Rhio is a singer, and author, as well as an investigative reporter in the area of health and environmental issues. Rhio is of Hungarian-Cuban descent, raised in the U.S., but completely fluent in Spanish. Her first bookis about living a life more closely aligned with Nature by adopting a raw/live food lifestyle. The 358-page book also covers many of the reasons for making these healthy lifestyle changes, as well as more than 350 raw recipes in all categories.
Rhio’s video series on raw food preparation, entitledis available now. Volumes 2 and 3 are in production, and scheduled for release in 2017.
and aired stories on the raw food lifestyle featuring Rhio. She is considered very knowledgeable in the area of raw and living foods and lectures on both the raw/live food lifestyle and the genetic engineering of seeds/plants.
As a singer Rhio has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows. Currently she is completing her fourth CD album entitled www.Rhiosmusic.comwhich tackles environmental issues and includes some humorous raw food songs written by her partner, composer-producer Leigh Crizoe. A jazz EP album, Sunshine Girl, was recently released which features standards and originals. A song, Some Say written by Crizoe and collaborator, Eugene Orland, and sung by Rhio appears in the 2014 released movie The Last of Robin Hood, starring Kevin Klein and Dakota Fanning. For more information on Rhio’s music projects, visit:
Rhio hosts an internet radio show called www.nytalkradio.netwhich can be heard worldwide at:
Rhio’s website: www.hookedonraw.com also provides extensive information on the raw/live food lifestyle, as well as organic agriculture, environmental, human rights, civil rights, globalization and economic justice issues.
In New York City, and on the farm Upstate, Rhio hosts events, classes and talks from time to time. To keep up with those, please check Rhio’s Itinerary.
On the horizon: Rhio and her partner Leigh, are also fledgling permaculture, truganic, biodynamic, eco-farmers in Upstate New York, with a focus on growing edible wild foods, heirloom and unusual vegetables, leafy greens and lettuces, fruit, berries and nuts.
To contact Rhio, call 212 274.0978 or Rhio@rawfoodinfo.com