Iris Mak, a 41-year-old raw vegan marathon runner, shows how she fuels up for races at Greenwoods Raw Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Jonathan Wong

How a Hong Kong raw vegan marathon runner prepares for a race, and why she began winning after giving up meat, eggs and dairy

Iris Mak, who eats a 90 per cent raw, 10 per cent cooked vegan diet, won a silver award at the Hong Kong 100km this year for finishing under 20 hours. Here she shares why she transitioned to her new diet and how she fuels up for a race

Topic |   Outdoor & Extreme: Trail Running

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Iris Mak, a 41-year-old raw vegan marathon runner, shows how she fuels up for races at Greenwoods Raw Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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