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Clinton shows off trim look after switching to vegan diet

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Published on 18 Nov. 2012 1:09 AM IST
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He was once known for his love of junk food. But Bill Clinton’s efforts to slim down have clearly paid off.
The former US President, 66, looked remarkably trim as he left a plush London restaurant on Thursday night.
Mr Clinton had been enjoying a dinner with actor Kevin Spacey at the upmarket Scott’s seafood restaurant in Mayfair, after giving a speech in the capital.
The former president, formerly known for his love of burgers, barbecue and junk food, changed to a strict vegan diet in 2010 after fears over his health.
Clinton, 66, had quadruple bypass surgery in 2004 and then stent surgery in 2010.
He now follows a strict eating plan to improve his heart health.
He says he eats fruits, vegetables and beans, but no red meat, chicken or dairy.
His weight-loss was much commented-upon before his daughter Chelsea’s wedding, after which he said he had lost at least 24 pounds.
Hillary Clinton recently laughed off the furore which erupted after she was pictured with no make-up and apparently unwashed hair.
The Secretary of State, said: ‘You know, at some point, it’s just not something that deserves a lot of time and attention. I feel so relieved to be at the stage I’m at in my life right now... and if others want to worry about it, I let them do the worrying for a change’.

 
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