February 21, 2021
From Plants Digest

The reality TV star Kim Kardashian has been promoting her ‘plant-based life’ on Instagram ever since she decided the lifestyle change.

© Kim Kardashian

“Plant-based does a body good,” is what Kim Kardashian captioned some of her latest photos with while garnering thousands of positive responses including comments “damn” and “hello plant life” from her sister Khloé Kardashian. However, not all the responses were positive. A few comments mentioned how it seems unfair for her to attribute how she looks to being plant based when she has had surgery to alter her look.

When did Kim go vegan?

Although Kim hasn’t specifically said that she’s fully vegan, she did say in a Twitter Q&A Interview that she’s “mostly plant-based and doesn’t eat meat anymore.” In 2019 she began transitioning to a plant-based diet and one of her Instagram posts captioned “I am eating all plant-based when I am home”. She said this to around 150 million followers at the time.

This isn’t the first time reality star Kim has gave credit to her plant based diet for her slim physique. In 2019, she was asked whether she has removed a rib to achieve her slim waist.

She replied: “No, I honestly think being a vegan now helped.”

Kim Kardashian Tells 205 Million Instagram Followers that "Plant-Based does a body good"
© Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian Ditched Fur

In the past, Kim has faced heavy criticism for her family’s role in in the use of real animal fur. Kim has remade faux-fur versions of some of her favorite coats.

Kim revealed the switch after posting a picture of her 5-year-old daughter North showing off a white fur coat.

“Remember when I wore this!” Kim captioned the picture. “She picked out the same look lol but fun fact- I took all of my fave furs and remade them in faux fur.”

Vegan charity PETA applauded the switch, commenting on her post: “LOVE it. Thank you for making compassionate changes that save animals and showing the world that #FurFree styles are the future!”

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Source: Plantsdigest.com