Grant Campbell has played a big part in the Fruit Festival movement.
He was an original pioneer of the Woodstock Fruit Festival, as well as being a featured speaker at the Canada Fruitfest, the Danish Fresh Food Festival and the Slovenian Fruits and Health Festival.
He has spoken at the UK Fruitfest Festival every year since the beginning.
Each year he runs the Thailand Adventure Retreat in Chantaburi, Thailand. Grant lives with passion and purpose and has hosted 100% raw vegan retreats every year since 2007!
Fueled by fruit, Grant has enjoyed completing over 65 ultra marathons including up to 240 km (149 miles) in under 35 hours in minimalist footwear without stopping to sleep.
Grant has also led running camps, teaches running workshops around the world, produces Running Tips and Ultra Marathon Running Tips on his YouTube channel, and authored a book series called ‘Inspired To Run‘.
You can learn more about Grant here: http://www.rawaussieathlete.com
Register for this years UK Fruitfest here:http://www.fruitfest.co.uk/registration
Raw vegan superwoman and ultra marathon runner Harriet Kjaer has just broken her personal best in the Andorra Ultramarathon Race.
Her time went from a personal best of 56 hours 18 minutes to 44 hours 30minutes
Harriet says: “Same route, same weather, same diet. Better training, better mental state but most importantly 7 years raw and starting to see amazing results.” Her coach, Dr Doug Graham, says “when someone goes raw, the real difference is seen 7-10 years later”
Can your sports performance be improved on a raw vegan diet? There is no doubt that raw vegans have seen dramatic improvements in their performances. One of the biggest benefits is a quicker recovery time allow athletes to train more.
At the same time, many athletes are held back by digestive problems and other niggles, aches and pains that are a result of a poor diet. The raw vegan diet can truly help you unleash your athletic potential.
You can meet, and run with, Harriet at this years UK Fruitfest: