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NBA Star John Salley Gushes Over Planet-Healthy Vegan Diet In New Interview

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NBA legend/ reality television star John Salley isn’t a shy man. In fact, he’s downright outspoken when it comes to his health.

John recently sat down with our pals over at VegNews.com for an exclusive interview about his plant-based diet and workout routine.

In the video, Sally shares his journey from Standard American Diet to macrobiotic, vegan, and finally raw vegan. The reason: health, spirituality and because he felt it was up to him to be “the mirror.”

The basketball star also talks about his time on reality television and how his peaceful way of life helped him survive.

Check out the video below to hear Salley in his own words. We know you’ll love!

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