Vegan celebrities who are inspiring us to adopt a plant-based diet during isolation

Vegan celebrities who are inspiring us to adopt a plant-based diet during isolation

April 20, 2020 Off By wt-ewa

Veganism has become a major health and wellness mainstay over the past few years and it’s not set to slow down any time soon with over 3 million Brits attempting to adopt a plant-based diet this year alone – and even more people took on the challenge of Veganuary earlier this year.

The decision to go meat and dairy-free is not only swarming our Instagram feeds, but it is also shaking up London’s food scene with an endless offering of vibrant vegan-friendly dining experiences – which we can’t wait to try once lockdown is OVER – as well as taking over recipe books and meal delivery services, which can bring the vegan restaurant to your isolation dinner table.

Meanwhile in Hollywood, an army of celebrities have turned vegan and are giving us every reason to go plant-based. Talking about going vegan, Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain said: “I just had more energy than I’ve ever had in my whole life. I was just listening to what my body was telling me!”

And we could have the vegan way of life to thank for Zac Efron’s body. Blessed be. Talking to Teen Vogue, the star who shot to fame in High School Musical, said: “I’ve been experimenting with eating purely vegan. That’s completely changed the way that my body works, and the way that I metabolize food, the way it turns into energy, the way that I sleep. It’s been brilliant. It’s been great for my exercise, and great for my routine.”

In the sports world, Venus Williams credits her vegan diet for helping her stay on top of her game since being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.

If that’s not enough to lure you enough, then look further than Ariana Grande and her flawless glowing skin. Case closed.