Whether it’s Natalie Portman in a daring dress that shows her undies, Beyonce at the Met Gala, or Carrie Underwood at the Billboard Music Awards, celebrities who are vegan are rocking their sleek physiques. Natalie was the one who earned the title of “cheeky,” however, by choosing a dress so daring that it exposed her derriere, reported People.
Now directing and starring in A Tale of Love and Darkness, Portman pushed the fashion envelope at Cannes while unveiling her movie. It all prefaces her upcoming challenge of playing several new roles, including Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Gisburg in On The Basis of Sex and Jacqueline Kennedy in a biopic called Jackie about the days after the assassination of President John. F. Kennedy.
And for the vegan actress, staying fit with a plant-based diet is essential to her happiness, according to Yahoo.
A vegetarian for years, she became a vegan when she read author Jonathan Safran Foer’s book Eating Animals. To avoid fat, sugar, and salt, Natalie makes her own food.
“I cook a lot, and I even do vegan baking,” said Portman.
In addition, Natalie believes in the benefits of exercise, whether she’s going to the gym or hiking in the hills. But she doesn’t feel deprived.
Joining Portman in displaying a sleek physique through her vegan diet is Carrie Underwood, who even when pregnant avoided the turkey and ate the tofu, reported E News.
“I have been vegetarian for about 10 years now,” she said. “With pregnancy, I am definitely going more on the vegetarian side, but as soon as I am not pregnant anymore I will go back to being vegan.”
And now that the baby is born, Carrie is back to her vegan diet and flaunting her sleek physique at the Billboard Music Awards, reported Taste Of Country.
She took pride in her song “Something in the Water,” and won for Christian music.
“It’s really kind of a joyous, uplifting song about changing your life for the better and kind of having that ‘a-ha’ moment, to waking up and your life being different from that moment forward,” said Carrie.
Also in the unofficial club of vegan celebrities rocking their bodies is Beyonce, who turned heads at the Met Gala, as the Inquisitr reported.
Those who follow the vegan diet cleanse that Beyonce’s trainer designed avoid meat, dairy, alcohol, and processed foods for 22 days. Meals and snacks are planned to achieve 80 percent carbohydrates, 10 percent fat, and 10 percent protein.
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