I Ate Only Fruit For 5 Days, and Here’s What Happened

Can a human survive by consuming only fruits? What would happen to your mood and wellness? No processed food, no vegetables, no meat. Exclusively fruit.

A diet that consists entirely of fruit is called fruitarianism. If you follow this diet, you can eat sweet fruit and fruit with seeds (cucumbers, olives, tomatoes, avocados, and so on). Some people also say that you can allow yourself some seeds and nuts every now and then. But after choosing this way of life, you’ll have to say no to cooked food and grains and avoid animal products. Naturally, you’ll have to say no to all those delicious things like pizza, cakes, and French fries. How does that sound? Are you ready to give such a diet a try?

What fruitarianism is 0:39
Day 1 1:26
Day 2 2:01
Day 3 2:30
Day 4 3:11
Day 5 3:34
What my conclusion is 4:16
What dietitians say 4:35
Positive sides of fruitarianism 5:27
What are the drawbacks of the fruit diet? 6:35

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– On the first day, I felt surprisingly full! At the same time, I had to visit the bathroom a few too many times. It seemed to me that all these slippery fruits simply slid through my digestive system.
– However, on the second day, I didn’t feel so great anymore. My insides were still writhing, and I felt a bit bloated. I also started to feel pretty hungry, and I began to worry that I was possibly consuming too much sugar.
– On the third day, I wanted something more than my usual fruit. It could have been something really simple like a piece of bread or a small bowl of plain rice! To tell you the truth, I couldn’t fight this temptation and ate several canapés.
– On the fourth day, I felt hungry for something unhealthy (like a slice of pizza!). Besides, I had a big problem with bloating, and strange sounds kept coming from my stomach.
– On the fifth day, I went to bed early. I didn’t feel well at all. My stomach was still churning, I still visited the bathroom too often, and I had a constant nagging feeling of hunger.
– I came to the conclusion that fruitarianism isn’t for me. However, I have heard about people who follow this diet and feel great and healthy. This probably depends on some personal peculiarities.
– Dietitians recommend adopting a diet that consists entirely of fruit slowly and carefully. If you’ve decided that eating only fruit is your cup of tea, watch the transition closely so that you can stop it if you feel unwell.
– Some fruits, for example, apples and bananas, are great probiotics. They help improve your digestion by feeding useful gut bacteria.
– Fruits contain fiber, and the fermentation from this fiber results in the overall health of your gut — your body absorbs all the nutrients more effectively.
– If you eat only fruit, you’ll have lower cholesterol, fewer problems with your cardiovascular system, and healthy blood pressure.
– Fruits are packed with sugars. Even though they’re in their natural forms, these sugars lead to spikes in blood sugar levels. Such spikes have an influence on the production of insulin.
– You may feel constantly hungry because your body digests the carbohydrates in fruits too quickly. As a result, you have to eat bigger portions.
– Interestingly, despite consuming a lot of vitamin A and provitamin A carotenoids, due to the shortage of fats in your diet, your body can’t absorb them.

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