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Paul McCartney Plugs Meat-Free Monday On Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP

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petapaulGood news, Beatles fans. Sometimes veggie, Gwyneth Paltrow has invited Paul McCartney to write about Meat-Free Mondays on her site, Goop.com.

For those who don’t know, Goop.com was started by Gwyneth to discuss her use of alternative medicine, a good diet, meditation, and living an eco-friendly lifestyle. Although occasionally convoluted, we think Goop does a pretty nice job and we’re super excited to see Paul sharing his thoughts.

On the site, McCartney reveals:

‘It’s amazingly easy to take one day in your week, Monday or any other day, and not eat meat… All it means is that you have to think a bit about what you’ll eat that day but, in actual fact, far from being a chore, it’s a fun challenge.’

Wanna know more ? Visit Goop.com and explore the site!

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