Popular "Indiana Jones" actor Harrison Ford unveils a new change in diet. The 77-year-old announced that meat-eating isn't good for him and the planet as well.
During a live appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, the host expressed a personal opinion about Ford's look, acknowledging how good he looked in his splendid suit.
Ellen was quite inquisitive, asking if he had made any changes to his diet. The 77-year-old actor, famously known from the award-winning movie, "Star Wars," effortlessly made the audience laugh when he asked DeGeneres jokingly how he looked in the past.
The TV host was creatively good at keeping the joke flowing as she funnily said Ford used to have a bad look but now looks amazingly different.
The tv host was very much interested in knowing the reason behind his looks and also reported to the hearing of everyone about how she came across a change in his diet while she was reading.
A photo of Ford riding an electric bike was displayed on the screen as she anticipated his response. Finally, Ford gave up the chase and revealed that when it comes to his current diet, meat products or any dairy is a no go area for him.
He encouraged youth activism for the protection of the environment and notably credited Greta Thunberg for her relentless effort in making her opinion known to the world.
He further informed his listeners that he hasn't done practically much to change his diet but has decided to settle for fish and vegetables.
Audience members also contributed to the conversation on stage by calling out possible food options for the star, such as carbs and gluten, but the actor considered them really boring.
"Eating clean is nice?" DeGeneres asked promptly. "Yeah, it's good", the actor asserted. However, the host inquired more about the core reason for the change to which he elaborated,
"I just decided that I was tired of eating meat …it's not good for the planet, and I discover it isn't good for me."
As the show was gradually coming to an end, the host engaged her guest with talks of the environment drawing reference to his visit to Jimmy Kimmel live on February 10.
He made his views clear, stating that the biggest threat to humanity is the threat of the natural world. He encouraged youth activism for the protection of the environment and notably credited Greta Thunberg for her relentless effort in making her opinion known to the world.
The show was concluded as Ellen DeGeneres further inquired about the Indiana Jones project, which the actor revealed is starting this summer.