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August 24, 2009

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Kim

After reading an article in the NY Times about the vegan low carb diet, I was inspired to do it. Like Tony, i'm at about 80%. I have lost weight consistently, had lots of energy, and my gout pretty much disappeared.

Thanks for brining this book to my attention. It, and the China Study, are now at the top of my "must read" list.

Chris G.

Hey, Tony Gonzalez is no fluke. Price Fielder, first basemen for the Milwaukee Brewers, went vegetarian last year (almost vegan like Gonzo). The result? This mountain of a man (6ft, 250lbs) has more power and strength than ever and now leads all of baseball in runs batted in and won baseball's 2009 Home Run Derby. Vegetarians and vegans make great athletes.

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