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Alanis Morissette Loses 20 Pounds With Her New Vegan Diet

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I’ve got one hand in my pocket and the other one is holding some tofu!

Alanis Morissette has joined the ranks of compassionate celebrities by making public her commitment to the vegan lifestyle! HELL, YEAH!!

According to OK, Alanis turned to the vegan diet after gaining a few extra pounds and reading Eat to Live which covers the many health benefits of a vegan diet. Oh and after Alanis went vegan, guess what happened? Chick lost 20 pounds and felt better than ever!!

About her new healthy lifestyle, Morissette says, “I’m back to what I was born to be, at my best. … I feel very alive. … I have no more aches and pains, and my allergies are gone, too.”

If you’d like to lighten your footprint on the planet and lead a more compassionate life, join Alanis and make the resolution to go meat-free in 2009. YOU.CAN.DO.IT!!!!

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