WWE: Why is Daniel Bryan No Longer a Vegan?

In a recent interview, reigning WWE Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan revealed that he has given up being a vegan (someone who, in addition to not eating meat, also abstains from eating any food that comes from animals, such as eggs and dairy products). The Wrestling-Online Newsletter is now reporting that Bryan’s decision was not entirely voluntary as Bryan has revealed he originally became a vegan due to health issues. As of late, however, Bryan has been getting sick and, after a trip to the doctor, Bryan discovered that he has a soy intolerance and that he would have to change his diet and give up soy products (which is the main food source for vegans). The former World Heavyweight Champion’s change in lifestyle has not been supported by everyone as Bryan has been bashed and insulted on Twitter by the vegan community.

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