yeap! Like one month ago i turn my diet into "raw food only". For more than a year all my breakfasts were already "raw". It consist of what's called a green smoothie (2bananas,bleuberries,blackberries,strawberries,apples,spinach,celeries,brocolli,goji berries,and chia all that mixed with water) and now i changed my other meals too! My lunch consist most of the time of brocolis,carrots,sweet peas,cherry tomatos and an avocado (exellent with lime juice and green tabasco). I still alowed my self a couples of exeptions (meat,pasta,sugar,bread,beer and wine) but in very small amounts and just at dinner time. The difference is obvious, overall I feel SO MUCH better and I can train much more with less soreness and tierdness. I know it sounds weerd but it's like my blood is boiling with power! I recomand to give it a try! A good source of infos and motivation is Tim Vanorden's site http://www.runningraw.com/ I suggest you take a look at all is short vidéos about diet and race results, it IS impressive enough for me to try and I'm more than convinced now after a month! By definition, raw foods are nutriments that are consumed in their natural, unprocessed state. Some can still be considered raw if they haven't been heated above 45 degrees Celsius or 115 Fahrenheit.+ Almost all raw foods is alkaline once processed by the digestive system witch help a lot to maintain an healty balanced body ph. There is another interesting site here http://www.ultra-running-insights.com/index.html well stocked with infos on raw food and ultrarunning!
So check it out and have a good reading and don't fear to give it a try, you could be pleased with the results!!!