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Kristen Bell Shows Eco Side In New Issue Of Shape Magazine

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We’re pretty huge fans of actress Kristen Bell around these parts. The very green, very veg actress is always finding ways to talk about her sustainable lifestyle; and we think that’s just great!

In the latest issue of Shape magazine, Bell reveals, “I don’t mind paying a bit more for things made with sustainable materials. I love FEED bags by Ellen Gustafson and Lauren Bush [from $60; feedprojects.com]. They’re eco-friendly, and most of the proceeds go to feeding and educating children around the world.”

While the veg actress still consumes dairy, she’s found it doesn’t particularly sit well with her.

“I’ve learned I don’t really feel well after I eat it,” she said. “But I also know that devouring a whole cheesecake with my girlfriends can feel incredible! I’m always going to be the kind of person who treats myself.”

We hate the thought of your stomach hurting, Kristen. Might we suggest a cheesecake from Vegan Treats? We guarantee you’ll experience all the cheesecake sin without the gross feeling afterword. GUARANTEE!

Check out Shape.com to read the entire interview.

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