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Demi Lovato Feels Better on Mostly Raw Plant Based Diet

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Would you break your plant based diet if someone offered you pizza? What if that someone was the president?

Demi Lovato indulged in a slice last month because she just couldn’t say no in front of the commander in chief.

Lovato found herself eating dairy, despite being allergic, next to the leader of the free world while attending a party at Robert Rodriguez’ house in Texas. The award-winning director’s handmade pizza and the potential shame of saying no in front of none other than Barack Obama did her in.

‘I’m gluten-free and dairy-free because I’m allergic to them. I just eat vegan and raw as much as possible and it’s really changed my body and made me feel better,” explained the ‘Skyscraper’ singer and XFactor judge to Extra about her usual diet. “But you kind of can’t turn down pizza that Robert Rodriguez handmade – and that you are also eating with the president.’’

So bad news: Demi Lovato only eats a plant based diet most of the time. The good news is that it took the president of the United States to make her fall off the meat and dairy-free wagon. That’s not exactly an every day event, even for Demi Lovato.

Via Contact Music

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  • Samantha

    I wouldn’t say eating one slice of pizza on one isolated occasion means she’s only plant based “most of the time”. Give her a break.

  • cooki2581

    I don’t care who I’m eating with, I WILL NEVER EAT MEAT AGAIN.

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