Hi All, I tried all fruit diet some years ago, but didn't work out for me, years after, I realised the culprit is too much fibre, too much fibre really disturbs my digestion and was permanently bloated (but this is just my digestion, does not apply to everyone), especially the smoothies, they really triggered a horrible digestion reaction.... however I started to try juicing both fruit and greens, that was really good, I actually took on minimum 2000 to 2500 calories daily in juice, but had great digestion and lost weight on it, only then I realised the issue is to do with my digestion, its not able to cope with so much fibre, so I experimented only with blending some greens into my juice, that was also ok, as long as I keep the fibre to low amounts.
I few years ago, I also gained something like 10kg without changing dietry habits ( but was not fruigivore when I gained, just vegan, and avoiding grains/gluten) I didn't understand why, I couldn't take the weight off whatever I tried, I was very frustrated, I also had no energy at all, feeling tiered all the time, then I met a friend who happens to be a Dr I spoke to her openly as other Drs just keep saying eat less, move more, my Dr friend encouraged me to come to her clinic to do some tests, my blood results came back, we realised I have developed hypothryiodism which explained the weight gain and the feeling of being tiered all the time.
Now knowing both my issues, inability to digest too much fibre, and hypothroidism, I am wondring if I can start a challenge to do some juicing and maybe a low fibre fruit to eat as whole as a meal to supplement the juicing. Any idea of lowest fibre fruit? according to goolge its melons
Also anyone here with hypothyriod and managed to lose weight on frugivore or any other variation ?