Iconic Yoko Ono Tweets About Loving Dr. Greger's 'How Not To Die'

Has the veggie peace activist gone plant-based?
Has Ono shunned animal products altogether? (Photo: Facebook)

Artist and peace activist Yoko Ono has encouraged her nearly five million Twitter followers to read top plant-based physician Dr. Greger's bestselling book How Not To Die.

Taking to social media, John Lennon's widow, 84, writes: "Read Michael Greger's book How Not to Die - look after yourself better by wisely choosing better things to eat."

Ono, who is a known vegetarian, may now be following a plant-based diet after reading Dr. Greger's book.

The artist's advice was well-received by her online following (Photo: Twitter)


In response to Ono's tweet, user @mrsplantintexas commented: "So thankful that you posted this. Dr. @nutrition_facts  is an amazing human, and he is saving MANY lives daily!"

@ArtsCool added: "I have this book. Very helpful!"

"Great book!" replied @howmuchsomuch.


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