Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants You to Stop Eating Meat and Go VEGAN!

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Jun 25 2016 - 4:31pm
Arnold Schwarzenegger Vegan

“Less meat, less heat, more life” is how the former governor approaches the controversial issue of going vegan for the environment, animal rights, and human health.

One of the best bodybuilders of all time campaigns for a vegan lifestyle! Arnold Schwarzenegger has teamed up with renowned filmmaker James Cameron to campaign for a vegan lifestyle. You may not believe it looking at the former Terminator and Governor of California, but Arnold is VEGAN!

“Less meat, less heat, more life” is how the former governor approaches the controversial issue of going vegan for the environment, animal rights, and human health.

One of the best bodybuilders of all time campaigns for a vegan lifestyle! Arnold Schwarzenegger has teamed up with renowned filmmaker James Cameron to campaign for a vegan lifestyle. You may not believe it looking at the former Terminator and Governor of California, but Arnold is VEGAN!

With a long history as a bodybuilder, Arnold has decided to step away from the butchers block for the environment, his health and to inspire you to do the same. On the heels of China making a strong announcement to cut back 50% on meat consumption, Arnold launched an ad campaign to educate the public on the negative effects consuming and producing meat has on our bodies and the environment. While this campaign was strongly focused on cutting back on carbon emissions, it is also a strong argument for plant based proteins.

Arnold says, “I'm slowly getting off meat, and I can tell you, I feel fantastic!"

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Veganism is not typically associated with body building because meat is such a strong source of protein, but it surely isn’t the only source. It also isn’t essential to build strength either. There is a growing community of vegan body builders who are leaner and more defined than their carnivorous counterparts and they sure are making waves of positive change for a variety of reasons.

He goes on to say, “As for how it will affect your fitness goals, it won’t. Meat is a great source of protein, but it’s not the only one. You can get it from combinations of beans and grains and, of course, supplements. Your muscles won’t know the difference. Bill Pearl was a vegetarian and he’s one of the greatest bodybuilders ever. You can be a bodybuilder and care about something that’s bigger than your own muscles.”

While Arnold was admittedly not a vegan or vegetarian during his glory days, he surely has had a change of heart.

“Less meat, less heat, more life” is how the former governor approaches the controversial issue of going vegan for the environment, animal rights, and human health.

What do you think? Would you go vegan to help the environment and your body?

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