Vegan Celebs Miley Cyrus And Liam Hemsworth Say 'Watch What The Health'

The plant-based power couple are major fans of the movie
Singer Miley Cyrus and her partner actor Liam Hemsworth are both vegan

Plant-based documentary What The Health has made waves since its release on Netflix - and now it has won more celebrity fans.

Vegan power couple Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have posted about their love for the film on Instagram, recommending the legions of fans to give the movie a go.

Miley Cyrus took to social media to promote the film

'Proud'

Singer Cyrus wrote: "Watching What The Health with my puppies and I am so proud to call myself vegan! 

"By not consuming animal products over the years I have protected myself from preventable diseases and saved the valuable lives of animals that would be turned into breakfast/lunch/dinner.

"Think before you eat! Go vegan!"

Actor Liam Hemsworth is a fan of the movie

'Watch it'

Hemsworth, who is famous for his role in the Hunger Game films, added: "If you care about your health, animal welfare or the planet we all live on, you must watch this documentary. 

"If you don't care, you should still watch it."

Liam Hemsworth was enthusiastic about the movie (Photo: Gage Skidmore)

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