Reading like a who's who of powerful venture capitalists, leading politicians and heavyweight sports icons, the article lists such notable figures as The New York Daily News publisher Mort Zuckerman, hip hop mogul Russell Simmons, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, and Congressman Dennis Kucinich as having joined the vegan bandwagon. Bloomberg Business Week dispels any notion that veganism is just for the business elite by also including ex-NBA star John Salley, Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez, heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson and former National Hockey League brawler Georges Laraque in its lineup of "Power Vegans."
It's no surprise that many of the world's most powerful people are embracing veganism - it's better for our health, better for the environment and better for the animals. Of course, you don't have to be a heavyweight champion or a billionaire executive to enjoy a compassionate vegan lifestyle. Choosing healthy whole grains, fruits and vegetables over cruelly produced, high-cholesterol and saturated-fat-laden meat, dairy and eggs is easy, fun and contrary to Bloomberg Business Week, relatively inexpensive - especially when considering rising health care costs. Luckily, ChooseVeg.com is loaded with great tasting recipes and helpful tips designed to ease anyone's transition to a powerful, plant-based lifestyle.