Two percent of Americans survive without meat or dairy products, according to a Gallup poll from July. Terry Romero, author of "Vegan Eats World: 300 International Recipes for Savoring the Planet," joins Krys Boyd at 1 p.m. for 'Think's first in-depth look at veganism. This point-counterpoint features the opinions of two scientists who debate the lifestyle and health implications of going vegan.
Do they know something everyone else doesn't? Far more Americans in a 2006 Gallup poll said they eat red meat and dairy regularly: 60% and 71%, respectively. But of course, that isn't necessarily confirmation of the benefits of meat and dairy: Good health, like good sense, does not always reside with the majority.