Other IDA Campaigns

Korean Animal Abuse

Animals in Entertainment



Exotic Birds

Foie Gras


Guardian Campaign

Horse Rescue

Marine Mammals

Puppy Mills




Kenneth G. Williams

Meet Mr. IDA – Kenneth G. Williams, professional vegan bodybuilder and Coordinator for IDA's vegan campaign. Kenneth is living proof that compassion is power, and that one doesn't need meat or dairy products to attain super-strength and exceptional health.

Kenneth made sports history at the 2004 Natural Olympia in Las Vegas – the most prestigious natural bodybuilding competition in the world – by finishing third out of more than 200 competitors from 37 nations and becoming America’s first vegan bodybuilding champion. He has also competed and placed well in a number of important bodybuilding events. In 2004 alone, he placed second in his class at the Silver & Black Muscle Classic (sponsored by the Oakland Raiders), the Team USA contest, and the World Natural Bodybuilding Championships.

As a Coordinator for IDA's vegan campaign, Kenneth speaks on the power of diet, exercise and compassion while educating audiences about the cruelty of factory farming. In addition, Kenneth hosts IDA’s new half-hour television program Undercover TV (UTV), which takes viewers where other shows won’t – inside factory farms, vivisection laboratories, fur ranches, circuses, rodeos and other exploitive industries to show people the truth about animal cruelty being deliberately hidden from the American public. Kenneth is also featured in IDA public service announcements (PSAs) that air on television

Kenneth's website, www.veganmusclepower.com, provides information on vegan nutrition, recipes and fitness programs.

You can learn more about Kenneth by visiting www.vegansports.com

See Kenneth Williams' Ad in VegNews Magazines!

Read an article about Kenneth Williams in the Marin Independent Journal

View Kenneth's new Public Service Announcments

Listen to a "GO VEGAN with BOB LINDEN" radio interview with Kenneth G. Williams.

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