Reading Time: < 1 minute Bruno Tonioli wants advice on going vegan. (Photo: Twitter)
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BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing judge, Bruno Tonioli, has credited his good health to reducing his meat intake, and now wants to go vegan for a month.

The dancer and choreographer, first tweeted about veganism last year after he reached out to the Vegan Society. More recently, the star’s announced he’s trying to ‘go vegan’ for a month.

‘Any advice?’

“I’ve been reading so much on the benefits of a plant-based diet and I have cut down on eating meat and feel so much better.

“I am going to try going vegan for a month. Has anyone tried it? Any advice? #vegan #plantbased,” Tonioli wrote.

Celebrity approval

The tweet, which gained nearly 400 likes and 17 retweets, caught the attention of fellow TV personality, Kristina Rihanoff, who said: “Aww amazing news! So glad you trying it. You can get amazing cooked vegan meals at http://allplants.com they deliver to your door.”

Animal-rights organization also responded to the tweet, saying: “There are so many benefits to enjoy! You’ll LOVE the way #VeganLife feels. We’re here with all the advice and motivation you need,” and attached a two-week vegan meal plan.

Tonioli also quote retweeted an article claiming 92 percent of plant-based meals were consumed by non-vegans, adding: “I am one of them,” along with a heart-face emoji, to his 193,000 followers.

Liam Giliver

Liam is the former Deputy Editor of Plant Based News. He has written for The Independent, Huffington Post, Attitude Magazine, and more. He is also the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.