Friday, March 20, 2009

Day 95, 100% Raw Fruitarian

Friday, Day 95, 100% Raw Fruitarian. i was able to eat very well today. Interesting how the body adapts. Today, i ate about 1200 calories less than i was used to eating prior to this past week and i feel stuffed. That's because this week i was eating about 1000-1300 calories per day. That felt like a starvation diet. Today i was able to obtain two 20lb watermelons. Spring is definitely in the air. i like the mini ones, but i would much rather have the regular size watermelons. i look forward to having one of them for breakfast and lunch tomorrow. i notice that as the weather gets warmer, the place where our melons come from gets closer to us. For example, all winter i have been eating melons that have mostly come here to Virginia from Costa Rica and Guatemala. The large watermelons i purchased today (first time this year they were available here) came from mexico. In about a month or so, they will start coming from here in the southern united states and in the summer i will be able to get them from Virginia grown locally. i feel that this is the reason the quality of fruit gets better and the summer draws nigh. It doesn't have to travel as far.

Today's meals were:
3 bananas and one avocado (604 Calories)

Large non-sweet fruity salad with banana-tangerine sauce. two more bananas. (1009 Calories).

2 tangerines, one minneola orange, one navel orange. (227 calories)

Exercise: 20 minutes of isometrics.

Have a Wonderful Weekend!

Grace and Peace be multiplied.



  1. Dear Todd,

    every time I've gone
    100% fruitarinan
    I've been plauged with
    profound lethargy.
    Could you please offer some guidance?

    Thank you,
    Lama Jigme

  2. Hello Lama,

    Fruit is one of the most (if not the most) powerful cleansers there is on planet earth. Its first work upon entering the human system is to cleanse. The cleansing process will of course involve the digestive system and it will take energy. This is one of the reasons for the feelings of lethargy.

    Also, i have found that, because fruit has a high sugar content, the body has to adjust to it. The body indeed does eventually adjust to it, but in the meantime, one may feel a strong sense of energy followed by lethargy.

    In both of these situations, when given enough time, the fruit will cause a tremendous lightness and energy in the body. Most do not give it enough time, for various reasons. i hope this answered your question.

    Grace and Peace be multiplied unto you.