fruitarian


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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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By eating only raw fruit, the fruitarian will not be contaminated by the poisons of the flesh from dead animals.
Al-Mullah hoped that the idea would come into fruitarian soon, adding that the purposed marine force will be coordinating with other international fleets to combat terrorism and illegal operations.
To prepare for his role, Ashton Kutcher followed a fruitarian diet, similar to Steve Jobs' reported diet.
Kutcher said: "First of all the fruitarian diet can lead to, like, severe issues.
But while preparing to film scenes for 'Jobs,' which premiered at Sundance Friday, the strict fruitarian regimen landed Kutcher in the hospital with serious pancreas problems, the New York Daily News reported.
And apart from the obvious health benefits, one of the biggest advantages of a fruitarian lifestyle is that you don't have any washing up to do
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.
There seems to be some evidence to support the claim that these children were weaned on to poorly- planned fruitarian or macrobiotic regimes rather than vegan diets.
Anne calls herself a fruitarian and she is so convinced by her strict diet that she's even bringing up her eight-year-old son Camlo to eat fruit, supplemented only by nuts and, veryoccasionally, raw vegetables - even though nutritionists and health experts all advise against such a restricted diet.
The vegetarian animals, herbivores and fruitarians, have a more convoluted intestinal tract that employs slower transit time for digestion and evacuation.
Fruitarians are vegans who prefer to eat only the 'fruit' of plants.