Bringing you real life stories of people taking steps to transform global food system

Why do you need to hear from the real?

When people hear real-life stories, they tend to take more interest and get encouraged to take the required action. We will be bringing you more such encouragement with real-life stories from various individuals who will share their journey towards transforming the global food system in various ways. In addition, we will learn from these individuals about how we can contribute to building back better. 



    What are you going to hear about? The topics include but are not limited to the following:

    • How can you be part of a sustainable food system?
    • Problems of factory/intensive farming.
    • Benefits of plant-based foods through individuals.
    • What is antimicrobial resistance (AMR), its impacts on people, animals and the environment?

    The current intensive farming and the global food system 

    The current intensive farming system is a hurdle towards better ecosystems and its rich biodiversity. In contrast, the global food system is the biggest driver of the destruction of the natural world. We all are aware that the health of animals, people, plants, and the environment is interconnected. One Health is an approach that recognizes the interlinkage between people's health, the health of animals, and our shared environment.

    We can transform our food system to be more sustainable and kinder to animals and significantly improve the overall health of animals and humans.

    By making our voices heard, supporting high welfare, demanding stronger antibiotics regulations in farming, holding the companies accountable and eating more plant-based foods, we can continue to push for policies that protect animals, people, and the planet and move towards FOOD REVOLUTION.


    Developing a sustainable food system 

    World Animal Protection wants to develop sustainable food systems by increasing the demand for plant-based foods, reducing reliance on farmed animals, and making higher welfare production systems—with more space, fewer antibiotics, healthier growth, and more natural environments.


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    Stay Tuned for #HearfromReal and learn about the lives of the people who contributed to Sustainable Food Systems.

    Life with antibiotics - Converse with Professionals
    Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today. We conducted a live talk show with eminent professionals. Read more about this event.
    Sing Kindly. A musician sharing her story of shifting to a plant based diet
    Several musicians have shown kindness by adopting a completely plant-based diet, and Pooja Sharma is one of them. She has been singing since 2013 and recently moved to a completely plant-based diet. Read More to know about her story.
    Compassionate moms sharing their stories of plant based diet
    We conducted an online event with STRAW to share stories from mothers to mothers on how they can be kind by adopting a plant protein diet over an animal protein diet and reduce animal protein consumption. Read More to know about their stories.

    It doesn't end here. The inspiration continues...



    Shubhashis Ghosh sharing benefits of a plant-based diet
    Shubhashis Ghosh has shared some amazing benefits which he observed in his life in the last five years due to not having any Animal-based food.
    Resist the resistance AMR impact on people, animals and the environment by world animal protection india
    A Live event to make people understand how people, animals and the environment are interconnected and how the impact of AMR can be reduced in respective areas.
    Rimjhim Joshi had a healthy pregnancy with plant-based food
    Animal Lovers switched to Plant-Based Lifestyles for their love of animals. Know more about this super-interesting story.

    And here we go for even more stories and events...



    Roshni Sanghvi,  leading plant-based sports nutritionist talks about the importance of a plant based diet with World Animal Protection India
    A series of ‘Mantra to Fitness’ from India’s leading plant-based sports nutritionist and a transformation specialist. Roshni Sanghvi is here to share some sustainable long-term lifestyle changes to help you transform your health.
    Harshdeep singh doing hatha yoga and a plant based teacher
    Harshdeep Singh is a lawyer and a classical Hatha yoga teacher trained at Isha Hatha Yoga and switched to a completely plant-based diet in 2017. Read more about his inspiring story.
    Dr. Maheshwari talking on breaking the myths of a plant based diet
    Our online event with Dr Maheshwari to discuss “Breaking the Myths” of a Plant-based diet. A super-interesting event to know more about a plant-based diet.

    Read on More Inspiring Stories



    Mounika Bindu Pogaku is a radiologist working in the northeast of English National Health Services (NHS), UK
    Mounika Bindu Pogaku is a radiologist working in the northeast of English National Health Services (NHS), UK. She has been a vegan for 5 years now. She says, "Respect and value every life". Let's know more about her plant-based journey.
    Shwetarani Muragod  transformed into a vegan  and delivered healthy baby
    Shwetarani Muragod is an OBGyn (Obstetrics and gynaecology) based at Mahalingapur, Bagalkot, Karanataka, consuming a plant-based diet since 2018. Read her journey of pregnancy on a plant-based diet.
    Pooja sharma sharing her plant based journey
    We asked people how a plant-based diet/lifestyle has changed their lives, and they came up with splendid reasons to switch to a plant-based diet.
    What do farmed animals deserve? The answer is --- "Good Lives"


    Mr Dinesh Mohan - a senior age model and an animal lover also shared his views on Animal Welfare, Animals in Farming and Animals in Wildlife

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    Protect farmed animals, eat less meat
    Right now, more than 70 billion animals are farmed for food each year – two-thirds in conditions that mean they can’t move freely or live naturally. So do you pledge to eat less meat and more plant-based food in your diet for a better you, better animals and a better planet?
    Chicken in factory farming, still image from brand video
    Thousands of animals are tortured for food in the farming industry. Most of our consumption, be it meat, dairy or eggs, comes from immunologically compromised animals confined to cramped, unhygienic conditions and transported long distances without proper handling and care.
    We've just launched our third global assessment, and the 2021 results are shocking. Although there have been some improvements, many brands show no ambition to improve standards, subjecting chickens to unnecessary suffering and cruelty.