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Which fruits are best for a fruitarian's diet

 
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Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 11:26 pm    Post subject: Which fruits are best for a fruitarian's diet

In Australia there is acess to the following fruit trees, - but can you rearrange the list into priority order (approximately) to show which fruits would probably be the most needed to make fruitarianism easy? Fruits
001 Citrus Orange, Grapefruit, lemon, lime,
fruits mandarin shaddock (pomelo)
(tangerine)
002 Pome fruits Apple, pear Crab-apple, loquat
(Japanese medlar), medlar,
nashi pear, quince
003 Stone fruits Apricot, Sloe
cherry,
nectarine,
plum, peach
004 Berries and Grape, Blueberry, bearberry,
other small strawberry bilberry, blackberry,
fruits boysenberry, cloudberry,
cowberry, cranberry,
blackcurrant, red currant,
white currant, dewberry
(olallie berry),
elderberry, gooseberry,
huckleberry, juneberry,
loganberry, mulberry, rose
hip
005 Assorted None Ambarella, arbutus berry,
tropical specified Barbados cherry, bilimbi,
and carambola, caranda, carob,
sub-tropical cashew apple, black Chinese
fruits -- olive, white Chinese olive,
edible peel coco plum, date, desert
date, fig, grumichama, hog
plum, jaboticaba, Chinese
jujube, Indian jujube,
kumquat, Natal plum, olive,
Otaheite gooseberry,
Japanese persimmon,
pomerac, rose apple, sea
grape, Surinam cherry, tree
tomato
006 Assorted Avocado, Akee apple, breadfruit,
tropical banana, canistel, cherimoya,
and mango, custard apple, doum palm
sub-tropical pineapple (dum palm), durian,
fruits -- elephant apple, feijoa,
inedible guava, ilama, jackfruit,
peel jambolan, Java apple,
kiwifruit, longan, litchi,
mammey apple, mangosteen,
marmaladebox, yellow
mombin, naranjilla, papaya,
passionfruit, American
persimmon, Japanese
persimmon, plantain,
pomegranate, prickly pear,
pulasan, rambutan,
sapodilla, black sapote,
green sapote, mammey
sapote, white sapote,
sentul, soursop, Spanish
lime, star apple, sugar
apple, tamarind, tonka bean ( and also this list although some fruit names may overlap:
ACAI PALM, ACKEE ARIL, AFRICAN OIL PALM, AUSTRALIAN BOAB PULP , BOROJO FRUIT , CAMU CAMU, CHINESE OLIVE, CORBARIL, CUPUACU. AFRICAN EBENTREE, JESSENIA, NONI FRUIT, PAW PAW (Asimina triloba), PARKIA BIGLOBOSA, SAW PALMETTO BERRY, RED DURIAN, ROLLINA, RUSSIAN OLIVE, SCHIZANDRA BERRY, SEABUCKTHON FRUIT, SONCOYA, SWEET TAMARIND, VELVET TAMARIND, TRICHILLIA EMETICA ARIL, WOLFBERRY, iNDIAN WOOD-APPLE (Feronia limonia) .
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Posted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 8:05 pm    Post subject: Red Fruits First

Hi! In my experience from reading nutrition and dietary articles, most say that the darker the fruit the better. Fruits such as cherries, pomegranates, purple grapes, and such are rich in nutrients and antioxidants wich help fight again free radicals in your body!
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2007 11:57 pm    Post subject:
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What exactly is a fruitaraian and why are you a fruitatarian?

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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 9:13 pm    Post subject:
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.Eat mango's.
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coconutinc
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Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:48 pm    Post subject:

`bananas!

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 5:19 pm    Post subject:
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Calorie dense fruits to sustain your energy...bananas, dates, mangoes and orange citrus!

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Posted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:35 am    Post subject:

`I've been on a 100% raw, mainly fruitarian diet for a number of years (around 6 year-round, seasonally before that). I also have a background in nutrition & have been experimenting with things throughout my near-lifetime of veganism (over two decades). I have lived on both coasts of the USA (NYC & SoCal) as well as in the UK for quite some time.

What I've found works best, nomatter where I happen to be staying at any given time, is eating seasonally, organically & as locally as possible. These are my very basic, general rules of thumb for maintaining a fruitarian diet.

Other factors you may wish to consider are activity levels vs. energy intake. I would not suggest eating anything overly hybridised (bananas, anything non-seedbearing) en masse (if at all).

I do medium sweet to non-sweet fruits most regularly. Persimmons, coconut, apples, tomatoes; avocados are also wonderful (especially the Fuerte & Reed varieties).

Hope I've been able to share something helpful, and best of luck on your journey! =)

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