No Meat Athlete for quite a while now; obviously, the combination of distance running and a plant-based diet appeals to me. And although he's experimented with a vegan diet several times and eats a minimal amount of dairy and eggs, he's always called himself vegetarian rather than vegan . . . until now.
His journey reminds me much of my own, reducing dairy more and more until one day, for ethical reasons, I decided I was done with it completely. I've shared my story in the past, but you can read his here now.
I especially appreciated the part where he expressed concern about sharing the ethical side of his decision on his blog, as I always feel much the same way. I struggle to find the line between sharing what works for our family while still providing information useful to everyone - no matter what their dietary choices may be. Because I know that healthy, happy kids is what we all truly want.