Carrie Underwood’s Cheese Hunger Stops her Going Vegan | entertainment news

Carrie Underwood says her appetite for cheese means she can only “flirt” with going vegan.

The “Inside Your Heaven” singer is a vegetarian, and while she’s tried to stick to a zero-animal diet, she just can’t satisfy her hunger with cheese, as non-dairy alternatives don’t taste comparable.

Speaking of her favorite “cheat meal”, she told Entertainment Tonight Canada that she is “a big cheese person”.

Carrie, who was given a head sculpture made from a 40-pound block of Wisconsin cheese while on tour in 2019, said: “I’m a vegetarian and I’ll flirt with veganism sometimes, but cheese is my vice… a giant plate of cheese.”

The American Idol winner, who has sons Isaiah Michael, 7, and Jacob Bryan, 3, with her husband, NHL player Mike Fisher, 42, also said on the Confessions of Country Stars game that her sons are already enjoying to be around beautiful women. .

Speaking of touring with her children and fellow country artists Maddie Foni and Tae Kerr, as well as the band Runaway June, the 39-year-old musician said: Incredible ladies.

“We had Maddie and Tae and we had Runaway June and they loved my kids so much.

“Isaiah was always on someone’s lap, you know, eating because he knew. He knew what he was doing. He’s like, “Pretty girls? I’m here.’ “

Adding that her friends on the tour are the perfect babysitters, she said, “They were so kind to them, so I would definitely trust any of those ladies to look after the boys because they did.”

When asked to name one of her items that annoyed her family, Underwood joked, “Nothing, I’m perfect.”

But then Carrie admitted that she was a “bad driver” and “can’t count.”

Underwood’s admission that she’s craving high-calorie cheese comes after she detailed her struggles to lose weight last year, which led her to turn to weight loss supplements.

She admitted, “I knew I weighed more than ever before. Then, as soon as you start making small adjustments, people immediately start saying, “You look so good!”

“Then you start to wonder, ‘How bad did I look before?’ Then it’s like, “Well, I think I should continue.” Then you start eating less.”

The singer, who gained 30 pounds when she had her first son but now has her own wellness app, admitted to taking supplements containing the stimulant ephedrine, which is illegal in the US: “I took ephedra products. It wasn’t the best way. If I could go back and talk to myself, I would say, “This is how you do it right.”

Banned by the US Food and Drug Administration since April 2004, ephedra can cause heart palpitations and high blood pressure with side effects including increased heart rate, nausea, and vomiting.


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