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Boston Celtics’ Enes Kanter releases new factory farming PSA in partnership with Mercy For Animals

In partnership with Mercy For Animals, Celtics player Enes Kanter explains why people should pay more attention to how and where their meat comes from and why choosing plant-based food is better for people, animals, and the environment.

Enes joins several other NBA players who are reducing their intake of meat from animals.

“I’ve been learning much more about where our food comes from, and how the food choices we make can impact animals, workers, and the environment. I am learning more everyday and I encourage others do the same. 
Together we can make positive changes that will help workers, animals, and the environment.”

Enes shared the video with his 500,000+ followers on Twitter.

He also adds about the change  “I feel great. My body recovers faster, I feel stronger. It has been such a positive change for me personally and for the impact I am making.“

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