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Instead, he told The Sunday Telegraph, after studying diets, lifestyle and disease in 2, counties across China and Taiwan, he concluded the opposite – that plant-based diets dramatically and rapidly reduce heart disease, diabetes, cancer and obesity. I first noticed a change in Clinton’s eating habits when we were in Capetown, South Africa, back in July How do US presidents stay fit and active? Please return to AARP. The Founding Father developed a taste for French cuisine, grew a vast vegetable garden and cherished a farm-to-table diet. Kennedy — John F. CNN: Dr. Sections U. So he was surprised in when his LDL cholesterol the bad kind tested very high at After all, the eating habits of American presidents seem to mirror the ever-evolving diets of the American people, said Suzy Evans, a Newport Beach, California-based literary agent, historian and author of the forthcoming children’s book “Abraham Lincoln’s Lunch. Schepke, K.