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Comedian Dave Hughes Says ‘Miracle’ Vegan Diet Is ‘Better’ For His Body

'Apart from all the ethical considerations and it being better for the environment, it’s also better for my body'

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Comedian Dave Hughes has described his vegan diet as ‘better’ for his body. 

The Australian celebrity ditched animal products back in 2019. Last year, he revealed eating plant-based had boosted his sex life.

Speaking on his radio show, Hughesy And EdHughes reportedly said: “Being a vegan or plant-based is a game-changer in the bedroom. There we go. I’m claiming it.”

Dave Hughes’ interview

Now, Hughes has praised veganism in a recent interview with Body and Soul

“I’ve found [eating vegan] really good,” the star said. “It gets a little tricky when you’re looking at a restaurant menu and it’s limited. 

“For me, it’s well worth it. Apart from all the ethical considerations and it being better for the environment, it’s also better for my body. “

‘It’s actually a miracle’

“I just turned 50 and I can run every day now without getting sore. It’s actually a miracle – I’m going to call it a miracle! I’m running 5km in just over 20 minutes.”

Hughes added that he is ‘shocked’ by how good his body is at the moment. He then concluded: “I woke up stiff and sore for 15 bloody years, I reckon.

“Now I can go down the stairs in the morning without going sideways – I go front ways because I’m not sore at all.”

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Liam Gilliver

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'.

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