Discover the Science Behind Ann Law’s Law of Wellness

Backed by research, endorsed by experts. The Law of Wellness is a lifestyle.

Unnecessary Fats

Unnecessary Fats

We now know that there are harmful effects of a meaty diet…[you] can get plenty of protein and iron from vegetables, beans and other plant foods that avoid the fat and cholesterol that are in animal products.

– Dr. Benjamin Spock [The New York Times, June 1998]

As Bad As Smoking

We provide convincing evidence that a high-protein diet – particularly if the proteins are derived from animals – is nearly as bad as smoking for your health.

– Dr. Valter Longo, University of Southern California

As Bad As Smoking
Higher Risk of Cancer

Higher Risk of Cancer

People who eat a diet rich in animal protein are four times more likely to die of cancer than someone with a low protein diet. The risk is nearly as high as the danger of developing cancer by smoking 20 cigarettes each day.

– The Telegraph, UK, March 2014

Bad for Aging

One of the benefits and concerns about animal protein [intake], is that it tends to make cells multiply faster…later in life, this is one of the fundamental processes that increase the risk of cancer.

– Dr. Walter Willet, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Bad for Aging

With all the reasons to eliminate animal protein and eat clean, what’s stopping us?

No energy

We don’t have the health, the energy.

We don't feel fit

We don’t feel fit, don’t feel well enough.

No motivation

We can’t find the motivation; nevertheless, keep it.

Making excuses

We use the excuses of life to put off making a change.

Is it true that women have a predisposition to gain weight?

Yes, men have much more active metabolic mass on their bodies, and biologically have more muscle mass, larger organs, and less body fat. Women on the other hand have lower metabolisms and retain more body fat, biologically speaking – although there are exceptions.


men’s % healthy fat mass


women’s % healthy fat mass

How could my diet possibly affect anyone else?

Meat eating is the second biggest environmental hazard facing Earth according to the Union of Concerned Scientists. Why, you ask?​ When land and natural resources are used to raise animals instead of crops we contribute to deforestation and lose essentials like water and soil. As recorded by Worldwatch Institute, 51% of global greenhouses gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture.

Greenhouse Gas

of greenhouse gas emissions come from animal agriculture.