10 Famous Vegan Athletes

10 Famous Vegan Athletes

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Top 10 Vegan Restaurants Around the World 5 Reasons to Choose Raw Food Diet Samuel L. But here are only 10 examples of vegan athletes that are successful and satisfied with their vegan lifestyle. From my point of view they gives us a great examples that if you wan to be professional athlete you can do that with compassion to animals and be good at it. She has been diagnosed in 2011 with Sjogren’s syndrome, an auto-immune disease and she switched to be Vegetarian first. After some time she goes full vegan. She prefer raw food and she claims her diet has not only not affected her athletic ability, but has in fact improved her health immensely and she credits her diet change with helping manage Sjogren’s symptoms – and her impressive comeback after her diagnosis certainly confirms this. Williams says raw, organic foods are the key to maintaining her body at its optimum health, although she acknowledges the reality of how many calories athletes need, and admits that she eats pasta, bread, and rice before matches due to the often low caloric value of raw vegan foods. He was twice Canadian 50k champion in 2003 and 2004. Swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. Call it an honest day’s work for Brendan Brazier, professional Ironman triathlete. Considered one of the world’s most demanding sports, the Ironman presents a stern test of body, mind and spirit for professional and amateur athletes alike. In fact, for many Ironman contestants, just crossing the finish line means victory. He started being vegan in 2011 after hearing speech at Broward Colege. I also had a big misconception on animal nutrition. From that day on I decided to become vegan. It wasn’t easy at first, I stopped eating all land animal products and for 2 years I was 80% Vegan and 20% Pescatarian.

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