Former Beatle John Lennon was an avid practitioner of the macrobiotic way of eating, although according to Rolling Stone magazine in an interview with him shortly before his death in 1980, he was known to chow down on an occasional Hershey’s chocolate bar with almonds.
Macrobiotic is a pescatarian diet (which means the only animal protein allowed is fish). You can also eat organic vegetables, grains, and beans that are local to your area. Original tenets were assumed that you lived where you were born. Practitioners eschew calorie counting and focus instead on an ideal “equation” of 60% whole grains, 30% vegetables, and 10% beans, tofu, or seaweed. The plan allows for fresh seafood, fruit and nuts, but no more often than three times per week.