World Vegetarian Day 2021: Vegetarian food has always been very beneficial for health. As people are getting to know about the benefits of vegetarian diet. By the way, now people have started including vegetables and fruits especially in their diet. The number of such people is increasing in the country and the world, who are leaving meat and making vegetarian life their basis.
Such people include some special personalities who have left the non-vegetarian life and have adopted a vegetarian life. Let’s know about these celebrities.
Well-known cricket player Virat Kohli has started following vegetarian diet by giving up non-veg food. Virat has also stopped taking animal protein. Along with this, the use of eggs and dairy products has also been stopped. He is showing interest in eating protein shakes, vegetables and soy only. According to him, he is feeling himself stronger and fitter than before. At the same time, they are happy that no animal is being harmed because of them.
Actress and Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma also follows a vegetarian diet. According to him, he is happy with his decision and becoming a vegetarian was the best decision of his life. During an interview, she had said that I have more energy now and I stay healthy. He had said that the best thing for me is that no animal is being harmed for my food. Anushka has also shot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India.
Shahid Kapoor has also become a pure vegetarian, leaving non-vegetarian food. According to him, he gave up non-veg food after reading ‘Life is Fair’, a book by Brian Hines, gifted by his father. Shahid Kapoor has got the tag of Asia’s sexiest vegetarian in the year 2011.
Amitabh Bachchan, the megastar of the century, is also a vegetarian. She has been honored many times for being a vegetarian by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India. Amitabh Bachchan is not only a vegetarian but he also abstains from alcohol and smoking.
Kangana Ranaut has adopted a vegetarian life by giving up eating meat. He had given up eating meat only a few years back. According to Kangana, vegetarianism is deeply rooted in Indian tradition and there are many sources of vegetarian food. Kangana wants her to become an ethical vegetarian.