Did you know? Vaarun Bhagat lives 'The Green Life': Opens up about the heart&touching reason behind turning vegan

Actors are arguably the most influential people when it comes to health and fitness since they are in good shape and frequently show off their bodies. Hence, in Bollywood, there are many actors who follow a vegan diet, but did you know Vaarun Bhagat of "Undekhi" fame was an ardent non-vegetarian who turned vegan?  Actor Vaarun Bhagat opens up about his journey from being a hardcore non-vegetarian to turning vegan. The actor goes on to say, "I am a Punjabi, so I have grown up eating a lot of meat. But when one of my close friends' six-month-old baby was diagnosed with Type A diabetes and was supposed to take four insulin injections a day, the doctor advised him to turn completely vegan. He's now two years old, completely healthy, and no longer requires insulin injections. So that's when I started reading about veganism and its many health benefits. Going vegan is the best thing you can do to safeguard your own health, help stop animal suffering, and protect the environment."  When asked about the difference he felt after turning vegan, the actor said, "I went vegan, and I’ve never felt better. Now, I want to share that wonderful feeling with everybody I know. Like one of the major changes that I noticed was my energy levels while working out are much higher and I've never looked better since I went vegan. " On the work front, Vaarun Bhagat received applause for his series 'Undekhi' created by Sidharth Sengupta, which was officially released on Sony LIV and is being produced by Applause Entertainment and Banijay Asia. Apart from that, Vaarun was also seen in the series Udan Patolas, and Dulha Wanted. The actor will also be a part of Sidharth Sengupta's next which is 'Aar ya Paar'. There are a few more things in the pipeline for the actor, which will be announced soon.

Did you know? Vaarun Bhagat lives 'The Green Life': Opens up about the heart&touching reason behind turning vegan
Did you know? Vaarun Bhagat lives 'The Green Life': Opens up about the heart&touching reason behind turning vegan

Actors are arguably the most influential people when it comes to health and fitness since they are in good shape and frequently show off their bodies. Hence, in Bollywood, there are many actors who follow a vegan diet, but did you know Vaarun Bhagat of "Undekhi" fame was an ardent non-vegetarian who turned vegan?  Actor Vaarun Bhagat opens up about his journey from being a hardcore non-vegetarian to turning vegan.

The actor goes on to say, "I am a Punjabi, so I have grown up eating a lot of meat. But when one of my close friends' six-month-old baby was diagnosed with Type A diabetes and was supposed to take four insulin injections a day, the doctor advised him to turn completely vegan. He's now two years old, completely healthy, and no longer requires insulin injections. So that's when I started reading about veganism and its many health benefits.

Going vegan is the best thing you can do to safeguard your own health, help stop animal suffering, and protect the environment."  When asked about the difference he felt after turning vegan, the actor said, "I went vegan, and I’ve never felt better. Now, I want to share that wonderful feeling with everybody I know. Like one of the major changes that I noticed was my energy levels while working out are much higher and I've never looked better since I went vegan. " On the work front, Vaarun Bhagat received applause for his series 'Undekhi' created by Sidharth Sengupta, which was officially released on Sony LIV and is being produced by Applause Entertainment and Banijay Asia.

Apart from that, Vaarun was also seen in the series Udan Patolas, and Dulha Wanted. The actor will also be a part of Sidharth Sengupta's next which is 'Aar ya Paar'. There are a few more things in the pipeline for the actor, which will be announced soon.

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