So former President Bill Clinton gave a lengthy speech at the Democratic National Convention last night, the particulars of which you can find many other places if you’re so inclined. Here at Blisstree, we’re gonna focus on Clinton’s looks. Because he looked good, didn’t he? And most people are attributing it to his vegan diet. Actress Oliva Wilde called him a #veganfox on twitter, and quite a few people tweeted that Clinton might be veganism’s best advertisement. More
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His wife may be busy taking body-snarking jabs from the media about her weight and her lack of make-up (gasp!), but instead of rushing to her rescue, Bill Clinton is busy meditating. In fact, the former president has hired himself a Buddhist monk to help him relax and forget all about those nasty media folks (who weren’t so kind to him either, back in the day). More
Look out Jamie Oliver, Bill Clinton may be taking over your job!
The former president has announced a new initiative to get kids healthier and provide more nutritious lunch options at 13,000 schools across the country. As part of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, the William J. Clinton Foundation has partnered with the American Heart Association to reduce childhood obesity nationwide by 2015 and get kids moving and eating better. More
When we think of Bill Clinton, “the picture of perfect health” are probably not the first words (or any words) that come to mind. But after decades of an unhealthy lifestyle (complete with jogging to McDonald’s with reporters during his stint at the White House) we have to give him props for trying to turn things around with his newly-adopted vegan diet. And even though many people wondered if he would stick to it, he told Matt Lauer this morning exactly why he is. More
Bill Clinton Honored by Animal Rights Org. – The former Commander in Chief was named PETA’s Person of the Year of 2010, for publicly promoting the health benefits of a plant-based diet. (MindBodyGreen) More
Check out this post by Kyle Stack on That’s Fit.
I’m not your typical dietary subject. After all, I’m 5-foot-10, 160 pounds, and I’m fit and lean from the time I spend in the gym. At 27 years old, I had never been on a diet — I eat what I like and what I feel is generally healthy. Yet the way I consume food has been altered considerably after spending nine days on a heart-protective diet.
My editor approached me about trying the diet proposed by Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. in his book “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease.” The diet takes seriously all the food and drinks that pose a risk to a person’s long-term health, specifically heart disease. In that respect, this diet is seen often as a last-ditch resort for people at risk for heart complications, among other health problems. More
FitSugar posted a poll today asking if readers were surprised about Bill Clinton’s new vegan diet. So far, readers were surprised — us included. Apparently Bill is adopting a plant-based diet to try and improve his cardiovascular health, which, after years of eating red meat (photo op at McDonald’s, anyone?) could use some help. More
If former prez Bill Clinton were to throw a party, and wanted to invite the two most random people he could think of, who would they be? Did you guess Justin Bieber and Usher? Then you would be right. But … More
1995. Clinton was president, the Macarena was huge, and 8-Minute Abs hit shelves. Back before high-speed Internet, toning up involved a VHS tape featuring men in spandex. Well, today you can have your stretchy fibers – without all the hassles … More
Like the Clintons just might do on Saturday, July 31, 2010. A cool $2 mil is the purported figure that Bill and Hillary are rumored to be spending on Chelsea’s upcoming wedding when the former first daughter and Marc Mezvinsky … More
Patrick Sauer is funny. This is his second “Read It Like a Man” weekly column for Blisstree. Read the first installment here. Chapter 2: Conspiracy Theories The Overton Window is a political theory that goes something like this: Previously unaccepted … More