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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The fruitarian diet can lead to like severe issues," Kutcher told USA Today.
com tells us: "Eating fruit alone, the fruitarian becomes more attractive and beautiful, with better hair, skin, nails, smell and taste in the body.
Raised by fruitarian (pursuing a vegan diet comprising ripe fruits of plants and trees) parents who chose to ride out the Great Depression in Tahiti, Szekely was primed for a path-finding life in the health and fitness world.
Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit is certainly about appetite, but not the fictional diet of your average fruitarian.
Joe found when he became a fruitarian, eating nothing but fresh fruit, his pain went away.
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.
No, no--gave it up ages ago,' her eyes growing bigger she wonders if she should tell him she's not a fruitarian.
To a lesser extent, there are the fruitarian and raw food vegetarian diets.
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.
If you are an eager fruitarian and live on oranges and apples, don't be surprised if you find yourself turning a light shade of yellow or orange.
The couple, who have two other children, were vegans but became convinced in 1996 that a fruitarian diet, consisting of raw fruit, their juices and nuts, was the healthiest option for their family.
Sorry, but I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain just to become a fruitarian.