Man says FRUITARIAN lifestyle made him feel “SUPERHUMAN” hmmm…

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(NaturalNews) For fruitarian and endurance athlete Michael Arnstein, his 15-mile commute to work isn’t by car, bus or train. Instead, he runs to the office, jogging through residential neighborhoods and eventually New York’s Central Park, pausing only to enjoy fruit along the way. Before his run, he may enjoy a breakfast of approximately 15 oranges. By the end of the day, he’s consumed about 6,000 calories, having eaten “nothing but raw fruits and vegetables, primarily fruits.”

Thanks to his raw food lifestyle, Arnstein says he feels “almost superhuman,” benefiting from everything from improved running time to better vision.

Turning to raw foods when nothing else worked

“I tried all the things in the vitamin shops,” says Arnstein in an interview with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta. “I’ve tried all the supplements and I’ve tried protein diets, I’ve tried everything.” He adds that eating nothing but raw foods and vegetables “has absolutely transformed [me] as a person.”

With four refrigerators in his house and shopping trips at warehouses, he says, “I eat a lot, as most animals in nature do.” Yet his healthful choices and exercise regimen keep his weight in check. He prides himself on the fact that he has a mere 3-5% of body fat and that he had the seventh fastest 100-mile time ever as an American.

Additional benefits of eating raw

Arnstein, known as “The Fruitarian” on his YouTube channel, also says he’s experiencing a host of other health benefits from his raw food diet including:

Improved vision

He says his eyesight “remarkably improved” when he started a raw food diet, noting that everything was significantly sharper.

Better skin

Arnstein says he never has dry skin, nor does he have that annoying eye crust that most people have upon waking up.

Improved energy

“I’m alive, I’m vibrant,” he says. Raw foods not only have given him mental clarity but have helped his marathon times improve.

Improved immune system

He says, “I don’t get sick, I don’t get injured.” He explains that, even after running distances of up to 100 miles, his body does not break down.

Arnstein urges everyone to try a raw food diet, if only for just two weeks. In that time frame, perhaps even less, he’s confident that people will experience the benefits of what he calls a “common sense” diet.VaporJuiceBillboards2

 

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Fruitarian Robert Martin, Age 61

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Super Human Runs 50,100, and 150 Miles races on Fruitarian Lifestyle

Michael Arnstein Runs 50 miles races and 100 mile races and 150 miles races, fruit is powerful stuff.   He eats 25-30 pounds of fruit daily.  “I’ve become somewhat Super human.  Eats up to 6000 calories.  “I dont get sick ever, mental clarity.  I am alive, I am alive, I am healthy.  Ate 15 oranges for breakfast. ”

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Janette Murray-Wakelin, 64, and Alan Murray, 68,

Raw vegan couple in their 60s completes record-setting year of daily marathons – AGE 68 AND 64

A couple in their 60s have finished running a marathon each day, every day, for the past year.

The pair ate up to 30 bananas each a day as they completed a trek of almost 10,000 miles around Australia.

The couple, both raw vegans from New Zealand, ended their journey with an extra marathon to their home in Melbourne at 5 a.m. on New Year’s Day to set the world record.

Janette Murray-Wakelin, 64, and Alan Murray, 68, rose at 4 a.m. each day and ran 366 consecutive marathons with no days off. Ms Murray-Wakelin said she was looking forward to a break and planned to sleep in, do some gardening and spend time with her grandchildren – and then go running the next day.

“You don’t stop doing something that works,” she told Fairfax Media.

During the run, the couple skirted a cyclone, floods, a bushfire and a hail storm near Perth, during which they took a half-hour break and drank a vegetable smoothie before continuing through the heavy weather.

Murray-Wakelin missed the birth of her fifth grandchild in June, but was running in south Queensland when a motorcycle rider called out her name and revealed he was a cousin she had not seen in 45 years. He apparently said “Good to see ya” before rushing off to work.

The couple’s standard day involved rising at 4am and eating 10 bananas, a grapefruit, and a date smoothie for breakfast, then another 10 bananas at 8am, a green smoothie at 9am, a fruit salad at the 19-mile mark, three oranges at the 23-mile mark, before finishing at 4pm and eating an avocado, vegetable juice and a salad for dinner.

“The first few weeks we were sore, breaking ourselves in,” Mr Murray told ABC Radio. “After that, it actually became easier every day. I really don’t think we’ve had any days when we didn’t think we could make it. But we had a few longer days through extremes of heat. We had some 44 [C] degree days going up into Canberra.”

The run is understood to have beaten the world record set in 2011 by a Belgian, Stefaan Engels, who completed 365 marathons in a year.

Murray-Wakelin and Murray were assisted by volunteers who helped with supplies and driving a support van. They used the run to raise money for charity.

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