Reality TV Star Lucy Mecklenburgh To Go 'Part Time' Plant Based

She wouldn't go fully plant-based because she 'enjoys' animal products 'too much'
The celeb will be eating plant-based for a couple days a week (Photo: Facebook)

British reality TV celeb Lucy Mecklenburgh has announced her intention to cut out meat and dairy from her diet - but only for a few days per week.

The former The Only Way is Essex star aims to drop the animal-based products in the next few months - but she won't become 100 percent plant-based because she 'enjoys' them 'too much'.


Mecklenburgh told media outlet List: "I do meat-free Mondays and I might do one or two days a week vegan now, after going to the retreat, to re-educate myself. 

"But I wouldn't do it all the time because I couldn't cut out eggs, meat and fish. I enjoy them too much."

The 26-year-old actor also announced she will be taking a break from reality TV.


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