Mallika Sherawats Vegan Salad Will Inspire You To Eat Clean This Weekend!


Highlights

  • Mallika Sherawat is kickstarting her weekend on a healthy note
  • Mallika posted a picture of a vegan salad on her Instagram
  • A number of celebs are turning vegan

Bollywood actor Mallika Sherawat may not be making frequent appearance on the Indian silver screen, but she has been making headlines every now and then. Recently, the actor made headlines for locking herself up in a cage to promote ‘Free a Girl’ initiative, for which she is the brand ambassador. She also made head-turning appearances at the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival 2018. Additionally, Mallika Sherawat is starring in an episode of a web series called ‘The Story’. Sherawat is quite social media savvy and regularly posts pictures and videos from her travels and daily life. She also often posts pictures of vegan meals and drinks, convincing us that even meat-free food can be delicious.

Case in point is today, when Mallika Sherawat posted a picture of a vegan salad bowl on her Instagram stories. The meal looks wholesome and quite appetising. From what we can make out, Mallika Sherawat’s vegan salad is high in fats, thanks to the ripe green avocados, and low in carbs. “My favourite food, yumm”, Sherawat wrote about the very green vegan salad.

Have a look:

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Doesn’t that look delicious? Mallika Sherawat is inspiring us to eat healthy! But, it’s not just about salads for Sherawat. She also indulges in vegan burgers. Have a look:

“A juicy Vegan burger, on quinoa bread, yummmm”, wrote Mallika on Instagram. Even her teas are vegan.

“Chai in the Mumbai monsoon tastes even better (the chai I have is with Almond milk)”, she wrote on Instagram. Mallika Sherawat is among a growing crop of celebrities, who are going vegan, as more and more people associate themselves with the cause of cruelty-free food. However, vegan (meat- and dairy-free) food is still a luxury as vegan products are expensive and less frequently available in the markets. Well, we are inspired to eat clean and healthy by just looking at this salad. Aren’t you?





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30 Down With Intestinal Illness After Eating McDonald’s Salad In US


McDonald’s has responded with removing the salads off the menu in some stores. (Representational)

Washington: 

Health officials in the US states of Illinois and Iowa are probing an outbreak of intestinal illness which caused over 30 people to have diarrhea and nausea after consuming McDonalds salads.

More than 20 people who ate salads at McDonald”s restaurants in Illinois have suffered from cyclosporiasis, an intestinal illness, since mid-May, while 15 were sickened in Iowa, reports USA Today.

Cyclospora is a parasite more commonly found in developing countries. Symptoms of cyclospora infection include diarrhea, loss of appetite and weight, cramping, bloating or increased gas, nausea, fatigue, and low-grade fever.

“Anyone who ate these salads since the middle of June and who developed diarrhea, especially watery diarrhea and fatigue, should see their health care provider and get tested for Cyclospora to ensure an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment,” said Patricia Quinlisk, Iowa”s public health medical Director and epidemiologist.

In Illinois, public health officials have counted 90 cases of cyclospora since mid-May.

About a quarter of those who have fell ill say they had consumed McDonald’s salads within days of suffering symptoms.

Health officials in both states said McDonald’s is cooperating with the states, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration investigation.

McDonald’s said “out of an abundance of caution” it is in the process of removing salads from some restaurants and distribution centres and will resupply restaurants with salads from other suppliers, USA Today reported.

“Although a link has been made to salads sold in McDonald”s restaurants in some Illinois cases, public health officials continue to investigate other sources,” said Illinois public health director Nirav Shah.

“If you ate a salad from McDonald”s since mid-May and developed diarrhea and fatigue, contact a health care provider about testing and treatment.”





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