Mexican artists shouting ¡Viva México! and ¡Viva la vida!
In Mexico, September is a big time of the year since the holiday marathon season begins, starting with the Mexican Night (the pre celebration of Independence Day), the Day of the Dead in november, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
As the month of Mexican pride begins, today we bring you some Mexican artists who have decided to evolve their traditions and change their lifestyle. Innovating with their plant-based diet and cruelty-free lifestyle, the following celebrities inspire us to look beyond the big picture and experiment with new flavors.
"No matter how delicious a bite tastes to me, I will never put my pleasure above the life and suffering of an animal." This was the reflection that marked Eugenio after which he decided that it was time to change his lifestyle.
He has stated that after giving up meat and dairy he lost weight in a healthy way and his joints stopped hurting, which is why he is now a Mexican flagship of the vegan movement, promoting plant-based foods and avoiding dairy consumption.
Derbez is currently recovering satisfactorily from a risky surgery to which he underwent after being the victim of an accident.
Marco Antonio Regil
Marco Antonio is one of the most outstanding Mexican celebs within the community of Mexican activism in favor of animals and plant-based food.
The Mexican host has been a vegan since 1997, and was one of the first to raise his voice on social networks talking about animal exploitation in the meat industry and the multiple diseases that animal proteins bring with them.
The Mexican actress, although she has been strongly criticized for the vegan diet that her 3-year-old son follows, has confessed that her little Marcelo is an awake and aware child, whose diet is healthy and balanced, rich in proteins, based on plants, legumes, fruits, vegetables and seeds.
For her part, Michelle has been vegan for 12 years, a fan of plant-based foods and has noticed multiple health benefits from her, since she has no longer suffered bouts of colitis or suffered physical or emotional lows.
Of the favorite Mexican rockers, the vocalist of Café Tacvba speaks out whenever he can, assuring that animals are not the property of human beings, so it is wrong to dispose of them for food, experimental tests, clothing or entertainment.
He is also a prominent spokesperson for PETA and claims that he feels at peace with himself by not eating anyone.
Kat Von D
She is a talented tattoo artist, businesswoman, model, musician, and television figure of Mexican descent. She is a designer for several beauty and fashion brands, including lines of shoes, makeup and tattoos, which are characterized by being vegan and cruelty free.
Kat is a role model to many of her followers who have been inspired by her to start a plant-based diet, just as she did, and later transition to veganism.
The spokeswoman for Mercy for Animals has confessed that one day after watching the documentary Forks Over Knives there was no turning back and she realized that the only path to a better future for society was to transition to veganism and plant-based diets.
Surely you are a fan of one of these Mexicans who have taught us how a plant-based diet is not as complicated as it seems, and that by trying it you not only nourish your body; also your soul.
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