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"The Biggest Loser" Trainer Bob Harper Offers Advice On Vegan Lifestyle

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What can we say? Every since hearing that The Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper went vegan last year, we’ve been so insanely impressed with his outspoken behavior.

Earlier this year, the famous trainer was crowned PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian of 2010 and is currently working with Farm Sanctuary as their official Walk for Farm Animals spokesperson.

Just this week, Harper answered some fan questions on his site MyTrainerBob.com. Not only did he talk about his veganism, but he talked about it a lot and offered some healthy, plant-based dietary advice.

“I think living a vegan lifestyle is a really great and healthy way to live,” said Harper. “You’ve got to really watch your protein, of course. I recommend getting it from beans, or nuts, hemp protein, green pea protein, fermented soy is a really good product for you, too.”

We concur! Want to find out what else Bob has to say? Check out the video below and stop by MyTrainerBob.com. Keep up the great work, my man!

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