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Ex-Vegetarian Josh Hartnett Suffers Abdominal Pains — Too Much Meat?

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Josh HartnettLast October we broke the distressing news that Josh Hartnett had given up his nearly 20 year vegetarian diet after a doctor told him he HAD to eat meat. Obviously that doctor didn’t belong to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine!

A vegetarian since the age of 12, Hartnett said it wasn’t difficult for him to go back, saying, “It wasn’t hard at all – it’s actually pretty good stuff.”

But good FOR you?

Yesterday morning Josh was rushed to the emergency room at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles with severe abdominal pains. His publicist tells ET that Josh was kept for observation because of a gastrointestinal disorder. 

What do you think? Should Josh go back to his vegetarian ways to help prevent further hospital trips? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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  • hugo Paul Sips

    It could also be, that seeing the guys muscles which are pretty big and heavy I assume he has been weight lifting. For that kind of sport you need proteins. And since he is a vegetarian I assume he takes more supplements of proteins than non veggie weight lifters. Conclusion: Too much protein supplements can cause damage to you stomach. That’s a common problem

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