I tried high fat, high greens, and high fruit in rapid succession and the high fruit-low fat way of doing raw immediately agreed with my body. I read up a lot on the debate on both sides of the aisle, and I've heard from fruitarians and 30-banana-a-dayers who seem to be doing well, and then I've heard from other people that they developed candida, weight gain, tooth problems, or other issues from eating high fruit due to the sugar. So while high fruit seems to agree with me and I've heard a lot of good arguments for it, I still want to be on the safe side for a while. I read that chia slows the absorption of carbs and sugars, resulting in evenkeeled blood sugar, less hunger, and use of the sugars for running the body rather than fat storage. Does this mean that I can eat high fruit raw without worries if I just take some chia every day?