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Updated Partial List Of Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, & Fruitarians (tags)
Some abstain from mammal, bird and fish flesh. Others also say no to eggs and dairy. Still others are fruitarians because of plant sentience, highest acreage yield, healthiest food, least energy in production etc. These kind diets are expanding geometrically.
Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, And Fruitarians (tags)
This incomplete list of vegetarians, vegans and fruiitarians includes those who abstain from meat, fish and in some cases eggs, dairy, even nonfruits includes people motivated by animal rights, prevention of human disease, protection of the environment
Some Famous Vegetarians, Vegans And Fruitarians (tags)
A partial list of the world's hundreds of millions of practitioners of nonviolent diet There are 450 million vegetarians in India alone
CBS, Ford, Las Vegas, Kawasaki, Randy Houser, Country Radio Sponsor Rodeo Brutality (tags)
It's time for CBS, Ford, Kawasaki, Randy Houser, Clear Channel, the city of Las Vegas etc. to end their profiteering from blood sports causing deaths and injurieds to human beings and animals.
LeBron James Invited To Join These Vegan, Vegetarian And Fruitarian Champion (tags)
Carl Lewis, 10 Olympic golds, Roger Bannister and John Landy, 1st and 2nd men to break 4 minute mile, Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, tennis champions, Dick Gregory who ran 3000 miles across the US on a fruitarian diet, Hank Aaron, champion baseball player etc.
Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, Fruitarians (tags)
Millions more become vegetarian or vegan every year adding their names to the book of life for all. Mary Shelley, Clara Barton, Leonardo, Van Gogh, Einstein, Jesus the Essene, Angela Davis, Carl Lewis, Roger Bannister, John Landy, and hundreds of millions of others on the planet are vegetarian
A symbol of American manufacturing’s decline: Ford to slash 44,000 jobs (tags)
Ford Motor Company on Friday announced a plan to drastically downsize its North American operations, cutting about a third of its salaried employees and offering buyouts to all of its hourly workers in the United States. The move—an acceleration and intensification of the company’s “Way Forward” plan announced in January—is aimed at cutting annual operating costs by $5 billion.
Ford: Holding America Hostage to Oil (tags)
Environmental and Human Rights Activists Scale Downtown Skyscraper and Release Giant Banner to Protest US Oil Addiction