Chipotle’s new vegan burrito is named after Miley Cyrus’ TikTok comment – Totally Vegan Buzz

Chipotle’s new vegan burrito is named after Miley Cyrus’ TikTok comment

Chipotle's new vegan burrito is named after Miley Cyrus
Images: DFree / shutterstock.com and Chipotle

The veggie burrito is made of white rice, black beans, fajita veggies, roasted chili-corn salsa, tomatillo-red chili salsa, romaine lettuce and guacamole.

Miley Cyrus has a brand-new meal named after her at Chipotle after dropping a comment on the restaurant’s TikTok account.

It all started with the fast-food restaurant chain hopping on to the new trend in which TikTok users are asking for Cyrus to comment on their videos in what is described as “If Miley Cyrus comments, I’ll do something” challenge.

Chipotle played along and posted a video of a Miley burrito and captioned it: “If Miley Cyrus comments we’ll make a Miley burrito in our app.”

The 28-year-old responded with a comment: “Only if you name it ‘the guac is extra but so is Miley burrito.’’

The “Guac Is Extra But So Is Miley” burrito inspired by Cyrus’ favourite order features white rice, black beans, fajita veggies, roasted chili-corn salsa, tomatillo-red chili salsa, romaine lettuce and guacamole.

The 1030 calorie-packed burrito is priced at $8.75 and will be exclusively available for a limited time on Chipotle’s app or website.

Cyrus ditched the vegan diet

Although Chipotle Cyrus’ burrito is vegetarian, Cyrus recently confessed that she had made a few changes to her diet after a vegan diet left her mentally fatigued.

During an interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast in September, she said: “I was vegan for a very long time and I’ve had to introduce fish and omegas into my life because my brain wasn’t functioning properly.”

Myths

Her comments received a lot of flak and a number a number of health professionals clarified how the idea of fish oil boosting brainpower has no scientific evidence.

Plant-based medic Dr. Michael Greger in his post “ The Purported Benefits of Eating Fish” cited available randomized controlled trials that showed no benefit for cognitive function with omega-3 supplementation in studies spanning 6 to 40 months among healthy older adults.

In addition, he highlighted that the adults eating fish were exposed to mercury, which reflected in that they not only had subtle EEG brain wave changes, but “observable deficits in neurobehavioral performance measures,” such as poorer results on tests of fine motor speed and dexterity, as well as concentration.

 “Some aspects of verbal learning and memory were also disrupted by mercury exposure,” and the effects were more pronounced as the levels increased, his post revelaed.

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