A PETA India undercover investigation reveals filth, disease and cruelty in India's fishing industry.
Watch the video that exposes the cruelty and suffering that go into every piece of leather, fur, wool, and exotic skin that you wear, then ask yourself and everyone you know, "Whose skin are you in?"
ravishing and healthy – as always – actor and vegetarian Poorna Jagannathan
appears in a colourful new ad for PETA India touting the
advantages of eating plant-based foods. The stunning ad was shot by leading photographer Gaurav Sawn.
Styling was done by Chandni Bahri, and Jagannathan's make-up and hair
were been done by Sandhya Shekar. The ad was shot at Corniche
at the Waterfront, Carter Road, Bandra.
Raising animals for
food is a leading cause of water pollution
and land degradation, and a recent UN report concluded that a global shift
towards a plant-based diet is necessary to combat the worst effects of climate
was named one of India's 50 most beautiful women by Femina magazine, plays Saya Katdare on the USA Network hit TV
series Royal Pains and has been
featured in numerous publications, including Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire and Elle. She recently won the Breakthrough Supporting Performance
(Female) Award at the 10th Annual Kamla Pasand Max Stardust Awards for her
performance in the film Delhi Belly.
Speaking of which, leaving
meat off your plate is also a great way to avoid "Delhi belly" and
conditions. Vegetarians are, on
average, fitter and trimmer than meat-eaters are, and they are less likely to
be afflicted with heart disease, diabetes and cancer – all of which are major
health problems in India. Plus, of course, every vegetarian saves the lives of
more than 100 animals every year.
Ready to join Poorna
in saying, "I am a vegetarian"? Pledge to go veg today!
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