Honestly, going vegan is not a bad way to go about things for an adult (not a child) if you monitor your intake, but not the best course of action for an NFL football player, especially someone who is going to get hit 50 times a game.
If Prince Fielder can be a vegetarian since high school, Arian Foster can be a vegan. For some reason I'm not totally surprised from a guy who dresses like this:
He's just putting his personal nutritionist on double-duty. Probably a bazillion supplements.
Last edited by ASG0531; 07-10-2012 at 09:55 AM.
... this is a non-issue ...
... watched an old episode of "Entourage" last night ... Vince suddenly became vegan to bang a hot broad ... as soon as she was out of the picture he was back to normal ...
I'm feeing a name-change coming on the horizon..."People feel so strong about meat and milk. I wish they felt this strong about peace," the two-time Pro Bowler wrote shortly after his original tweet.
However, being Vegan always seems like the wrong way to go about things. If you're really that concerned about farm animals, shouldn't you be supporting humane practices and small farms? Meh, whatever. I've seen so many people become vegan and fail miserably, and who want's to give up cheese anyway?
I would take Arian Foster on a laffy taffy diet over Shonn Greene.
On another note, I'm watching Aliens right now as I type this. For being "future" Marines, why do they have Vietnam era helmets? LOL. I know the movie was made in 1986, but still.
Who cares what another man eats? Consider me 'not interested' with this type of topic of discussion.