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Director James Cameron wrote a piece for Newsweek earlier this month to address how going vegan can help halt climate change.Director James Cameron wrote a piece for Newsweek earlier this month to address how going vegan can help halt climate change.

James Cameron's Vegan Diet Gives Him 'Tons of Energy'

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Director James Cameron might be “the king of the world” when it comes to his cinematic hits, but it’s his vegan diet that is giving him a new lease on life.

Promoting his latest innovative endeavor, the documentary, “Deepsea Challenge 3D,” the brilliant mind behind the mega-hit movies, “Titanic,” and “Avatar,'” told the Sydney Morning Herald that switching to a plant-based diet completely changed his life.

“I feel good about it,’’ he told the Herald about his upcoming sixtieth birthday. ‘‘If you’d asked me when I was 30, I would have thought, ‘Your life’s over. Just get in the box, get on with it’. But I went 100 percent plant-based – vegan – two-and-a-half years ago. I’ve got tons of energy. I’m fitter now. I’m running farther than I did when I was in my twenties. So I’m good to go.”

Cameron will need all the energy that a plant-based diet can give him. In addition to promoting his real-life underwater adventure (yes, Cameron risked his own life by shooting the ocean’s floor in a tiny submarine), the former truck driver is planning the next three ‘Avatar’ sequels, with target dates of Christmas 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Via The Sydney Morning Herald 

Photo: Jaguar PS / Shutterstock.com

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  • gary fair

    vegan burgers!…mmmmMM, (n pizza!) and NO clogged arteries. heart attack, stroke, ed, p.a.d. ps, charities and animal research LIES!… see my FB facts!… no lie can live forever!…

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