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Creator of F Plan Diet and Animal Rights Activist, Audrey Passes Away

by | July 5, 2019

Animal rights activist and creator of the uber-popular F Plan diet of the 1980s, Audrey Eyton was found dead at her Canterbury home in Kent. The supporter of veganism, long before it came to limelight, was aged 82 when she died on Monday. The diet is based on high-fiber serving and 1500-calories a day.

Creator of F Plan Diet and Animal Rights Activist, Audrey Passes Away
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Creator of F Plan Diet and Animal Rights Activist, Audrey Passes Away

Audrey Eyton, the creator of the popular F-Plan diet that dominated the 1980’s was found dead at her residence in Canterbury, Kent. Eyton, founder of the Slimming Magazine (1970) was aged 82 when she passed away on Monday, the Guardian reports.

According to the media report, Eyton was a proponent of veganism long before it became mainstream. A trustee at the Matthew Eyton Animal Welfare Trust, confirmed the tragic news to the Guardian. She was described as a “committed champion for farmed animals.”

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Creator of F Plan Diet and Animal Rights Activist, Audrey Passes Away

The unnamed trustee speaking about Eyton stated she was “utterly unique,” and “razor sharp.” Speaking about veganism, the trustee told that Audrey was a woman ahead of time. “She backed veganism and vegan organizations long before the movement became mainstream, and had faith that groups like Veganuary would drive the changes that protect animals and slow down climate change,” the person was quoted as saying.

“(…) factory farming is something I absolutely hate,” told Audrey Eyton, speaking to Lancashire live the Guardian reports. “I’m very committed to animals (…).”

F Plan diet introduced by her included a lot of fiber and 1500-calories a day for the diet. She authored a book on the same diet as well, and it became an international bestseller, reportedly becoming a cultural-trend and selling more than 4 million copies. People tend to feel fuller for longer while on F-plan than those who’re not. Hence, it was found to reduce urges to overeat.

Our heart goes to Audrey Eyton and her family. May her soul rest in peace.

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