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Home > Press Room Fruitarian Diet Review Referenced by Purdue University's The Chronicle

Published November 9, 2009

In a November 2009 article published The Chronicle at Purdue University - Calumet, an independent student publication, discussing the many different types of vegetarian diets out there, was referenced as a source for the fruitarian diet.

The article by LeAnne Munoz explores the differences between vegans, flexitarians, pescetarians and others, like the fruitarian diet

From the article: Fruitarian - According to, 75 percent of this diet is made up of the consumption of raw fruits. The fruitarian diet means that the person can only eat fruits, nuts, seeds and any other item that comes from a plant, as long as the plant itself is not harmed in the gathering process.

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