Bollywood actress Amy Jackson has turned into a defender of farm animals in PETA's brand new campaign during vegetarian awareness month in October.
The campaign by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India shows Amy smiling with a chick on her bare shoulder next to the words "Vegetarians Make Chicks Happy".
"(M)eat products can cause cancer, heart disease, obesity. So for cutting all of that out... it's just a no-brainer that we're going to be a lot healthier," Amy said in a statement.
The actress says after turning vegetarian, she has noticed a change in her body.
"(My) skin's got a lot clearer. I've noticed a change in my body. I've noticed a change in my metabolism. So I feel a lot healthier, a lot lighter, with a lot more energy also," she added.
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