A jain diet is strictly vegetarian while fruitarians have a diet of fruit, nuts, and seeds, without animal products, vegetables and grains. So I would say that they are due to they do not eat animal products. Hope this helps!
Jainists follow a strict practice of non-violence towards every living thing, with humans being at the top of the priority list. But since Jainists don’t beliving in harming living beings, they follow a vegetarian diet, of which fruitarian may be a subset, but it is not required.
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Not all members of the Jain religion (a subsect of the larger Hindu religion) practice extreme fruitarianism, but those who wish to totally devote their lives to their religion in the Hindu equivalent of monasteries do practice fruitarianism as a form of spiritual communication, physical fast, and sacrifice to divine powers.
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