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Bill Clinton on why he eats a plant based diet

This is quite an interesting video showing an interview with Bill Clinton, where he talks about his change to a new and better lifestyle with a plant based diet.

After Bill Clinton had his bypass surgery, his arteries clogged up and he needed a stent. He didn’t want it to happen again, so he researched the topic, and found that 82% of heart patients who went on a plant based diet becomes healthy again. He changed his diet to a plant based one, and the video is an interview with him where he explains why and where his doctors, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn and Dr. Dean Ornish, explains more about the benefits and some of the research behind a plant based diet.


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