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It Doesn't Take a Genius to Know That
Ditching Meat, Eggs, and Dairy Products Is Always a Smart Move, Says Group
For Immediate Release:March 13, 2013
Contact:Sophia Charchuk 202-483-7382
Princeton, N.J. -- If you think about Albert Einstein, his acclaimed equation E=mc² comes to mind.
But he made another brilliant "discovery"—that neither he nor any
other human should eat animals. So to mark his birthday, March 14, PETA will
bring its giant Einstein inflatable to Princeton University in Princeton, N.J.,
where Einstein lived and taught in his later years. Standing more than 9
feet tall and holding a sign that reads, "Think Before You Eat—Go
Vegan," PETA's Einstein will remind students that the best thing that they
can do for animals and their own health is to go vegan.
When: Thursday, March 14, 12 noon
Where: At the intersection of Hulfish and Witherspoon streets, Princeton
"Everyone would agree that Einstein was no dummy, and going vegetarian was
one of the most intelligent moves that he ever made," says PETA Associate
Director of Campaigns Lindsay Rajt. "With so many delicious vegan choices
available, there has never been a better time to make the switch to a kinder,
Einstein once stated, "So I am living without fats, without meat, without
fish, but am feeling quite well this way. It almost seems to me that man was
not born to be a carnivore." And the facts back him up. Meat causes animal
suffering on a massive scale and is also full of saturated fats and
cholesterol, which are linked to health problems such as heart disease, cancer,
obesity, and diabetes. Meat is even linked to Alzheimer's disease, and the
mercury in fish can cause learning problems and memory loss. Plant-based
foods, on the other hand, contain powerful nutrients that help students'
growing minds reach their full potential.
information, please visit PETA.org.
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