It seems strange to think that there was a big chunk of my life when I never thought about animals dying in agonising pain to end up as a strip of brown stuff on my plate. That kind of thing seemed so normal.
Almost one in two of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. Why is it
rampaging out of control and how can we fight it? To find out, Viva! founder Juliet
Gellatley met Professor Mustafa Djamgoz, Professor of Cancer Biology at Imperial
College, London, and co-author (with Professor Jane Plant) of the book Beat Cancer
Matt Smith, professional surfer and sailor, chats to Viva!’s founder, Juliet Gellatley, about his magical connection with the oceans, how
it’s hard to find a girl and being vegan in a largely male sport that dices with death…
Online news giant, US news & world report, has ranked Dr Dean Ornish’s low fat vegan diet as the best there is for reversing even severe coronary heart disease. It has now been adopted by the US Medicare programme.