If you've ever wondered why only certain people develop anorexia – around four women in every thousand – when the vast majority of us are exposed to images of super-slim models and celebrities on an almost daily basis, not to mention social pressures to stay thin, London-based researchers may have the answer.
Hindus have applauded Heather Mills, model and Beatle Paul McCartney’s ex-wife, for launching a vegan café in United Kingdom. Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that more world celebrities should come forward to promote vegetarianism and persuade their fans to go vegetarian, thus contributing to a healthier world. Besides reducing greenhouse gas emissions, it was good for ethical and health reasons also.
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