Ross Horne had been on a fruitarian diet for 3 years at the time of writing this book.
I first read it around the mid 1990s and must admit I was pretty impressed with most of what he says.
Some of it is pretty scientific, but still easy enough for the average bod to get to grips with, and most of it is really all about common sense, which is right up my street as that's the approach that I prefer, so this book really hit home with me.
It looks like the price is a little steep on Amazon at the moment, but if anyone is interested in a copy and willing to pay for it via paypal, then leave a comment, or drop me an email, and I will keep my eye open for a 2nd hand copy of it here in Sydney.. I seem to recall seeing a copy of one in a 2nd hand shop we go to sometimes..
Meanwhile, this is a poem printed in the back of the book, that I think is really quite profound:
The Ambulance at The Bottom of The Valley.
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