5 Famous Celebrities Who Follow a Raw Vegan Lifestyle

So many celebrities are so much more than the movies they’re in or the games they play. They are also activists, warriors for healthy living and eating. They wear and eat only natural things and find they feel better and do their jobs better for it. So many celebrities use the spotlight to let their causes shine, and these are only a few.

  • Woody Harrelson
    • The Oscar-nominated actor is not only raw vegan, he’s been raw for over 30 years! Harrelson has talked about his lactose intolerance and acne being the biggest reasons he turned raw in the ‘80s. Harrelson apparently lives on an organic farm on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The 56-year-old star of “The Hunger Games” franchise said to Mike Sager of Esquire that he “doesn’t wear clothes made of synthetic materials or cleaned at conventional cleaners…[he] literally get[s] nauseous.”
  • Alicia Silverstone
    • Eat meat? Ugh, as if! “Clueless” actor Alicia Silverstone became vegan at the age of 21, after watching a documentary that showed the raising and slaughtering practices at most farms in the country. She also dealt with skin issues that apparently cleared up as soon as she went raw vegan. You can find her own words about her experience on www.thekindlife.com.
  • Miranda Kerr
    • Victoria’s Secret supermodel Miranda Kerr has been living the raw vegan life since around 2012. She told Women’s Fitness that “I find the most satisfying food is food that’s full of life, so it’s raw and clean and organic.”
  • Jason Mraz
    • When the “I’m Yours” singer found out he had diabetes in 2008, going raw vegan seemed like a natural next step. He told Healthy Bliss that “Anything processed just doesn’t seem real. I may as well eat cardboard if it has the same nutritional value.”
  • Venus Williams
    • In 2011, Venus Williams’ career almost stopped. She was diagnosed with Sjögren’s syndrome, which is an autoimmune disease. Her cure? Going raw vegan. In Health magazine, Williams advised that people who want to eat well and be well do what’s best for them, not what’s best for her.