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Chris Evans Claims Going VEG Turned His Skin Green

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In what has to be one of the oddest reactions to a vegetarian diet that I’ve heard of, Chris Evans — star of the action flick Push — is claiming that his skin turned green following a decision to drop meat. His girlfriend at the time said going vegetarian was the way to go — and so the actor decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, Evans claims the diet screwed with his body. “I was just getting even thinner than I am now,” he said. “I had a hard time putting on weight, and some of my friends said I was getting green. I’m incredibly pale anyway. I don’t know what was missing, but they all said I had a greenish hue.”

“Finally, I was, like, ‘Hamburger, please.’ ”

Um, what? Something tells me this guy was not eating a balanced diet. Said the Vegetarian Star, “Many people who experience negative effects from going vegetarian do so because they aren’t eating enough or eating properly. It takes more a three grilled cheese sandwiches a day, Chris.”

Completely agree. Do you know anyone that’s ever had their skin color change “green” as a result of going VEG?

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    my skin did turn green as well. this isn’t uncommon. not everyone is built the same way. and the rest who called him idiot shows that humans haven’t progress much. 200 years ago, you’d be burning people like us in the town square.


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