No one is too old (or too young) to go vegan, and we would urge you not to place limits on what you can achieve, no matter how old you are.
Veganism is a kind way to live. It protects our health and reduces the risk of some of America’s biggest killer diseases. It protects our planet for our children and is probably the best legacy we can leave them. And it is kinder to animals – both farmed and wild.
If Katsusuke Yanagisawa can climb Everest at the age of 71; if Barbara Hillary can reach the North Pole at the age of 75; if John Glenn can go into space aged 77; and if Paul Spangler can compete in his 14th marathon at the age of 92,1 what is stopping you from switching to eating plant foods?
Increasingly, people in their 60s, 70s and even older are switching to a vegan diet for a whole variety of reasons. Take the case of Roy Burdin who went vegan on his 68th birthday. He recently celebrated 30 years as a vegan.
Be like Roy. Go vegan.
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