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Mark Ronson Goes Veg, Thanks Sir Paul McCartney

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It’s easier for some people to go vegetarian when they hang out with other vegetarians. Being around peers of similar tastes and interests can be very motivating and inspiring. Who could be more persuasive of the vegetarian lifestyle than Sir Paul McCartney? He recently inspired music producer, Mark Ronson to ditch meat from his diet.

Ronson was recruited to work on McCartney’s new album and hanging with the Beatle influenced him to make a change. Having free vegetarian meals during their work sessions didn’t hurt either!

“Did the experience (of working with McCartney) change me? Yes, it turned me into a vegetarian!” Ronson told Mojo magazine. “You have more energy, which you can see every day in Paul, he’s so driven.”

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