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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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In line with the OED, nutarian [1909] 'a vegetarian whose diet is based on nut products', breatharian [1979] 'a person who consumes no nutrients other than those absorbed from the air', and fruitarian [1893] 'one who lives on fruit' are obtained from the "suffix" -arian, like vegetarian.
Kutcher said: "First of all the fruitarian diet can lead to, like, severe issues.
The actor even adopted the entrepreneur's "fruitarian diet," which he said "can lead to some serious 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.
"He said that in exchange I had to read his fruitarian diet book," Scott says, "and consider it as a way to lose weight." Scott stayed fat and Jobs "made only minor modifications to his hygiene," maintaining that bathing was unnecessary for fruitarians.
In 1999 another variant of Sunsilk, Fruitarian entered the market.
Unsurprisingly, he admitted that his gums had been weakened by the fruitarian diet he followed for five years in South Africa and he would have dysentery on those rare occasions when Kasturba, worried about his frail health, spoilt him with the fried farsaan every Gujarati loved to eat.
So imagine finding a fruitarian at your dinner table.
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.
Being of the Boomer Generation, we immersed ourselves in yoga in our early twenties, were vegetarians for 18 years (yes, we did eat dairy products; few in our generation aspired to be vegan, except for the occasional fruitarian), backpacked heartily (in Judyth's case, not Bob's, unless she dragged him along), and considered our lives to be super-healthy.
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.