Tracye McQuirter, a Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) best-selling author, and a 30-year vegan says that going vegan is not just about eating healthy and global preservation, it is an act of “self-love.” Belinda White has seen the benefits of turning to a diet where she only relies on fruits.
Fruitarians only eat fruit as their main source of food.
A regular meal can consist of a variety of fruits like mangoes, oranges, cherries, avocados, and tomatoes.
Fruitarians are a subset of veganism.
Avoiding any meat, or meat by-products has many benefits but there is another perk from eating fruits only that many are not be aware of.
Belinda White is a beautiful woman who looks like she is in her 20’s.
Except the mother of three and grandmother to one is 46 years old.
White who used to smoke and eat meat prior to her conversion.
For the doubters, White swears she has never had any plastic surgery. Her explanation is simple, “I am the female Benjamin Button.”
White eats fruit only. She was so passionate about this lifestyle that she convinced her partner and kids to also become vegan.
“To be intimate with someone and share the body smells,” she says. “When you become a vegan, especially when your diet is clean, you don’t have the same BO or breath.”
White who lives in Rotherham, England knew what it was like to live with physical pain due to fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis.
“I just felt old. I couldn’t get up the stairs because I was in so much pain due to the osteoarthritis in my hips and I was on three different pills a day,” she says. He cellulite has also disappeared since she relies on fruits only for her meals.
This youthful grandmother hopes to inspire others to become vegans as well.
“I feel like I have turned the clock backwards. It’s incredible. I look like I’m 28 but I’m 46,” explains White.