How nuts are those local eaters?
LocavoreS eat locally–grown and–produced food (i.e. food produced within 100 miles of its point of purchase or consumption)
Pros: Locavores tend to eat more fruits and veggies, making this diet über healthy, as well as sustainable.
Cons: Kiss your chocolate and morning cup of joe goodbye!
InvasivoreS eat invasive species — such as plants, pathogens and animals — that have disrupted habitats and decreased their native biodiversity.
Pros: As an invasivore, your hatred of squirrels can be totally justified.
Cons: Mmm, weeds…
Living Food DieterS (a.k.a. raw food dieters) eat mainly locally–grown organic food, but only in its uncooked state. Diet staples include raw fruits, veggies, nuts, grains and sprouts.
Pros: Very little prep time for your meals!
Cons: Bacteria + no heat = food poisoning
ForagerS eat the types and quantities of food that a primitive hunter would have consumed. The diet staples include seasonally–available plants, nuts, berries, fungi, uncooked grains and, to a much lesser degree, game meat, fowl and fish.
Pros: You can feel more in touch with our prehistoric ancestors!
Cons: You have to eat 5–6 small meals per day.