“When I first started eating plant-based, it was for health reasons. I couldn’t play tennis," she said. "I learned a lot about it. A plant-based lifestyle is what you need for optimal health and aging well."
The seven-time major champion would kick off her 2012 season in March at the Sony Ericsson Open ranked No. 134. She would finish the season at No. 24 with a title in Luxembourg. Not to mention, she would win Wimbledon and an Olympic gold medal alongside sister Serena on the doubles court.
The benefits of a plant-based diet were shining through and that's why she wants to share it with others. Currently Happy Viking offers one plant-based shake, which holds 20g of complete protein from yellow peas and brown rice, all nine essential amino acids, five macronutrients & prebiotic fiber, and DHA omega-3 for cognitive function and brain health. The shake is also sustainably sourced and comes in recyclable packing.