Eating just one serving of freshwater fish each year could be equivalent to drinking water polluted with ‘forever chemicals’ for an entire month.
Even when they’ve decided to cut out meat and dairy, many people continue to eat fish believing that it is an essential part of a healthy diet. But the truth is, there is no evidence to suggest a diet including fish is superior to a wholefood plant-based one.
Viva! has launched a new campaign which will make even the most hardened of consumers squirm
Join Viva! as we tour the UK, warning fish-eaters that they may be getting more than they bargained for when buying fish… a side of lice!
Search for ‘images of prawns’ on any search engine. Almost everything that comes up will present prawns in the context as something to be eaten. You’ll find them skewered, boiled or fried. It’s hard to find even a single image of a prawn who is alive. It clearly represents the predominant way in which we view prawns and shrimp; not as living creatures, but as food for humans.