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Vegan Musician Erykah Badu Get Holistic Consultation And Prescribing License

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Think all Erykah Badu can do is music? YEAH RIGHT!!!! Earlier this year Ecorazzi told you that Erykah was getting certified in Reiki, and now it looks like she’s taking the holistic lifestyle one step further. In an recent interview with delphinefawundu.com, Badu revealed that she’s getting a license for holistic consultation and prescribing.

“I do holistic healing and health. I’m in the process of getting my license for holistic consultation and prescribing. I grow my own herbs, dry them and bottle them. I’m learning from trial and error as I go along. With my first child I made some mistakes with the holistic stuff. Puma my daughter she’s my second child, they’re both vegan vegetarians, organic babies from birth, natural births at home. I guess I’ve grown into being a vegan vegetarian. I’ve been a vegetarian since high school, 1989.”

When asked about what advice she might give to veggies who are worried about protein (jeez…enough with the protein thing already), Badu said, ” B12 kind of takes up a lot of the protein. The cows get it from the green vegetable so we can too. There are a lot of ways to get protein like from legumes, green vegetables some fruits. That’s the most important thing for vegetarians to get is the B12 and the protein.”

We’re pumped to see Badu approaching life with a “natural” frame of mind and look forward to hearing more about her holistic journey! Rock on, Erykah!

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