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Animals and the planet depend on us, and actor Maggie Q wants us to know what we can do to help.
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World-Class Extreme Athlete Tells How Switching to a Healthy, Humane Diet Allowed Her to Attain Her Peak Performance
Angeles -- High off the ground, scaling a vertical rock formation, renowned
climber Steph Davis appears in a brand-new ad for PETA that reads,
"I am a rock climber, a base jumper, and an extreme athlete, and I am a
vegan." The ad also says, "A vegan diet is the best thing that you
can do for your health, for the planet, and for animals. Go vegan."
been vegan for about eight years. At first, I was just trying to find a better
eating style for climbing," says Davis in a video testimonial
about her energy-boosting vegan diet, which has benefits that have surprised
even her. "After two weeks, I was having performance increases in everything
I was doing, including running," says Davis, who is seen climbing and then
base jumping from Utah's daunting Hindu Tower in the video.
vegan can help build strength, slim the waistline, boost energy, and lower the
risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. A vegan diet provides athletes
with all the protein, complex carbohydrates, and other nutrients that they need
to become stronger and faster—without the artery-clogging cholesterol and
saturated fats found in meat, eggs, and dairy products.
a prAna ambassador, has also designed a
one-of-a-kind chalk bag that says, "prAna to benefit PETA." Three of
the new bags are prizes in a contest on PETA.org.
joins a growing list of athletes—including Ultraman Rich Roll, Olympic
snowboarder Hannah Teter, Ironman triathlete Brendan Brazier, four-time Mr.
Universe Bill Pearl, "Olympian of the Century" Carl Lewis, and NFL
star running back Arian Foster, among many others—who have gone vegan in order
to be at the top of their games.
more information, please visit PETA.org.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.