Cathy, I’m sorry to hear about your experience. You can …

Comment on Why very high fruit diets are a *disaster* for most of us by Sarah Best.

Cathy, I’m sorry to hear about your experience. You can turn this around and get off the high-fruit roller-coaster. I work as a health coach and would be happy to guide you in designing a truly healthy diet that supports you in feeling better and releasing the excess weight. Go here for more information, or to contact me to discuss it further.

Sarah Best Also Commented

Why very high fruit diets are a *disaster* for most of us
Some excellent points there, OK ‚Ä쬆thank you for the share! 🙂

Why very high fruit diets are a *disaster* for most of us
You’re welcome, Jennie, and I wish you luck. Cutting out fruit may well make a difference, but there could be other factors causing this. See how you go with this new plan and if you’re not getting the results you want, health coaching could help you to do that. This is something I offer, and if you’d like to find out about it, go here.

Why very high fruit diets are a *disaster* for most of us
I used to think just as you do, Nofu, so I can totally relate to your point of view. But the reality is most people do not thrive long term on high-fruit diets (let alone fruit-only diets). If you’re healthy and tolerate fructose well, they can work as a short-term cleanse. But high-fruit is not a savvy (nor safe) long-term diet strategy.

Recent Comments by Sarah Best

Eat less, live longer
Thank you, Daniel. And agreed. Fellow Dr Fuhrman fan here 🙂

So you grew up with a dad who didn’t know how to express love? Here’s how it could be affecting you today
Hi Nina,

Thank you so much for sharing that.

Yes, it is devastating to miss the love of a father.

And it’s not made any easier by the fact that this is so little talked about and understood.

But for what it’s worth, in the four years since I began writing about this topic I’ve heard from SO many women who feel just as you do.

That’s why I started my free email series on the father-daughter relationship, which is designed to answer the very questions you posed, and which I see you’ve signed up for. I hope you’ll find it helpful.

Thanks again for the share.

Sarah x

14 keys to thriving as a Highly Sensitive Person
That’s wonderful to hear, and thank you so much for the share.

My new favourite brand of natural perfume
Great to know, Shelda! 🙂

The deadly drug in your kitchen
Thank you for commenting, Miriam. I’d forgotten that I recommended agave in this article and I’ve made a note to revise it, as I have since revised my views – very much in line with what you wrote, in fact! I blogged about that here: I still consider brown rice syrup a great choice since it’s essentially fructose free. As for research on the impact on emotional and mental wellbeing of consuming a high-sugar diet, I couldn’t agree more! And I personally think that what’s come out on this so far is just the tip of the iceberg 🙂

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/content/50/7575750/html/new/wp-includes/comment-template.php on line 1219