Thursday, October 25, 2007

Happy World Vegan Day - Pass it on!

Wishing you very best wishes for an ethical, environmentally friendly and healthy

World Vegan Day - 1st November


If you do nothing else, please vote in the World Vegan Day poll and please sign the petition

For Life, Health, Planet

WorldVegan Day Petition

World Vegan Day Poll

World Vegan Day Veganize a Pizza Campaign

World Vegan Day 1st November

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Organic Athlete - Super Vegans


Looking for Vegan athletes? Here's a whole website of super vegan supervegans .......

katie Coryell pro surfer - vegan athlete

Erica O'Connor, Inline Skater
Brent Poulsen, Triathlete
Jennifer Argenti, Surfer
Duncan Seko, Runner and Cyclist
James Southwood, Savate Martial Artist
Wendy Gabbe, Basketballer & Duathlete
Catherine Johnson, Elite Cyclist
Rob Bell, Inline Skater
Tim VanOrden, Mountain Runner
Schulyer Love, Boxer
Maria Vlasak, Elite Duathlete
Molly Cameron, Pro Cyclist
Scott Jurek, Ultramarathoner
Kenneth Williams, Pro Bodybuilder
Katie Coryell, Pro Surfer
Christine Vardaros, Pro Cyclist
Tonya Kay, Dancer
Robert Cheeke, Bodybuilder
Adam Myerson, Pro Cyclist
Brendan Brazier, Pro Triathlete
Jason Sager, Pro Mountain Biker

See their profile pages at

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

72 Year Old Vegan Mr America 72-Year-Old Bodybuilder Going Strong

Jim Morris: Vegan Mr America - Black is truly beautiful and fit - even at 72

"I feel fabulous, honestly," said Jim Morris. "I don't take any medications, I don't have any pain. All my joints are wonderful."

But how does he keep the physique? He still works out for an hour a day, six days a week. And his diet is made up of nuts, beans, fruits, and vegetables. That means no meat, no chicken, no fish, and according to Jim, cheese is the worst.

He shares more of the mind behind his muscle in this month's "Iron Man" magazine. He's the oldest man ever to be featured.

"People say you look so good for your age. I don't think so. I think this is the way 70 should look," said Jim.

vegan Mr America 72 - 30 years ago but he still looks nearly this good

See the Jim Morris Website at

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

PETRA NEMCOVA goes vegan

NEWS NEMCOVA'S FISH FEAR TURNS HER VEGAN Music, movie & Entertainment News

PETRA NEMCOVA Czech super model and survivor of the Tsunami (by hanging onto a palm tree)has now gone vegan.

She tells Britain's Closer magazine, "I recently became vegan because I'm going green and not eating fish.
"They say if we keep fishing like we are, there will be no more fish left."

Monday, July 02, 2007

Super vegan superfoods Banned!

Healthy Eating , Nutrition and Health News

Whilst people get sicker and sicker due to bad diets the EU is busy trying to discourage you eating supervegan superfoods ! Now that's sick!

Monday, June 25, 2007

Super Vegan Firemen

World Vegetarian And Vegan News: Vegan Firemen - Healthy Firefighters

These guys are the real fantastic four! Four Vegan Fireman from Austin Texas

The firefighters of Team C at Firehouse 2 — Rip Esselstyn, James Rae, Matt Moore, Derick Zwerneman and Scott Walters — now eat vegan, taking turns whipping up plant-based fare like meatless and cheeseless pizza, pasta primavera and spinach enchiladas.


Super Vegan rock climber - Steph Davis

Author shares love of rock climbing - Living - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington

Vegan Steph Davis is a real life spiderman and no coincidence that like Toby Maguire who brought the Hollywood spiderman to life, she says she owes her success to a vegan diet.

Steph Davis 34, who lives part of the year in Yosemite and part in Moab, Utah, is one of the top rock climbers in the world, and the second of only two women to solo climb Yosemite's El Capitan.

"When I was younger, I was into strength training, but five years ago, I found that time spent doing yoga is much more beneficial. You're always trying to do a different move with the least amount of energy, and other times, you're trying to rest one body part, so if you've trained your muscles to relax in odd positions, you save a lot of energy."

Steph Davis found veganism indirectly, by trying a lot of different diets, as many athletes do. She remembers being sure that one diet she wouldn't use was veganism.

"Climbers have always said that you need animal protein to climb," she says, "But I tried all these different things, and at one point I did a cleansing fast of about a week, and when it was time to start again, everything was unappealing. But after a couple of weeks, I found that I was eating vegan.

"So I went with it. And strangely, I started to make these leaps in my climbing and even in running. That's when I free-climbed El Cap in a day. Then I climbed even better in Patagonia.

"With the one diet that wasn't going to work! So that was a lesson to me."