Pac Div Touts the Benefits of a Veggie-Heavy Diet
’Green Is Good,’ Says Group in New peta2 Video
Los Angeles — When Like—known as one-third of the rap trio Pac Div—lost a young cousin to high blood pressure, he knew that he had to do something about his own lifestyle. After watching Food, Inc. and reading Diet for a New America, the MC decided to make the shift toward a healthy, plant-based diet. Now, he—along with bandmates Mibbs and BeYoung—is starring in a new video for peta2, the world’s largest youth animal rights organization, in which the three sing the praises of Like’s new style of eating.
“I can think a little better, think a little more clear. I don’t get … groggy feelings after I eat,” says Like. “I feel … more energetic, for sure. … Listen to your body. Listen to how it reacts when you eat certain foods. … I think, at the end, … you’ll benefit.”
According to the American Dietetic Association, vegetarians are less prone to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity than meat-eaters are. Meat production also causes massive animal suffering and is a leading cause of greenhouse-gas emissions, water pollution, and land degradation.
Pac Div join a long list of musicians—including Masta Killa, Steve Aoki, Kid Sister, The Cool Kids, and more—who have teamed up with peta2 to fight animal abuse.
For more information, please visit peta2.com
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