Fruitarian Shows POPular Diet Possibilities and Artistic Credibilities

The main serious reason I’m featuring Belinda White’s story from the Daily Mirror is that they report she has achieved a great healthy look from a mostly fruit diet, with some nuts and veg occasionally.

The second parody comedy reason is that it looks as if she also likes to double up her diet as an artistic greenYgrey and POP (PinkyOrangePurple) readYmade (remembering the original readymade art created by Marcel Duchamp found on the XaW Files travel quest):

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And making me think she may really have heard of the greenygrey:

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Disclaimer: Belinda White is a grandmother, in a relationship, and anyway outside the goldilocks zone of age 21-40, hopefully proving my only interest in posting this is a mixture of goodies, without any direct personal interest: promoting a woman doing well, a healthy fruitarian diet and some light-hearted comedy entertainment for you.

Her family have gone along with her diet, so full credit and respect to them too. I hope they all continue to have a happy and healthy home life.

I follow a basic vegetarian diet, which I think works for me. I don’t know if a fruitarian diet would work better or worse for me. I think it’s more in line with my animal welfare reasons for being a vegetarian, so would give it a go. The last I read, there’s more goodness in veg than fruit, so I don’t know. It certainly seems to be working for Belinda.

Available to buy or borrow on Amazon and some great big bookshops.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/XaW-Files-Beyond-Humanity-Fantasy/dp/1516969065/

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