Several prominent personalities have woken up to the benefits of going organic today. Whether here or abroad, they are slowly opting for the natural route and making sure that only the best is consumed. Here, we take a look at celebs who have embraced the organic lifestyle in their own way.
Gwyneth Paltrow was perhaps one of the first celebs who promoted organic living. It is no secret today that this top Hollywood actress follows an organic diet. She has 100% natural foods. Processed or refined food, meat, fish, eggs or dairy produce are not in her culinary dictionary. Gwyneth survives on fruit, vegetable, whole grains, cereals, etc., showing some serious commitment towards the green world. Her website too promotes living green.
‘Pretty Woman’ Julia Roberts has joined “Save our Soils” campaign to end careless farming and buy organic to protect soil. She is also completely dedicated to living organically as well as cultivates and grows an organic garden. So committed is the America’s sweetheart that her children too are learning to grow their own organic garden! Julia Roberts is said to believe that it is an excellent hobby and inspires local as well as seasonal eating.
As reported in The Indian Express. ‘The Simple Life’ star and socialite Nicole Richie does her utmost to lead a natural life. She rears her own veggies, reaches out only to organic food and is committed to cook only natural food for her kids. She goes a step forward as she chooses only harmless, chlorine-free clothing, and diapers for them to wear.
Why go far, our Dabangg bhaijaan, Salman Khan, is reported to balance out his platter with organic food. As reported in the website bollywoodlife, when shooting, our Sallubhai took Anushka on a searching spree for a bunch of fresh ripe organic tomatoes.
Katrina, the alluring ‘Singh is King’ actress has been following a healthy organic lifestyle too. Just recently she posted a picture of hers on Instagram with an organic carrot grown in her mini garden! Not only does she eat organic food, her makeup is reported to be organic too.
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