- I propose to build fruit list with scale from 0 to 10 in term fruit ...human DNA adaptability....ideal human fruits according original DNA creation are: Tropical, ripened at their peak on plant,not-acid, sugary, 75% water content weight..... The only fruit I found that ranks 10.. is bananas , and banana family... a lot of banana varieties exist. If you are interested to start a list like that.. Let me know
- Get ready...the Tanglewood Fruit Festival will be happening from Apr...il 21 to April 28 right here at Tanglewood's beautiful campus featuring transformational talks, daily yoga classes, a trip to the spectacular Salto de Calvo waterfalls -- the highest in Central America -- and will provide an amazing opportunity to relax, regenerate, reconnect with nature, and to enjoy some of the most delicious tropical fruit you've ever eaten! Get ready...full information and registration coming very soon...
- Day 1 on my fruitarian bodybuilding challenge! Eating 100% fruits, e...xercising 2+ hours a day. Working to get lean and get mean on a fruit based diet :p
Current Macronutrients #fruitarian
Is High Fruit Raw Vegan Diet the Key to Vitality and Health? http://fruitarians.net/…/338-is-high-fruit-raw-vegan-diet-t… #rawvegan #fruitarian
Frugan cookies for the holidays, if you need a very simple recipe - 4 main ingredients (bananas, dates or any dried fruit, almond or peanut butter, rolled oats) and maybe chocolate, flax and other seeds.
Fruitarian response to Chef AJ about calories in non-starchy vegetables.
There are no known negative-calorie fruits and vegetables.
If you refuse to eat seeds for ethical reasons, or know someone who does, please read and comment: #fruitarian http://fruitarians.net/fruitar…/314-seeds-in-fruitarian-diet
Try to outsmart your nature: your future matters. Eat to live, invest in yourself.
At least 90% of seabirds have ingested plastic.
Rising global temperatures will drive the loss of at least 55 trillion kilograms of carbon from the soil by 2050, around 12–17% more than the projected emissions due to human-related activities.
A study published in Nature finds that rising global temperatures will drive the loss of at least 55 trillion kilograms of carbon from the soil by 2050, around ...12–17% more than the projected emissions due to human-related activities during that period. Read the paper here: http://go.nature.com/2gJP8qC