Hollywood Inspiration story

Australian soap opera actor turned Hollywood movie star, Liam Hemsworth is one of the many celebrities who has chosen to give up animal products. In a 2015 interview with Men’s Fitness, Hemsworth said his reasoning is a combination of looking after his own body, as well as morality toward other living creatures, telling the magazine, “My own health, and after all the information I gathered about the mistreatment of animals, I couldn’t continue to eat meat. The more I was aware of, the harder and harder it was to do.” He continued to sing praises of the diet, exclaiming, “There are no negatives to eating like this.  Read more

The singer told Look magazine that she once has such low confidence in her body image, she was afraid to leave her apartment. That’s all changed since platinum-selling artist started eating better with a vegetarian diet in 2013 and switched over to a vegan diet in 2015; “Before, I had a flat bum, no boobs and not much shape. I’m a bit more confident with my body. I put it down to eating amazingly well. Now my body’s different, my face shape is different and my eyes are brighter, too.” Goulding’s Instagram is full of photos of her working out, along with indulging in plant-based favorites like green juice, broccolini, sauteed kale, and broad bean burgers. One of her most recent snaps is of Pukka Organic tea, calling it “the most peaceful drink in the world.” Not only are certain teas great at reducing stress, many are also teeming with powerful antioxidants which help detox your body and rev your metabolism.Read more

Lea Michele

Scream Queens and Glee star, Lea Michele joked to NY Daily News in 2011 about how people think her vegan diet means she only eats grass—but that’s far from the case. She was once a vegetarian, but transitioned to veganism after reading The New York Times bestseller Skinny Bitch, “and it slapped me in the face,” she told Women’s Health. Now, Lea is hooked on organic produce more for what it does for her well-being than her waistline. According to an interview with SELF magazine, a typical day for her starts with either a tofu scramble, avocado toast, or a smoothie after a SoulCycle workout. She’ll usually stick to salads for lunch, and for dinner, Lea—who is half Italian—says she has a soft spot for a bowl of pasta. If you do too, you need to take a look at our exclusive report, Read more

Actor Christian Bale told GQ Magazine that he “decided to go vegetarian at the age of 7” and adhered to the diet strictly until right after his role as the toned banker/sociopath-serial-killer Patrick Bateman in American Psycho. Although he’s “in and out of the vegetarianism now,” it’s still impressive that the majority of the building up for his roles—most notably as Batman in The Dark Night—was “done when I was still a vegetarian.” Something tells us he might be a fan of some of our favorite plant-based protein powders.Read more

Comedian, actor, author, and political activist Sarah Silverman has been a vegetarian since she was 10. Because she understands the importance of childhood nutrition, she played a part in asking Congress to pass the Healthy School Meals Act of 2010, which would have helped school food service programs serve more fruits, vegetables, and healthy plant-based vegetarian meal options. (Unfortunately, it was never enacted.) It appears she’s still going strong, recently posting meals like a bowl of grape nuts with almond milk, a late-night dinner of bulgur, broccoli, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, and a vegetarian favorite: heart-healthy avocados. The fruit was shown all alone, however; we hope Sarah knows about all the avocado recipes she could use it in!Read more

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