Erykah Badu (singer, songwriter) said,
“I am not systematic at all when it comes to religion. I just love life. And I’m not judgmental. And I’m a vegetarian.”
Alec Baldwin (actor) said,
“Every time we sit down to eat, we make a choice: Please choose vegetarianism. Do it for animals. Do it for the environment and do it for your health.”
Neal Barnard (physician) said,
“I have been following a vegan diet now since the 1980s, and find it not only healthier, but also much more attractive than the chunks of meat that were on my plate as a child.”
Gene Baur (activist) said,
“The sixteen hundred dairies in California’s Central Valley alone produce more waste than a city of twenty-one million people-that’s more than the populations of London, New York, and Chicago combined.”
Ed Begley, Jr. (actor) said,
“I was 20 years old when I first began as a vegan. But, it was too hard to find vegetarian food in many parts of the country where I found myself working. So, I strayed for a while, but returned to being a full vegan again in 1992. But, I certainly haven’t had red meat since 1970.”
Mayim Bialik (actress) says,
“I don’t know if being vegan is the right choice for you, but for me, it is. And G-d bless the people who make it their life’s work to care for animals and to better the world the way it works for them – maybe not for you, but for them. It takes all kinds of people to make this wide world go ’round. We each have a purpose here on earth. And for those whose purpose is to show that animals have a purpose too, I say good for them.”
Linda Blair is a Vegan
Linda Blair (actress) said,
“We can eliminate heart disease, cancer, diabetes, weight problems. Go back to the basic foods, become vegetarian and then go vegan, raw. And you’ll understand what we’re talking about.”
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Molly Cameron (Cyclist) said,
“When I turned 15 or 16 I realized that I did not have to eat meat, so I stopped. I went Vegan the same year I got in to bike racing: 1999…I was really motivated to start taking responsibility for what I put in my body.”
César Chávez (American civil rights activist and co-founder of the National Farm Workers Association) said,
“I became a vegetarian after realizing that animals feel afraid, cold, hungry and unhappy like we do. I feel very deeply about vegetarianism and the animal kingdom. It was my dog Boycott who led me to question the right of humans to eat other sentient beings.”
Robert Cheeke (Professional bodybuilder) said,
“Vegan bodybuilding is about fueling your body with a vast array of natural, healthy foods, combined with resistance weight training and exercise, providing your body with the appropriate tools to build your physique and achieve your fitness goals.”
Greg Cipes (actor, singer, surfer) said,
”[After going vegan]… My whole energy … just became lighter. Now I basically float when I walk … from not having these poisons inside me that they feed these poor animals. “
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Bill Clinton is a Vegan
Chelsea Clinton (daughter of Bill Clinton) said,
“I’m a big health food freak and a vegetarian devotee.”
Kneel Cohn (Singer, guitarist, songwriter for The Dead Stars On Hollywood) said,
“Think Green. Go Vegan.”
Alicia Silverstone (actress) said,
“Nothing’s changed my life more. I feel better about myself as a person, being conscious and responsible for my actions and I lost weight and my skin cleared up and I got bright eyes and I just became stronger and healthier and happier. Can’t think of anything better in the world to be but be vegan.”
Brandy (famous singer) said,
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“I’m 23 now, and I’ve grown into this woman. I feel sexy and more mature. I wanted these inside changes to be reflected in both my look and music. I am a vegan now, and it was a conscious decision. I studied a lot about African culture and health and the best way to take care of the body. I really wanted to be healthy. At first I was just trying to challenge myself; I thought it was a phase and that I would grow out of it, but it wasn’t. I found out a lot about the body and what [hormones] they put in meat. My taste buds started changing, and I didn’t crave [meat and dairy products] anymore.”