I’d guess that most people become vegetarian or vegan for health or ethical reasons, and it’s less likely that people would become a vegan for the sake of vanity alone.
Del Mar, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
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Today, Jenny Sangler at TheDailyRadish.com published their latest post, titled “70-year-old US grandmother discovers her fountain of youth”.
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In their latest blog post, Jenny Sangler introduces readers to Annette Larkins, a 70 year-old American who is often mistaken for being 30 years younger.
Jenny provides links to ABC News and other news websites about Larkins’ remarkable youthfulness.
With many women placing the fate of their looks in face cream and cosmetics, Jenny points out that Larkins places the cause of her youthfulness in her raw vegan diet.
“She grows fruit and vegetables in her garden, collects rainwater to drink and is an avid juicer” Jenny writes.
Jenny also includes some sound advice directly from Larkins herself:
“My diet consists of fruits, nuts, vegetables and seeds. I do a lot of sprouting of seeds…I am very vibrant, I have lots of energy, as I told you before, I am up no later than 5:30 in the morning as a rule, and I am ready to go.”
Following the advice, Jenny introduces readers to the argument of becoming a vegetarian for the benefit of good looks, rather than for ethical reasons. Jenny admits that Larkins presents a good case for her vegan choice, taking both her youthful looks and personality into consideration.
Concluding her post, Jenny admits that, while she wants to remain youthful in later life, it is not her main inspiration for adopting a vegetarian lifestyle.
“I honestly believe that my vegetarian diet increases my body’s energy levels and gives me a clearer mind. Since I gave up meat and included more fresh, living foods in my diet, I’ve banished lethargy and brain-fog” she says, discussing how her lifestyle choice will hopefully continue to benefit her as she grows older.
Finally, Jenny invites her readers to submit their own comments on stories about the pleasant side-effects of vegetarianism.
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