Bill Clinton, 66, was never particularly known to his countrymen for healthy and good eating habits when he lived in the White House, unlike the new Obama roommates, who have embarked on a veritable crusade against bad lifestyles and 'obesity.
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Bill Clinton, 66, he was never particularly known to his countrymen for healthy and good eating habits when he lived in the White House, unlike the new Obama roommates, who have embarked on a veritable crusade against bad lifestyles and obesity.
But now, the former president, who struggled with severe heart disease, is one of the best examples of how changing your diet can improve health and extend life. How can this be done? Simple, the best way is to become vegan, a choice that is good not only for health, as Clinton says, but also for animals and the environment. The food breakthrough was told in an interview recently released to AARP magazine.
Of course, there has been talk of his decision to switch to a plant-based diet. Clinton explains: “I realized that I was a high-risk person and no longer wanted to deceive myself. I wanted to live long enough to be a grandfather. So I decided to choose the diet that in my opinion would maximize my chances of living long ".
And he started by eliminating meat and dairy products, opting for whole grains, many vegetables and legumes, However, initially allowing himself a little fish every now and then. Over time, the former president assures us, this too has been eliminated. Now weighs less, feels "great" and full of energy. Was that the hardest food to give up? Yogurt and cheeses. But it was worth it, word of the former president. And of his battered heart of him.
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