Prevention Goes Meatless

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


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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.