Alimentation Crue/raw Food Diet In French
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The One Book That Changed My Life

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Frederic Patenaude
The One Book That Changed My Life

In 1996, I was 20 years old, and had been a vegetarian for about a year.
I had just discovered the health and environmental hazards of eating meat, and I was determined to remain a healthy vegetarian and convert the world to this lifestyle. 

I thought I knew it all! Sounds familiar for a 20 year old? I had found the healthiest diet in the world, and I was comfortable with it.

Then I discovered a book that changed everything...

Without this book, I wouldn’t even be writing these lines.

I wouldn’t have written over ten of my own books. I wouldn’t have started a career in the raw food and natural health movement. My life would have taken a very different turn.

This book made me discover my passion for natural health.

And it also gave me the tools that saved my health on more than one occasion.

It helped me become self-sufficient with my health, and gave me the confidence and knowledge to know how to remain healthy, and what to do if I became sick.

This book was written by one of the greatest health writers of all time.

And yet… this author or this book is not well-known at all, because it’s never been translated into English.

I could read this book because my first language is French, and the author lived in France.

This book and this author are the MOST influential in all of my health philosophy.
What’s the name of this book and his author?

The author is Albert Mosséri, and if you’ve read my first book Raw Secrets and have followed me for a while, you might have come across his name before.

He lived a long and healthy life, in spite of having spent the first part of it extremely ill. That's what led him on a quest to regain his health. He died in 2012, at almost 89 years of age.

We maintained a relationship and correspondence over the years. In one of his newsletters, he mentioned me, considering me his “successor.” In French, the term for this is “dolphin,” which is very cute.

Although I translated some of his articles before, I never did a complete translation of his works. I talked to him about it, and he always expressed deep interest in having his works translated into English.

He gave me the rights to his books before he died, and I started translating his incredible body of work into English.

It took me a long time to get it done… but I finally did it! 

I consider Albert Mosséri to be the greatest health writer I have come across, and it’s a shame that his writings and ideas are not more well-known.

His books read like novels, and are very entertaining and thought-provoking. I tried hiring translators, but they never “got” the message and translated it properly. So I decided to do the work myself.

I put together his best writing on health and nutrition into one complete program that I call the “Mosséri Archives.”

The Mosseri Archives is full of health gems and insights that can bring you closer to the radiant health that you desire. Each topic is covered extensively. 

And best of all, you can get it at 50% off this week only. Just go to:

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