Entries by Michelle Bosmier


Raw Michelle is a natural health blogger and researcher, sharing her passions with others, using the Internet as her medium. She discusses topics in a straightforward way in hopes to help people from all walks of life achieve optimal health and well-being. She has authored and published hundreds of articles on topics such as the raw food diet and green living in general. ( http://www.rawfoodhealthwatch.com/ )

Raw food, clear skin – acne-free in four months

Tara, known as 40BelowFruity on Youtube, tells of having cystic acne for seven years, despite having been on antibiotic medication to treat it all that time. On starting a raw vegan diet her acne started to clear, and after four… 0 Shares |

Myths debunked: blood test of a 9+ years raw vegan

Vegans are commonly confronted by people who believe a plant-based diet can’t possibly provide enough protein, enough iron, enough vitamins to keep a person healthy long-term. Kristina of YouTube channel FullyRawKristina, a fully raw vegan for over nine years, put… 0 Shares |

A raw food packed lunch that’s guaranteed to have your kids coming back for more!

Struggling to come up with imaginative rawfood packed lunch menus for your children? Say ‘goodbye’ to boring lunch boxes with this extremely delicious, yet highly nutritious rawfood recipe that’s guaranteed to have your kids coming back for more! Raw onion… 0 Shares |

Extraordinary weight loss with green smoothies

Green smoothies are hugely popular. From local juice bars, to major chains, the demand is high for delicious green smoothies that are convenient and accessible (1). Dozens of people have achieved extraordinary weight loss incorporating green smoothies into their diets… 0 Shares |

14 raw vegan weight loss smoothies

With the combination of fruit, greens and healthy fats… raw vegan smoothies are a great addition to any healthy diet. Being not only delicious, but calorie and nutrition conscious, these smoothie combinations will aid in obesity prevention and add countless… 0 Shares |

Is it OK to eat eggshells? Studies show that powdered eggshells can increase calcium absorption

You’ve probably heard a successful gardener explain how crushing and dispersing egg shells in plant soil can help with calcium absorption in plants. It even helps keep pests away. But could it benefit a human? The answer: Yes. Recent research… 0 Shares |

Buzz on: Top innovations to increase important bee populations

The unassuming bee that buzzes in your garden, going from plant to plant collecting pollen and nectar, plays an important part in crop development (1). However, lately the population of this key player to agricultural success has started to decrease.… 0 Shares |

A tale of two fats: good fats, bad fats

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” so said Charles Dickens, in his famous novel “A Tale of Two Cities.” This well-known saying has remained in the collective consciousness of many readers throughout the years.… 0 Shares |

Are chia seeds good for diabetics?

Chia seeds, which are commonly associated with the growing of furry sprouts on various shaped terracotta planters, the little seed can be a valuable addition to the diet. While the seeds can make for some interesting animal and cartoon shapes… 0 Shares |

Happiness is an inside job

When those we love and care about do not act in the way we would prefer, it can be irritating, frustrating, and at times, hurtful. Oftentimes, if those around us aren’t acting in the way we think they should, we… 0 Shares |