Miley Cyrus now eats fish after being vegan for six years

Yvonne O'Halloran

Singer Miley Cyrus has revealed that she is no longer vegan after admitting on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast that she now eats fish.

The singer had been plant-based since 2014 and even adopted a pet pig which she lovingly named Pig Pig.

On the podcast, Cyrus claims that she was mentally fatigued and decided to start eating fish in the hopes that the omegas would give her more energy.

She stated: “I was vegan for a very long time and I’ve had to introduce fish and omegas into my life because my brain wasn’t functioning properly,”.

Supposedly she has seen positive changes in her health and cognitive function since changing her diet, adding: “Now I’m so much sharper than I was and I think that I was, at one point, pretty malnourished.”

The decision wasn’t easy however, as the Hannah Montana actress told Joe Rogan: “My ex-husband cooked me some fish on the grill. I cried, like, for a long time. I cried for the fish… it really hurts me to eat fish.”

ND Dr. Matthew Nagra took to Instagram to clarify that the underlying causes of fatigue (mental and physical) are complex and may not be diet related at all. He also added that an algae based supplement can provide a vegan source of omega-3 as an alternative to eating fish.

It is unknown whether Cyrus’ is working with a medical professional to address these health concerns.

Article written by Martha Moody- United Kingdom






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