New book tells true stories from women who are changing the world with veganism
There are so many brilliant people on the front-line of veganism, leading the way and inspiring others in the process.
New book, Legends of Change, features true stories from real vegan women – entrepreneurs, doctors, nutrition experts, Olympic athletes and activists – intended to be told to real women, to show them that positive change is possible.
The women whose stories are featured include, Heather Mills (philanthropist), Ingrid Newkirk (PETA president), Fiona Oakes (multiple world record holder), Dr Angie Sadeghi and Dr Ruth Heidrich PhD, along with many more.
These women are all helping to lead the plant-based revolution, and hope to empower yet more women to continue it.
Compiled by Rebecca Frith, the collection of short stories highlights the positive impact that veganism and a plant-based lifestyle are having on humans, animal welfare and the environment on a global scale.
The snippets speak of transformations, disease reversals, athlete performance improvements, rescued animals, changed lives, and a whole host of other awesome changes that come as a result of living this compassionate lifestyle.
‘Changing The World’
Dr. Joanne Kong, who features in the book, says: “I am thrilled to be a part of the amazing community of vegan women who are truly changing the world.
“Our actions to create a more loving and peaceful world carry great power – I know that the stories in this book will inspire many around the globe to celebrate the most beautiful gifts we have to give to others… our sensitivity, kindness, LOVE and compassion.”