Irish Beauty Rosanna Davison: Go Green, Go Vegan for Paddy’s Day
Former Miss World Rosanna Davison, daughter of singer Chris de Burgh, shows off her stunning plant-fuelled body in new photos released just in time for St Patrick’s Day. Painted, courtesy of Dublin make-up artist Shima Mistry, as a sexy leprechaun lady, the qualified nutritionist is spreading the word that one of the best ways to stay healthy, slim and energised is to go vegan.
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“Vegan meals are packed with nutrients and free of unhealthy animal fat and cholesterol, so they’re a great way to keep your weight down and your energy up”, says Rosanna, who is a certified nutritionist. “The best thing to do for your health and for animals is to go vegan – for St Patrick’s Day and every day!”
Vegan meals are also “greener”, as the meat industry is a leading cause of the greenhouse-gas emissions that contribute to climate change.
This is not the first time that the Irish beauty has spoken out to protect animals: the long-time vegan appealed to Ireland’s Minister for Agriculture last year to end Ireland’s cruel export of live animals.
Join Rosanna this St Patrick’s Day by trying out a healthy, green plant-based diet for yourself. And if you’re looking for vegan versions of your favourite Irish dishes, from “steak” to stout pie to colcannon, PETA US has got you covered.