Tennessee Titans’ Derek Morgan Ditched Meat And Became An Animal On The Field

Derrick Morgan, Linebacker for the Tennessee Titans and Chef Charity Morgan are leading the way in demonstrating to mainstream culture that there is no need to eat meat in order to be a play maker.
Derrick made the transition to a plant-based diet to improve his performance on the field only to receive backlash and ridicule from his teammates.
After seeing the delicious meals his wife Charity was whipping up, combined with his ability to play better and recover faster, the ridicule quickly turned to curiosity.

Derrick Morgan, Linebacker for the Tennessee Titans and his wife, plant-based Chef Charity Morgan will present Plant-Based Play Makers as the Closing Community Day keynote on June 8, 2019 at Plant Based World Conference & Expo (PBW).
This keynote presentation will dive into the myths that have run their course in society regarding the perceived need for animal products in order to be strong and athletic.
Derrick and Charity will share their story of breaking down barriers by bringing plant-based eating into the NFL locker room and discuss their vision for the future of sports, food and nutrition.
Derrick Lee Morgan is an American football linebacker. Morgan was selected 16th overall by the Titans in the 2010 NFL Draft.
He played college football at Georgia Tech.

Chef Charity Morgan received her culinary degree from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and has over 15 years of cooking experience.
She specializes in plant-based culinary and is impassioned about health and nutrition.
She is determined to provide people with a different outlook on the commonly stereotyped plant-based diet lifestyles. Charity also provides vegan meal preps for many NFL players.
Plant Based World Conference & Expo (PBW) is a two day event starting on Friday, June 7 (both days will be open to business and healthcare professionals).
On Saturday, June 8, PBW will be open to the general public as well for Community Day for all who are interested in learning more about living a plant-based lifestyle.
During Community Day, attendees will have the chance to discover the latest plant-based foods, products and services, attend keynote presentations and hear from subject matter experts as well as meet others who are passionate about living healthy lifestyles.
The Expo will be taking place on June 7 – 8, 2019 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. To register for the event, visit http://plantbasedworldexpo.com/.

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