Remy Ma is slim thick these days and she’s giving her fans the secret to her new shape. This week, the Love & Hip Hop star posted a photo of her wearing skinny jeans, a mid drift top that showed off her waist, a jacket and nude heels.
You KNOW it’s an “off-guard” cuz had I known they was taking the picture I would’ve pulled up my waistband & sucked in my stomach lol 😂🤷🏽♀️ #ChichosMatter #FlawsAndAll #MelaninMagic #RemyMa #RemyMafia
When questioned by fans how she lost the weight she explained that she’s on a vegetarian diet and doesn’t drink soda. She also says she drinks lots of water.
This isn’t the first time she’s extolled the results of eating a plant-based diet. When she appeared on Wendy Williams last November, she also shared that she did a cleanse to reset before ditching meat. She said:
“First, I did a juicing. Then I stopped eating meats and eating mostly just fruits and vegetables – and water, water, water.”
She admitted the new diet was difficult, but the positive feedback has her feeling that she “really doesn’t need that soda” after all. Remy Ma is not the only celebrity to cut meat from her diet for health reasons.
Fellow musician and former frontman of The Black Eyed Peas, will.i.am, recently announced that he was following a vegan diet. He initially made the decision for health reasons after a visit to the doctor. The star explained:
“They said I had high blood pressure and high cholesterol,” I was like, ‘Why am I having that?”
The appointment shocked the singer into making a change. He said that after “The Voice” finished filming last year, he gave his life an overhaul.
“After we finished filming in December I went home, I became vegan, I biked to work, and I lost 15Ib.”
Going meat-free for health reasons is not just a celebrity trend. Across the globe, many people have been switching to a plant-based lifestyle for the benefit of their health. Thirty-nine percent of this year’s Veganuary participants claimed they took part in the challenge for health reasons. With more and more reports showing links between the consumption of animal products and various diseases, the rising interest in a meat-free lifestyle is unsurprising.