After 4 weeks of limiting my PUFAs, I'm of the impression that reversing obesity shows more success if I incorporate increased fruit instead of with PUFA reduction alone. I will list my weekly weigh-in totals so you can better see what is going on. If you take these weekly totals and divide by 7 you can get the daily average weights.
As you can see there was a plateau to my weight gains after the third week. At the end of the third week I had started to incorporate more fruit into my diet and I began eating every 3 hours. This correlates to the truncation of my weight gains.
The problem with eating a high saturated fat and fructose diet is that it is kind of uncomfortable. It feels like the food is heavy in the stomach. Eating fruit for a couple meals is actually a kind of relief. I've never been a big fan a fruit but it sure works well this way.
I have no strict rules on raw fruit. I prefer raw fruit because I know it takes more energy to digest than cooked fruit. There may be other benefits to eating raw fruit but I'm not as certain about those. I can see this diet evolving into eating more fruit. But I don't see myself becoming a full-on fruitarian.
I am also seeing evidence of the benefit of reducing all dietary fat. It seems that there might be a magic fruit : fat ratio. It may be dependent on the individual and as to how radically lean one wishes to become. I'm sure one's activity level also plays a part in the calculation.