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Country Music Star Carrie Underwood Talks Vegetarian Diet In 'Women's Health' Magazine

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When you hear “country music star,” you might not necessarily think vegetarian diet. However, you’d be surprised at how many Nashville darlings rock a planet-healthy diet, including, of course, megastar Carrie Underwood.

Underwood appears on the cover of October’s Women’s Health magazine and inside dishes about her “very health conscious” lifestyle. She also talks about what sparked her decision to go vegetarian.

“ I’m a vegetarian because I love animals”, says Underwood. “I grew up on a farm and they were all my pets, so the thought of me or someone else eating my pets kinda freaked me out at a young age and ever since then I’ve quit eating meat and I feel amazing.”

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