A few years ago, I was your typical office-worker: stressed out, uneven energy, overweight, and inconsistent complexion. Now I'm just your typical 28-year old urban hunter-gatherer on a quest to be healthy, and having a few adventures along the way. See my full bio.
Here's the full article on Bill Clinton's diet over the years. Clinton fell under the sway of low-fat charlatan Dean Ornish, and has since gone vegan. Let's be clear on one thing: anybody who stops eating processed foods (like the box of donuts referenced in the article) will show health benefits. It pretty much doesn't matter what system you choose.
And this certainly isn't a valid health criticism, but I will say this: Nobody else could ever emasculate Bill Clinton like the way he has emasculated himself with this vegan bullshit.
Are we in the Twilight Zone? Why is Lady Gaga wearing a meat dress and Bill Clinton eating like a vegan? The world turned upside down. Let's take a look at these three *major* developments in the celebrity food world.
1. Lady Gaga's meat dress
You've seen the pictures. Reports say that the dress was, in fact, made out of meat. And they're going to preserve the dress for posterity by -- you guessed it -- turning it into jerky. Needless to say, this would be a very dangerous dress to wear at a paleo event. Reminiscent of when Burger King released Flame by BK, the Whopper-scented cologne.
The bottom line: I'll stick with Camille Paglia's scorching assessment that Lady Gaga represents "the exhausted end of the sexual revolution". And not sexy in the slightest. What a waste of good meat.
The bottom line: It's a shame that so many liberals confuse political and ethical ideology with sound health advice. Feel free to have ethics inform your food decisions, but please don't confuse the two.
3. Snooki doesn't know what tofu is
Snooki, star of The Jersey Shore, recently said this:
"Tofu. I thought that was like touche. I didn't know it was a food."