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Ramona Cadogan


My road to veganism...

My road to fitness...

My raw vegan lifestyle and fitness level...


Name: Ramona Cadogan
Year of Birth: Oct 18, 1970
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 125
Birthplace: Saint Albans NY
Current Residence: West Hempstead,NY
Sports: Tennis, Track(Sprinting),Crossfit,Warrior Dash, Spartan Race

I am a science teacher, a tutor of many subjects, personal trainer,
hula hooper(birthday parties, fitness, entertainment) and a raw vegan
chef. I love weightlifting, crossfit,yoga, pilates, hula hooping. My
passions are to continue to live a raw vegan lifestyle and share the
message of healthy eating without harming animals.

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and contact me if you have any questions.

My road to veganism

I wanted to  challenge my health to even a higher level. I heard about
veganism on a serious level from friends that own . They talked about it as a clean diet, no
sacrificing animals,better digestion due to enzymes not being
destroyed by cooking the food and more energy.

My road to fitness

I became interested in fitness since the age of 4 where I started
taking tap and ballet. I continued to take point, hip hop, jazz etc. I
want to maintain a healthy physique from a to z. I want to not only
remain physically healthy but also spiritually as well.

My raw vegan lifestyle and fitness level

I am 100% raw vegan eating lots of fruits and vegetables with some
nuts and seeds. In the morning I drink water that comes from a natural
spring, then 30min later I have a green smoothie consisting of
spinach, sun chorella, coconut water, mangos and bananas. For lunch I
would have a large salad of a wide selection of greens, with golgi
berries, mulberries, tomatoes (squeeze to make the sauce), seaweed and
hempseeds. For dinner I would have raw vegan pizza or raw vegan
lasagna or raw vegan pasta made from zucchini. In terms of workouts I
enjoy crossfit, bodybuilding, cross training and circuit training

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