Zac Efron Is the Latest Star to Embrace Vegan Eating in 2018

Published by Danny Prater.

In an interview with Teen Vogue, actor and heartthrob Zac Efron announced that he’s been “experimenting with eating purely vegan”—sending quick shockwaves across the internet. According to Efron, since making the switch, he’s noticed immediate, positive changes in the way he feels, calling his new lifestyle “brilliant.”

“[It’s] completely changed the way that my body works, and the way that I metabolize food, the way it turns into energy, the way that I sleep. … It’s been great for my exercise, and great for my routine.”

—Zac Efron

Could This Be the ‘Start of Something New’ for Hollywood?

Efron is one of many celebrities who have publicly announced a switch to a vegan diet in 2018. Recently, Beyoncé made headlines when she invited her 112 million Instagram followers to join her on a vegan journey. Earlier in the year, other celebrities, including This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown and musician, announced that they’d ditched meat, eggs, and dairy “products.”

Get Your Head in the Game—Go Vegan Today!

Leaving animal-derived “products” behind is easy. If you want to experience all the positive health benefits of going vegan that Efron described, we have all the tips and tools that you’ll need to get started right here on our website. Not only will you be making a great choice for your own well-being, you’ll also be saving the lives of more than 100 animals per year. To go—and stay—vegan in 2018 and beyond, just follow these simple steps:

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