Here is a list of top 10 vegan YouTubers you need to watch in 2017:
Mic is a science writer and vlogger on YouTube, since Jul 25th, 2015. His channel is a mixture of humorous and scientific coverage and of the animal, health, and environmental gains of a vegan diet with an emphasis on dispelling myths that perpetuate the idea that we require animal products to thrive.
Mic’s goal is to bust myths about veganism and make vegan lifestyle easier through videos.
NutritionFacts.org is run by Dr. Michael Greger and it is the only nonprofit, non-commercial, science-based YouTube channel to provide free updates on the latest in evidence-based nutrition. On this amazing channel, there are more than 2,000 videos on health topics with new videos uploaded almost daily.
According to Dr. Michael Greger – ”The goal of this channel is to present you and your doctor with the results of the latest in peer-reviewed nutrition and health research, presented in a way that is easy to understand.”
Dr. Michael Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and an internationally recognized speaker on food safety, nutrition, and public health issues. In addition, he is a founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and he is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. Dr. Greger graduated from the Tufts University School of Medicine and Cornell University School of Agriculture.
This is a top vegan news channel, which brings you the latest news about ethical consumerism, animal rights, plant-based food trends and more. The channel is run by Klaus Mitchell. He has had a number of writing roles, including authoring an article published in the journal of Public Health Nutrition, which explored the effect of diet on different health markers. Klaus Mitchell’s background as a scientist underpins his thorough approach that has helped make his YouTube channel what it is today.
Klaus Mitchell studied at University College London (MSc Genetics of Human Disease – distinction), receiving Medical Research Council funding for ”academic excellence”. Furthermore, Klaus is experienced in several research roles, including at Portsmouth University (Institute of Marine Sciences) and Kings College London (Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology).
This is a vegan channel by Anji Bee and Ryan Lum, which are on their vegan journey to fitness, health, and happiness.
Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram (aka Fully Raw Kristina) lives to inspire a 100 percent raw vegan healthy vegan lifestyle on her YouTube channel and website. A raw vegan lifestyle incorporates vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. Kristina has been 100 percent raw for over 9 years and is a pioneer in the local, organic food co-operative movement.
“The coolest part about food is that it’s something that you get to eat. We get to eat color to bring us life. We get to eat color for a living. And so these things have all of these colors bring us life, and they have life, and that’s why raw food to me is so symbolic on a different level.” – Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram
Ralph Smart, according to his description, is a life coach, psychologist, counselor, author, alchemist, criminologist, educator, researcher, cinematographer, VFX Artist, and infinite being. He was born in London. He enjoys nature and meeting people from all spectrums of life. He has traveled to five continents.
This channel is all about the creation of inspiring short films, educational videos, and powerful documentaries about activism and veganism.
”Veganism is the solution to almost all the major problems we are currently facing. Veganism can help prevent, treat, and reverse almost all the major diseases, and can help us overcome mental health issues like eating disorders and depression.” – The Vegan Activist
#8 Sarah Lemkus
She is a New Zealand mamma who shares her adventures in child raising, eating, and everyday life on her blog and youtube channel. Sarah began her YouTube channel on March 11, 2016.
#9 Tess Begg
She is a vegan YouTuber who shares vegan fitness/workout and recipe tutorials on her self-titled channel. Tess also wrote a vegan recipe e-book called Vegan Made Simple.
It is a vegan channel with plenty recipes which taste great, plus, they are healthy for you.