So someone told me it wasn't healthy to eat many bananas bc they contain a lot of prussic/hydrogen acid (She's a vegan, rather a bit of a healthy kind). Now, is that true?
Another thing: Actually, with the poor soils that we have today, our fruits and vegetables contain a lot less nutrients than 50-100 years ago. So, theoretically, shouldn't we have sprouts (mostly of pseudo grains like buckwheat etc.) to get more nutrients in? Isn't it possible that lots of fruit of today is really just hybrid and nothing but sugar and water?
After all, I'd say that eating a fruit based low fat high carb high calorie raw vegan diet is still healthier than cooked food (not to mention anything but low fat) even if it's mostly hybrid foods - what do you think?
Looking forward to your thoughts and opinions
Hugs to y'all for being awesome :)
P.S: Spring's just starting around here (and winter will probably come again for a week or so) and atm all i really have is bananas and some apples. Do you think it's all right if I'm eating mostly bananas for the next 1-2 months, till we get more fruit here? (Of course with my greens)
Let's put it this way, I eat over 1kg of bananas every single day, as just one part of my breakfast and my body has never run more efficiently! I see what you mean about the soil. Although organic might be slightly better, we live in a world that doesn't care about health, it's AGAINST health. This is a sad truth, but I think it's important to just do the best you can and try not to well on the negatives of life.