Entertainment Billie Eilish opens up about being vegan for 7 years and explains why it's 'really hard to go back' to eating animal products
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The singer is certainly more famous than his 23-year-old brother, Finneas O'Connell, but he holds the largest number of Grammy Awards. © Getty Images Eight in total, one more than his little sister! Finneas had started his career at the cinema and television with roles in "Bad Teacher" and "Glee" in particular. At 17, the teenager offers in Billie, who was 13 years old, to interpret "Ocean Eyes", a title composed for his group of the time. Distributed on SoundCloud, the song is an instant hit.
- Billie Eilish has followed a vegan diet for seven years.
- She said learning about the meat industry and dairy industry led her to eliminate animal products.
- "Once you know that kind of thing and you see it, it's really hard to go back," she said.
discussed her commitment to following a vegan diet during an for British Vogue's June issue.
In the video, 23 famous fans asked the 19-year-old singer a wide range of questions about her career, personal life, and aspirations. Orlando Bloom, whoat Coachella, was one of them.
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"Things Are Comingggg.", Such the cryptic comment under one of her posted photo. © Provided by www.musikexpress.de Los Angeles, California - March 14: Billie Eilish Attends The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for the Recording Academy) "Things Are Comingggg." So the cryptic comment under one of her posted photo.
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor described himself as "90% plant-based" and said he was curious to know why Eilish avoids, including meat, seafood, milk, eggs, and cheese.
"I am vegan. I've been vegan for, damn, seven years," Eilish began.
Educating herself about the ethics of the meat industry and the dairy industry guided her decision, the singer explained.
"Once you know that kind of thing and you see it, it's really hard to go back," she said.
Eilish continued, "And now, even though I have lots of friends that eat dairy and meat and I don't ever want to tell anybody what to do, I just can't go on in my life knowing what's going on in the animal world and like, not doing anything about it."
Growing up in Los Angeles' Highland Park neighborhood, Eilish. So, the transition from a to a vegan one was somewhat straightforward.
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"Things Are ComingGgg.", According to the cryptic comment under a photo you posted. © Provided by www.musikexpress.de Los Angeles, California - March 14: Billie Eilish Attends The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for the Recording Academy) "Things Are Comingggg." So the cryptic comment under one of her posted photo.
"Becoming vegan wasn't like a huge deal for me because meat was never a thing in my life. It wasn't like I missed meat - it wasn't like I had something to miss," the "Your Power" singer said on 2018 episode of the YouTube series
Eilish mentioned during a 2019 interview withthat she had an iron deficiency, adding that her mother, Maggie Baird, gives her iron supplements.
, a retired gastroenterologist of Lincoln County Hospital in the UK, previously told that vegetarians and vegans may be at a greater risk for low iron. However, he said that nuts, dried fruit, and vegetables can help level out iron deficiency.
In recent years, the "Ocean Eyes" singer hasto raise awareness about animal cruelty, often posting videos about the meat and dairy industries to her 83.7 million Instagram followers.
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