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Sunny Leone says she's turning vegan

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Actress Sunny Leone, a vegetarian, says her doctor has told her to stay away from alcohol, dairy products and spicy food.

"(I am) not well and my blood needs to be purified from infection and there is too much heat in my body," Sunny, 35, posted on Twitter. "So I'm drinking special bad tasting tea."

"Sad morning! My traditional Chinese medicine doctor has told me - no caffeine, no alcohol, no dairy, no meat (I'm veg so that's fine) and no spicy food.

"I believe in traditional Chinese medicine and I guess its God's way of telling me I'm turning into a vegan, no alcohol... Caffeine... No toxins," she added.

Sunny was last seen in the film "Beiimaan Love", directed by Rajeev Chaudhari. The film also featured Rajniesh Duggall.

--IANS

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Sunny Leone says she's turning vegan

Actress Sunny Leone, a vegetarian, says her doctor has told her to stay away from alcohol, dairy products and spicy food.

Actress Sunny Leone, a vegetarian, says her doctor has told her to stay away from alcohol, dairy products and spicy food.

"(I am) not well and my blood needs to be purified from infection and there is too much heat in my body," Sunny, 35, posted on Twitter. "So I'm drinking special bad tasting tea."

"Sad morning! My traditional Chinese medicine doctor has told me - no caffeine, no alcohol, no dairy, no meat (I'm veg so that's fine) and no spicy food.

"I believe in traditional Chinese medicine and I guess its God's way of telling me I'm turning into a vegan, no alcohol... Caffeine... No toxins," she added.

Sunny was last seen in the film "Beiimaan Love", directed by Rajeev Chaudhari. The film also featured Rajniesh Duggall.

--IANS

dc/sas/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sunny Leone says she's turning vegan

Actress Sunny Leone, a vegetarian, says her doctor has told her to stay away from alcohol, dairy products and spicy food.

"(I am) not well and my blood needs to be purified from infection and there is too much heat in my body," Sunny, 35, posted on Twitter. "So I'm drinking special bad tasting tea."

"Sad morning! My traditional Chinese medicine doctor has told me - no caffeine, no alcohol, no dairy, no meat (I'm veg so that's fine) and no spicy food.

"I believe in traditional Chinese medicine and I guess its God's way of telling me I'm turning into a vegan, no alcohol... Caffeine... No toxins," she added.

Sunny was last seen in the film "Beiimaan Love", directed by Rajeev Chaudhari. The film also featured Rajniesh Duggall.

--IANS

dc/sas/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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