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    Honestly he probably was partying with Charlie Sheen and just couldn't hang

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    Reply from a fruitarian

    Hello Everyone,

    As a fruitarian myself, I would like to respond to this discussion if I may

    Transitioning from any lifestyle to a fruitarian way of eating does not happen over night. ALL the long term fruitarians report the same, it takes a couple of years, even up to 8 years to fix sometimes the damage that has been done from previous bad health habits.

    Just the fact that he did in actual fact land up with severe symptoms, is a response from his body to the fruit in terms of elimination. Fruit is known as a super cleansing agent which will not stop the elimination process once it has started. Fruit removes toxic substances from deep cell structures, repairs organs and cleanses, builds the blood.

    This all takes time! A month is probably only enough to clean out a long constipated gut, but the cell walls and mucus sitting like glue inside such a gut, can take very long to clear out, all depending on how much juicy fruits, is included and how much nuts, seeds, avos which are high in fat. The more fat, the slower the transition and cleansing process as fat sits around cell wall structures blocking good sugars and nutrients to pass inside and perform its tasks.

    Fruitarians have been in contact with the scientists and medical institutes world wide. Good long term examples:
    • Dr Johanna Brandt Author of the grape cure diet - cancer institutions world wide have great success
    • Essie Honniball, 15 years + fruitarian, studies published by WNNR in the medical journal of South-Africa showed only positive results and nothing bad.
    • Professor Arnold Ehret fruitarian long term
    • Dr Graham Fruit Eater long term
    • Anne Osborne, long term fruitarian.


    Well worth studying proper fruitarians, and what specialists really say. Best to take advice from people who do get good results and have made proper scientific public statements in medical journals instead of the next best actor who had a bad detoxing experience from all his own bad lifestyle habits he entertained before.

    Awesome videos:
    1 MILLION VIEWS IN 30 SECONDS - RawBrahs at Woodstock Fruit Festival - YouTube
    At the age of 86, the fruitarian pioneer, Essie Honiball talks about the benefits of a fruit diet. - YouTube
    ANNE OSBOURNE 20 YEARS ON FRUIT DIET - YouTube
    Short overview on what the fruitarian lifestyle means to me

    Fruitarians are the healthiest people alive.
    Google Michael Arnstein, The Fruitarian, world class super athlete, Harley Johnston - Durianrider cyclist.

    All the best, God bless.
    Julie Groenewald
    Fruitarian for Life reply to Ashton Kutcher's fruitarian experience.
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    oh my dear did you come to the wrong forum

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    Oh good gravy......

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    lol... so they have a form letter response to this and have hired people to troll the internet and insert it? Fruitarians rock!

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    Finally some actions here - fruitairian versus paleo - not much in common eh, what about an old fashioned DUEL to end the discussion once and for all:


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    Actually, I think that, for some people with some genetic backgrounds, a fruit-based diet might be do able, considering that they do avoid grains, legumes, and PUFAs, with the exception of nuts/seeds, though those are generally soaked/sprouted, which eliminates most phylates. There is also very, very little to none processed foods.

    However, that doesn't mean that everyone would/could thrive on it.

    Not everyone has a negative reaction to whole fruit sugars. I know that I cannot live on the fruitarian or 80/10/10 style of eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaeVynn View Post
    Actually, I think that, for some people with some genetic backgrounds, a fruit-based diet might be do able, considering that they do avoid grains, legumes, and PUFAs, with the exception of nuts/seeds, though those are generally soaked/sprouted, which eliminates most phylates. There is also very, very little to none processed foods.

    However, that doesn't mean that everyone would/could thrive on it.

    Not everyone has a negative reaction to whole fruit sugars. I know that I cannot live on the fruitarian or 80/10/10 style of eating.
    This.
    We have no idea about his medical history. Maybe he is somewhat IR. Not everyone with IR is fat.

    Or...to look like Steve Jobs he probably also had to lose weight, so he might have been calorie restricting as well and from what I understand most frutarian diets encourage high caloric intake.
    Plus, "pancreas levels" isn't exactly a very specific description of what was wrong. Probably that means insulin, but we can't be sure.

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    The long term fruitarian examples the fruit person gave all look like they have bad teeth. None of them were overweight though.

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    I think a raw paleo diet would be interesting. A La Denise Minger (is that her last name?). Anyway, problem is, I'm no fan of raw meat/fish/eggs.

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