Published on December 27, 2021, Updated on December 27, 2021
Sadie Sink Weight Loss and Vegan Journey Details!
Sadie Sink is an American actress best known for her roles as Suzanne Ballard on ‘American Odyssey’ and Max Mayfield on ‘The Stranger Things.’ She also starred alongside Dylan O’Brien in Taylor Swift’s short film All Too Well.
Sadie Sink has been a vegetarian since 2016. But after being friends with Woddy Harrelson, an ardent vegan for almost three decades, while shooting for the 2017 film ‘The Glass Castle,’ she shifted to a plant-based diet and took commitment to animals right even further.
Talking to Glamour, she said’
I’d always told myself I could never go vegan. I’m from Texas, my family are big meat-eaters. But, I decided I was going to give it a shot and I went ahead and did it. I made the switch almost five years ago after I worked with Woody Harrelson on a movie.
The 19-year-old actor, who appears to have lost a few pounds, told the publication about her change to a plant-based diet and credited her choice to Harrelson’s passionate position on veganism.
She further added,
He’s a very passionate vegan and his entire family is vegan as well, so by spending time with them, I was able to learn that a vegan lifestyle is totally doable and it’s not as hard as it may seem. It’s definitely something I still have to work on; you make mistakes in the beginning; but you just learn as you go.
Harrelson has been a vegan for 30 years and is an outspoken proponent of plant-based nutrition’s ecological, sustainability, environmental, and animal welfare, as well as medicinal advantages.
I eat vegan, but I eat mostly raw. If I have a cooked meal, I feel my energy drop. So when I first started shifting my diet, it wasn’t as much a moral or an ethical pursuit but an energetic pursuit.
While both stars are worried about the environmental and animal-rights consequences, they agree that transitioning to veganism can enhance physical well-being.
Sink’s exact weight loss is unknown, but the 19-year-old has repeatedly advocated for vegan beauty products, speaking to her followers about the benefits of having healthy skin and the need to separate consumer goods from animal industries.
If the vegan diet doesn’t work out for you, at least you can do something for animals – whether that’s the way you eat, or the way you dress, everything helps really. Pay attention to what you’re wearing because it’s not always obvious whether or not an item is vegan. It’s crazy because they’ll find ways to sneak in animal products or animal-based clothing items into your clothes, so I guess just kind of like do your research.
(References from: instyle.com | glamourmagazine.com | elle.com | weightandskin.com)