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Animal Agriculture Branded 'Leading Cause Of Climate Change' In New Report
Published by Dr. Sailesh Rao, Executive Director of Climate Healers and Executive Producer of documentaries including What The Health and Cowspiracy, the white paper states animal agriculture accounts for an estimated 87 percent of annual greenhouse gas emissions. Read the full article here.
Plant-Based Diet Slashes Heart Attack And Stroke Risk, Experts Claim
The research, which has been published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, showed people who ate the most plant-based foods overall had a 16 percent lower risk of having a cardiovascular disease such as heart attacks, stroke, heart failure, and other conditions - and their risk of dying from a cardiovascular disease was slashed by nearly a third. Read the full article here.
Hunter Goes Vegan: 'I Love Animals And Don't Want To Hurt Them Anymore'
Former hunter Terry first went plant-based to tackle his colitis and is now a proud vegan and animal advocate. Speaking to Million Dollar Vegan, terry said: "It may seem odd to say you're thankful for getting a disease, or contracting a disease, but that's what's opened my eyes to the horrors that are going on in the animal agriculture industry. So I guess I am thankful for it because now I don't really suffer from it and I don't contribute to the horrors of the agriculture industry." Read the full article here.
5 Amazing Times Joaquin Phoenix Was Extra Vegan
Joaquin Phoenix is no stranger to veganism. The Joker star stopped eating animal products when he was just three-years-old, after witnessing the barbaric slaughter of fish. Since then, he has worked tirelessly with different organizations to promote a message of compassion and animal rights. Read the full article here.
Vegans & Vitamin B12: The Ultimate Guide
The truth is, it’s hard to get enough vitamin B12 from foods alone, even if you eat animal products. For us vegans, there are two options – fortified foods or supplements. Vitamin B12 is produced by growing bacterial cultures and extracting it from them (Fang et al., 2017). The process is the same whether it’s B12 for supplements or food fortification. Read the full article here.
5 World-Class Athletes Who Are Smashing It On A Plant-Based Diet
Plant-based diets have been hogging the spotlight recently, as more people learn about the health, environmental, and ethical benefits of ditching animal products. Driving some of the growing interest in herbivorous diets is the success of some world-class athletes, who are performing at the highest levels of their discipline - while eschewing animal foods. Read the full article here.
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