Purely Delicious raw food and eco lifestyle magazine, is now available at the register at select newsstands and Whole Foods Markets for those that do not want monthly delivery. 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.
Purely Delicious Magazine, a raw food and eco lifestyle magazine, is now available for home subscriptions, on select newsstands and Whole Foods Markets. Previously available only via subscription, the quarterly publication is informing a growing audience about the benefits of the raw food lifestyle. “Remarkably, our new subscriptions have increased more than 25% since I took over Purely Delicious in October 2008 — even in a down economy,” said Rebecca Carlson, editor and publisher. “People are thirsting for information about holistic health, diet and wellness.”
There are many misconceptions about the organic raw diet, which consists of raw nuts, fruits, vegetables, sea vegetables, sprouts, and sprouted grains combined or eaten alone but not heated above 115F degrees, Carlson said. She added: “Most people wouldn’t believe how amazingly delicious the food is … until they try it. We enjoy everything from key lime pie and enchiladas to lasagna, pizza and ice cream. There is no deprivation, only good, organic, tasty food.”
Each Purely Delicious issue offers gourmet and quick raw recipes from world-famous chefs such as Chad Sarno and Matthew Kenney; a “Raw 101” beginners’ section; personality profiles of such notables as David Wolfe and Dr. Gabriel Cousens; and advice on travel, kitchen design, green living, entertaining, pets, fitness and more.
Single copies of Purely Delicious retail for $5.97US/$9.97CAN; subscriptions start at $25US/$30CAN per year. Besides the U.S. and Canada, Purely Delicious is read around the globe, with subscribers in 22-plus countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Purely Delicious also appears on Facebook and via Twitter. Plans are in the works for an online version launching in late 2009. For subscriptions, order online at Purely Delicious Magazine .