February 15

How Much Fruit To Eat On A Raw Vegan Diet?

In this video, I talk about how much fruit you need to be eating on a fruit-based raw vegan diet, or the 80/10/10 diet.

I show you an example of one of mine and Paul’s meals (mangoes and mangosteens) and make recommendations for your meals.

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62 Responses to How Much Fruit To Eat On A Raw Vegan Diet?

  1. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Just multiply your body weight (in pounds) x 10. This will give you your ‘BMR’ which is very roughly how many calories your body uses while at rest during a day – plus or minus 10%. Then simply add any physcal activities that you do (look on line) such as yoga/pilates etc, and then add the ‘calories used’ for the activities and this will give you your approximate overall calorie requirement. Of course you can play with it a bit so as you make sure you always feel satiated and not under-carbed!

  2. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Hi there, Yes there are a good few mosquitoes here and yes we do get bitten by them even on a raw vegan diet. In fact perhaps we get bitten more because we taste much better now? lol!!

  3. radiantchristina says:

    thank you!

  4. Raw Roxy says:

    could you do a respond video to kostayoga’s 80/10/10 challenges: I want YOUR advice this time! video please?!

  5. Yutezu says:

    People! Forget about calories, instead listen to your body! Eat when you’re hungry and eat til you’re satisfied. Calorie forcing is helping no one. 🙂

  6. Sahandra Rivera says:

    You do not need to be counting calories if you are eating the right things! You could eat 100 broccoli each day and reach your caloric limit VS eating cereal and reaching your caloric limit! QUALITY vs quantity!

  7. Flo Bartholomew says:

    Do u workout ? And if u do what u do for workout … Thank u 🙂

  8. 1hopefulman says:

    I guess raw fooders are much sweeter because they eat a lot of fruit and so they smell better and taste better. lol

  9. naturallogicskincare says:

    I love the idea of eating only fruit, but I can’t wrap my head around how much food is consumed by one person. This diet doesn’t seem kind to the earth and certainly not possible for every single person to eat – we would have more food shortages all over the world than we do now. Seems like adding in even just a little bit of fats and protein, with still high raw fruits & veg is a much more sustainable diet and loving to those around us through sharing the excess food.

  10. Rawsomehealthy says:

    I don’t think short-changing ourselves when it comes to a truly healthy diet (that ideally matches human physiology) is a good thing and believe it is inextricably linked to the lowering of human consciousness, which has gone on for so long. Instead of living in fear of everything we need to re-program ourselves and believe in what we can do together as human beings and make the planet a better place for everyone and everything.

  11. WOGI5M says:

    where do you get your proteins from?

  12. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Fruits & greens give you plenty of protein if you eat enough.

  13. mam somal says:

    Hi, really enjoying your videos. Just out of curiosity, do you generally consume bananas virtually everyday?
    Keep up the good work and hope to hear from you soon.

  14. Rawsomehealthy says:

    In general yes.

  15. Stefan Müller says:

    I’m allways kind of shocked when I see what amounts of fruit should be eaten. Those mangos in one day for you? ISn’t it easier to start with less amounts in a transition phase and increase it linear over let’s say three months? Most people have to much fat when they start raw eating, they want to loose it and it delivers energy when fruit isn’t enough in the beginning.

  16. Stefan Müller says:

    Not to mention mention digestion problems and weight gain when a meat eater with full digestive organs and 20kg too much fat starts with 3000 or more calories from fruits immediately.

  17. Rawsomehealthy says:

    A meat diet is much more calorifically dense than a raw food diet based on fruit. This is why you need to eat more to get the same amount of calories. If you eat less amounts during the transition phase then you will crave your old foods and feel ‘under powered’, this is never a good idea.

  18. h00dini says:

    i was waiting for you to stand up

  19. RosineTheSoulHealer says:

    I’m not able (yet) to eat enough fruit. :'( It makes me feel nauseated very quickly, I’m like, beeeuuuarghhh…. and I have to stop eating or else I’d vomit. I don’t know why that is. Bananas I can eat up to 5 or so in one meal but other fruit is really difficult, especially water rich fruit like pears. Even mangoes are difficult, more than 1 or max 2 at once is not possible. Do you know why that is, by any chance? (I don’t eat overt fats, gluten or animal products)

  20. Rawsomehealthy says:

    I dont know how long you have been transitioning to a raw diet but here is a list of points that can help:
    1. Make sure you drink plenty of water so your urine clear
    2. Only eat properly ripe fruits
    3. Try eating green smoothies (bananas/dates) and leave alone sub/acid & acid fruits for a while
    4. Do mono mealing
    5. Make sure you do get exercise so you build up a true hunger before you eat
    6. No drinking during or straight after a meal
    7. Eat your smoothie and dont just drink it-mix with saliva.

  21. RosineTheSoulHealer says:

    Thank you so much for the tips! 🙂 I really appreciate. <3

  22. 88electricmoo says:

    Can you eat 801010 while pregnant??

  23. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Yes you can. You are best getting in touch with Dr Doug Graham who is the author of 80/10/10 and who has a daughter raise on a low fat raw vegan diet. You can contact him and ask questions via his page on the website vegsource dot kom forward slash talk forward slash raw

  24. Lynda L. says:

    Thank you for the great information, Yulia…do you only eat breakfast with lunch or dinner? About how much greens and vegetables do you eat during the week?

  25. Rawsomehealthy says:

    I eat 3 meals a day on average now due to all the activity that I do. Greens come to about 2% or just under on average.

  26. sarah high says:

    Nobody asked me, but here’s my 2 cents worth…That sounds good on paper, but what invariably will happen is instead of drawing on their fat reserves when the fruit calories are low, the person gets cravings and goes off the diet. So no weight loss happens.

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    All is working now!

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  31. shahilagh says:

    Are you serious? you eat all of those manogos? 🙂 that is cool! someone told me we should eat 3,4 fruits max a day! is this right?!

    • Rawsomehealthy says:

      You can eat as many mangos as you need to meet your nutritional/calorific needs, so there is no set amount you should or should not eat. Enjoy!

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  34. dkanDave says:

    Hi, really have found your vids 2 b very helpful as I transition to a vegan/raw food lifestyle. Unless I missed it from looking at your videos I’d like to suggest a video on how to know when fruit is ripe and how to store it. Thanks keep well and say Hi to Paul.

  35. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Hi dkanDave, thanks for the request, we will put it on our list of videos to do! All the best with your transition as well, its so worth it! Best wishes and hi from me (Paul)!

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  39. mam somal says:

    Hi. Thanks for your amazing videos and emails. I still haven’t bought your book yet. I’ll get it tomorrow. Tomorrow comes and it’s still I’ll get it tomorrow. Tomorrow becomes a monster.I’m not too sure if I’ve seen a video on what you spend on this lifestyle. Could you give us an estimate on what you spend a week on this diet.Thanks again for your inspiring videos. Best wishes to you both.

  40. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Hi there,When we were back in the UK we were spending around 200 pounds a week on food. Obviously it does depend a lot on where you are based amongst other factors. For example I know people in the UK who could get much cheaper bananas than we could get.Thanks for your kind words! P & Y

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  42. mam somal says:

    Thank you for the reply. It’s exactly what I was looking for. I’m living in Dublin, and my weekly supply of raw food would add up to around 120 euro, give or take a few. Thanks again and take care.

  43. Мария Филатова says:

    Привет, Юлия! Ты из России????

  44. Rawsomehealthy says:

    Maria, yes, I am Russian, originally from Moscow.

  45. Мария Филатова says:

    Тогда привет тебе из Москвы!!!! ))))))))

  46. makemorelove69 says:

    Wow, that sounds like a great meal you have there, and I wish I could do the same, but where I live, that would cost me about 20 dollar per day, for one person, and we are 5 in the family… I would have to work as an MD or something to afford this, in Asia yes, in Sweden, no way! 🙁 i wish someone would create a food plan for all of us who don’t live in the tropics. (Love your videos though!!

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    hi. Can you tell me the name of the song you put on the intro? I love the bass sounds on it.. I also love your videos. Thanks

  51. Melo Last says:

    It’s not that realistic to eat all that fruit if u live in that states. Who has access to all that fruit in an abundance??? If U live in Jamaica, Costa Rica, yes, u will have access to fruit in abundance.

  52. Melo Last says:

    Those fruits you have on the video are very exotic. My local BJs or Costcos only have apples and others. I only eat organic so that’s the only thing i find in wholesale. You love in Thailand so it’s going to be easier access to fruits that’s all I’m saying

  53. Melo Last says:

    You live. Sorry for typo.

  54. interspool says:

    Yulia, I am 2 months into the rawtill4 diet and I still find it difficult to get all my calories in every day. I eat over 3k (measured by digital scale and cronometer — ABSOLUTE MUST!!!) and lift weights 4 days a week. My lunch of 9-10 bananas takes me over an hour to sip down. I feel great when my belly isn’t about to pop, but I must admit it’s uncomfortable. How long did it take for you and your husband to be able to adjust to eating 1000+ calorie meals in one sitting of fruit?

  55. kaela whittingham says:

    You are so lucky that you can eat that many good quality mangos in a day
    without going broke.

  56. minerva bascara says:

    Do you snack on fruits or veggies in between meals?

  57. Tangkwa Junsuta says:

    Only two meals? That’s great used to think had to spend all the time
    eating. How many mangoes was in the 3kg

  58. Planet Vanessa says:

    Must be so expensive

  59. Vegan Nurse Practitioner says:

    What part of those manostens do you eat? Do you scrape the skins of the
    flesh? The white things look like seeds, can you eat them?

  60. Csh Johny says:

    can i eat before i go to sleep if i am hungry.? but i dont want to get fat.
    i want to lose my weight. i am eat 1800~2000(85% fruit)calories in a day
    and i workout(riding or walk) for 1hour! i am korean.. so i can understand
    your video just little. sad..! i want to be fruitrian. i need your help. 🙂

  61. cruciferousvegetable says:

    The real challenge is that those two dinners which together represent
    pretty much what one would eat in a day would cost me at least a total of
    $40 minimum if I was creative about obtaining the food by the case from the
    asian mkt. That is $1200/month.

    I would have to live on bananas, and I really am not the biggest fan of
    them. I could live on mangos, mangosteen, watermelon, papaya and durian,
    but I simply will not pay $1200/mo for food until my student loans are paid
    off or until I make over $100k/yr.

    I think for non-six-figure-incomed individuals barley, beans, steamed
    veggies and some fruit is going to have to work.

    Now I might start working on saving to acquire a small fruit orchard in
    costa rica or something to make this lifestyle happen.