Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2009
Raw People, a leading online source for expert information about the raw food lifestyle, has just launched a social network where members can share their knowledge. Eating raw food is much more than a diet; it is a way of life. This new online community will provide a place for raw foodists to go when they have ideas and tips to share, or when they are just trying to gather information.
Raw People has always been a source of knowledge with helpful information including raw food recipes and stories about how to eat out and stay raw, how to grocery shop and more. The site was created as a community resource and platform for education, inspiration and support for raw foodists. The Raw People team includes raw food chef Katy Joy Freeman (author of "Raw Abroad"), science advisor Dr. Peter Kopko D.C., certified organic farmer Rick H. Cabados, nutritionist Angela Coate-Hermes, and various staff, contributing writers and volunteers.
With the addition of this social network, community members can now take a more active role by blogging about their experiences and commenting on other people's submissions. Recent posts include "Dandelion: Not Just a Garden Weed," "The Cranberry: Not Just for the Winter Holidays Anymore" and "Cauliflower: a Nutritious Wonder." Raw food enthusiasts can benefit from this valuable information, especially when they are new to the lifestyle and still figuring out what to eat. In a world set up for a meat-and-potatoes lifestyle, raw foodists need all the help they can get.
About Raw People:
The goal of Raw People is to be a fountain of knowledge and resources that provides perspectives on incorporating the raw and living food lifestyle. Raw People was created in 2002 as a Raw Food Community for Global Health. In addition to education, inspiration and support, the Raw People team has incorporated a resource with book reviews and new product reviews so members can make their own choices.