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Health Summits With Brian Rossiter

The Power of Raw Foods

Brian Rossiter is interviewed on The Power of Raw Foods, hosted by Karen Ranzi , on December 11, 2017.

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International Raw Food Summit

Brian Rossiter is interviewed on the International Raw Food Summit, hosted by Dr. Rick Dina and Dr. Karin Dina, on May 4, 2017.

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Raw Life Summit

Brian Rossiter is interviewed on the Raw Life Summit, hosted by Anthea Frances Falkiner, on October 16, 2015.

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YouTube, Podcast and Radio Interviews With Brian Rossiter

Raw and Cooked Vegan Interview

Brian Rossiter is interviewed by Paul Kelly of the YouTube channel Raw and Cooked Vegan about his journey to health and work on Fruit-Powered.com and at Arnold’s Way on June 12, 2014. He discusses his transition to a fruitarian diet and reversal of chronic pain through practice of exercises in his Posture Exercises Method.

“The mental clarity and the energy, they just went through the roof!”

Raw Vegan Power Interview

Brian Rossiter is interviewed by Luis Souza of the YouTube channel Raw Vegan Power about his fruitarian diet and Fruit-Powered.com projects on July 3, 2013.

“My raw vegan power is feeling alive and feeling my best and feeling right in the moment, knowing what I want to do tomorrow and in the future, knowing for the first time in my life where I’m going exactly in life. I just feel that I have a purpose.”

Raw Food Health Podcast Interview

Brian Rossiter is interviewed by Andrew Perlot on the Raw Food Health Podcast about his fruitarian diet and how small amounts of cooked foods can derail a raw food diet. This interview was broadcast September 3, 2012. The interview begins at 19:10 in. Direct link.

“I think this can absolutely be the best thing you ever do for yourself. It is worth putting in the time and being patient with yourself, allowing your body to change, allowing you to grow and become comfortable in your new skin.”

Let’s Talk Nutrition Call-In Spot

Brian Rossiter was a call-in guest on Let’s Talk Nutrition, a nationally syndicated health talk show, on June 11, 2014. He discusses his fruitarian diet. The interview begins at 27:48 in.

“The list of benefits is endless. Some of my favorites are having outstanding mental clarity, focus, bottomless energy. I simply don’t get tired as long as I eat enough and sleep enough.”

Media Articles About and Interviews With Brian Rossiter

Montgomeryville–Lansdale Patch: Small-Business Spotlight

Brian Rossiter is interviewed on Montgomeryville–Lansdale (Pennsylvania) Patch about his Fruit-Powered venture and connection to the North Penn community as part of the Lansdale Small Business Spotlight series. This interview was published November 10, 2016. Direct link.

“(I’m proud of) helping people find hope and clarity … and watching their energy shift positively, thanks to the best food and exercise.”


Cheap Health Revolution: “Near Fruitarian”: Brian Rossiter—A Story of Healing

Brian Rossiter is interviewed on Cheap-Health-Revolution.com about his fruitarian diet and reversal of chronic pain through practice of exercises in his Posture Exercises Method. This interview was published December 19, 2014. Direct link.

“I’ve stripped away lots of old distractions and ideas about who I was and how I should live and found peace, clarity, focus and ambition.”


My Healthy Diet: “Interview With Brian Rossiter”

Brian Rossiter was interviewed by Joyce of the former MyHealthyDiet.net about his fruitarian diet and reversal of chronic pain through practice of exercises in his Posture Exercises Method. This interview was published February 28, 2013.

“Going raw is the single best thing a person can do, I think. This single change will enable one to see large windows to their world where they once saw walls or sealed-shut doors. Going raw will help inspire one to launch an exercise program and many more positive practices.”


Media Article Mentions of Brian Rossiter

Lancaster Online: “Ending Chronic Pain Is Topic for July Vegan Potluck in Kinzers”

Brian Rossiter is featured in a story published on LancasterOnline.com on July 16, 2017, about his giving a presentation on his Posture Exercises Method. Direct link.


Macleans: “Gluten-Free Baby: When Parents Ignore Science”

Fruit-Powered is noted in “Gluten-Free Baby: When Parents Ignore Science,” a story about alternative diets, published in Macleans on January 11, 2017. Direct link.


The Morning Call: “Bethlehem VegFest Celebrates All Things Vegan and Sustainable”

Brian Rossiter is noted in “Bethlehem VegFest Celebrates All Things Vegan and Sustainable,” a story about the inaugural Bethlehem VegFest, published August 17, 2016, in The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania). Direct link.


The Morning Call: “Is Raw Right for You?”

Brian Rossiter is noted in “Is Raw Right for You?”, a story about whether a raw food diet is ideal, published July 22, 2014, in The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania). Direct link.


Delaware County Times: “Wide Variety of Soups Provide Comfort Food”

Brian Rossiter is quoted in “Wide Variety of Soups Provide Comfort Food,” a story published in the Delaware County Times (Upper Darby, Pennsylvania) on January 14, 2014. Direct link.


Natural News: “Megan Sherow Cancer Story: Teenager Overcomes Terminal Brain Cancer With Raw Foods”

Fruit-Powered is cited as a source in “Megan Sherow Cancer Story: Teenager Overcomes Terminal Brain Cancer With Raw Foods,” a story published on NaturalNews.com on October 1, 2013. Direct link.


The Reporter: “Keeping Foods Raw”

Brian Rossiter is quoted in “Keeping Foods Raw,” a story about “Meet the Authors,” an event at Arnold’s Way, published in The Reporter (Lansdale, Pennsylvania) on August 14, 2012.

“Bananas are the main staple of his diet. He … said his focus is ‘razor sharp’ and feels like he has enough energy to work a 100-hour week. He wrote Alive! in four months.”


Articles by Brian Rossiter Published in Other Publications

Vibrance: “Raw Food Cafés Have Slim Profit Margins But Rosy Outlooks As Healthful Eating Scene Blossoms”

“Raw Food Cafés Have Slim Profit Margins But Rosy Outlooks As Healthful Eating Scene Blossoms” by Brian Rossiter about the business side of operating raw food cafés was published in Vibrance 12 in November 2015.

“There’s money to be made over a volume of people. If you’re having a slow day, it can hurt but not to the point where you have to close your store. … We are still a new concept to the public. We’re not doing the volume of a McDonald’s.”


Healthy Juicing Magazine: “Finding Freedom Leading the Fruit-Powered Lifestyle”

“Finding Freedom Leading the Fruit-Powered Lifestyle” by Brian Rossiter about his fruitarian diet and reversal of chronic pain through practice of exercises in his Posture Exercises Method was published in Issue 37 of Healthy Juicing Magazine.

“Free your body, mind, spirit and emotions—go raw, get active, pursue health and enjoy every moment on your winding journey, which will lead you down many wondrous paths! If you want it and have the eye of the tiger, you can have it! Our choices have the power to affect ourselves, all creatures and the whole planet!”


Vegetarian Society of Ireland: “A Smoothie as Green as Ireland’s Gorgeous Grass Is the Key to Raw Food Success”

“A Smoothie as Green as Ireland’s Gorgeous Grass Is the Key to Raw Food Success” by Brian Rossiter about his raw vegan diet journey, with a special emphasis on his green smoothie consumption was published on the Vegetarian Society of Ireland website on September 18, 2015. Direct link.

“All your dreams can be realized by connecting with nature and yourself, honoring your higher purpose for the greatest good. … Give green smoothies an honest run and pay attention to how you feel. You might find yourself having a green smoothie every day for 1,250 consecutive days like I did!”


Vibrance: “Skyrocketing Autism Spectrum Disorder Rates Challenge Country”

“Skyrocketing Autism Spectrum Disorder Rates Challenge Country” by Brian Rossiter about the skyrocketing autism spectrum disorder rates in the United States and their connection with vaccines was published in Vibrance 11 in April 2015.

“Statistics released in 2012 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that, if growth remains steady, virtually all boys will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder by 2032, with all girls affected by 2041. ‘This is perhaps the single most important issue of our time,’ said Louise Kuo Habakus, M.A., co-author of Vaccine Epidemic and executive director of FearlessParent.org, who also runs the nonprofit think tank Center for Personal Rights.”


Vibrance: “Fruit-Powered and Alive!”

“Fruit-Powered and Alive!” by Brian Rossiter about his fruitarian diet and reversal of chronic pain through practice of exercises in his Posture Exercises Method was published in Vibrance 9 in August 2013.

“A saying of Arnold Kauffman’s kept me going during my raw transition in 2011 whenever I felt out of my element, and I wish to share it with those exploring raw food: ‘What do you want and how badly do you want it?’ To go raw, one really has to want this lifestyle badly enough to change his/her mindset’s station from the rest of the world’s frequency. I challenge everyone to go 100 percent raw to find their true selves for the first time, to cherish the gift of life on the deepest level. This fruit-powered feeling makes me and thousands of others around the world feel blissfully alive!”


Super Healthy Children: “Highlighting Fruit-Powered: Supercharging Life With Raw Foods”

“”Highlighting Fruit-Powered: Supercharging Life With Raw Foods” by Brian Rossiter about Fruit-Powered.com work was published on Karen Ranzi‘s SuperHealthyChildren.com on March 22, 2013. Direct link.

“I’m especially excited about shining a light on those enjoying success leading a low-fat, fruit-based lifestyle. I’m jazzed about folks’ comeback stories—whether they overcame obesity or cancer or diabetes—and find immeasurable joy in sharing these stories with my audience. To me and a lot of other people, it’s an inspiring feeling to get your blood pumping and fill yourself with a can-do attitude while learning about people who overcame adversity and then thrived for the first time in their lives!”


Vibrance: “Arnold’s Way: What Do You Want & How Badly Do You Want It?”

“Arnold’s Way: What Do You Want & How Badly Do You Want It?” by Brian Rossiter about Arnold Kauffman and Arnold’s Way, a raw vegan café in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, was published in Vibrance 8 in September 2012.

“It’s a space where you can come in and there’s no judgment. I tell people, ‘It’s a great experience. There are people who are at all different stages of the path. We’re all there together.’ And somebody who’s just beginning has such insight about some things that you might have forgotten about being farther down along the road.”

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