What if I occasionally ate bananas? Also would occasionally make guacamole with onion, peppers, and salt. Would that cover most of what I need? I also hate, hate, hate taking supplements because I'm unsure of quality and don't wish to pay the... (more)
All this recent hub-bub about low fat raw vegan and fruitarinism got me thinking ... what if you mashed paleo together with fruitarianism? What I mean is can you cycle the two ways of eating for max benefit? For example. meat day, fruit day, meat... (more)
Hey all Here is a more comprhensive verision of a question i asked a few days ago. I just got my most recent Cholesterol tests and I am concerned. October 2014 (18 months paleo): Total: 350 HDL: 91 LDL: 258 TRI: 80 Here are my past... (more)
I am kind of ticked off by this actually. I was just watching this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgEE5DJ1vgA&feature=relmfu and at 0:30 and 3:52 I saw something that made my jaw drop. It shocked me because, I was raw vegan(not... (more)
I have always tended to vegetarianism since I was a young girl, and have been strongly drawn towards fruitarianism and raw food diets. At other times, I like to eat good meat, and will eat quite a bit of it for awhile, but then feel the need or... (more)
if you're open to fish, i'd do other sea creatures as well. oysters are great and they're sustainable. what about bone broths? i find them satiating and nutritious. sea vegetables like kelp might also be a good addition.
Does anybody here vastly differ their macronutrient ratios roughly in conjunction with seasonal availability - that is, gorge on fruit as a staple during the summer, and then switch over to savory, fatty, protein-filled meals in the winter? Do... (more)
He was once eating paleo but since has gone to raw vegan and eating mostly fruits. And he is liking it. One reason I have been watching with curiosity is because my impression is that he is not dogmatic about any one dietary belief system but... (more)
Not only do they not get a lot of omega 6, they also have a great omega 3/6 balance. so, do raw fruit 80/10/10 dieters not get diabetes because of the low fat (specifically omega 6)?
My father and I, are interested in eating just raw fruit and greens for a week, in the summer here when stone fruit, berries, bananas, figs are in season. Just for kicks/for the sake of it. Usually we eat meat, veg, fruit, cooconut and olive oil,... (more)
Out of pure curiosity, suppose you're an avid long distance runner of average weight and you're able to consume 5500 calories a day from fruit alone, with some greens. Cronometer tells me you would meet almost all nutritional targets, except b12... (more)
It's getting pretty heated over there between the paleo/ancestors and the fruitarian types: http://www.giveittomeraw.com/profiles/blogs/fructose-myths-debunked?xg_source=activity&id=1407416%3ABlogPost%3A1397165&page=4#comments This is... (more)
I've got an amazing opportunity to live and work in India while practicing Ashtanga yoga, but my job is cooking vegan and vegetarian food for the guests at a very nice yoga retreat. I've done this job before and I know what it available to me, and... (more)
So, just wondering what people think about the 30 Bananas a Day stuff, or the ex-paleo Grok who've all gone straight fruit-only diets. It's actually quite interesting. I have lots of issues with it, but there are also tons of benefits. Mainly,... (more)
Hey I am curious what you all think of the possibility of Steve Jobs' high-fruit diet contributing to his pancreatic cancer? What's interesting is people like Anne Osborne, Don Bennett, and possibly Michael Arnstein (though not as long) have... (more)