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Prevention Goes Meatless

The popular magazine profiles five women who cut meat from their diets.

An organic gardener, collectibles dealer, nurse, marketing consultant, and jewelry designer all nixed meat from their diets and spoke of their successes in Prevention Magazine’s article “Going Vegetarian: Five Women Who Gave Up Meat.” From health reasons to weight loss to animal rights, the five women profiled—three of whom are vegan—all found health and happiness through a veg diet. “In the past, when I ate a lot of meat, I used to feel like going to sleep right after a meal, or else I'd get a burst of energy but crash an hour later. Now my energy level is steady. I never feel depleted, even after running a couple of miles around the neighborhood,” Susan Kayne says of her vegan diet.

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