These 20 sexiest vegan women of all time span all ages and all kinds of talents — but each is a true inspiration. Emissions from animal husbandry have been proven to contribute more to climate change than the emissions from all forms of transportation combined , so not eating animals certainly helps to save the planet. Upping your intake of fruit and vegetables also means increased vitamins and nutrients in your diet, which leads to a slowing of the ageing process. No wonder a vegan diet has been embraced by so many celebrities! Bill Clinton, Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez are but a few who have dabbled with veganism but still admit to eating meat every now and then. Other stars, such as those below, are more committed to shunning the animal products, not only on their plates, but in their wardrobes, too.
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And environmental factors often come into play, with celebs like Woody Harrelson using their platform to denounce factory farming. But aside from the ethical motives, these stars also swear that eating meat-free keeps them looking healthy and staying energized. The actor has been a vegan since age 3, and starred in ads for PETA for a decade. The singer gave up meat back in , all because of her dog. The "Malibu" singer is a long-time vegan, having said , "I'd eat dirt before an animal.
The lovely lady and I were at a conference in Sonoma on Thursday and Friday, so we decided to spend the weekend at Harbin. Harbin is a California institution — a hippy commune, established in the early s, where people come for yoga, organic vegetarian food, thermal springs, wandering around naked, escape, and generally wearing tie-dye kaftans in the evening. I can tolerate yoga only if there is guaranteed to be no chanting — so not even the prospect of topless girls doing yoga persuaded me to take part at Harbin. Ignoring the spiritual stuff, the place is very relaxing — we loved the combination of sunshine, running on remote trails and cappuccinos by the pool. The hippy culture is fascinating to observe, and mostly harmless.