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    • Aibert

    • Saint Aibert (or Aybert) of Crespin, O.S.B., was a Benedictine monastic and hermit revered for his intense life of prayer, asceticism and devotion to the Rosary. His biography was written by a contemporary, Robert, Archdeacon of Oostrevand. Aibert was born in 1060 in the village of Espain in the Diocese of Tournai ... Read »


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    • Marcus Antebi

    • Marcus Antebi

      Marcus Antebi (born 1969) is an American entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Juice Press, an American chain of juice bars, and a former skydiver and competitive Muay Thai boxer. Antebi was born in Brooklyn, New York, and in his teens moved to Beverly Hills, California. He has said that he was raised on a ty ... Read »


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    • Béla Bicsérdy


    • Alfredo Bowman

    • Alfredo Darrington Bowman (26 November 1933 – 6 August 2016), better known as Dr. Sebi, was a Honduran vegetarian herbalist, healer, pathologist, biochemist, and naturalist of holistic medicine who was litigated in 1988 in the New York City Supreme Court and faced civil and criminal charges for practicing medicine ... Read »


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    • Karyn Calabrese

    • Karyn Calabrese

      Karyn Calabrese (born April 20, 1947) is an American raw foodist and restaurateur. Her first restaurant, Karyn's Raw Bistro, is the longest-standing gourmet raw food restaurant in the United States. Calabrese grew up in Hyde Park, a South Side neighborhood of Chicago. Calabrese worked as a professional model in he ... Read »


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    • Lesa Carlson

    • While Lesa Carlson's primary passion is music, she is also an actress, raw foods chef, choreographer, and a former Miss Idaho in the America's Miss Pageant. Her background includes three years of opera training, awards bestowed in both New York City and Los Angeles, and performances with members of the Turkish National ... Read »


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    • St. Louis Estes

    • Dr. St. Louis Albert Estes (April 2, 1876 – May 2, 1951) was an American doctor and proponent of a raw food diet. He believed that one of the most common causes of sickness and chronic disease was an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. Originally a dentist, Estes was unhealthy and aged at the age of thirty; he began a r ... Read »


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    • Max Gerson

    • Max Gerson (October 18, 1881 – March 8, 1959) was a German-born American physician who developed the Gerson Therapy, a dietary-based alternative cancer treatment that he claimed could cure cancer and most chronic, degenerative diseases. Gerson described his approach in the book A Cancer Therapy: Results of 50 ... Read »


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    • David Jubb

    • David Jubb is a neurobehavioral physiologist and blood formation specialist, who promotes fasting, whole brain functioning and a diet based on life food. Jubb also describes himself as a and a specialist in colloidal biology. Jubb promotes a raw food diet further focused on foods that still have their enzymes and ... Read »


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    • Matthew Kenney

    • Matthew Kenney

      Matthew Kenney (born August 31, 1964) is an American Celebrity chef, entrepreneur, author, and educator specializing in plant-based cuisine. He has authored 12 cookbooks and is the founder of Matthew Kenney Cuisine, an integrated lifestyle company as well as PlantLab Culinary (prev Matthew Kenney Culinary), a plant-bas ... Read »


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    • Morris Krok

    • Morris Krok

      Morris Krok (28 April 1931 – October 2005) was a South African author,publisher and health educator. Background Morris Krok was born in Johannesburg and brought up in Durban,South Africa. As a young man, he started to seek solutions for his health problems and was influenced by natural healing writers of the ... Read »


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    • Viktoras Kulvinskas

    • Viktoras Peter Kulvinskas (born 23 February 1939) is a Lithuanian holistic health practitioner, nutritionist, raw foods advocate and author. After joining Ann Wigmore's Boston-based Rising Sun Christianity movement, Kulvinskas co-founded, with Wigmore, the Hippocrates Health Institute, a health resort in the United St ... Read »


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    • Vesanto Melina

    • Vesanto Melina is a Canadian Registered Dietitian and co-author of books that have become classics in the field of vegetarian, vegan, and raw foods nutrition, have sold over 700,000 copies and are in 8 languages (Italian, Dutch, Traditional Chinese, Czech, French, Portuguese, Israeli, English). She has presented worksh ... Read »


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    • Sarma Melngailis

    • Sarma Melngailis (born 10 September 1972) is the former owner and co-founder of Pure Food and Wine, a raw foodism restaurant in New York City, and the founder and CEO of One Lucky Duck. Melngailis was born and raised in Newton, Massachusetts and attended Newton North High School. Her early interest in food came fr ... Read »


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    • Ani Phyo

    • Ani Phyo (born July 17, 1968) is an organic chef, author, whole food and sustainable agriculture advocate. She is an advocate of raw foodism lifestyle promoting uncooked and unprocessed foods that are organic, sustainable, and supports green living. Ani Phyo was born July 17, 1968, in Nova Scotia, Canada, and rais ... Read »


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    • John and Vera Richter

    • Dr. John Theophilus Richter (June 10, 1863 – January 24, 1949) and Vera M. Richter (December 11, 1884 – January 13, 1960) were an American married couple who ran an early health food restaurant in Los Angeles, the Eutropheon, which became a meeting place for influential figures in the development of alternati ... Read »


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    • Herbert M. Shelton

    • Herbert McGolfin Shelton (October 6, 1895 – January 1, 1985) was an American naturopath, alternative medicine advocate, author, pacifist, vegetarian, supporter of rawism and fasting. Shelton was nominated by the American Vegetarian Party to run as its candidate for President of the United States in 1956. He saw ... Read »


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    • Amílcar de Sousa


    • Richard Ungewitter

    • Richard Ungewitter (December 18, 1869, Artern, Province of Saxony – December 17, 1958, Stuttgart) was a German pioneer of the nudist movement and one of its first organizers. There was a völkisch element in Ungewitter's ideas. Ungewitter was of working-class or lower middle-class origins and was trained as ... Read »


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    • Aajonus Vonderplanitz

    • Aajonus Vonderplanitz (born John Richard Swigart on April 17,1947 in Denver, Colorado, and died 28 August 2013) was an American nutritionist and activist, based in Malibu, California, and in Thailand, who developed the Primal Diet. Vonderplanitz claimed that in his 20s, he was diagnosed with multiple, terminal cancers ... Read »


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    • Norman W. Walker

    • Norman Wardhaugh Walker (4 January 1886 – 6 June 1985) was a British businessman and pioneer in the field of vegetable juicing and nutritional health. He advocated the drinking of fresh raw vegetable and fruit juices, both to regain and to maintain one's health. Based on his design, the Norwalk Hydraulic Press Jui ... Read »


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    • Ann Wigmore

    • Ann Wigmore (1909 – 1994) was a Lithuanian–American "holistic health" practitioner and raw food advocate. Wigmore wrote several books on her theories and lectured widely to promote her practices. On February 16, 1994, Wigmore died of smoke inhalation from a fire at the Boston site of the original Hippocrates ... Read »


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    • David Wolfe (nutritionist)

    • David "Avocado" Wolfe (born August 6, 1970) is an entrepreneur, author, and product spokesman. He is known for promoting raw foodism, alternative medicine, and a variety of conspiracy theories. Wolfe grew up in San Diego, California. According to Wolfe, he became intolerant of dairy when he was 18 and stopped con ... Read »


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