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- n. Plural form of breatharian.
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Explaining that he had some friends who had been breatharians for a year and a half, he pointed out that fruitarianism should be seen as a step toward attaining the goal of human photosynthesis.
They could be breatharians which are people that live off of air somewhere in California.
But at the very top of the holier-than-thou diet list are breatharians, who claim to subsist on nothing but air and light.
For one thing, we all need to eat even breatharians, thanks to the impurities in our world, so making food for people is literally a way of nourishing people.
Like most everybody else on our little planet, save for a few hunter-gatherers and breatharians, I have been a silent accomplice in this process.
These programs are meant to convince the trend-averse among us that cleanses are not just the province of vegans and breatharians, but are also pretty mainstream - or at least mainstream for the reasonably chic; as vital to one's upkeep as, say, Pilates and an oxygen facial.
It's not as though people are giving up meat to become breatharians.