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Fruitarian Mango Wodzak Interviewed: Author of Destination Eden and The Eden Fruitarian Guidebook

Fruitarian Mango Wodzak, also known as Mango Durian, is the author of Destination Eden: Fruitarianism Explained and The Eden Fruitarian Guidebook: Another Book of Uncommon Sense. Mango Wodzak has been a fruitarian for many years and is one of the leading speakers in the world of fruitarianism. Mango Wodzak’s aproach to the fruitarian diet is heavily influenced by the empathy …

The Eden Fruitarian Guidebook Review

The Eden Fruitarian Guidebook Review, Mango Wodzak’s Sequel to Destination Eden

A few weeks ago I had the honor of receiving a copy of Mango Wodzak’s new book: The Eden Fruitarian Guidebook. I had been wanting to read it since I finished reading Mango’s first book, Destination Eden, but I had procrastinated in doing so. One of the reasons for waiting so long was that I had found Destination Eden sooooooo …

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Fruitarian Bodybuilding Athlete Challenge Day #10 (Day #73 at Kanekiki Farm)

Today was a winning day for my Fruitarian Bodybuilding Athlete Challenge. I woke up after getting a ton of sleep and stayed in bed for a little while. Then I got up and prepared my bags to leave the Kanekiki Farm. Tomorrow will be my last day here before moving to Gaia Yoga Gardens, another raw community in Hawaii. I …

Fruit, Not Flesh! – Poem by Mango Wodzak

Here is another awesome poem I found by Mango Wodzak. This one is called “Fruit, Not Flesh!”. It pairs up very well with Mango’s firs poem, “I used to be zombie“. Both of these poems tell a personal story about Mago Wodzak’s transition from eating animal flesh to becoming a vegan. They are specially enjoyable to fruitarians but I am sure …

Destination Eden by Mango Wodzak, why Eden Fruitarianism is the Ultimate Fruitarian Diet, a Review and Summary

Destination Eden is a book about ethics and how this ethical behavior can improve our health, the environment and every aspect of our lives (except perhaps for the social aspect, which will hopefully change as more people begin to transition into a fruitarian diet). His core arguments are basic and most people would agree with them, although they may find …