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The Old Spice Guy Shares Vegan Gluten-Free Diet On The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

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Ever since we first heard that the Old Spice Guy (aka Isaiah Mustafa) was eating vegan, we’ve officially been on team Old Spice.

Just a few days ago, Mustafa appeared on the Tonight Show and shared his special diet with Jay Leno.

“I’m lucky to workout with Tony Horton of P90x fame,” said Isaiah. “He’s got me on this diet right now that’s absolutely ridiculous. There are 5 things you can’t do: There’s no alcohol; no caffeine; no processed sugars; nothing with a face — no animals or animal byproducts; but here’s the tough one: no gluten.”

Wow! We’re jazzed to hear that Isaiah is talking about his plant-based diet on national television. Just more proof that vegans are ripped and rad, not weak and whiny.

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