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Purely Delicious™ Wins “Best Raw Food Magazine of 2009” Award
Date:3/1/2010

Known for its stunning use of photography, beautiful design and simple recipes, Purely Delicious shows readers how to begin a healthy raw food and eco friendly lifestyle, with ease. And the readers in turn, voted Purely Delicious as the "BEST RAW MAGAZINE OF 2009." The sole purpose of this beautiful publication is to inform a growing audience of the benefits of the raw food lifestyle made popular by celebrities such as Uma Thurman, Demi Moore, Carol Alt and Jason Mraz.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) March 1, 2010 -- Purely Delicious, a raw food and eco lifestyle magazine, has won the 2009 Best of Raw award for Best Raw Food Magazine of 2009. Known for its stunning photography and simple recipes, Purely Delicious shows readers how to live a raw vegan food lifestyle, without a lot of special equipment or costly ingredients. The quarterly publication is available at Whole Foods Markets and select newsstands.

Laura Fox, producer of the Best of Raw awards, said, “I salute Purely Delicious for standing out as a leader for our culture to make this very important — and I would even say crucial — shift to a more organic plant-based diet. An increased emphasis on more raw, vegan food helps people get well and stay well.”

Rebecca Carlson, editor of Purely Delicious, knows personally the health benefits of eating a plant-based diet. Rebecca was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in December 2005 after she began experiencing loss of feelings in her legs, blurry vision, vertigo, fatigue and depression. Once Rebecca adopted a 100% raw food diet in July 2007, she was soon symptom-free.

Rebecca is quick to point out, “You don't have to eat 100% raw to enjoy benefits such as weight loss, glowing skin and improved digestion.” Fruits, vegetables, sprouted grains, nuts and other wholesome ingredients can be combined together or ea
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