What happens if I eat only fruits?
Eating a diet made up mostly of fruit, however, can result in nutrient deficiencies and serious health problems. A fruit diet is low in protein, for example, and it can lead to spikes in blood sugar. For this reason, a fruitarian diet is not suitable for a person with diabetes.
What can you eat on a fruit diet?
People following this program eat a diet consisting primarily of raw fruits. Vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, and seeds can also be eaten in moderation. Other types of food, such as grains, legumes, and tubers, are severely limited or eliminated completely. Cooked food of any kind, including cooked fruit, is avoided.
What happens if I just eat fruit for a week?
The human body has an excellent ability to manage short term fluctuations in nutrient intake, and a week is likely way too short to run into any significant deficiencies. (I know people who’ve been on a fruit-only diet for years, and they seem quite healthy.)