Loni Jane Anthony Gets Hated on For No Good Reason

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A 25-year-old model from Australia named Loni Jane Anthony has been receiving a bunch of unwarranted hate lately. This world famous Instagram Queen told the world that she follows a fruit diet that includes eating up to a couple dozen bananas a day. Instead of showering her with compliments for her amazing physical appearance, she has been widely criticized.

Look below for 18 pictures of Loni Jane Anthony, who is literally one of the prettiest girls on the planet. Her body — as you will see — is spectacularly perfect.

The hate is mostly due to the fact that she’s pregnant while trying to stay healthy. According to other jealous women, she’s putting her unborn child at risk by not eating a more well-rounded diet. That, ladies and gentlemen, is terrible logic.

First of all, a vegetarian diet supplies all the vitamins, minerals and other compounds needed to stay healthy. Secondly, these same women are probably downing fast food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If my seed is implanted in a uterus, I’d much rather the host chick feed the parasite with a fruit diet than one that consists of McDonald’s, Burger King and Taco Bell.

Leave this amazing lady alone.

Anyways, here are the images — click the right arrow in order to view the gallery in its entirety:


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  • truth sayer

    Good article. Damn land whales always find a way to get mad at the skinny and pretty girls.

  • The Hell

    Eating healthy is bad for babies now? Feminazis are off their rocker.

  • Von Cain

    Protein is made up of the amino acids that build your baby’s adorable face and every cell below it. Your baby’s brain, in particular, needs these raw materials to transform itself into the wondrous organ that will help your baby breathe, walk, and talk. Pregnant and lactating women are advised to consume 71 grams of protein per day.

    If this Mom to Be added some protein to her diet, she’d be doing her unborn baby a big favor. And if she wants to breast feed, she will need to drink milk and add more calories per day.

    It isn’t about looks for all people. Your health, and that of your baby, is priceless.

    • blah

      I can’t take a person who thinks that you need to drink milk to produce breastmilk, seriously. Please tell me this whole post is a joke…

    • Von Cain

      If a new mother does not want to drink milk, she must eat alot of kale, fish with bones, or rice or soy milk to get calcium for her and her new baby. And drink alot of water. Milk is an easy way to get calcium for a new mom.

    • chelsea

      you need to read up on nutrition yourself. milk and other animal proteins deplete minerals like calcium from your body. fruits and vegetables supply all of the essential proteins and nutrients the body needs

    • Von Cain

      No, complete proteins do not come from fruits and veg.

      “If you take a trip back to your old science class, you might remember that protein is made up of smaller components called amino acids, 12 of which are manufactured by the human body. Another nine, called essential amino acids, must be obtained from food. A complete protein is a protein that contains all of the essential amino acids. Animal proteins are complete, including red meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, and dairy, so what’s a vegetarian or vegan to do? There are a few nonanimal sources that offer complete proteins, so it’s important to get your fill of soybeans, blue green algae, hempseed, buckwheat, and quinoa if you’re diet is meat-, milk-, or egg-free.

      Then there are foods known as incomplete proteins, including beans, whole grains, nuts, seeds, peas, and corn. Combine two or more incomplete proteins and boom — you’ve got a complete protein. Enjoy them together in one meal or the combination can be consumed over the same day, such as black bean soup for lunch and brown rice with dinner. Here are some other food combinations that work:

      Beans with whole grains: hummus (contains chickpeas and tahini, which is made from sesame seeds) and pita bread, red beans and rice, chickpea and quinoa veggie burgers on a whole-wheat bun, split pea soup with whole-grain bread, lentil barley soup,black beans and polenta, and tortillas with refried beans

      Nuts or seeds with whole grains: sunflower seed butter on crackers, almond butter on toast, peanut noodles

      Beans with seeds or nuts: hummus, salad topped with sunflower seeds and chickpeas.”

    • Ter

      Breastmilk will contain the protein and calcium it is supposed to contain. If the mom is not eating enough protein or calcium, the protein and calcium will be drained from her body–usually her muscles and bones.

  • Tony

    “host chick”? Your description of pregnancy is misogynistic and offensive to me as a man.

    • LoverNoFighter

      I don’t love the word “chick” but a pregnant woman is indeed a “host”.

  • dirtyduck

    “host chick” makes me want a baby, that was so funny!

    • LoverNoFighter

      I laughed too!

  • Shannon McCreery

    Yeah! Leave her alone, because anyone who doesn’t agree with her ( 99% of modern medicine) is just jealous, and must be consuming inordinate amounts of unhealthy things. Any diet that doesn’t consist of 10 bananas for breakfast, is just bad for you. Who needs omega 3s, protein, and essential amino acids while growing a fetus? Certainly not me! bahahahahaha

    • lovecraft

      Are you brain dead? There is loads of essential amino acids in plants and fruits.

    • Casey

      Oh come on lovecraft. Really? Are you really trying to argue that this pregnant woman is doing everything she can nutritionally for her child by eating 10 bananas and 6 mangos? Oh come on. No one can be that dumb.

    • blah

      and what pregnant woman DOES do everything she can nutritionally for her child? Those super woman are in the minority. Most women eat shit while pregnant…and in life in general.

    • MART

      that’not what she’s eating. No ones pointing to the strawman logical fallacy here??

    • blah

      Like the poster said, her diet is better than many many MANY pregnant people’s which includes fast food, and the famous pickle and ice cream diet. If you’re going to call her out, you’re gonna need to call out the 99 percent of people who also don’t eat a “balanced” diet. And plants do have amino acids. And she eats protein…ten percent…which is all you really need.

    • Wiggity

      @blah you are misinformed. A pregnant woman actually needs a diet with about 20% protein, other big ones needed are zinc and omega 3 fats for brain and eye development. The ‘famous pickle and ice cream’ diet you refer to – do you really believe everything from TV and the movies?

      Also, most pregnant women do try very hard to eat well when pregnant; all you need to do is jump on any pregnancy forum to read expectant mothers concerns with what they are putting in their bodies. You see discussions from prenatal vitamins to deli meats to cheeses, etc. Additionally, OBGYNs will typically have a conversation about diet with expectant mothers at the very first appointment and revisit the topic throughout the pregnancy.

      Finally, there are many women who develop Gestational Diabetes during their pregnancy (there is NO predisposition for who is going to develop it: anyone with any history can – even the healthiest person out there could develop it). If one does develop it, carbs become very restricted and this diet would be very dangerous to the expectant mother and child.

      So before you continue to bash everyone who has concerns about this diet for an expectant mother, do some actual research.

    • smh

      You, miss, are an idiot.

    • MART

      Wake up bitch

  • dirtyduck

    oh and im vegan, have been for 13 years, just got blood work back, my protein levels are perfectly in the middle. i am going to follow a diet with less beans/legumes and see what happens to my protein levels. i feel like anything that is hard to “gather” should be limited. i was happy to read about Loni, she is beautiful no hate from this girl!!!!

    • LoverNoFighter

      Congrats!

  • precisedisarray

    Are you crying, “leave Loni alone!!” I can picture it, along with dozens of dirty, sticky socks. “host chick”, wow your ignorance is palpable. You assume that naysayers of said diet is reduced to simple jealousy. It is possible– take a moment to fire up your neurons– that women that don’t look like that are NOT jealous. They don’t care, at least not like you think they do. But you care. It is YOU who is looking for a reason to dismiss any and all advice (especially from women), and protect your little internet crush.They see someone more concerned with selfie shots than taking in a host of nutrients during a very important time. Present information in a certain manner, and get judged for it in a certain manner. *Of course* there will be comments. Maybe she is meeting nutrient needs, maybe not. Awesome for her! NO ONE said eating healthy is bad for babies. The question/concern/conversation is, *IS* this eating healthy? I read bananas and mangoes. Again, maybe it is. Given her age and the ability for a growing baby to make use of the mothers nutrient stores, the baby will likely be just fine. She might take a bit of a beating, though. Hope she does well.This blog and other articles pertaining to it seem more about creating drama, and to expose her (on multiple levels) as much as possible. By the way, please brush up on nutrition, especially bio/nutrition chemistry. And don’t procreate. ;)

    • LoverNoFighter

      You’re the type of woman who would get outraged at this but then look the other way when a woman gets an abortion. Get your priorities straight. Murdering a fetus is much worse than feeding it fruit. GMAFB.

  • Xty

    I’d buy parts of your argument if you weren’t so dumb. You use “terrible logic” when you say, “these some [sic] women are probably downing fast food for breakfast, lunch and
    dinner. If my seed is implanted in a uterus, I’d much rather the host
    chick feed the parasite with a fruit diet than one that consists of
    McDonald’s, Burger King and Taco Bell.” This is an either/or fallacy. You suggest that there are only two possibilities here: you follow a vegetarian diet, or you eat crap. That’s just stupid. Suggesting that women who take issue with this form of dieting are just sitting around eating junk food puts your credibility into question. Worse is your suggestion that women who have a problem with this diet are also jealous. Sweetie, you’re the one who lacks logic. That’s not using facts to back up your argument at all. Have you run a survey? Did your results suggest that women are jealous of this woman? I sincerely doubt it. Once you do said research and actually pose an intelligent, well considered argument, then perhaps your readers will take you seriously, and you can reasonably tell other people that they’re using “terrible logic.”

    • onceindc

      Exactly.

      The false dichotomy (either/or fallacy). The delusion that it’s either either 10 bananas or 10 big macs a day.

    • MART

      You guys stick on a logic fallacy that doesn’t affect his logic, and that he probably made because he isn’t used to chating with ill-intentioned people. Their are two ends to the continuum: healthy is a vegan high fruit, low fat (80/10/10) raw diet, and the other end is the crap diet with loads of meat and dairy. Pickles and a tomato, with a salad three times a week doesn’t erase the damge done buy those animal protein, high fat, salty overcooked meals. Lean meats aren’t lean. The leanest meats contain like 40% of calories from fat. Animals concentrate environmental toxics like mercury, dioxins, etc.

      She looks stunningly healthy, and she says she does feel extremely healthy. Maybe she is. Instead of focusing on logical fallacies focus on the argument; or its just sophism. Haven’t you thought maybe she’s right..? What is 80/10/10? Maybe fruits and vegetables are the best foods..? Look up Collin Campbell, Caldwell Esselstyn, Neal Barnard, Doug Graham, John MacDougall, etc., etc., etc.

    • Angry

      “She looks stunningly healthy”…are you SERIOUS?!? Maybe you need a new set of eyes. She looks anorexic and sick. I don’t believe you know what healthy is. She looks, literally, like the living dead – a living skeleton…

    • LoverNoFighter

      It’s not a false dichotomy. The writer is saying if we are comparing two extremes, he’d prefer one extreme over the other.

    • LoverNoFighter

      Run a survey? Have you run a survey to prove the women aren’t jealous?

    • Angry

      I agree. So it’s either fast food or fruit is that it? Xty has made a very valid point. People in general do not just sit around eating junk food. Maybe you do, Joe, but the vast majority of people do not. Also, the vast majority who are pregnant eat very healthily. This so called “fabulous eater”, Loni, is not a healthy woman. EAT SOMETHING for crying out loud, by which I mean a properly balanced diet, NOT just fruit!!!

  • onceindc

    Joe,

    Your misogynism aside, do you know what a false dichotomy is?

    I loved this line: “First of all, a vegetarian diet supplies all the vitamins, minerals and other compounds needed to stay healthy.”

    Do you think this is a typical vegetarian diet? If so, it might be time to stop worrying about people calling reckless behavior reckless and instead get back to your GED paperwork.

    • LoverNoFighter

      You claim the writer is attacking and then end with an attack of your own. Hypocrite much?

  • Casay

    How does being “pretty” and having a “spectacularly perfect” body have to do with making good food choices necessary to grow a fetus? If you made an argument that could stand on actual dietary knowledge or even common sense I would try and see your point, but you aren’t. You are missing the point by such a wide margin I have to wonder what your life circumstances are that you preface her beauty over the conversation of her child’s health. This isn’t about jealousy. No one is jealous of a pregnant woman who is so self centered she can’t allow herself to put her baby’s health before her compulsive eating habits.

  • Horseman

    I came to this site after your host chick feeding the parasite comment was quoted on Yahoo. You are now one of my heroes. That should trouble you, I know it troubles some of the others.

  • Andreas

    no one is saying that she or any pregnant woman should be eating mcdonald’s, burger king, or taco bell, what expert dietitians are saying is that a pregnant woman needs to eat a balanced diet, and also eat more of some nutrients for the health of the baby. but i suppose that an expert on diet knows much much less than a twenty something espousing a fad.

    and if your definition of a “spectacularly perfect” body is one of a sickly looking woman with barely any meat on her bones then you have a messed up sense of what beauty is. number 6 makes me want to gag. does she even have hips to bear a child?

  • HeartBurstTimetoSmile

    I know a lovely soul who followed this raw healthy vegan style during her recent pregnancy.
    She reached 40 weeks 3 weeks ago.
    Then a few days later the baby died in the womb.
    I attended the saddest funeral of her dead child.
    I did notice that this poor almost a Mother looked very slender.
    While her sister who is an average sized big meat eater gave birth to her own baby a few weeks earlier.
    Who is to say if this diet will harm the baby ?
    My own Mother basically ate grapefruits and rice during her pregnancy.
    And I have abundant health. I would just caution people to be careful.
    No you don’t need to gain 50 pounds with most pregnancies, but you also don’t need to do an extreme diet.

    • LoverNoFighter

      Millions of women have miscarriages every year. Pointing to one as proof of ANYTHING is illogical.

  • Jay

    I believe there are other healthy food choices out there in the world other than McDonald’s and bananas? When did our options disappear? I must have missed the memo……

  • What a world…. SMH

    the parasite? get over yourself – you obviously have no idea of being a parent or respect for an unborn child.

    • LoverNoFighter

      Technically, a fetus is a parasite. The definition of a parasite: “an animal or plant that lives in or on another animal or plant and gets food or protection from it”

  • MART

    What is “extreme”, what is “balanced”? If you’re always assuming the normal diet, i.e. what the general public thinks is healthy is the healthiest, the “balanced” diet, you’re rigging the “game”. What if animal products were simply unhealthy relative to plant foods? What is extreme then? what is balanced? Most, if not all, independant minded nutrition researchers say something like 80% carbs; 10%fat; 10%protein, from plant foods. The more whole, the less processed the better. The rawer, the fresher the better. Organic if possible. What if that was a balanced diet (it is ;)).

    Avocado is 80% fat
    Tofu is 55% fat, 39% protein
    Every whole plant food contains all 8 essential amino acids
    Plant foods are almost always the richest sources of nutrients, even single nutrients when comparing whole foods with whole foods
    1 medium sized banana contains omega-3s (fat), potassium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc, selenium, phosphorus, i repeat all essential amino acids, vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, folate, vitamin C and E. And 105kcals.

  • LoverNoFighter

    Do people not understand that women around the world have healthy babies every day who aren’t able to eat a “balanced” diet? Many women in Africa have a mono diet — meaning they can only eat ONE throughout their entire pregnancy. Many other communities have no way to eat meat, drink milk, etc.

    Humans aren’t as fragile as most of you apparently think. There’s no study that any diet while pregnant affects the long-term outlook of a child.

    There’s so much amateurishness in this comment section it’s amazing.

  • Amy Roosevelt

    I don’t care if she eats fruit and veggies, babies are not parasites.

  • Angry

    “The hate is mostly due to the fact that she’s pregnant while trying to stay healthy,” notes blogger Every Joe. “According to other jealous women, she’s putting her unborn child at risk by not eating a more well-rounded diet. That, ladies and gentlemen, is terrible logic. …If my seed is implanted in a uterus, I’d much rather the host chick feed the parasite with a fruit diet than one that consists of McDonald’s, Burger King and Taco Bell.”

    “Parasite”?!? “PARASITE”?!? The frig is that, woman?!? A baby is NOT a parasite!!! You are disgusting with your terms!!! I suggest you get a thesaurus and an education! “Parasite” indeed!!! That just infuriates me!

    I’m certainly not jealous of this woman. She looks like a skeleton. A living, breathing skeleton and YOU think she looks HOT?!? What are you, a skeleton yourself? I do not find deliberately made skeleton human beings attractive. She looks anorexic and sick with her “fruit only” diet. She’s literally living on a starvation diet and it’s sickening. Girls need a positive role model, not one that looks like the living dead.

    Babies need a well-rounded diet to survive. They need more than just fruit. This baby is going to probably be born with a lot of health problems and more than likely formation problems within the womb as it’s only being fed fruit. Just because she wants a lifestyle like that does NOT mean she should be subjecting her child to that. The child needs a solid amount of protein, calcium, healthy fatty acids, vegetables, fruit and a whole host of vitamins and minerals…this can NOT all be obtained by eating fruit alone.

    This woman is sick in the head and needs help. If she thinks she looks beautiful, then think again. She shouldn’t be allowed to have kids if this is how she’s going to treat them before it’s even born! The 80-10-10 diet is nothing but a starvation regimen and is something that should be banned. Come on Doctors! Intervene and set this woman straight!!!!

  • Jen

    Lori clearly has an eating disorder and her baby, if nutrient lacking, will be born premature or intellectually not quite 100%
    Only time will tell when tell i guess. a vain selfish mother to be. Typical gold coast meter maid types.

  • native new yorker

    beans and rice + complete protein. that would not be hard to add and stay diary free.

  • Amy Lee

    I’m not a vegetarian, let alone a vegan, but all you naysayers (who think you know everything about human nutrition) need to get your priorities straight and worry about the pregnant woman smoking crack and binging on alcohol and leave the pregnant woman eating fruits and vegetables (what we’re taught is healthy anyway) alone.

    Oh, and by the way, she gave birth to the most beautiful, healthy, 8.4 lb baby boy. So, all you protein mongers can go into the corner and chew on a piece of petrified jerky.

  • Guest

    You all naysayers need to get your priorities straight and worry about
    the pregnant woman smoking crack and binging on alcohol and leave the
    pregnant woman eating fruits and vegetables (what we’re taught is
    healthy anyway) alone.

    Oh, and by the way, she gave birth to
    the most beautiful, healthy, 8.4 lb baby boy. So, all your protein
    mongers can go into the corner and chew on a piece of petrified jerky.