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I only ate it because I used to think it was good for me.A writer, artist, and designer since she was young enough to put pencil to paper, Hilary taught herself code and created Urbanette when she was a teenager.She has never been the type to get caught up in scandals or set a bad example for her fans.As with any female celebrity, people love to look for flaws. Eating a vegan diet — it’s just so much healthier — and you avoid a lot of toxins that could age your skin and your body.Urbanette: I’m sorry to hear about your father having had cancer.I had it too, which was part of my process for going vegan. It seems like nowadays so many people get it — young people, too.She's always looking for hot new topics, destinations, and brands to bring to Urbanette readers.
Instead, she is aging gracefully and very –shockingly– slowly. And I needed to eat are fruits and vegetables to stay lean. Urbanette: The general public’s perception is that going vegan is not an easy feat.Labeling can have incredibly adverse effects on our mindset and body image.We tend to compare ourselves, our bodies, our personalities, and careers to people we admire and then strive to be like them.It can be really confusing and challenging to distill the information and understand what’s true vs. One day coffee and a glass of wine are must-haves due to their high levels of antioxidants and then the next we should steer clear of our nightly vino; some days we’re told to eat more protein for that svelte bod and then the next meat is ‘bad’.In a world where we look to the internet, social media, and our favorite influencers for social proof, it can be really challenging to navigate our way towards our healthiest self.