Veganuary hitting the headlines

| 4 January 2016
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Veganuary aims to reduce the suffering of animals by inspiring and supporting people across the globe to go vegan for the month of January.

Veganuary has taken the media by storm this week appearing in The Guardian, The Telegraph and the Daily Mail as well as many other smaller news websites.

If you care about animals, your health, the environment and the planet then there has never been a better time to act. The Veganuary team offer support and advice in all areas including meal plans, shopping guides, recipes and nutrition facts.

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Viva! and Viva! Health campaign all-year-round to promote veganism and offer the free 30 Day Vegan program where we’ll email you every day for 30 days with:

  • Tasty, healthy meal plans
  • Celebrity vegan inspiration
  • Nutritional advice
  • Health information

With this much information, help and support, there has never been a better time to go vegan! 

About the author
Dr. Justine Butler
I joined Viva! as a health campaigner in 2005 after graduating from Bristol University with a PhD in molecular biology. My scientific training helped me research and write numerous reports, guides and fact sheets for Viva! including Meat the Truth, Fish-Free for Life, One in Nine (breast cancer and diet) and the substantial report on the detrimental health effects of consuming dairy; White Lies. This accompanied Viva!’s report The Dark Side of Dairy which spelt out the inherent cruelty of dairy farming. We were the first UK group to take on the dairy industry in this way, and many of our supporters go vegan after reading these reports.

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