Painted head to toe in gold, three of PETA’s awesome activists showed off their giant medals in London today, urging people to “Go for the Gold: Go Vegan”. Their point? That throwing meat, eggs and dairy products out of your diet is the best thing that you can do for your health – whether you’re a top-rung Olympian or a couch potato.
A number of athletes – including nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis and Britian’s own Fiona Oakes, who ran 151 miles across the Sahara Desert in the world’s toughest … Read more.
You won’t find too many vegetarian seniors whiling away the time in a rocking chair. Fitness experts, nutritionists and physicians around the world have concluded that a low-protein vegetarian diet may be the key to a long, healthy life – just look at Fauja Singh! “The Turbaned Tornado” – the oldest marathon runner in the world – ran the London Marathon three weeks after his 101st birthday. How did he do it? Simple: by walking or jogging every day and by sticking to a vegetarian diet.
Plant-based foods are cholesterol-free … Read more.
Here’s a sobering fact: heart disease is the single biggest killer of men. That’s right – more deadly than car crashes and cancer, heart disease is the number-one cause of premature death among men in the UK. Why are we telling you this? Because you can help prevent the vast majority of cardiovascular diseases – and other degenerative illnesses, for that matter – simply by adopting a plant-based diet.
Today marks the start of Men’s Health Week, a week designed to get men to start thinking seriously about their health, well-being … Read more.
Go vegan! On World Health Day, what better time to look at improving your health in one simple step? Especially as this year’s theme is “ageing and health”. On average, vegans are slimmer, trimmer and healthier than meat-eaters are. Their risk of getting some of today’s biggest killers such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer and strokes is much lower and their life expectancy is higher. Just see what a meat-free diet can do for you!
Add to that the fact that you will be saving the lives of around 100 … Read more.
Just days after scoring a Guinness World Record for being the oldest person to complete a marathon, 100-year-old runner Fauja Singh finds himself with another first: he’s the oldest person to star in a PETA ad campaign!
Fauja made headlines around the world when he completed the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Sunday. He rediscovered his passion for distance running at age 81 – crediting his vegetarian diet with giving him awe-inspiring stamina and longevity. A perfect entrant to PETA’s vegetarian hall of fame!
“Fauja’s vitality is an inspiring demonstration of the … Read more.