My New Superfoods Book

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Superfoods are vibrant, nutritionally dense foods that have recently become widely available and which offer tremendous dietary and healing potential. In this lively, illustrated overview, well-known raw-foods guru David Wolfe profiles delicious and incredibly nutritious plant products such as goji berries, hempseed, cacao beans (raw chocolate), maca, spirulina, bee products, and a host of others. As powerful sources of clean protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, good fats and oils, essential fatty and amino acids, and other nutrients, they represent a uniquely promising piece of the nutritional puzzle. Each superfood is described in detail, accompanied by easy and delicious recipes. This accessible guide presents persuasive arguments, based on sound science, for the pivotal role of superfoods in promoting nutritional excellence, health and well-being, beauty enhancement, sustainable agriculture, and the transformation of diet, lifestyle, and planet.

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David “Avocado” Wolfe is the rock star and Indiana Jones of the superfoods and longevity universe. The world’s top CEOs, ambassadors, celebrities, athletes, artists, and the real superheroes of this planet—Moms—all look to David for expert advice in health, beauty, herbalism, nutrition, and chocolate!

David is the celebrity spokesperson for America’s #1 selling kitchen appliance: the NUTRiBULLET™ and for www.LongevityWarehouse.com. He is the co-founder of TheBestDayEver.com online health magazine and is the visionary founder and president of the non-profit The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation charity (www.ftpf.org) with a mission to plant 18 billion fruit, nut, and medicinal trees on planet Earth.

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49 comments
Elaine Wolfe - June 25, 2009

Hi David Id love to order your Superfoods book
and the complete Longevity Now program
I would prefer to pay by phone rather than the
internet is that possible?
Thanks
Cheers Elaine

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macy - June 30, 2009

These things are so promising. I’ve learned of your interview with Bob and Kevin, and I can say these isn’t superficial. No, not at all.

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Donna Basich - July 17, 2009

I noticed that you mention goji berries as one of the superfoods. I am interested in your thoughts, comments on it’s nutritional value compared to ningxia wolfberries from Ningxia, China. I am a distributor of Young Living essential oils and supplements and want to order only the best products available. You can learn more and compare goji berries and ningxia wolfberries from the website: http://www.thejuicehealth.com. I respect your feedback and look forward to your thoughts.
Thank you for your time,
Donna
YL #333328

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Donna Basich - July 17, 2009

Can you recommend a health clinic/spa/retreat center that supports lifestyle that you promote?

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Donna Basich - July 17, 2009

What do you think of the “Nourshing Traditions” cookbook and their way of eating?

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Wendy - July 19, 2009

Hi, David. What are the best vitamins and foods to help with depression and anxiety? Of course doctors just wantt o put you on meds, but I refuse. thanks so much!
Wendy

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    Hilary - July 17, 2012

    I have been reading “Depression-Free for Life: A Physician’s All-Natural, 5-Step Plan” by Gabriel Cousens, who also happens to be a raw foodist! It talks about the foods, vitamins and supplements you can take that act as precursors to the neurotransmitters in your brain that affect things like seratonin. It also discusses lifestyle changes one needs to make, of course. However, personally, homeopathy is what is helping me right now, as nutrition and lifestyle alone will not help with the multitude of factors involved in the causes of my depression, and the effects of taking anti-depressants for 14 years.

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Justine - July 21, 2009

I can’t wait to have the best day ever! I am starting to live a raw lifestyle and finding it very hard in Minnesota. I am hoping your book will have some solutions for me.

Keep up the great work…

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Cynthia - August 5, 2009

Hi David. I find your work so inspiring, but I’m looking for ways as a single parent on a tight budget to introduce this way of eating to a house full of adolescents who understand that what they eat is important but still love junk food! I have many mouths to feed, limited time and not much money. What are the most important ways to begin? Thank you! Cynthia

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catherine - September 8, 2009

Hi David. I came upon your website today for the first time and was completely taken by the energy and vitality eminating from you. Can you help me? Two years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer which has spread to my bones. As if that is not bad enough I also have arthritis in my fingers and very bad pains in my knees. I find it difficult to walk. Can you recommend some miracle foods that could help me. Thanking you. Catherine

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pam wagner - September 18, 2009

David,
do you have, or could you compile an online test so I can find which superfoods would be most helpful to me personally? I find the superfoods to be costly and would like to start slowly.

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jasbir - October 5, 2009

I want to start rawfood lifestyle.Where do i start?

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heather - October 9, 2009

If I’m taking all of the superfoods mentioned in your book, should i still be taking a multi vitamin and calcium supplement? And if I’m trying to lose weight is your super smoothie a good idea for me?

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Brooke - October 20, 2009

Where can i purchase your new book, and how much?

Brooke

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Jak - October 30, 2009

Hey David.

I am thinking about starting this raw food lifestyle but im finding it a little difficult as a college athlete. As an athlete we tend to burn tons of calories and since raw food has little calories where should most of my calories come from?

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Jo Grummet - November 12, 2009

Hi David, just wondering what your opinion is of the Acai berry from Brazil and/or Monavie?
Jo

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Gary - November 16, 2009

You can get the book at sunfood.com, and Elaine you can also call them at 888-RAW-FOOD, they are good peeps. Great customer service over there and it’s always good to support a green company.

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Aslaug - November 20, 2009

Can I see the answers to these questions anywhere ?

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Werner - November 20, 2009

Hi David, in one of video presentations you mention something about gel that is released from cocoa tree bark and how it helps to reverse male pattern baldness.
Is there actually gel or cocoa tree bark commercially available? Is there additional information available on this type of treatment?

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Daylan - November 23, 2009

Hi David, I stumbled upon Eating For Beauty by chance, and I can honestly say it has changed my life. Thank you so much! I very recently began eating all raw foods, and already I have noticed wonderful changes. I look forward to reading your new book and trying MSM supplements. Thanks again.

Daylan

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Cure Candida - November 29, 2009

Is there a great deal of information on Mushrooms in your book David? Especially on Chaga, Reishi and Cordyceps?

What about Clove oil?

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Elisa Pinheiro - December 12, 2009

Hi David I have heard about the row food , to be health it is something make me feel movivated, but I do not know how can start is it possible to show the first steps an howw to know about your porpouse of food?I am a health phisycal Education teacher I live in Bahia Brazil. Thank you very much for your atation.
Elisa.

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Elisa Pinheiro - December 12, 2009

Hi David ,I have heard about the row food , to be health it is something make me feel motivated, but I do not know how can I start. Is it possible to show me the first steps and how to know about your porpouse of food?I am a health Phisycal Education Teacher I live in Bahia Brazil. Thank you very much ..
Elisa.

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Rae - January 8, 2010

I am very new at this idea, I need some plain ansd simple recipes for laymans thats easy to use, to get started. I am a diabetic and it is very important for me to change my eating habits, I was told that raw would greatly help me. I will be thankful for any help.

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wendy sherman - January 31, 2010

Is spirulina the best superfood for dementia for an 89 year old woman who is suffering from anxiety and depression? The 89 year old grandma ate organically and holistically until she was imprisoned in a nursing home. Has anyone had any success with spirulina for dementia, so that she is not poisoned with Celexa and Remeron. Please help. Merci.
Wendy

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Jesa Love - February 5, 2010

I don’t think a raw food diet is right for everyone. It’s actually bad for some people. Check out Ayurvedic practices and check with your physician.

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carolann goode - February 6, 2010

hi david i been doing partly raw for a year now what i mean is i do two green smoothies a day and also eat cooked food what is going on now im finding that in my mind i want to eat a big plate of cooked food then i go to eat it i lose my appetiateim afraid im not gettin enough nutrientions in me can i function on just green smoothies like kale spinach swisschard romaine est?

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carolann goode - February 6, 2010

hi david i been doing partly raw for a year now what i mean is i do two green smoothies a day and also eat cooked food what is going on now im finding that in my mind i want to eat a big plate of cooked food then i go to eat it i lose my appetiite afraid im not gettin enough nourishment in me? can i function on just green smoothies like kale spinach swisschard romaine?

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Bhabna - February 22, 2010

Hi David,
I am writing to say that which superfoods are good for teenage girls, as they lose iron how will they gain that iron that they lost? Water cress maybe??

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dave Betts - February 23, 2010

Im not into raw foods yet. I am practicing jordan Rubins Masker’s Diet. Maybe this a stupid question but can i still these super foods like The Marine Phytoplankton or the raw Maca and raw Cacao? I tend to eat 70% plant matter,cooked and raw with 30% quality sustainable sea foods,meats and poultry.I also use fermented dairy products as well as a fermented cod liver oil. Also high fat butter oil. And what about activator X? Anyway I hear you on Coast to Coast all the time. many thanks!

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Holistic Candida Cure - March 15, 2010

It is amazing how holistic health is often overlooked. It only makes sense that your body and well-being will reflect what you put into it. Your book is a huge asset in a world that is constantly moving towards a nutrient deprived diet. It is my belief that it will increase the quality of life for many- including myself. Thank you.

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I am a diabetic and it is very important for me to change my eating habits

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Holistic Practitioner - October 29, 2010

The Longevity Now program Rocks! I can’t wait for the chocolate lovers book to come out too! Your information on superfoods is so important to humanity not only on a physical level but even more importantly on a spiritual level. I take your recommendations to heart and use them daily! Thank you!

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Natural Healing - October 29, 2010

Love the book! I have now started using Raw Cacao Beans, Maca, Medicinal Mushrooms, MSM and Camu Camu into my daily diet. I look and feel like a million bucks!

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gitizle - January 5, 2012

Love the book! I have now started using Raw Cacao Beans, Maca, Medicinal Mushrooms, MSM and Camu Camu into my daily diet. I look and feel like a million bucks

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CENK KIRAL - August 13, 2012

Absolutely a great book for a great read, and a great contribution to the human kind in the sense of a true wakeup call from the deep sleep of highly acidic and processed foods. I found the book to be a very useful source for a vital information……thanks David

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Ally - September 14, 2012

Hey David, how many goji berries a day can you eat?
I have heard you should only eat a small about, is this true?

:-)

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Zach - September 30, 2012

Could someone PLEASE post a source for finding cacao tree bark? He’s mentioned it for hairloss, but provides no follow-through. Plus there are no online resources.
Please please help?

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Diana Betancourt - September 16, 2013

I started with the nutribullet. Changed my life around within 24 hrs!!! I take chia seed, goji berries, cacao, maca …. I have not been sick in 1o months and have great energy! Life changing for sure….Loveeeeee David Wolfe. Definitely life changing. Would love to meet David

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