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Brendan Brazier

Brendan Brazier
Brendan Brazier, Venice Beach, CA.
Personal information
Nationality Canadian
Born 1975-03-01
Vancouver, British Columbia

Brendan Brazier (born March 1, 1975, Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian endurance athlete, author, advocate of a vegan diet, and creator of the Vega line of food products and supplements. Brazier is a former Ironman triathlete (1998–2004). He is the author of The Thrive Diet (2007), Thrive Fitness (2009), and Thrive Foods: 200 Plant-Based Recipes for Peak Health (2011).

Athletic career

Brazier was twice Canadian 50k champion, in 2003[1] and 2006.[2]

Published works

  • Thrive Fitness (US version) was published in December, 2009


  • "The Thrive Diet"
  • "Thrive"

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^

Further reading

  • Elejalde-Ruiz, Alexia. (November 17, 2010). "Vegan diet is best for training, triathlete says". Chicago Tribune
  • Kaminer, Michael. (May/June 2009). "One-on-One with Brendan Brazier". Vegetarian Times. 368, p. 32-33. ISSN 01648497

External links

  • Brendan Brazier’s personal page
  • Thrive in 30 home page
  • Plant-Based Certificate Program at eCornell
  • Vega home page
  • Vega Community board
  • Nome Athlete webpage
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