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Glenn Beck Goes Vegan, Hell Begins To Freeze Over

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I’d rather do a whole lot of unpleasant things (i.e. pour sand in my ears, try to run UP a down escalator, etc.) than listen to anything Glenn Beck has to say. But the conservative talk-show host has thrown us all a curve ball and gone vegan, go figure.

Apparently he has changed his lifestyle for health reasons, and on top of that he’s cutting out gluten and sugar. This is a tall order for anyone, but for Beck it is “vomitus” and “apocalyptic.”

Or at least that’s what he claimed on the air of his nationally syndicated radio show.

“I had a glass of wheat grass last night,” he said. “I actually drank this stuff and I ended up with a blade of grass in my mouth, I’m not kidding you, it is awful.”

His veg diet began in February, but it sounds like it’s not going so well for him. “I’m eating crap,” the 47-year-old said, “I don’t even know.”

Hopefully, Beck will be able to stick with the diet and become a little more open-minded about the vegan options out there. Obviously it’s completely false and extreme to call a veg lifestyle “apocalyptic” but then again, that is Glenn Beck for ya!

Check out a video clip of Beck talking about his new veg lifestyle below.

Via Vegetarian Star


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