I don't think my eyes have changed colour but instead the undertone shine through more. I always had multicoloured eyes, seriously they are brown, green, blue, amber and grey! It's my eyes that have become my fixed beauty point - Infact I used to have strangers mention them, especially since I have large wide eyes too.
Now they are more two tone amber,grey and green, I'm still very proud of their colour but I'm not longer multicoloured girl.
I had very dark blueish toned but darkish gray eyes when I was around one month old +- but now have brown with just a tad of gold. Would anyone think it's possible to get some of my original color back through going on a raw diet?
I'd say its worth a shot Jtern. I had crystal blue eyes when I was younger and always wanted that color back too. I kept my blue eyes but since being raw the color is much more brighter and in pictures you can see my bright blue. I used to wear fake blue contacts just to get that look! now I have it naturally. Change in eye color was one of the first benefits I noticed since going Raw.
Hate to break it to you but If you are of african decent it is very very unlikely that your eyecolour will become green/blue or even a lighter shade of brown. A healthy diet/cleanse will make your eyes healthier, sharper, and there may other changes such as in the white of your eyes. The black baby with blue eyes that can be seen on the internet most likely has some european genetics in him, an offshoot from way back. Interestingly there are some north african peoples who may have light coloured eyes and even "red" hair (the berbers I think). This is fascinating and these people are apparently a mix of african european and probly some arab. Anyway enjoy the health benefits of good food but dont hold youre breath for eye colour change. People with green/hazel eyes report eye colour change the most often.
I eat lfrv most of the time, but still have crap foods such as Taco Bell and other junk in my diet. When I can manage to go 30+ days 100% I might try to document any colour change, but considering I don't eat mostly SAD, I don't think it would make much of a difference. I have brown/hazel eyes and would like them to go more on the green side, I'm pretty sure I remember my eye color used to alternate when I was younger, though based on things I've read, that doesn't seem likely.
Eat as much fresh, ripe sweet fruit (e.g. bananas, mangoes, peaches, strawberries, grapes, oranges, etc.) as you care for, eat a moderate amount of greens (e.g. romaine, bib lettuce, etc.) and non-sweet fruits (e.g. tomatoes, cucumber, etc.), and limit your fat intake to no more than 10%.
That said, I definitely would not count on your eyes changing color from going raw.