The human race has evolved as an omnivore. Despite your wishes and feelings, you will not be healthy over time, as a fruititarian. For one thing, fruit does not contain omega 3 or 6. Omega 3 fats (found in cold water fish, flaxseeds, walnuts, wheatgerm, etc.) raise your metabolism, help your kidneys flush water, and lower your triglyceride levels. Omega 6 fats (found in unheated/unprocessed sunflower, safflower oils) is essential for prostaglandin production. Protein is essential for tissue/muscle construction and maintenance.
Originally Posted by qteepie2005
When i feel like crap sometimes i will just eat a orange or something and feel like i can run a marathon.
You feel this way because of the sugar boost. Sure, it's a natural sugar, but it does result in a sugar "high" nonetheless.
Rather than adopt an extreme eating regimen that will result in unnecessary stress, why not eat every 2-3 hours, stick to fresh, whole vegetables and low glycemic fruit, lean protein and whole grains? Skip sugar, processed foods, whites (flour, pasta, bread, rice, etc.)
In short, eating a healthy omnivorous diet will keep you healthy and in conjuction with exercise, also keep you in peak condition. JMHO!
203/146/146 on the Fat Flush Plan for life and perky to the max!