I never told this before, but i had anxiety disorder for about 12 years and eating disorder witch culminated with bulimia. Last year being the worst one. And thats why i decided to take it slowly this year. Transitioning slowly to more raw foods and NOT try to do it overnight. I was constantly trying to stay 100% raw, using mainly willpower just to end up binging on junk with purging afterwards. So much shame and guilt! I was eating too little fruits and starving myself, and saw this lifestyle as a "diet". I did couple of fasts as well, what was the main reason i gained weight last year.
Other thing i have noticed is that my hair dont fall out anymore like it used to. About 2-3 years ago my hair started to fall out excessively. When i was at shower washing my hair i saw big junks of my hair falling down. Or if i brushed my hair i had to literally sweep the floor afterwards. And my hair was everywhere - in my bed, on the carpet, on my clothes...but now i feel i dont lose hair anymore. There is some, what is normal, but it finally stopped! And i was so worried about this before. My hair is thin anyway, but i have so many new hair growing now :) they are about 10 cm long already.
Of course im not perfect yet. I still have issues. But its supposed to be a journey. One thing ends, another thing begins. Theres always something to improve. Thats just life :)
PS. and i have to point that out that they actually CHANGED my mealplan in the magazine :) I only eat fruits at daytime, so they replaced my lunch meal with "raw asparagus-broccoli soup and BRUSCHETTA"! I was like "WTF?" (Wheres The Fruit?). I obviously would not eat something like bread, and i know that blended broccoli is disgusting. So dont make that "raw asparagus-broccoli soup" if you wanna have any faith in raw foods being good :D