WASHINGTON, D.C.—As the Omicron variant continues to cause a record number of infections, a new commentary in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition is calling for people to adopt a plant-based diet, which research shows can help reduce the risk of severe COVID-19 and mortality.
Updated: Feb 2, 2023
International food-awareness organization ProVeg International has launched a petition urging President Joe Biden and Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry to shift the country to a plant-centered food system amidst the global climate crisis. Please sign & share the petition
These must-watch vegan documentaries, short films, and movies on Netflix will open your mind and heart to living a plant-based, cruelty-free lifestyle.
It’s safe to say that plant-based food has never been more popular, and vegan documentaries are playing a major role. A study from DuPont Nutrition & Health found that on a global scale, 65 percent of people are consuming more plant-based foods and beverages. More people are ditching animal products altogether in favor of a vegan diet; the Veganuary campaign had a record-breaking run this year with more than 250,000 people partaking. Six out of 10 people who participated said they would stay vegan after the initiative was over.