Happy Men’s Health Month!
Did you know that these Male stars were vegetable loving vegans? Check it out below.
“Just seeing people getting cancer and dying from it, and me hearing that that’s the stuff that we put inside of us is what’s causing this cancer….it was my peoples who passed from cancer. I’m asking around like, ‘Where this cancer s— coming from?’ Everything we eat–the processed food and the stuff they put inside it.”
2. Mike TysonSource:Getty
“I was real carnivorous when I was training for fights – a lot of meat, cheese, bread. I devoured everything besides pork. I used to eat a lot. As I got older I didn’t like the way I was feeling. I had a lot of arthritis, joint problems and I was morbidly obese.”
3. Asap RockySource:Getty
“Those chickens go through fucking torture before they’re processed and shit, have all sorts of fucking steroids injected in them and everything.”
4. Andre 3000Source:Getty
3 Stacks was vegan before vegan was cool. Back in 2004, he was named PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian.
5. Waka Flocka FlameSource:Getty
“In one month, I had gained like 45 pounds… I was tired of it. Trying vegan, I was just trying to be healthy.”
Common once gave up ALL animal products to be healthier, but now he eats fish every once in a while and vegetables.
The 22-year old coconut oil Papi himself was vegan way before it was trendy.
RZA’s veganism is so strong that he was once the face of PETA UK.
According to his chefs, Prince maintained a strictly Vegan diet.
Hov started practicing veganism back in 2013, as apart of he and Beyonce’s 22-day health challenge. After noticing the benefits, Jay decided to eat a little healthier, a little longer.
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