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Ellie Goulding Vegetarian Diet Helps Her Stay “Womanly”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 in Female Singers, Food & Drink.

Ellie Goulding

If you’ve been following Ellie Goulding in the media, you may have noticed she’s looking sexier than ever.

The “Anything Could Happen” English singer remarked on how much her body has transformed recently, thanks to both a good diet and exercise regime.

“Before, I had a flat bum, no boobs and not much shape,” she said “I’m way more womanly now.”


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Samuel L. Jackson Credits New Vegan Diet For Slimness

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 in Actors, Food & Drink.

Samuel L. Jackson

Why is Samuel L. Jackson looking so great these days?

Is it a new hairstylist?

A great workout routine?

Nah, it’s probably just the plants.


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Aimee Teegarden Shows Her Kind And Luna Bars To “US Weekly”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, March 24th, 2014 in Actresses, Food & Drink.

Aimee Teegarden

Aimee Teegarden shared with US Weekly the items you might find in her purse.

Healthy snacks are an important component of every lady’s to-go bag, so it’s no surprise the Star Crossed and Friday Nigh Lights actress carries a few plant-based protein bars so she can stay veg wherever she goes.


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Joe Yonan

France hasn’t always held the best reputation for being vegan friendly.

Some have even proposed that to be a real Frenchman (or Frenchwoman), you have to eat cheese.

But while dining with company at a restaurant in Paris, Washington Post food editor turned vegan Joe Yonan experienced a vegetable salad that puts any American tossed with iceberg greens to shame.


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“Apart from issues of health and climate change and zoonotic disease and antibiotic resistance and impotence and environmental degradation, I’d ask you this simple question: Could you look a baby cow in its eyes and say to it, “My appetite is more important than your suffering”?”

Moby, in a piece featured in Rolling Stone magazine answering the question of why he is a vegan.

Photo: Uncensored Interview/Creative Commons

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Cory Booker Dinner With Ted Cruz — The Meat Cowboy And Veggie Debate

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 in Food & Drink, Politicians.

Cory Booker

Cory Booker has proved that Democrats and Republicans can get along and work together — from the Congressional floor to the dinner table.

He met with Republican senator Ted Cruz over a meal to discuss some of the more pressing issues facing the nation, particularly the economy.

If the two agreed on anything, at least it was where to eat that day.

“First of all, he’s a Texas meat-eating cowboy, I’m a Jersey boy, vegetarian, so choosing the restaurant alone,” Booker said to “Good Day New York” about the experience.


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Jane Velez-Mitchell

Journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell has written an article on the effects of factory farming and meat consumption on the planet.

A very active vegan and animal rights supporter, Mitchell has received awards from the Humane Society of the United States and has used her HLN show to regularly discuss current topics emerging in animal welfare.

Whether you want to reduce or eliminate meat for the animals, your health or the environment, there are plenty of reasons to do so.

Mitchell outlines just a few in her piece.


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Rob Bigwood Game of Arms

The AMC series Game of Arms follows five professional arm wrestling teams both in and outside of competition.

Rob Bigwood (seen on the right) proudly represents the New York City team of wrestlers and he gave Mercy For Animals blog a look inside his life as a vegan in a short interview.


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