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Steve Wynn Continues To Speak Out About New Vegan Diet

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Ever since we found out that Steve Wynn went vegan, we’ve been obsessed with each and every detail of his transformation.

First, he required all the restaurants on his many properties to include vegan items on the menu. Next, he gave his entire staff a copy of Eating — a 88-minute movie that explains why a vegan diet is the way to go. Now, Wynn is speaking out about the dangers of animal protein to the Las Vegas Weekly.

“The notion that you need animal food as protein is one of the great conspiracies of bullshit by the government,” said Wynn. “Did we not all grow up saying we had to have four glasses of whole milk a day for healthy bones? It’s ridiculous. It’s liquid cholesterol.”

We love that such a powerful dude is preaching such an earth-healthy diet. Keep up the great activism!

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