Paul McCartney, the well known ex-Beatle, has showed up in the entertainment gossip columns discussing his interest in being a vegetarian. New Kerala.com has reported
on Jan. 26, 2013, Paul McCartney used to think vegetarians were wimps. When he was a kid McCartney thought that vegetarians were just softies.
McCartney has been quoted as saying, "Growing up in Liverpool, I'd have seen vegetarian as a wimp. We could be a prejudiced bunch." He has not eaten meat for 40 years and made this revelation while discussing his commitment to vegetarianism and his present involvement in a new ad campaign which promotes his late wife Linda's line of chilled, meat-free meals. McCartney has gone on to praise his late wife for playing a "massive part" in promoting the vegetarian lifestyle with her Linda McCartney Foods line, which McCartney says "kick-started a revolution of choice in the food industry."
The Huffington Post has also reported on Paul McCartney's commitment to being a vegetarian, My Life as a Vegetarian - Supporting Linda's Legacy. McCartney, who has been a vegetarian for a long time, has discussed how he has seen attitudes about eating meat changing all over the world. He has been pleased to see new research that shows more and more people are increasingly adopting 'meat free eating'. Major issues involved in McCartney's commitment to being a vegetarian dealing with healthy living and kindness to animals are well worth considering. He is firmly committed to supporting Linda's vision for healthy and humane meat-free living for more and more people.