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Sophia Bush Is On The Road To Veganism

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The vegan world just lost a celebrity advocate for a vegan diet with Ginnifer Goodwin jumping ship. Could Sophia Bush be her replacement?

While on The Craig Fergeson Show, Sophia Bush mentioned that she’s reading Alicia Silverstone’s book, The Kind Diet, and trying some recipes out. Now, she’s considering eventually going all the way.

Bush said about the dietary changes, “I don’t eat a lot of it any more but a little… I’m sure that in this transition eventually I won’t eat any meat at all.”

The One Tree Hill actress seemed most excited about the effect her dietary changes are having on her personal carbon footprint. She talked about how even the reduction of animal products in her daily life will decrease her impact on the environment.

We hope a few months down the line to be able to report a complete shift to a vegan diet. Quick, someone take Sophia to Farm Sanctuary to seal the deal. We’re rooting for you, Sophia!

Via Vegetarian Star

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