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Matt Frazier

Matt Frazier is a marathoner and ultra-runner from Baltimore.  His life as an endurance athlete changed when he found that he could run longer and faster on a vegetarian diet.  After going vegetarian in March 2009, Frazier qualified for the prestigious Boston Marathon with a time of 3:09:59, more than an hour and a half faster than he ran his first marathon.  Since that time, he has run two 50-mile ultra-marathons, and he has plans to one day run a 100-miler.

Frazier shares training tips and vegetarian recipes on his site, No Meat Athlete.  When he's not running, cooking, or blogging, Frazier's a full-time graduate student working on his Ph.D. in applied math.  He also enjoys reading, gambling, music, and brewing beer.  Frazier lives in Maryland with his wife and son. His two beautiful dogs, both adopted from the SPCA, are a constant source of inspiration to help spread the joys of eating less meat.

You can learn more about the ins and outs of endurance training on a vegetarian diet when you sign up for Frazier's free e-course on his web site,

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