Steve-O As far as his diet goes, Steve-O refuses to risk his health by consuming animal products. As Steve-O wrote in his blog: "I got into being vegan because I was simply looking to benefit from being more compassionate. I have since come to learn that it is an animal-based diet that is responsible for the overwhelming majority of cases of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, multiple sclerosis, and all kinds of other problems."
Henry Akins Nicknamed “Jiu Jitsu Super Computer” for his knowledge and analysis of the art. Primary instructor at the US BJJ HQ. In addition to learning and teaching in the academy, Henry has had much practical experience with his Jiu Jitsu working some very high profile security gigs for top night clubs and entertainment acts globally. Going to the fish market in Japan…and seeing all the animals get slaughtered, I got really sad and it touched me and I decided to stop eating meat.
Alex Hershaft: a Holocaust survivor and the founder of Farm Animal Rights Movement, Alex has been instrumental in educating the public about animal rights and veganism. He has stated that the parallels between Nazi brutality against Jews and modern-day animal agriculture, along with his work as a laboratory scientist, prompted his involvement in the movement.
Anthony Aurelius Martial artist "I am Vegan and proud not to be contributing to animal cruelty and violence. I also feel a Vegan diet to be the best way to stay lean, fit and healthy. The evidence really is conclusive: eating a nutrient-poor, junk food-based diet seriously negatively affects your health. More recently, evidence is now confirming fast that eating meat, and dairy-based products is disease producing."