‘You Are What You Eat’ – 5 Key Takeaways From The New Netflix Series

Netflix’s new Series ‘You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment’ is based on the groundbreaking study by Stanford Medicine about 22 pairs of identical twins and examines the impact of food choices.

The documentary explores the benefits and disadvantages of an omnivore and vegan diets. Stanford’s nutrition scientist, Christopher Gardner, chose to work with twins to control for genetics and similar lifestyle choices.

5 Incredible Athletes Powered By Plants

Documentary shattering the myth that athletes need to eat protein from animal products to gain muscle and strength.

Every day vegan athletes participate in demanding competitions proving the power of plants that helps them stay healthy.

The Moral Dilemma Of Eating Dogs

There are approximately 700 million dogs in the world. But some people estimate that number is actually closer to 1 billion dogs!

Chestnut horse on the paddock during golden hour susnet

The Live Export of Horses And Their Slaughter Must End

The live export of horses from Canada and their slaughter must end. Canada plays a huge role in the horse meat market with thousands of live horses exported from Manitoba and Alberta every year. In many cases shipment of live horses to Japan exceeded the legal 28-hour limit without food, water or rest.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Greyhound Racing

Commercial greyhound racing is nothing like meeting up with a friend at the park and having your dogs “race” and chase a ball or frisbee to see which pup gets it first. The truth about greyhound racing will shock you. Dogs in the industry are confined to dirty cages, become badly injured, are given illegal drugs, artificially inseminated, neglected, and horribly abused.

Esther The Wonder Pig, A Forever Legacy

It’s not every day a pig inspires a nation, yet that’s exactly what Esther The Wonder Pig did during her short time on earth. At the age of 11, Esther passed away in her sleep on October 19 with her dad by her side.