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Adrienne Bailon Reveals Weight Loss After Going on a Vegan Diet

Image: Instagram/ Adrienne Bailon

Adrienne Bailon is showing off her weight loss after going on a plant-based diet in February.

The former Cheetah Girl shared a picture on her Instagram today in a tight-fitting pink and red jumpsuit, while standing in front of a wall with the word “Love” painted on it.

Soon after posting the image, one fan took notice to Bailon’s new figure, asking: “Are you losing weight?”

“Yes! Thank you for noticing lol,” Bailon replied.

The host of “The Real” first announced she was on a vegan diet in February in a YouTube video posted to her All Things Adrienne channel.

“Surprise! I am officially now vegan or attempting to be vegan,” she said in the video.

“I’ve actually done it for a few weeks now and I love it so this [unsweetened almond milk] is now part of my whole diet as well.”

She revealed the vegan contents of her fridge, showing fans her plant-based food staples, which include Califia Farms almond milk, blueberries, watermelon and celery juice.

She added that one of her favorite desserts is apple pie pancakes, where she uses apple sauce in place of eggs to make it vegan.

She also showed off a healthy serving of green vegetables, bell peppers and salads.

During the video, Bailon also revealed some eggs, which she says she makes for her husband who eats mostly plant based but does not follow a vegan diet.

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Paul Ibirogba

Written by Paul Ibirogba

Paul is a former writing teacher turned writer. He loves to travel the world (the southeast Asia region in particular), meet people from a variety of cultures and learn about various lifestyles. When he's not doing one of those things, he's probably reading non-fiction or watching YouTube videos.

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