My name is Kaloyan Kanev and you can call me Kenny, born on December 9, 1985, in Stara Zagora. I grew up in a poor family with a mother as a housewife and father as an creative artist. My mother was very shy, reserved, and introverted. In her late youth, she experienced the difficult death of her father and vowed not to show love and attachment to her children (my brother and me) to spare them from suffering, as she had suffered from the loss. Despite my mother not hugging me or saying “I love you,” I felt and knew that I was loved.

My father was a free-spirited person, skilled with his hands, an artist, sculptor, and farmer. He established one of the first private companies in Stara Zagora for screen printing, but business was not his calling, and he did not have much success in his various ventures. I had a relatively happy childhood, playing games like tag, guards and thieves, and cowboys and Indians with other kids. Due to my father’s unsuccessful business endeavors, we ended up living in rented apartments in Stara Zagora, my brother and me, and our parents in the village. Those were years of poverty and hunger, but thanks to a friend, I started working at the age of 18, and things began to improve.

By the age of 28, I had changed several jobs, working as a store clerk, concrete plant operator, formwork builder, and ventilation systems installer. Life was good; I had a girlfriend, and we lived together in Stara Zagora, with a car and relative freedom. In 2012, I was laid off, and I decided to move to London to join a friend and my brother. The separation from my girlfriend was tough, but I was determined. I have been living in London since 2013, working as a carpenter.

In England, I met my current fiancée, Elena, who is a cornerstone in my life. After meeting her, I began to realize my mission in this life. Elena shared with me that she successfully cured her insulin-dependent diabetes, within 7 months, through a change in her diet. This was the spark that ignited my insatiable desire for growth, and I wish everyone to find such a catalyst in life.

It took us about a year and a half to transition from a normal omnivorous diet to a fully raw vegan lifestyle. During this period, I learned a lot about food, nutrition, meditation, and the human body. Two years later, around mid-2017, my attention turned to Dr. Robert Morse, and I began to eat only fruits. Today, I am not as strict as in the beginning, and I occasionally eat cooked food, but I still consider myself a fruitarian because of my mindset.

In 2017, Elena and I embarked on a spiritual journey in the jungles of Peru, participating in 4 ayahuasca ceremonies with shaman Don Lucho in the Kapitari reserve, along with 16 others. In 2018, instead of taking a vacation, I did my first 20-day water fast after a month of eating only grapes. In 2019 and 2020, I did 9-day dry fasts, inspired by a friend and Dr. Filonov’s work. In 2020, inspired by Wim Hof, I started immersing myself in cold baths at 10 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes a day.

In September 2020, I had an adventure in Tuscany (Italy), where I practiced an ancient Daoist meditation in complete isolation and darkness for 8 days. During my stay in darkness, I got to know myself like never before, faced various challenges, and gained inspiration.

Years ago, I asked myself, “How can I be useful to make this Earth a better place to live?” This question led me on a path of self-discovery, a journey filled with many challenges and meaning. Walking this path, I found the answer to my question: to help people realize the immense potential and possibilities of our human bodies to heal.

To activate the body’s regenerative processes, we need a solid foundation, and that foundation is food. On this foundation, we build supporting pillars, which are different methods and practices with a much higher coefficient of effectiveness combined with the nutrition of individuals. This includes herbs, fasting, breathing exercises, progressive psychology, exposure to cold, meditation, Qigong, bioresonance, long walks, and others.

If one day we meet in person, with your permission, I will try to plant some seeds in your consciousness. If you take care of them, they will thank you with the fruits of self-awareness and personal transformation.

I strive to maintain an open and unbiased mind, and as a result, I have learned a lot from people like Drunvalo Melchizedek, Vadim Zeland, Dan McDonald, John Color, Dr. Rick and Karen Dina, Dr. Colin Campbell, Dr. Robert Morse, Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton, Graham Hancock, Jared Tendler, Caroline Myss, Dolores Cannon, David Wilcock, Corey Goode, Aubrey Marcus, Sasha Stone, Elizabeth Wilcock, Tony Robbins, Dorian Yates, Brian Rose, Wim Hof, Kevin Davies, Gerald O’Donnel, James Gilliland, Simon Parks, and others.