Raw Extreme Manifesto: Change Your Body, Change Your Mind, Change the World While Spending Almost Nothing!

Raw Extreme Manifesto Change Your Body Change Your Mind Change the World While Spending Almost Nothing A cross between Michael Pollan s Food Rules and Adam Richman s Food vs Man Raw Extreme Manifesto is one man s journey into raw food extremism With sensible tips simple recipes rules and most impor

  • Title: Raw Extreme Manifesto: Change Your Body, Change Your Mind, Change the World While Spending Almost Nothing!
  • Author: Fred Ho
  • ISBN: 9781616084653
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • A cross between Michael Pollan s Food Rules and Adam Richman s Food vs Man, Raw Extreme Manifesto is one man s journey into raw food extremism With sensible tips, simple recipes, rules, and most importantly, results, Fred Ho s book tells you everything you need to know about going totally raw without spending all your money on expensive juicers or fancy groceries.DrivenA cross between Michael Pollan s Food Rules and Adam Richman s Food vs Man, Raw Extreme Manifesto is one man s journey into raw food extremism With sensible tips, simple recipes, rules, and most importantly, results, Fred Ho s book tells you everything you need to know about going totally raw without spending all your money on expensive juicers or fancy groceries.Driven by a desire to become healthier and solve a myriad of health issues, Fred Ho begins his journey into raw food extremism, overcoming his skepticism by resisting the psychological matrix of dependency and addiction to cooked and industrial food production by developing a small community circle of raw food enthusiasts Raw Fight Club seeking to solve a variety of ailments and maladies diabetes, asthma, hypertension, obesity, and even multiple sclerosis and cancer by opposing the hyper marketing of raw chic going raw is often affordable only to the affluent and by devising a raw food commitment that spends almost no money After just two weeks, he feels extraordinary results.Much than twenty five original recipes and tips about going raw and staying raw, this is an indispensable handbook for everyone who ever wondered if they have what it takes to change their lives and ultimately their society for the better In the author s own words about Raw Fight Club we make raw food dishes, share ideas, talk politics, and come up with strategies to change the world

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    • Fred Ho

      Fred Ho Chinese pinyin H u W ih n born Fred Wei han Houn August 10, 1957 April 12, 2014 was an American jazz baritone saxophonist, composer, bandleader, playwright, writer and Marxist social activist In 1988, he changed his surname to Ho.He was born in Palo Alto, California, and moved at the age of six with his family to Massachusetts.While he is sometimes associated with the Asian American jazz or avant garde jazz movements, Ho himself was opposed to the use of term jazz to describe traditional African American music because the word jazz was used pejoratively by white Americans to denigrate the music of African Americans.Ho arduously sought to define what constitutes Asian American jazz What makes Chinese American music Chinese American What would comprise an Asian American musical content and form that could transform American music in general rather than simply be subsumed in one or another American musical genre such as jazz He polemicized against, rightfully, the white assimilationist notion of the petty bourgeois Asian American artist that anything by an Asian American artist makes it Asian American, pointing out that, for instance, Yo Yo Ma is a cellist who happens to be Chinese Asian American, not a Chinese Asian American musician In his role as an activist, many of his works fuse the melodies of indigenous and traditional Asian and African forms of music He envisions his music to be a real synthesis In opposing cultural imperialism, a genuine multicultural synthesis embodies revolutionary internationalism in music rather than co opting different cultures, musicians and composers achieve revolutionary transformation predicated upon anti imperialism in terms of both musical respect and integrity as well as a practical political economic commitment to equality between peoples Ho also co edited four books Sounding Off Music as Subversion Resistance Revolution 1996 , Legacy to Liberation Politics and Culture of Revolutionary Asian Pacific America 2001 , Afro Asia Revolutionary Political and Cultural Connections between African Americans and Asian Americans 2008 , and Maroon the Implacable The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz 2013 Ho s contributions to the Asian American empowerment movement are varied and many He is credited with co founding several Asian American civic groups such as the East Coast Asian Students Union while a student at Harvard , the Asian American Arts Alliance in New York City, the Asian American Resource Center in Boston and the Asian Improv record label.Of Chinese descent, Ho specialized in the combining sometimes asynchronous tunes and melodies of various musical traditions, creating what many have described as both brilliant and chaotic sounds He was the first to combine Chinese opera with traditional African American music He led the Afro Asian Music Ensemble founded in 1982 and the Monkey Orchestra founded in 1980 He lived in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York.Ho held a B.A degree in sociology from Harvard University 1979 He recorded for the Koch Jazz and Soul Note labels Some of his final works include Deadly She Wolf Assassin at Armageddon, which premiered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in June 2006, and Voice of the Dragon I, II, and III As Ho was a prolific composer, writer, playwright, his list of works grew continually Some of his first CDs include Monkey I, Monkey II, The Underground Railroad to My Heart Soul Note , We Refuse To Be Used And Abused, and Tomorrow is Now In his 2000 book, Legacy to Liberation, Ho, recapitulating an aesthetic vision first presented in 1985, wrote Revolutionary art must inspire a spirit of defiance, or class and national pride to resist domination and backward ideology Revolutionary art must energize and humanize not pacify, confuse and desensitize I am adamantly against one dimensional, so called correct proscriptive forms that p



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