Lisa Montgomery | Author

Lisa Montgomery was a Vendor at the:

3rd Annual Green Earth Festival
"To Promote Green Products, Projects and Lifestyle"
Saturday, August 4, 2012

9:00 am to 2:00 pm

[On the Schuylkill River Trail along the French Creek, next to the Phoenixville Farmers Market]

Sacramento & Co. ABC-TV, Sacramento, California

Guy Farris, Lisa Montgomery, Melissa Crowley

October 22, 2009

Olivia Voices for Healing..Our Planet..Ourselves

West Chester University of Pennsylvania,  by The ACEER Foundation

We Bring The Amazon Home; Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre Appeal and West Chester College of Health Sciences

March 26-27, 2011

Finding Her Right Food Fit

Mid Atlantic Events Magazine - April Issue - Ken Alan

A packaging sales rep by day, Lisa Montgomery is a vibrant, energetic proponent of dynamically raw foods. Her knowledge and the active lifestyle she has chosen have helped Lisa in leading the charge as her growing following understands more about their natural daily consumption.

Lisa's defining moment came sixteen years ago. "I felt sluggish and sick all the time. After a series of conversations with a chiropractor, who told me I had bad digestion, I underwent a series of allergy tests with a homeopathic doctor...receiving good advice, including the elimination of high fats, antibiotics and as much stress as possible from my life."

Her life-changing decisions included adopting an almost 90 percent raw diet. Soon, Lisa had become a certified healthcare practitioner, a nutritionist and an author. Her book, Raw Inspiration, is just that: A personal guide on how to make healthier and happier choices, with scads of earthy, crunchy and ultimately living recipes.


"People are always telling me they don't know where to turn. It all begins at home; staying away from chemicals, junk foods, steroids, and recognizing what these things do to our bodies."


So how does a person make a leap to better foods without living like a rabbit?


"There are those who think that if you eat healthy, it can't taste good.But there are so many ways to turn simple vegetables into flavorful meals.Or, if companies are providing foods for their employees, they can offer a buffet, one that has better choices where people can pick something fresh over cooked and canned foods. If forward-thinking companies are starting to get the coorelation between wellness and productiveness, then it's up to the caterers to catch up."

While restaurant dining, too, had once been a challenge for a nutritionally-conscience person like Lisa, she now finds better choices in more dining establishments than ever before. "Except for the fast food ones!" she exclaims. "Their idea of good for you is still, usually, freshness brought on by preservatives."



"Wonderfully engaging, a personal story that has also touched many others. Raw foods have a way of bringing people together in a positive way, and Lisa's journey exemplifies this, highlighting the power of transformation, creativity and health."

-Matthew Kenney, chef and author of Everyday Raw

“Lisa Montgomery, her raw potlucks, events, and her book "Raw Inspiration, Living Dynamically With Raw Food" helps to continue the work that Ann Wigmore and I started. With her global aspirations she is helping to inspire people to make better choices to live healthier lifestyles.”

-Viktoras Kulvinskas

Interview with Health Forward Online: