Åsa Paul-Johansson is an international certified raw food teacher and lecturer based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
She offers raw food classes, courses, lectures and demonstrations. She is also involved in online raw food coaching/counseling. Furthermore she writes about her local raw food world and raw food research in her blogs.
Åsa is also lecturing and teaching in Sweden (and other countries) at times. Recently featured in FEMINA, Sweden’s largest magazine for women; NÄRA their largest spiritual magazine, and Hemmets Journal, their largest weekly magazine, she was interviewed and supplied all the recipes for extensive articles about raw foods.
With over 30 year’s knowledge of raw foods and 7 years of eating a high raw vegan diet, she has been teaching and lecturing and “revealing the magic” for 3 years now. She is the author of two e-Books: “10 Delicious Raw Breakfasts For A GOOD Morning!” and “3 Days Raw With Åsa!”
As member of the International Association of Raw Food Coaches and Teachers Åsa is constantly researching, learning and expanding her knowledge and business, On the Lime; always on the lookout for information, recipes, preparation techniques, and products to benefit her students.
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Why the name On the Lime?
“Since the small Key Lime fruits grow in southern Florida it would be quite fitting to choose the native lime. And also, “On the Lime” is a little twist on the idea of life being “on the line…” for when it comes to making good food choices, your health and well-being mostly definitely are…”
Comment from Åsa regarding her name:
“My name Åsa is not the simplest or easiest to pronounce, write or remember – sorry about that!
I am quite fond of the Swedish name my loving parents gave me though. It means something like Viking goddess, so I should feel proud, right? Norse goddess of light and the rainbow.
However to help you out, the Scandinavian letter “Å” in my name Åsa, is pronounced like the letter “A” in RAW. Makes it a little bit easier to remember I guess…”