SHOCKING: read how woman survives 27 years of eating just fruits. - SyCtRenDs



Thursday, October 25, 2018

SHOCKING: read how woman survives 27 years of eating just fruits.

For the past 27 years a mother of two kids, explains she has never eaten any other food aside from fruits,  as she never gets hungry and trained up her kids in same way. 

The 52 year old Anne Osborne,  of Glass House Mountains, Queensland, Australia,  stood her ground, that her regime isn't boring and does notthinks nothing of taking her own food to restaurants, she has a portion of melon for starter, and desert, to match  her friends’ three course meals.

She has also raised her sons Camlo age 27, and Cappi 14, on just fruit and claims they have a balanced diet.

Anne, who is originally from Leicester, explains in her words she said:

 “What could be better than gorgeous fruit? I feel healthy and energetic on this diet. I love being a fruitarian.

People ask, ‘Don’t you get sick of all that fruit?’ but there’s just so much fruit on offer, I never could. If I have some gorgeous fruit, I can’t think of anything I’d like better.”

On a typical day, the 52 year old feeds on a mango or half a melon for breakfast (around 150-200 calories), before snacking on four bananas mid-morning (400 cals), lunching on an avocado (400 cals) and two mangos for dinner (300 cals).

A vegan until 1991, Anne, whose railway worker partner James Louk, 52, enjoys fruit but eats other food too, 

“health and well-being.

I believe we are all frugivores – animals that thrive mostly on raw fruit, succulent fruit-like vegetables, roots, shoots, nuts and seeds – and it makes total sense to me to only eat fruit,

It’s what my body craves. When you first transfer over to a fruit diet you don’t feel full in the same way as you do when eating regular food, but it has to be sustainable and now I don’t feel the hunger.”

she said and  tried an all-fruit diet for her, and having her eldest son, since then she has never looked back

She provides fruit-only snacks at parties, she also works remotely for The Woodstock Fruit Festival, based in New York, USA, spends around £110 ($200AUD) a week on her fruit supply.

While she accepted that some people would feel strong hunger pangs by mid-morning following a diet like hers, Anne claims eating good quality fruit means this does not happen in her case.

“You have to get your macro-nutrients – carbohydrates, proteins and fats – and micro-nutrients – vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants – and you get these through good quality fruit,If you want to follow a fruit-only diet, it has to be good stuff, be that organic, or foraged and grown in good quality soil.” Anne said

Anne insists eating good quality fruit means she never goes hungry

To wash down the fruit Anne, who doesn't drink alcohol, only sups juiced oranges or still water, saving sparkling water for special occasions like a birthday or Christmas toast.

Even when those around her are tucking into slap-up meat and veg meals, she claims never to feel self-conscious nibbling on fruit.

She said: “I have never found social situations to be an issue. If I’m going to a restaurant, I will either order ahead and make sure I have a fruit platter, or I’ll take my own fruit and ask them to bring it out on a plate when everyone else is eating.”

She does not even relent when those around her are tucking into a festive roast at Christmas.

"I have eight dates and half a melon on Christmas Day," she revealed.

Former vegan Anne says she never gets bored of eating 'gorgeous fruit'

“It’s not a traditional festive dinner, but at least it means I don’t feel like sleeping for two hours afterwards. While most people love a roast dinner, I am just not attracted to it and never feel envious of their meals. Eating fruit, I feel good afterwards, energetic and healthy.”

After she finished breastfeeding her sons, who are both from previous relationships, Anne also brought them up as fruitarians.

“They would have nuts for the nutrients they needed, but apart from that, it was all fruit,” she said.

“All kids like fruit, especially if it’s good quality fruit and nice and ripe. We’ve had fruitarian birthday parties, which parents love as the kids aren’t hyper from all the usual sweets they get at these occasions, when they get home.”

A fruit-only Christmas pudding, baked by Anne

For her children’s parties, Anne would make watermelon "cakes" – piling up scooped out pieces of the fruit into a stack – as well as offering kiwi fruits and oranges instead of sweets.

Adamant that her boys’ diet was balanced, she continued: “I took Camlo to a nutritionist who said his iron levels were perfectly normal, and there was no iron deficiency anaemia (IDA).

“The boys never had any interest in sweets growing up but, at the age of 14, they both decided to move on and eat more than fruit.

Anne is adamant her boys had a healthy diet growing up

"Camlo, who serves in the Australian Army, now eats meat, while Cappi is a vegan, which is fine by me, as that’s their choice.”

A slim size eight, Anne insists she does not follow her fruitarian diet as a way to lose weight.

“Getting the NHS-recommended 2,000 calories a day on a fruit diet isn’t that hard,” she said.

“An avocado is 400 calories, so eating two of those means you are already on 800 calories and bananas have 100 calories each. I’ve never followed this diet to lose weight. It makes me feel good, and that’s the most important thing.”

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