It is best to eat one type of fruit at a time and wait 45 minutes before another type of fruit is eaten. If still hungry after eating one type of fruit, they should eat more of the same type of fruit until satisfied.
Fruitarian and author “David Wolfe” says it is best to eat one type of fruit at a time and wait 45 minutes before another type of fruit is eaten.
Whereas “The Fruitarian Foundation” recommends waiting at least 90 minutes between fruit types.
If a person is hungry after eating one type of fruit, he/she should eat more of the same type of fruit until the hunger is satisfied. People on the diet should eat only when hungry and eat as much as they want until their hunger is satisfied. The signal to stop eating is not as strong in people who eat more than one type of fruit at the same time.A Sample Meal
The following schedule is a typical one-day meal plan from the “Fruitarian Foundation” for a fruitarian diet:
Early morning (6-9 a.m.): The juice of three to five lemons immediately upon waking, raisins, and an unlimited amount of melon or melon juice
Midmorning (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.): An unlimited amount of apples, pineapple, figs, pears, grapes, yellow plums, lima beans, kiwi, and cucumber
Noon (12-3 p.m.): Oranges or tangerines, peaches, apricots, and papayas in any amount desired
Midafternoon (3-6 p.m.): Mango, cherries, strawberries, red plums, persimmons, pomegranates, watermelon, and tomatoes
Evening (6-9 p.m.): Grapes, blackberries, and raspberries
Late evening (9 p.m. to 12 a.m.): Mango, cherries, strawberries, red plums, persimmons, pomegranates, watermelon, and tomatoes
Bananas, coconut, organic olives, ripe avocados, any type of raw nuts, and lemon juice can be eaten any time. The only items that should be consumed between midnight to 3 a.m., if required are four to six passion fruit, a small amount of water (if needed), and lemon juice.