fruitarian


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fruit·ar·i·an

 (fro͞o-târ′ē-ən)
n.
One whose diet includes raw fruits, seeds, and nuts but no vegetables, grains, or animal products.

[Blend of fruit and (veget)arian.]

fruitarian

(fruːˈtɛərɪən)
n
a person who eats only fruit
adj
of or relating to a fruitarian: a fruitarian diet.
fruiˈtarianˌism n
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In the morning I shared the dog with Lop-Ear and his wife, and for several days the three of us were neither vegetarians nor fruitarians.
There is insufficient protein in a fruitarian diet, and "good fats" are rarely found, except in avocadoes.
Passengers on Aeroflot flights can choose from 17 special menus, with a number of vegetarian options including vegan (no animal products, including milk or eggas), Asian vegetarian (no meat or fish and limited use of dairy products) and fruitarian.
WASHINGTON, July 21 (KUNA) -- A Kuwaiti official called for further international action on part of global audit organizations to bring into fruitarian the UN 2030 development goals.
Among those she meets are expectant mothers who followed strict fruitarian diets, a businesswoman who plans to gain the"post-birth glow" said to have been achieved by the Duchess of Cambridge after the arrival of her two children, and two mums-to-be who are seeking spiritualist ocean births in Hawaii in the presence of wild dolphins, having already made use of crystals to predict their due dates.
To prepare for his role, Ashton Kutcher followed a fruitarian diet, similar to Steve Jobs' reported diet.
Kutcher said: "First of all the fruitarian diet can lead to, like, severe issues.
But while preparing to film scenes for 'Jobs,' which premiered at Sundance Friday, the strict fruitarian regimen landed Kutcher in the hospital with serious pancreas problems, the New York Daily News reported.
He said that in exchange I had to read his fruitarian diet book," Scott says, "and consider it as a way to lose weight.
In 1999 another variant of Sunsilk, Fruitarian entered the market.
Unsurprisingly, he admitted that his gums had been weakened by the fruitarian diet he followed for five years in South Africa and he would have dysentery on those rare occasions when Kasturba, worried about his frail health, spoilt him with the fried farsaan every Gujarati loved to eat.
So imagine finding a fruitarian at your dinner table.