Fruitarian Diet Dangers – Why We Don’t Promote Fruitarianism

A fruitarian diet is a diet that consists of only fruit and for the last 7 plus years we have been including literally tons of fruit in our own diet.

But why don’t we eat or promote a pure fruitarian plan?

Surely we believe that fruits are healthy for you, right? Yes, of course fruits are amazing for your health on so many levels, but there are a number of good reasons why we believe that including other plant foods in your diet other than just fruit is a very healthy thing to do.

Fruitarian plan dangers or potential health issues that you can experience by eating only fruit on a permanent basis are covered in this video.

We discuss some of the issues associated with a fruitarian diet which include:

  • Food cravings
  • Lack of satiation
  • Very low intake of a number of nutrients
  • And more…

Do you eat a fruitarian diet or perhaps you have done in the past? We would love to hear your comments and thoughts on this topic, so please leave them below!

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9 thoughts on “Fruitarian Diet Dangers – Why We Don’t Promote Fruitarianism

  •   Maurice Ottey  |   

    Love this!! Thank You. I am (currently) diabetic type 2 and instinctively I feel it is important (for me) to add some greens, not just non-sweet fruit greens. Leaf greens also! I would love to do all fruit only sweet and non-sweet, but my deepest feelings say, include the greens!!

  •   Ana-Maria Georgieva  |   

    Completely agree! I eat raw but because I am an athlete my percentage of protein and fats is slightly higher. All from eating lots of greens, peas and mushrooms. Check out some of my recipes here, if you want:

  •   Health Glows  |   

    I agree with you! By the way, you both look vital, happy, beautiful!

  •   Smitha Hemadri  | u recommend adding some greens with fruits in the morning breakfast ? i hsve heard that greens are not supposed to be had in the morning diet with fruits. i am having only sweet and subacidic fruits in the morning. i love papaya and lettuce combo. is it fine ?

  •   koalamama2  |   

    Zinc is the trickiest. Squash, pumpkin and sesame seeds are the best sources, but they’re high in phytic acid and need to be treated first (soak, sprout, ferment). I never used to eat nuts or seeds and felt great at first, but now I’m on a zinc supplement, and incorporating many different seeds into my salads.

  •   Constance Lovejoy  |   

    Smitha Hemadri people make green smoothies in the morning all the time without any issues. The greens make the smoothie green?

  •   koalamama2  |   

    Collard greens have the most calcium and are perfect in smoothies. They give me a huge boost of energy and it lasts for 4 hours, compared to an all-fruit smoothie giving me 40 minutes or so.

  •   Carol Krentzman  |   

    If you mix greens and fruit in the smoothie won’t it ferment and exacerbate my fungal issues?

  •   Titan Tru Keto  |   

    You made some good points there. I did a search
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