Vegan obsessive who 'aimed to live on water and sunlight' is charged after her 'starved infant son was left with developmental problems because she only fed him berries and nuts' 13 shares +3 Elizabeth Hawk, 33, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child for reportedly only feeding her 11-month-old son berries and nuts A mother who 'wanted to live on water and sunlight' in Pennsylvania is accused of starving her infant son by only feeding him berries and nuts. Elizabeth Hawk, 33, is charged in Fayette County with endangering the welfare of a child for allegedly denying her 11-month-old son enough food. Police and relatives say Hawk had extreme views on nutrition and only fed the boy berries and nuts, KDKA reported. 'She was going to live on water and sunlight,' said Brandy Hawk, the boy's aunt, to KDKDA. The infant, whose parents are separated, was showing a number of developmental issues — but Elizabeth reportedly said it was allergies. Scroll down for video +3 Elizabeth Hawk, 33, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child for allegedly denying her 11-month-old son enough food while caring for him in her Fayette County home (pictured) +3 The boy's aunt, Brandy Hawk (pictured), said the mom had extreme views on nutrition and wanted to 'live on water and sunlight' Doctors said he was malnourished when he arrived, Philly.com reported. The boy and his two siblings are now living with their father, Jerry Hawk. 'He's doing great,' Brandy told KDKA. 'He's turned completely around.' Elizabeth has been released on her own recognizance and will return to court in November.