Since I am definitely not a dietitian nor a food expert of any kind, I will let the experts speak instead of me and simply summarize their findings to assess the Freelee's nutty (no nuts, though) diet.
By this dietitian's findings, Freelee drinks (yup, drinks, because she barely ever eats anything) around 3500 calories a day and her diet is completely unbalanced.
Who, in their right mind and with any kind of a job that isn't exclusively a physical one, could eat this many calories and actually not gain weight? Especially women...
Another point the dietitian makes is that all those calories are just in sugar. No healthy fats, protein...
Just because you're a vegan doesn't mean you can only eat fruits. That's a frutarian, honey, not a vegan...
Whenever there is such a restrictive diet involved with a person - it means they, themselves, probably have A LOT of problems with food, with binge eating or calorie counting. To me it seems Freelee has a problem with portion control.
It looks like all she ever does is workout just so she could drink those calories in sugar, which is literally insane!
If she didn't have a Youtube channel she couldn't earn any money nor sustain her lifestyle.
Could you imagine this lifestyle being sustainable for an average person who has an 8-12 hour long job every day?
Could you imagine an average person sustaining this kind of a diet on their average salary? Just her breakfast is 12 dollars every day. Isn't that insane?
More to the point of nutrition here: if you only eat sugar, no protein or healthy fats, your body, especially your pancreas will feel those consequences forever. Your pancreas has to work overtime to shoot out that insulin because your body is so saturated in sugars and nothing else.
You need protein and healthy fats to counterbalance the sugar in everything you eat!
This dietitian concludes that Freelee will most likely have health issues relating to her eating habits in the future.
It's something all of us could've predicted and rightly so.
No such restrictive diets work forever. Your body will rebel, and when it does you will know, but it may be too late...