CLAIMS by activists that vegans and vegetarians perform better than meat eaters in bed, have been slammed by experts.
Peta has launched a billboard advertising campaign to support the controversial message.
It touts vegans as having better sex, saying that “meat interrupts your sex life” by clogging arteries.
But medical experts immediately refuted the claim.
Top US sex and marriage therapist Dr Kat Van Kirk said: “Your sex life will be affected if you’re leading an unhealthy lifestyle.
“People who are eating little to moderate amounts of red meat don’t seem to be having any issues.
“Healthy lifestyle” doesn’t necessarily mean vegan.
Despite a lack of evidence to back the claims PETA billboards are going up this summer in Texas, North Carolina, and Georgia – the country’s top producers of beef, pork, and poultry.
The ads show a cow, a pig, or a chicken lying in bed between disappointed-looking couples, with the aim of reminding people that meat and dairy foods can clog arteries.
PETA tried to run the cow billboard at a Dallas shopping mall but the owners refused.
PETA says that low-fat vegan meals have been shown to combat the physical causes behind the vast majority of cases of impotence, including high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, prostate cancer or inflammation, and hormonal imbalances.