A new article at Boston.com says:
Veganism is going mainstream — under a new, less rigid-sounding name: plant-strong. Bill Clinton says he’s switched to a “plant-based diet.” So has Mike Tyson and macho retired firefighter Rip Esselstyn, author of the best-selling Engine 2 Diet based on his efforts to convert his station house buddies to a vegan way of life.
Turns out that following a fiber-rich diet consisting mainly of whole grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables not only helps to reduce heart disease risk, but might even lead to a longer life.
And over at ABC there’s a video with Kathy Freston: