Switching to a vegan diet is a major lifestyle change. It involves cutting out all animal products from their diet, including meat, eggs, and dairy. While it may not work for every individual, people are becoming increasingly aware with the need to turn vegan & lead a healthy plant-based lifestyle.
10 Celebrities who Turned Vegan
Popularly known as a vegan ballerina, actress, photographer and celebrity blogger. She has been featured on Women Fitness where she talks about “I try to follow an alkaline plant based whole foods diet while staying away from soy, sugar, gluten and oil as much as I can. Recently I’ve found a love for, and started eating, a lot of raw vegan meals. While I don’t claim to be a great cook myself, I do absolutely love vegan dishes from my favorite chefs and friends especially here in the LA area!” She adds “I was given a new body after I became vegan. My stamina, endurance and energy levels have really improved. I also happily lost some weight after I transitioned to veganism.” Follow Agnes Muljadi, here
” I have always loved animals, so it never felt right to eat them. This made becoming Vegan a pretty easy decision for me. My family supported my decision and are now all Vegan as well.” Says Skylar Stecker, a popstar sensation . As the youngest artist signed to Cherrytree Records, Stecker has hit #1 on the Billboard dance chart — twice, raked in over 28 million views on YouTube, and has even performed on the Today Show as Elvis Duran’s “Rising Artist of the Month.”
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Heather Rae Young on Turing Vegan
‘Selling Sunset’ Star Heather Rae Young in her interview with Women Fitness talks about her diet & fitness routine. It reads “I am vegan. I have been vegan for a few hears now. Usually I try to replace 2 meals with a protein smoothie. Lunch is usually quinoa salad or veggie salad. I snack in between on nuts or a vegan protein bar (which has little ingredients) And I drink tea in between meals. No coffee, I actually have never tried a cup. I do have a sweet tooth though, so I choose to not even have sugar because once I start I can’t stop.”
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Marzia Prince, Founder of Plant Chics
Trainer, Gaspari Athlete & Bikini Pro Marzia Prince sharing her diet input on Women Fitness adds ” I have been living a plant-based diet for the past 5 1/2 years. I eat 70-80% raw. I eat about 5-6 times a day. I don’t count calories. I try to eat real organic plant-based foods as medicine to heal my cells in my body. I eat plant-based proteins and carbs for my all my meals. I just watch my healthy fat intake. Everything is trial and error till you get it right for you. I don’t believe in a one size fits all nutrition program. But I do believe in a plant-based life for everyone.” She preaches a plant-based lifestyle to her clients and watch them transform from lifeless to energetic.
Choosing make-up “I look for vegan, cruelty-free make up or beauty products that don’t have a ton of toxic chemicals.”
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Former Miss World Rosanna Davison who has recently given birth to identical twin boys (Congrats to the proud mother) talked about how turning vegan changed her life.
With diet “I decided to go vegetarian in my teens as I didn’t like the taste of meat or the idea of eating animals, and I found the transition pretty straightforward. My mum eats a mostly vegetarian diet too, so we supported each other and shared our favorite recipes.”
Rosanna adds “I decided to try a vegan diet when I began studying nutritional biochemistry in college. I’ve planned it properly for my own everyday needs and I find that it really helps to support my energy levels. For breakfast, I love homemade smoothies and smoothie bowls, green juice, almond milk lattes, porridge with almond butter and berries, chia seed pudding and vanilla protein pancakes made with oat flour.” Follow Rosanna Davison on Instagram
With four Olympic gold medals and the title of WNBA’s all-time leading scorer, Diana Taurasi is surely the most decorated basketball player of all times. The “White Mamba” was featured on Women Fitness in 2018, while talking about her diet routine shares “I have been vegan for about three years now and I think it is something I have really benefitted from. I have stayed more on a plant-based diet and it has really benefitted me.” Follow her on website.
Frenchy Morgan Vegan Since 17
While talking about her nutrition routine, Reality TV Star Frenchy Morgan adds ” I’m a vegetarian vegan since I turned 17. I don’t want to eat dead animal or support animal cruelty, believe it or not if the whole planet was vegan no one will starve. It takes billions of dollars to produce meat, fish and murder animals, I’m the living proof u can be healthy and vegan.”
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Playboy Playmate Sherra Michelle agrees ” I mostly eat vegan with an exception of salmon, a fresh water fish once a week or so for the protein. I have been off and on vegetarian or vegan for ten years.” Catch Sherra Michelle on Instagram
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She is a model who has appeared on covers of GQ and Maxim, and in 2006 and was voted one of the 100 Sexiest Women in the World by FHM Denmark model, chose a new and interesting career path. Claudia, popular for her stunning photos on Instagram, became a professional football referee in 2014. While sharing her diet on Women Fitness she added ” Being a vegetarian means number one to be cruelty free and number two to be healthy!!! I love lean vegan cereal with non dairy milk, protein oatmeal, home made açaí bowl with nuts and seeds, avocado on wheat bread and vegan slices or a British style breakfast with baked beans, tomatoes and mushrooms.”
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Linn Lowes on “all diets doesn’t work for everyone”
Swedish fitness influencer, Linn Lowes is known for inspiring her 2.7 million Instagram followers with her insane booty-sculpting workout moves and never-give-up approach to fitness. she developed a passion for working out until after she was diagnosed with lymphoma, a cancer that attacks the immune system, when she was just 26 years old. In her interview on Women Fitness she talks about her diet “eat vegan twice a week so I have cut down on meat but I won’t cut it out completely ever again.” Her first meal to kick start a day “For as long as I can remember, oatmeal! Preferably with fresh berries. Sometimes I even make myself a green juice, thats what I call luxury, haha!
According to her “all diets doesn’t work for everyone.”
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