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Rajkummar Rao, Alia Bhatt crowned as PETA’s ‘Hottest Vegetarians’

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • December 23, 2017
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As 2017’s competition to be titled as PETA’s Hottest Vegetarian Celebrities got tougher than ever, Alia Bhatt and Rajkummar Rao were crowned as the winners of this competition. Both the celebrities have made plant-based foods more popular than ever. Other celebrities who couldn’t make it to the finals were Vidyut Jammwal, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahid Kapoor, R Madhavan, Sunny Leone, Sridevi and Kangana Ranaut to name a few.

Speaking on her victory, Badrinath Ki Dulhania lead actress said, “I prefer having vegetarian food. It is a way to healthy life”. At the same time, Rajkummar’s co-star Ayushmann Khurrana stated that the actor doesn’t have any bad habits, as he “doesn’t drink, nor smoke, neither have non-vegetarian and talks in a perfect way”.

Sachin Bangera, PETA’s associate director of celebrity and public relations said, “Alia Bhatt and Rajkummar Rao are hot, fit, and benevolent, and they are setting a great example for their fans and millions of other people who want to fight climate change with their forks”. Both of PETA’s crowned winners determined that there’s nothing sexier than compassion towards animals, which these celebrities show every time that they sit down for a meal.

Individuals who don’t eat vegetarian can still be very healthy, and a vegetarian diet comes with its own health risks. For instance, research has also shown that vegetarians are at a higher risk for iron deficiencies, and some experts question whether children who are raised vegetarian get the perfect amount of nutrients for their growing bodies.

In an extension of causing animal discomfort on a huge scale, eating meat has been conclusively connected to a hiked risk of suffering from heart diseases, diabetes, strokes, cancer, and obesity and a United Nations report concluded that a global shift towards vegetarian eating is mandatory to fight the worst effects of climate change.

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