Fruitarian For 22 Years, Anne Osborne, Talks About The Transitional Diet

In this highly inspirational and deep interview, we talk to Anne Osbourne who has been on a fruitarian, raw vegan diet for 22 years and lives in Australia.

Yulia discusses with Anne Osbourne the transitional diet, or a diet that assists people in making the switch from toxin-forming and disease building foods to detoxifying and health restoring foods.

This interview covers the following:

  • Why some people seem to struggle with the raw food vegan diet or fruitarian diet 
  • What is a transitional diet and how it can help you transition to a fruit-based, high-carbohydrate lifestyle
  • How to manage severe detoxification symptoms, should they occur
  • How your past and ancestral history can influence the way you eat
  • One reason why some people prefer not to eat a fully raw vegan diet
  • How the work of Essie Honibal and Arnold Ehret helped Anne Osbourne switch to a clean, fruitarian diet
  • The types of supplements that raw vegan or vegan foodists may need
  • Why Anne Osbourne discontinued adding cooked food to her diet and decided to step onto a fully raw, fruitarian vegan diet path
  • Why the model of "everyone needs to eat X amount of calories per day to succeed on this lifestyle" is inaccurate
  • The reason why some people seem to need more calories, whilst others can live on fewer calories from their raw vegan diet

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30 thoughts on “Fruitarian For 22 Years, Anne Osborne, Talks About The Transitional Diet

  •   BC GamerBros  |   
  •   ryan tuner  |   
  •   Luigi Mario  |   

    I’m still trying to get rid of bread 😛 Great interview, thanks for sharing 🙂

  •   GoingRawInTheSouth  |   

    Thanks so much for this video! Now I don’t feel so guilty for having to slow down the detox or elimination process from time to time. It can be quite overwhelming. God Bless!!

  •   katie  |   

    She is very wise and knows so much having done her diet for decades almost. It was lovely to meet her in person at Woodstock fruit fest, and I agree about the calorie assimilation. The people recommending the highest amount of calories had come from drug/alcohol abusive pasts. And I was following their recommendation s and gained a lot of weight, over 30 pounds. Incredibly uncomfortable sometimes. But when I now reduce my calories till I’m full, going from 2500-3000+ calories down to 1600-2200 cals I crave cooked foods and sometimes go and buy chocolate and rice and binge. Its horrible. So I know I must eat more fruit to avoid that, even when I feel full. Perhaps I need to eat more greens too.

  •   Coconut Girl Kalindi  |   

    This is very special. I love Anne Osborne, such words of wisdom. 🙂

  •   holy living  |   

    I liked she talked about mono avocados just not good for elimination. But what about bananas? I could eat mono bananas for a long time but I’m not sure if they eliminate as well as apples, oranges, melons etc….

  •   Jazzie Davis  |   

    What a great talk. It hit the spot for me because I can’t handle the detox headache which is horrid and I’m in transition. She made me feel better about it. Thank you for this audio!

  •   mkg013  |   

    Very helpful thank you 🙂

  •   PlantBasedBeauty  |   

    great video! Thanks for sharing

  •   Anna Sneddon  |   

    Thank you Anne & Yulia!!!

  •   Janis  |   

    Reallllllly good post. The emphasis on “do what’s best for you” (within the realm of healthy reality, of course), was very freeing. I’ve been working toward fully raw for almost two years now. Once in a while I end up craving cooked veggies, especially rapini, collards, and sweet potatoes. I’ll eat them for a day or so and then the craving passes for a couple of weeks. Now I just honor the need. Thanks again for sharing all your excellent information.

  •   Marina  |   

    Always great to hear Anne’s calm voice. Thank you for this interview!

  •   Hal337  |   

    i’ve been eating 100% fruitarian for 3 years and i’ve never felt better!i feel like super human. but i wouldn’t recommend it for everybody.not everyone has the willpower or strength to go through the fire and transcend the cravings, the fears, and obstacles and the social pressures.but everyone can benefit from raw veganism. raw vegan is everyone’s life extender!

  •   Anna E Thomas  |   

    when she discusses people having children etc and not having time for the elimination, is she referring to going to the toilet? should I expect lots of running to the toilet for the first few months?

  •   Галина Годип  |   

    a question about hair: is it improving n the raw diet or not?

  •   Solid Sneaker  |   

    What is your opinoin on Metal gear rising?

  •   Sunny Brainerd  |   

    Your so right Anne. In transitional diets high fat works better for some and for some cooked starches work. I myself did not feel well on cooked starches, so I had to go with the higher fat, all raw diet but working slowly on lowering the fat. I don’t need as much in the way of calories now then I did earlier on in my raw food journey. Thanks for this video, I needed this today.

  •   lamont cosey  |   
  •   Duda Correia  |   

    Teeeeeeeee Amooooooooo (DULCE MARIA)

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    Nice vid

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  •   Melanie Xu  |   

    very informative! thank you!!

  •   skinnydecaflatte  |   

    This was so helpful, I’m considering transitioning to raw vegan. Thank you.

  •   Pascale Demers  |   

    Very helpful video, thank you so much! : )

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    http://www.twitch.tv/ridgedd this dude is streaming warframe, really good
    stuff check it out!

  •   Ashlyn C.  |   

    LOL ” Weave freshly imported from Goodwill” too funny!

  •   ontheline  |   

    Check out Drs like Dr Joel Fuhrman and John Mcdougall, im wondering why no
    doctor has advocated a diet of 33% fruit, 33% vegetables and 33% starch….

  •   Mylinh Nguyen  |   

    What’s the name of the song!!

  •   The Gentle Vegan  |   

    Great video!! 🙂

  •   makojack9  |   

    Your so right Anne. In transitional diets high fat works better for some and for some cooked starches work. I myself did not feel well on cooked starches, https://www.twitch.tv/videos/269202217 so I had to go with the higher fat, all raw diet but working slowly on lowering the fat. I don’t need as much in the way of calories now then I did earlier on in my raw food journey. Thanks for this video, I needed this today

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