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Guest Post: Lize Brittin’s Journey Part 2

(See Part 1 of Lize Brittin’s journey here). After 20 years of struggling, my life started to feel different. Over time, I was able to find joy again. I could run again without having to force myself to be at … Continue reading

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The Power of Fear

Q: Even though running was your primary goal, when it became evident that the diet was detrimental to running it still pulled you back in. Why do you think it still gripped you even when you knew it wasn’t the … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of Where I Am Now

It feels like it’s been a long grieving process; like a part of me was dying slowly before my eyes for the past few years and I had to watch it unfold. I just couldn’t let her go. No matter … Continue reading

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Raw Food Journal Entries 12, 13, & 14: Stomach Problems Surface

May 4, 2011 Weight: 120lbs I ate oranges and apples this morning (about ten fruits in all) as a good food combination. But my mouth was acidic afterwards…it felt strange and “sticky” if that’s the right word for it… My … Continue reading

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Raw Food Journal 5: Racing Raw

April 16, 2011 I ran the 1500m and the 800m today. My races were pitiful to say the very least. I felt drained. I don’t think it’s from the food–I’ve gotten very little sleep throughout the week, I stood for … Continue reading

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