Irish Beauty Rosanna Davison: Go Green, Go Vegan for Paddy’s Day

Posted by on March 17, 2014 | Permalink

Former Miss World Rosanna Davison, daughter of singer Chris de Burgh, shows off her stunning plant-fuelled body in new photos released just in time for St Patrick’s Day. Painted, courtesy of Dublin make-up artist Shima Mistry, as a sexy leprechaun lady, the qualified nutritionist is spreading the word that one of the best ways to stay healthy, slim and energised is to go vegan. Rosanna Davison PETA St Patrick's Day Vegan Ad © Marc O’Sullivan “Vegan meals are packed with nutrients and free of unhealthy animal fat and cholesterol, so they’re a great way to keep your weight down and your energy up”, says Rosanna, who is a certified nutritionist. “The best thing to do for your health and for animals is to go vegan – for St Patrick’s Day and every day!”

Vegan meals are also “greener”, as the meat industry is a leading cause of the greenhouse-gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

This is not the first time that the Irish beauty has spoken out to protect animals: the long-time vegan appealed to Ireland’s Minister for Agriculture last year to end Ireland’s cruel export of live animals.

Join Rosanna this St Patrick’s Day by trying out a healthy, green plant-based diet for yourself. And if you’re looking for vegan versions of your favourite Irish dishes, from “steak” to stout pie to colcannon, PETA US has got you covered.