Plant-based diet to be strong and healthy

Patrik Baboumian, the strongest man in Germany, is a vegan. Lots of other athletes adopt plant-based diet, such as the mixed martial arts fighter Mac Danzig, the Detroit Tigers home run slugger Prince Fielder, the golfer Phil Mickelson, the arm-wrestler Rob Bigwood, the tennis greats Martina Navratilova and Billy Jean King and the boxer Mike Tyson, as well as the ultra-distance athletes Rich Roll and Scott Jurek.
Patrik Baboumian, the strongest man in Germany, is vegan. Lots of athletes adopt plant-based diet, such as the mixed martial arts fighter Mac Danzig, the Detroit Tigers home run slugger Prince Fielder, the arm-wrestler Rob Bigwood, the ultra-distance athletes Rich Roll and Scott Jurek, the boxer Mike Tyson and the tennis greats Martina Navratilova 🙂

Many people mistakenly forge a strong link between eating meat and being strong, which is a huge mistake.  Some people have concern about being vegan might be in lack of protein.  In fact, with a balanced and varied diet, vegetarians could easily meet sufficient protein intake.  The strongest man in Germany, Patrik Baboumian, is a vegan and so do many other vegetarian athletes, which proves people can be strong with a balanced vegetarian diet (1/3 legume completed with 2/3 cereals concerning proteins ;)).  Most of mankind for most of human history has lived on vegan, vegetarian or near-vegetarian diet. Human are not physically created to eat meat!

More and more people are turning vegetarian or vegan, with a rising concerns over environment, animal rights and their own health (vegan proteins are effectively more healthy for bones, skin and our heart).  Bill Clinton, Natalie Portman, Alanis Morissette or Jason Mraz are just a few of the celebrities who have adopted a vegan diet.

 Would we reduce (or stop) meat consumption to be more healthy/handsome, help defend animal welfare and reduce critical effects of climate change?