Unity Challenge: Go vegan

TJ Waterfall

A plant-based sports nutritionist, TJ Waterfall works with elite vegan athletes from Premier League footballers to endurance runners, Olympic athletes and professional rugby players. He has a first-class master’s degree in nutrition from UCL and only shares advice based on the latest science and nutrition research.

Unity Challenge: Go vegan

Join the growing number of elite athletes embracing a plant-based diet
Join the growing number of elite athletes embracing a plant-based diet

Unity Challenge: Go vegan

The evidence is mounting that plant-based diets aren't just good for the planet, but help boost sports performance too. Whether you do Veganuary or just skip animal proteins for seven days, this week's challenge is simple: give plants a chance!

TJ Waterfall

A plant-based sports nutritionist, TJ Waterfall works with elite vegan athletes from Premier League footballers to endurance runners, Olympic athletes and professional rugby players. He has a first-class master’s degree in nutrition from UCL and only shares advice based on the latest science and nutrition research.

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Go vegan

Cut out all animal proteins

That's it. That's the challenge. Simple. Go seven days without consuming any meat, fish, eggs or dairy.

You could even go one step further and take on Veganuary, meaning cutting out all animal proteins for the rest of January.

Who knows, maybe you'll stick with your new plant-based diet in the long-run. If you do, you'll be in good company. The growing list of elite athletes who have made the switch include Unity co-founder Mathieu Flamini, F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, NFL superstar Tom Brady, and tennis legends; the Williams sisters.

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