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Weightlifting and Sprint Class Schedule Change

I have a schedule change for the weightlifting and sprinting classes at The Woodstock Fruit Festival. All the classes will be held at 1 o'clock and they will be held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. I'm very sorry if this caused any inconvenience. I plan to be around the whole day so if you want any personal one on one training I'll be more than happy to help. I'm really looking forward to seeing and getting a lift in with everyone there! Also, I highly recommend going to the…

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Added by Mike Vlasaty on August 15, 2014 at 8:39am — 1 Comment

Presenting Excellence before the festival - August 13-16 - Twin Pines NY

Dr. Doug Graham, raw food speaker, leader and pioneer is going to be teaching a seminar entitled "Presenting Excellence" just before the WFF just down the road from the WFF properties at Twin Pines on Trout Lake.

Last year everyone attending Presenting Excellence RAVED about how good it was and how much they learn about speaking and teaching - whether it was to a live audience, to a small group or on a video.

It's definitely worth checking out.  I really liked the testimonials…

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Added by Dave Bowland on August 1, 2014 at 10:05am — No Comments

I'd Love To Share Rides To & From NYC

Hey all!

I'm headed to the festival for both weeks (8/17-8/31) and would love to share a ride. I don't have a car but I do have a valid driver's license. I live in Brooklyn but could meet in Manhattan or Queens.

I'll check other posts to see what people are offering. xoxo Amy

Added by Amy on July 19, 2014 at 5:41pm — No Comments

Attendees from Canada?

Hello folks, I would love to meet all Canadians going to WFF, and if you live in the Montreal area let's connect!

Added by Carlos Castillo on July 8, 2014 at 9:11am — No Comments

Fruit Power!

Hello Fruity Friends,

Check out http://fruit-powered.com - I have been getting to know Brian Rossiter, the brains behind the fruit @ fruit-powered.com! He's a hard working dedicated guy and pumping out lots of great content. His website and magazine are chock full of great interviews, stories, articles, and his recipes are yummy! He's got several new books out and more in the pipeline!

Bye4now,

MarkyMark

Added by MarkyMark on June 18, 2014 at 5:42pm — No Comments

Bloggy Blog Blog

Hello fellow WFF'ers - I'm at Arnold's Way Raw Food Cafe (http://www.arnoldsway.com/ ) for June doing his 30 Day Raw Challenge and I'm feeling great! I've got lots of energy, am feeling light and bouncy, the food is awesome, but the people are more awesomeer! If you're ever in the area (Lansdale PA - hr northwest-ish of Philly) stop in say hello and get your green smoothie on! I drove 13 hours from Michigan to be here for the month and…

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Added by MarkyMark on June 16, 2014 at 11:12am — No Comments

Fruit-Based Diet and its Health Implications: A suitable lifestyle change for a healthier senior

It is rather difficult keeping up with which diet would best suit your body makeup. There’s the question of whether a diet is suitable for any age, gender, for athletes or diabetics, and so forth. By the looks of it, no diet exists that would universally benefit everyone. Yet, there’s something about the fruit-based…

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Added by Allie Cooper on April 30, 2014 at 2:36am — No Comments

Judy Greer's show "Reluctantly Healthy"

Hi Fruity Friends!

I am super excited to share this episode with you.  Judy Greer invited me to be on her show to share about Fruitarianism.....so exciting to get the message out...

https://screen.yahoo.com/reluctantly-healthy/fruitarian-diet-040000711.html

Added by Alicia Ojeda on April 29, 2014 at 3:34am — 1 Comment

Merit Scholarship Essay

What would life be like without YouTube?  I find myself revisiting this question quite often.  In the digital era of the 21st century, we are truly blessed to have global resources conveniently located at our fingertips.  This past year, I have been on a spiritual journey to rediscover not only myself, but the world in which we exist.  Some would classify this expedition as a yearning for “enlightenment.” With just one click of the mouse, I realized I could tap into the lives of…

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Added by Ryan Burwell on April 1, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments

DuniaRunners...passionfruit gets wings

Below is an brief story about DuniaRunners. What proper food can do and the stumbling blocks of bringing a Kenyan runner to the world stage. I really recommend you also take a look at the website of our team: www.DuniaRunners.com…

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Added by Arie Duister on March 31, 2014 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

Essay submission for the Merit Scholarship award: Cyrus Kiani

            In the late 19th century, Europe’s 24 most credible doctors pronounced Arnold Ehret incurable with Bright’s disease at the age of 31. Ehret used that as a wake up call. Through holistic health and nutrition, Ehret learned that “not the disease but the body is to be healed”1. Ehret overcame his disease not through “a cure or a remedy” but through “regeneration”1. Over 200 years later, millions of people everyday are diagnosed with various diseases,…

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Added by Cyrus Kiani on March 31, 2014 at 10:23pm — No Comments

My Essay Contest Entry

It was a beautiful July day. The sun was warm but not too hot, a nice Polish summer day. Few clouds on the sky were passing by in a slow motion. It did not rain for several days, so the garden and trees were dry. The lack of rain was important for this time of the year, not only because children had vacation time, but also because it was cherry season. Beautiful dark red cherry can be easily spoiled by few rainy days, they will crack and mold, so having dry days was just what we needed to…

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Added by Mirek Pajak on March 30, 2014 at 9:23pm — No Comments

Essay for the Essie Honiball Scholarship

Hello To All Future Fruit Festival Friends!!!

Here is my essay for the Essie Honiball Scholarship award..

 

Freefalling through my life, I have navigated down some dreamy highways. There, I have had lots of jobs, earned college degrees, studied ecosystems, taught ecology, cooking and other important life skills to kids and adults. I’ve also discovered many loves and pursued a family. The better part of me always sees the bright side, makes conscious choices, meals from…

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Added by Anastasia Lembitz on March 22, 2014 at 1:50pm — No Comments

Slacklining at the Festival in 2014

Hi all  :)

Is anyone able to bring a Slackline along to the festival and set it up?

This would be a fun activity.  I hv never tried but would love to.

Thank you for reading and hv a great day  :) X x

Added by lee warmz on March 11, 2014 at 2:56am — 2 Comments

Essie Honiball & Arnold Ehret Merit Scholarship Essay !

“Hey, Daddy, why are carrots good for you?”

My mission to nutrition began with such a question at age ten, to which my father would reply,

“Vitamin A, or beta-carotene”…

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Added by Rachel Hibberd on March 10, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments

A Day in the Life of a Fruitarian Type 1 Diabetic

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Added by Tasha Lee on March 7, 2014 at 12:30am — 8 Comments

WHEN I CAN'T SEE THE FORREST FOR THE TREES, I LOOK FOR HIS FACE IN THE TREES

1/30/14

 

WHEN I CAN’T SEE THE FORREST FOR THE TREES, I LOOK FOR HIS FACE IN THE LEAVES!

 

BEING BORN WITH ECZEMA MEANT A SPECIAL FORMULA FOR A YEAR.  THEN THE STANDARD AMERICAN DIET AND MILK IN A BOTTLE…

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Added by Clare P. Kobierowski on February 1, 2014 at 6:37am — 1 Comment

Essay submission for the Merit Scholarship award

Hi, everybody,

I was so excited to read about the scholarships you are offering this year. WFF has been on my agenda for the last two years, but by now it's still  too expensive for me to be able to afford it by myself. So, here I am, writing these lines in hope of getting a possibility of attending the festival this year.…

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Added by Teja Fidler Makoter on January 24, 2014 at 9:48am — 2 Comments

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