Fitness Trainer ‘Naturally Stefanie’ Answers ‘Mean Tweets’ With PETA
Vegan fitness trainer and cookbook author Stefanie Moir, aka “Naturally Stefanie”, hits back at Twitter trolls and debunks myths in a new PETA video – all while showing the world what it means to be powered by plants:
In the video, Stefanie doesn’t just flex her muscles but also her knowledge on all things vegan, reminding viewers that “[her] gains don’t need to be an animal’s loss”.
The plant-powered fitness influencer and entrepreneur has an impressive Instagram profile full of fitspo and home workouts to suit everyone – she even has tips for those self-isolating during the COVID-19:
Stefanie has also just released her first book, Naturally Stefanie, a vegan fitness bible. It’s jam-packed with delicious vegan recipes, self-care rituals, workout tips, and more.
Like Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Lewis Hamilton, and many other vegan athletes, she’s inspiring viewers to follow her lead by smashing vegan stereotypes.
Why Are Athletes Going Vegan?
More and more athletes around the globe are ditching meat, eggs, and dairy in favour of beans, tofu, quinoa, and spinach – but why?
Vegan eating is the winning formula for any athlete:
- Vegan food provides us with all the protein, complex carbohydrates, and other nutrients we need to get stronger and faster.
- Cutting out animal-derived foods improves cardiovascular health as well as recovery time in endurance athletes.
- Plant-based food boosts our immune system, making us less susceptible to flu and other illnesses.
- Vegan food is 100% cholesterol-free, meaning it is healthier for our arteries and helps keep our hearts working properly.
- Each person who chooses to go vegan spares nearly 200 animals every year daily suffering and a violent, bloody death in today’s meat industry.
If Professional Athletes Can Go Vegan, So Can You
Not vegan yet? What are you waiting for? Joining Stefanie in choosing compassion over cruelty has never been simpler.
It’s easy to find animal-free pre-workout fuel, bulk-friendly snacks, and protein-packed foods – and eating vegan is the winning formula for competitive athletes and everyday gym-goers alike: