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fruitarian

(froo-tar'e-an)
Someone who eliminates all foods from the diet except fruits, vegetable oils, nuts, and honey. See: vegan
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Iona is one of a growing army of fruitarians, who shun all cooked foods.
The number of fruitarians is steadily increasing, says Susie Miller, who runs The Fresh Network, a support group for people who follow `raw food' diets, which can include vegetables - not cooked, of course.
com tells us: "Eating fruit alone, the fruitarian becomes more attractive and beautiful, with better hair, skin, nails, smell and taste in the body.
By eating only raw fruit, the fruitarian will not be contaminated by the poisons of the flesh from dead animals.
Some fruitarians only eat the fruit of a plant so that the plant does not have to be killed.
NUTRITIONISTS were appalled by the baby's diet, but Veronika, like most fruitarians, feels that the couple did nothing wrong.
The extreme beliefs of fruitarians got the spotlight last week following the court case of Garabet and Hasmik Manuelyan, whose 10-month- old baby Areni died after they fed her only breast milk, fruit, vegetables and nuts.
Fruitarians, despite the name, eat vegetables, too.
The book established the fact that humans are essentially fruitarians.
So, having tried a calorie-restricted diet, the more enjoyablelooking paleo diet (lots of meat and some salad and nuts) and then dined with some fruitarians (er, just fruit), what did old Bernando LaPallo tell him?
SARA Stanner, Nutrition Scientist for the British Nutrition Foundation, says a fruitarian and raw food diet is not recommended for young children because they need a variety of different foods as they grow.
With a fruitarian and raw vegetable diet at least two of those groups are going to be completely missing.