No, not in the quantities needed.
So what would be the list of all fruits and vegetables and nuts and seeds you need to gain all nutrients?
Agree w/ Nakd. At least the inclusion of tender leafy greens is required over the long haul.
Silvery, take your time working through these links, and you'll gain a far greater understanding of what it takes to succeed on this lifestyle:
I understand there are people in other countries who can thrive on nothing but fruits by including large quantities of tomatoes, cucumbers, and other "Vegetable" fruits, however I belive that the fruits in westernized nations are less mineral dense , and therefore I feel you'll be more likly to thrive if you include leafy greens into your diet.
Are cucumbers mineral dense?
On the path to perfection greens are needed. When absolute perfection is reached, one can survive on 100% fruit, possibly. Some bonobo chimps eat over 95% fruit with just a few leaves. One way to research this is to go to Africa, join a group of bonobos and follow their example. Make it a scientific study for the benefit of aspiring fruitarians.
For long term health and dental health, most of our members have to eat 1/2-2 heads of lettuce greens a day...
Some nuts in their natural form are actually true fruits according to botany, so you are safe there much of the time if being fruitarian is your goal.
Nuts and seeds provide a natural source of lipids (fats) and fat soluble nutrients like vitamin E and vitamin K. Even if these are present in fruits, our bodies may not be able to assimilate them very well without the fats.
I recommend rotate nuts, seeds, and all foods for that matter for maximum nutrient exposure.
Daily Recipe for Long Term Success:
How many leaves of lettuce is that? How long should the leaves be on average?
Cronometer lists a head of romaine Lettuce as being around 628 grams, and a Large "Outer" Leaf as 28 grams, so I'd say if we go by Large leafs, you'd have to eat between 10 and 40 (280 grams- 1120 grams) which would be between 0.5 and 2 heads of lettuce, By aproximation.