Vegan After 40 – What Age Group has the Most Vegans?

On average, Millennials are better educated than the generations that preceded them. Millennials are well-educated. Millennials are better-educated than past generations. Approximately 40 percent of Millennials have a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to about 30 percent of Gen Xers when they were the same age.

And they are choosing to go Vegan!

Gen Z and millennials are most likely to go vegan or vegetarian to help the planet – while baby boomers are leading the way when it comes to shopping local and going plastic-free, according to research. A study of 2,000 adults has examined the actions being taken by different generations to help the environment.

Vegans are most likely to be females under the age of 35. When did you become vegan? 78% of vegans went vegan between the ages of 16 and 34, with 52% between the ages of 16 and 24. The average (mean) age for turning vegan is 24.1, although the most frequent ages are 19, 20 and 21.

Many large population studies have found that vegetarians and vegans live longer than meat-eaters: According to the Loma Linda University study, vegetarians live about seven years longer and vegans about fifteen years longer than meat-eaters.

Here’s a shortlist of famous Vegans:

Emily Deschanel
Daisy Ridley
Jason Mraz
Lucy Watson
Leona Lewis
Mayim Bialik
Madelaine Petsch
Billie Eilish
Woody Harrelson
Thandiwe Newton
Rainn Wilson
Evanna Lynch.
Colin Kaepernick
Stevie Wonder
Joaquin Pheonix
Pamela Anderson