which foods?

  15. Monica Cummings // 25th November 2018 at 3:21 pm // Reply

    Starts at 4:30

  16. LittleMissCrista // 25th November 2018 at 6:34 pm // Reply

    That salad looks so yummy!!

  17. Raw Vegan Rising // 25th November 2018 at 9:17 pm // Reply

    I’ve been 100% raw for over a year and it has changed my life for the better in so many ways! I have sustained energy from morning till night and never get fatigued. I have balanced hormones which creates high levels of serotonin in my brain. I always feel positive like the sun is shining 24/7. I also have so much energy that going to the gym and getting in shape is a must and has never felt easier. The combo of endorphins and raw food is mind blowing!!! Thank you Kristina for being a light of truth int his world!! I can’t imagine going back to cooked foods it would just bring down this profound life I am experiencing!

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