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CBS) No more burgers for Bubba. Bill Clinton says he's gone vegan.

 

The former president - and former heart patient - said in an interview with CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta that he had given up the fatty fare he used to eat and switched to fruits, vegetables, and beans. When asked if that made him a vegan, Clinton said, "I suppose I am, if I don't eat dairy or meat or fish."

 

Clinton didn't say whether he ate eggs or honey. True vegans avoid those foods as well as meat, fish, and dairy products, according to a definition posted by the Vegetarian Society.

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CBS) No more burgers for Bubba. Bill Clinton says he's gone vegan.

 

The former president - and former heart patient - said in an interview with CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta that he had given up the fatty fare he used to eat and switched to fruits, vegetables, and beans. When asked if that made him a vegan, Clinton said, "I suppose I am, if I don't eat dairy or meat or fish."

 

Clinton didn't say whether he ate eggs or honey. True vegans avoid those foods as well as meat, fish, and dairy products, according to a definition posted by the Vegetarian Society.

 

Good for him. It's a sensible way to improve his health, and combined with an active lifestyle, should serve him well.

 

 

 

I'm starting the shot clock right now. First cheeseburger, fried chicken, or bbq sighting and photograph by September 19, 2011

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