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For 30 Days, It’s All GOOD

Written by PETA | June 2, 2011

The good folks at GOOD magazine want to “live well and do good,” which makes their June 30-Day Challenge quite fitting: Members of the GOOD staff are going vegetarian (or, in some cases, vegan) for the next month, and they’re inviting their readers to join in the fun

“It’s fast becoming a well-known fact that eating less meat is good for the earth,” writes GOOD senior editor Cord Jefferson. “Authors from Upton Sinclair to Jonathan Safran Foer have detailed the horrific animal cruelty and human-rights abuses associated with factory farming and meat processing. And most doctors will tell you that eating fewer animal products is simply better for your health.”

Check out the 30-Day Challenge, order a free PETA vegetarian/vegan starter kit, and join the GOOD staff in doing a whole lotta good.

Written by Michelle Sherrow

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  • meat-lover says:

    PETA would be much more receptive to the general public if they would realize that you can promote the better treatment of animals without being vegan. I know that sounds like an oxymoron to alot of you but dweeling on vegan only is only making PETA look like a bunch of freaks. Honestly, show up at any family function where some great grilling is going on and do your speech on veganism and see how many throw their steaks in the trash and join you, none. Now try just talking about what they can do to stop animal cruelty and you will have an audience. Protecting animals and veganism is too different issues.

  • Alice says:

    its great that all these people are also becoming vegetarian. But wouldnt it be great if the people that said ‘i will only eat meat on the weekends’ didnt eat it atall? 🙂 :).

  • MA Moore says:

    Love it! Go Vegan for life =)