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Glee Star Lea Michele Credits Vegan Diet For Peppy Spirit

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The latest issue of OK! Magazine went straight to the source to find out how Glee star Lea Michele brings so much energy to her character Rachel.

“I’m a vegan,” Lea told OK!. “It makes me feel really good and bright. You need a lot of energy to play spunky Rachel Berry, so I’ve tried a lot of different things — and so far, this is working.”

Sound familiar? Back in August, Alicia Silverstone told Health Magazine that her vegan diet made her feel more “juicy” and “light”.

“Right after I first made the switch to a plant-based diet,” she said, “People were literally telling me, ‘What have you done? You’re sparkling.'”

So there you have it. The new vegan tagline should simply be: “Juicy bright goodness that will make you sparkle.”

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