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Beyonce and Jay-Z Experimenting with Vegan Diet

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Are Beyonce and Jay-Z the latest high-profile celebrities to ditch the animal products and go vegan? The answer is a kinda, sorta, spin-the-wheel-of-Internet-gossip-and-see-where-it-lands maybe.

According to US Weekly, the pair have gone “partially-vegan” (which apparently is vogue for eating less animal products) as Beyonce seeks to eat healthy during her pregnancy and avoid putting on too much weight.

Pop Crush is saying they’re full-on vegans. One thing we know for sure is that Jay-Z is joining his wife in experimenting with the diet as a show of support – which is great. “Jay’s trying to be disciplined, and he needs the energy to support her,” a source told US.

The diet appears to be working – with the pair reportedly partying it up until 4am a couple nights ago. Now imagine the energy they could have on a full vegan diet!

 

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  • Isn’t everyone partially vegan?

  • Veganism is not a diet…it’s a lifestyle. They need to actually do research on what it means to be vegan. Which would include not having your shoes made of elephant skin, not sporting fur coats (made from animals who’ve had their fur ripped off of them while they are alive).

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