What happens if you only eat fruit and nuts?
“You would miss out on essential fatty acids. One of the big ones is B12, and you can get anaemia if you don’t get enough. And deficiencies in calcium, protein and iron would lead to tiredness and lethargy. You would be prone to osteoporosis.
Can you live on fruit and nuts only?
The balance of nutrients and calorie intake will not provide optimal health benefits with such a limited diet. A dried fruit and nut diet does not contain enough vitamin C, a vitamin destroyed in the process of drying fruit, or any vitamin B12, only obtained from meat, eggs and dairy products.
What happens if you only eat fruit and vegetables and nuts?
There will be an insufficiency or imbalance of macronutrients, as fruits and vegetables do not contain fats and proteins which are essential for the body. The low calorie intake will gradually result in a significant drop in energy levels, making daily activities hard to carry out.