Tomorrow Is World Vegan Day!

Each year on November 1st people all around the world come together to celebrate the animal lives they have saved and the good they have done the planet by going vegan. By refusing to consume animal bodies, milk, eggs, skin, fur and feathers, every vegan saves around 100-200 animal lives per year – which adds up to billions worldwide.

If you have always wanted to do more to help cows, sheep, chickens, turkeys, pigs, fish, ducks, geese and other beings, there isn’t a more compassionate way to do it. You’d also be doing the planet and your own health a favour along the way.

Need some inspiration? Take a look at these documentaries:

Save animals - Watch Earthlings

Save your health - Watch Forks Over Knives

Save the Planet - Watch Cowspiracy

Be motivated - Watch ‘The Best Speech Ever’ (Gary Yourofsky)

Be inspired – Watch ‘Animals Should Be Off The Menu’ debate (Phil Warren)

If you’re in Auckland, come along to the vegan picnic

To find more information or a vegan event in your part of the country, check out The Vegan Society and Go Vegan.

Think you’re ready to go vegan? Take the 30 day challenge to find out how easy it is – with plenty of resources and information to help you along the way:


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