Chocolate, cheese, chicken and meat – driving deforestation!
Don’t be misled by the bizarre claims made by a supposed “health expert” bent on promoting meat and dairy
In a shocking piece of lazy journalism, a study from last year is overplayed, again.
The biggest review of all large-scale studies to date finds red and processed meat increase the risk of heart disease, according to research from the University of Oxford.
Picking one or two plant foods to try and suggest that a vegan diet is environmentally damaging is wrong and smacks of desperation.
News headlines this week imply plant-based burgers are nutritionally inferior to grass-fed beef – but that not what the study found.
A ground-breaking study has just been published by the BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health journal and its results confirm what Viva! have been saying for months – a vegan diet can slash your risk of severe Covid-19.
Another new strain of bird flu has made the jump from birds to humans – this time it’s a virus called H10N3. Could the next one cause the next pandemic?
Writing in the Telegraph, journalist Clare Finney explains why she gave up being a vegetarian and started eating meat for the planet – but her argument doesn’t stand up. A vegan diet is best for your health and the planet.