A study by researchers from the University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada, and published in the Nature Research Journal, has shown that vegans get all the nutrients needed to be healthy and in fact have higher stamina than meat eaters. The test involved 28 women, who were vegan for a minimum of two years, and 28 women who were meat eaters. All the participants had a similar body composition and were required to perform strength and endurance tests as well as log meals for three days. The vegan women could perform the tests for an average of 12.2 minutes, while the meat eaters could perform them only 8.8 minutes, giving the plant-strong eaters an extra 3.4 minutes of exercise time before running out of energy. Way to go, University of Quebec in Montreal researchers and study participants, for proving that a vegan diet benefits physical endurance by a large margin. May the tremendous advantages of the plant-based diet for body, mind and spirit inspire a global shift to vegan living, in Heaven’s eternal radiance.