Sydney - MO - A Youtube diet ‘guru’ from Australia puts her ultra-slim body down to an extreme diet, which can see her eat nothing but bananas for an entire day.

Known as ‘Freelee the Banana Girl’ she advocates an extreme, low processed, low-fat, high-carb raw vegan diet.

It’s a regime that recently came under fire when fellow Australian Loni Jane Anthony announced she had kept up the diet throughout her pregnancy, insisting that both she and her baby suffered no ill-effects.

Consuming between 2000 and 5000 calories a day,  Freelee remains ‘raw until four’ - meaning she eats no cooked or heated food whatsoever until 4pm.

She usually eats ‘mono meals’ consisting of a huge amount of a single fruit, such as two entire pinapples, five mangoes, two litres of orange juice, 1.4kg of apricots, or 20 bananas.

A Youtube diet ‘guru’ from Australia puts her ultra-slim body down to an extreme diet, which can see her eat nothing but bananas for an entire day.

Known as ‘Freelee the Banana Girl’ she advocates an extreme, low processed, low-fat, high-carb raw vegan diet.

It’s a regime that recently came under fire when fellow Australian Loni Jane Anthony announced she had kept up the diet throughout her pregnancy, insisting that both she and her baby suffered no ill-effects.

Consuming between 2000 and 5000 calories a day,  Freelee remains ‘raw until four’ - meaning she eats no cooked or heated food whatsoever until 4pm.

She usually eats ‘mono meals’ consisting of a huge amount of a single fruit, such as two entire pinapples, five mangoes, two litres of orange juice, 1.4kg of apricots, or 20 bananas.

After 4pm she will often eat a cooked meal, again, usually a single ingredient in large qualities, such as 3.5kgs of potato baked in the oven, or another meal of fruit.

Having suffered from both anorexia and bulimia in the past, Freelee claims that adopting her low fat, high carbohydrate, raw, vegan diet saw her shed 40lb or 2st 12lb as well as clearing up her acne, chronic fatigue syndrome, low thyroid function and terrible digestion.