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J Morris Hicks

J Morris Hicks

Posted August 24, 2013

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Bill Clinton connects "sustainability" and food choices.

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In the August/September Issue of AARP Magazine

When my copy arrived in the mail this week, two articles featured on the cover caught my attention. (See links to source articles below)

The first article (Bill Clinton. His Life-Saving Diet) provides highly creditable documentation of the uncanny power of a whole food, plant-based diet to reverse heart disease, promote vibrant health, end obesity, slash the nation's cost of healthcare and curb global warming. Not a bad start. From the beginning of the article:

My Lunch With Bill. Over a heart-healthy meal, President Clinton reveals how he came to crave his veggies---honest!---and how the rest of us can (and must) too.

The second article (Warren Buffett. On Money, Success, Happiness and Life) features a generous man with enough means ($59 Billion) to leverage Mr. Clinton's knowledge in a big way. With just a fraction of that number and a well-conceived PLAN, Mr. Buffett and Mr. Clinton could accomplish far more than the few huge, diet-driven benefits listed above. With Bill's leadership skills and Warren's money, these guys have what it takes accomplish the ultimate goal---ensuring the longterm sustainability of humanity. Continue reading this article.

—J. Morris Hicks, board member, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

 


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I wasn't impressed with the AARP article. What really annoys me is that ANYONE now who happens to sit down to a plant based meal, considers themselves vegetarian or vegan. Clinton is AN OMNIVORE! Fish is a living creature and declaring that one is Vegan who is not does a complete disservice to individuals such as myself who have been Vegan for 30 some years. Clinton occasionally enjoys a plant based meal and consumes fish on many other occasions. He is therefore, an Omnivore which is what all others who are not Vegan are. We need to start being truthful and honest and stop using silly meaningless terms such as "flexitarian" etc.

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i won to read anther post handphone samsung from you, you have best article

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