We aim to create a better and brighter world for all life, where humans live in harmony with nature. A world with more peace, love and compassion- a world we'd be proud to leave to our children.
BeAnimal is a non-profit organisation that aims to create a healthier and more sustainable future for us all. Our purpose is to create a platform that enables ecological and nutritional science to reach the masses without being skewed by corporate interests.
This is how BeAnimal came to be. The campaign was started in 2017 at Agonda, south Goa, by three friends on a mission to save the world. Animals are much closer to how nature intended them to be. They eat foods designed for them and maintain harmony within their ecosystems. The human animal on the other hand, has unfortunately lost his way and has forgotten his true nature. Human impact on the environment is clear for all to see - rapid deforestation, sea level rise, species extinction and ocean dead zones among many others. This why we will never ask someone to be human. We prefer BeAnimal.
We raise awareness about how a whole food plant based diet can positively influence our health and benefit the planet as a whole.
Our campaign centers around educating people of all ages through hands-on-experience, critical thinking and personal reflection.
We know how we can help make things better and we aren't afraid to look at the facts and share it openly. We are self-funded and intend on busting a lot of myths about diet, health and the environment propagated by the media, shining light the hidden facts about animal rights abuse happening behind closed doors.
All of the profits from our tours go towards implementing nutrition education in schools across India - combined with urban agriculture initiatives and environmental education, is a tool that can save many lives both human and animal alike. This is crucial because in the absence of proper nutritional guidance a society is prone to severe health consequences from consuming highly processed junk foods. We see obesity, type-2 diabetes and levels of heart disease spike in urban centres all across India. As more people move to big cities and live high stress lives, this epidemic will only spread.