Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Eva LongoriaEva Longoria

Eva Longoria Confesses Why She Failed at Vegan Diet

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

Eva Longoria flirted with veganism for a while, but it didn’t last. In a recent interview, when the actress was asked “What’s your biggest health regret,” she named veganism. Not because she doesn’t think veganism is wonderful, but simply because she wasn’t educated about what a vegan could eat.

Longoria said, “I love the philosophy behind veganism, but I went from one day eating chicken and meat to eating just salad. I didn’t know how to be a vegan. I didn’t know about soy or almond butter. I didn’t know that there are great breads. So I literally stuck to salads. And I think I passed out the first week.”

Perhaps now that Longoria knows about all of the delicious foods a vegan can eat, she can try again. Quick! Some wonderful vegan celeb take her on a dining tour of the best vegan restaurants in the country. Show Longoria, who obviously respects veganism, just how much good food there is out there. I mean, a nice salad is great, but a seitan piccata is way better.

Like us on Facebook:
  • leonardomurray

    “Get Official Samples” is the largest directory of free samples You can try brand name products for free and enjoy. You should definitely check them.

  • VeganKate

    Isn’t she a big fur wearer? So I imagine the pitiful attempt at veganism was a dietry choice, rather than her actually having a heart!

    • It is so easy for some people, such as yourself, to look down on others because they are not meeting your standard of Veganism. Anyone who converts to a plant-based diet is someone you should support and pursued to live better – unless you don’t have a heart for all the factory-farmed animals they they will eat because they are not encouraged to be vegan.

      You can always work on their fashion choices too, but don’t put yourself on a pedestal – I’m sure if I walked into your house I could find a plethora of things that are not plant-based. Really, give people a chance to embrace veganism.

    • By the way, I didn’t mean to imply she should keep her furs of course… but really, try to be encouraging to people exploring veganism…

    • Doug

      Right, because meat eaters are the ones that lack compassion. Not those that abandon the animals so they can live out their lives on their own…

  • Infoarda

    silly excuse ! it’s easy to be vegan, she never heard about internet ?? VeganKate, I agree with you, she wears fur !

  • As if she couldn’t afford to hire a Nutritionist and / or Vegan Chef . . . give me a break. Do your homework Eva. What a lame excuse.

  • Billy

    If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

  • Not knowing what to eat as a vegan is what makes people fail at it. Before going vegan, or when you start being a vegan, better prepare some new cookbooks and read and learn, and read and learn. It’s a whole new world of food.


Chef thinks breeding & killing endangered animals is the only way to save them

Pretending it’s better to live and be killed than it is to not live at all is just a selfish, ignorant excuse to continue using animals.


Protesters more upset about chicken cannibalism than people eating chickens

Anything less than advocating an end to all animal use sells these chickens and other animals out.


Celebrity nutrition is the new disaster tourism

Celebrities have become the new nutritional experts in our post-truth world.