《Viva!:生命之食》(Viva!:Food for Life)[DVDRip]

《Viva!:生命之食》(Viva!:Food for Life)[DVDRip]
  • 片  名  《Viva!:生命之食》(Viva!:Food for Life)[DVDRip]
  • 简  介  发行时间: 1997年地区: 英国语言: 英语
  • 类  别  综艺
  • 小  类  纪录片

  • 详细介绍简介: 非营利组织VIVA!(Vegetarians International Voice for Animals)是由Juliet Gellatley女士创办于1994年英国伦敦,该组织以保护动物、倡导正确饮食观念、环保、避免粮食浪费为主要议题,透过各种活动及倡导广告,鼓励英国民众少肉或是吃素。
    这段视频是VIVA!精心制作的针对青少年和他们父母的视频。片长25分钟,主持人是英国当红主持人Tina Landini和运动员Emmil Watson。覆盖了健康,动物,环境,美味等各个方面,轻松风趣,老少咸宜,在最短时间内让大家认识到素食的真正涵义。
    http://www.56.com/u85/v_Mjg2ODA0MTg.htmlViva! or Vegetarians' International Voice for Animals, is a British animal rights group, which focuses on promoting vegetarianism and veganism. It was founded by Juliet Gellatley in 1994. Viva! carries out undercover investigations to expose the abuse of factory farmed animals and produces information on how to go vegetarian and vegan including recipes and shopping guides.
    Viva! is based in Bristol, with a branch office in Poland. The group is an active campaigning organisation, working on issues such as factory farming and slaughter. Campaigns include End Factory Farming, Eat Green (the new environment campaign for 2009), Foie-Gras free Britain, Exotic Meat, Ban the Farrowing Crate, Dark Side of Dairy and youth campaigns including The Big Coverup.
    Viva! organizes the biannual national Incredible Veggie Roadshow in London, along with other regional roadshows across the UK designed to help people become vegetarian or vegan. In addition to producing leaflets, guides, reports, websites and other materials, the group publishes a triannual journal entitled Viva! LIFE, which includes recent research and campaign information, as well as vegan recipes. Viva! enjoys the support of numerous well-known entertainers,including Paul McCartney.Viva!’s Vegetarian Video is Food For Life
    from EVU News, Issue 1 /1998
    Vegetarianism is the fastest-growing Lifestyle in Britain, particularly among teenagers.
    To help the process, the campaigning vegetarian and vegan charity Viva! has produced a new video, Food for Life, aimed specifically at teenagers and their parents. It’s presenters are super-cool vegetarians Tina Landini, from Channel Five TV’s soap Family Affairs, and mega-fit Gladiators’ athlete Emmil Watson.
    ‘The main reason why young people become vegetarian is concern for the way animals are kept’, says Juliet Gellatley, Founder Director of the vegetarian charity Viva! ‘But there is now overwhelming scientific evidence that a vegetarian diet is one of the healthiest possible so any decision to give up meat should be supported and encouraged. Food for Life covers most of the vegetarian issues and is a superb and reassuring introduction for anyone considering making the change’.
    Emmil takes Tina on a voyage of discovery to meet different experts in this documentary style video. They include a doctor of nutrition, an environmentalist, a zoologist and veggie cookery writer Rose Elliot.
    ‘The issue which seems to worry people most – quite unnecessarily as it happens – is health and nutrition so we have given both great prominence,’ explains Ms Gellatley.
    ‘The visual imagery of commercial fishing and the way in which animals are kept is so powerful that they speak for themselves’. Food for Life also looks at environmental degradation and developing world issues.
    The tone of the presenters is light hearted and never preachy while the overall impact of the video is to provide a convincing scientific case for a vegetarian lifestyle. ‘It presents powerful evidence of a
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