The 42nd president of the United States explains how we can — and for our health must — learn to love eating vegetables, too.
From the AARP’s Healthy Living Blogg
By Joe Conason
Photo by Ben Baker
When Bill Clinton invited me to lunch in May, I knew better than to expect fried catfish or barbecued ribs. The former president is now a devoted vegan, meaning no meat, fish or dairy products, and he has pursued a healthier way of life for more than three years. While I figured our lunch menu might be bland, that would be a small price to pay for private time with a world leader who is anything but.
Read the full AARP article by Joe Conason.