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Serena Williams Won’t Eat Meat in Front of Sister Venus

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Tennis superstar Venus Williams has turned to a raw vegan diet in efforts to combat the painful effects of Sjogren’s Syndrome, the little-known, incurable autoimmune disorder she was diagnosed with in August 2011. A raw vegan diet is beneficial for managing the symptoms.

Thankfully, Venus’ sister, Serena, does everything she can to support her, including not eating foods that are now off-limits to Venus.

“Venus has some health problems and went on a vegan and raw diet, so she could have more energy. I’m supporting that really full force for her. We do that together because I live with her,” Serena said. “Like I can’t come home with fried chicken because she’d want some. That would be a huge stumbling block.”

What a wonderful and supportive show of sisterly love!

via VegetarianStar

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  • Nicole

    I am a vegan and I find it makes me weaker and less able to compete in sports

    • Bob

      you’re probably just a bad athlete.

      • Dr. Who?

        Hehehehehehehehehehe

  • VEg1

    Well, if you eat processed foods, sugar, bread, pasta,etc. you will not have sustainable energy..there is such thing as being an unhealthy vegan. Eat the proper vegan foods and have TONS of energy!

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