Fruits Aren’t Always The Answer

Fruits Fruits Aren’t Always The AnswerFor people who think that it’s the fruits only, that keep you as fresh as stars these days, here is the news for them. Recently news has it that famous actor Ashton Kutcher was hospitalized for having a diet solely consisting of fruits.

He revealed that he was hospitalized after having an only-fruit diet. He felt an extreme pain before starting shooting for a movie. Turns out, fruit didn’t go well for Kutcher.

What people do is that they start their day with fruits, have them throughout the day, and end up being sick. My point is that while you can surely have a hell lot out of fruits and without doubt, fruits find you ways of getting rid of almost all sorts of diseases, but the idea of solely relying on fruits seems absurd.

Sarah, a 22 year old girl from Atlanta, had acne and various skin allergies and came out with self treatment of eating fruits all day long. She started her day with 5 bananas, ate 5 or more apples or some other fruit for lunch and for night she made herself either a smoothie or a bowl of different fruits. Later, it was found that although she did get rid of all the acne issues, yet she suffered from various other fatal diseases.

Some people find it weird of eating nothing else but fruits. Others find it really healthy and say one vital thing to stay healthy is to have fruits alone.

That said, having a fruit-only diet can actually make one deficient of numerous essential nutrients. “It’s virtually impossible to get all the nutrients you need,” says Gaynor Bussell, a spokesman for the British Dietetic Association. “You would miss out on essential fatty acids. One of the big ones is B12, and you can get some sort of 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. The immune function would probably be quite low. We have to have things from all the different food groups for a reason.”

Posted by on Feb 2 2013. Filed under Women & Lifestyle. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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