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Follow our live coverage of the US election aftermath. It’s not for animal rights reasons or to reduce his environmental impact — though he thinks they’re both worthy causes. It’s because he’s a Seventh-day Adventist. His Christian denomination has promoted healthy living and abstinence from alcohol, tobacco and recreational drugs since its inception in the s. And so, the church doesn’t mandate, but advocates a whole-food, plant-based diet. Meat-free diets aren’t always nutritious, says Mr Rankin, who struggled with weight problems for decades.