Vegan Celebrities Of 2020
Veganism is getting established more and more. Many believe that avoiding animals or their products of any kind can increase energy levels. Others ensure that a plant-based diet can make them look better. There’s no surprise that most people have gone vegan, and celebrities are not the exception.
This decision to go meat and dairy-free is not only swarming the Instagram feeds, but it is also shaking up the food scene with an endless offering of rich vegan-friendly dining experiences. And people can’t wait to try once that lockdown is over, also buying recipe books and meal delivery services, which can provide the vegan restaurant to your isolation dinner table.
These vegan celebrities are praising the significant health, humanitarian, and environmental benefits of vegan diets.
Here are some of them:
While promoting his latest Avengers film, the actor revealed that his plant-based diet kept him in action movie-worthy shape. He was even named PETA’s Most Beautiful Woman in 2018.
Zac Efron has become a vegan during recent years. He even credits his toned physique to the plant-based diet. One more example that a vegan diet can cultivate the best body we’ve probably ever seen. Zac wanted to find a way to get more sleep and work out effectively, so he changed to a dairy and meat-free diet to feel energized. He makes sure that his plant-based diet makes his body shape perfectly.
The mysterious singer always keeps her privacy, but she revealed her diet in response to a vegan restaurant owner in Tweeter in 2014. Sia’s been a committed vegan since 2014. It was declared last year that the singer would be joining the cast of the vegan documentary, Dominion, with Rooney Mara and Joaquin Quin. She also participated in an advertisement for PETA Asia-Pacific, with her dog, Pantera, to promote pet neutering.
The British singer says she likes green and detox teas and fruits for breakfast with her perfect figure. She revealed that meat made her feel tired, and she didn’t see any reasons to get protein from it as there are many other better sources. In January 2018, Ellie Goulding declared her decision to go vegan. He said that once he fully understood where meat came from, it was quite hard to live with that concept afterward.
Miley Cyrus has never been shying away from her ever-changing lifestyle choices, but her way to veganism in 2014 was more subtle than the rest. Although there were different subtle hints on her Instagram, it took her about a year to publicly announce her veganism. She aims to bring a message that there is no place for tortures in fabulous fashion. In 2018, she launched her line without animal products with sneaker brand Converse.
The American actress is best known for her hit television series ”House”; and films: ”Cowboys and Aliens”, ”Tron: Legacy”, and ”Her”. Since the age of twelve, she’s been a vegetarian and had been following a plant-based diet for the last four years. Olivia Wilde even launched her website, WildeThings.org, to promote the vegan lifestyle she adheres. She was called PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010.
Bryan Adams has two sides to his life, both very different- making stadium anthems and crusading Greenpeace and PETA. He became vegan more than 30 years ago and has supported a plant-based diet’s health benefits. He thanks raw food for a more robust immune system and healthy weight balance. The Canadian-born rock star professed his respect for leather shoes that are cruelty-free from the brand Bobohee. He has been a vegan for almost 30 years.
British artist and the lead vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and pianist of Radiohead have also been a great supporter of ecological world issues, including animal rights. Anyhow, the way he came to veganism differs a little from the standard. His entry into veganism was little less of an orthodox. He said that he started going out with a girl, and wanted to impress her, so pretended he’d been vegetarian all along, And then he immediately felt a lot better, a lot healthier. Radiohead’s Thom Yorke has been an activist and a supporter of ecological world issues – including animal welfare.
Alicia Silverstone is an outspoken advocate for a vegan diet for many years. She released a book named The Kind Diet in 2011, explaining why she doesn’t eat animal-derived products. Alicia ensures its comfort with making vegan meals and feeding her son healthy vegan foods. The actress says that she feels proud to be able to do something better for the earth, animals, and good for her health, all at the same time. She said she felt better than ever after turning vegan.
Famous Hollywood Actor and Producer Brad Pitt have been working on many environmental issues for many years. He had turned vegan long before people even knew. Brad has eliminated all animal products, including dairy. He believes that veganism is one step towards the environment and the right path to a healthier life. Angelina – his ex-wife, also tried to go on with a vegan diet for a short period, but she couldn’t continue it for long.
He is a Vegan producer, environmentalist, and actor. Alec Baldwin suggests people eat vegan food. It helps to save the earth. After being diagnosed as prediabetic in 2011, the actor had no choice but to make changes in his unhealthy lifestyle, and as a result, he turned to veganism. By January 2012, when the actor won the SAG award for Best Actor in a TV Comedy, he had lost 30 pounds. He advised an entire swap to a vegan diet. It was mostly for those living in the west to do the environment and save the planet.
The famous Red Hot Chilli Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis became a vegan after learning that people take far too many fish out to sea. A farming documentary about cows leads him to a final decision. After knowing that people are taking far too many fish out the ocean to account for, he decided to turn vegan. An excellent farming documentary about cows was the deal for him, although he got admitted to slipping up and coming in and out of the plant-based diet.
Natalie Portman hasn’t eaten meat since she was nine. The actress said she felt very close to animals and later started learning more about the food industry. As a result, she decided that if the food comes from animals or hurts them, it does not touch her plate. She has her diet complete by getting shots for vitamin B12 once a month because this is the only vitamin she doesn’t get from a vegan diet. Today she and her children are vegans, and her husband is a vegetarian.
Veganism is not a diet. It is not merely the elimination of animal flesh from the food. But it is a lifestyle that involves omitting animals, their bi-products & any exploitation whenever it seems possible. Some people need medication to live that has been tested on animals or contains animals. Wherever we can find a non-animal spoiled item, we will surely choose it.
If we use animal products, that’s not because it’s consistent but because we have no option and must have the item(s). The number of people is increasing who have decided to become vegan for ethical, environmental, health reasons, and some other reasons. If it is right, such a diet may result in various health benefits, including a trimmer waistline and improved blood sugar control.