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Larry Hagman Thankful 'Dallas' Costar Advised Him to Go Vegan

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Last year “Dallas” star Larry Hagman went vegan to help fight his cancer. By cutting out animal products, drinking freshly made juices and following an all organic diet, the actor was able to revamp his health, and now he’s 81-years-old and cancer free.

Turns out, he has his “Dallas” costar Linda Gray to thank for his healthier lifestyle. It was Gray who recommended he change his diet to help fight the cancer.

The actor said about the change, “I was getting fed through a feeding tube and the best way to get something through that little tube is having vegetation – and I feel better for it now. I’m more agile… I’m doing pretty well. I like it (vegan diet) and I’m thriving on it.”

Back when Hagman was new to veganism, he didn’t think he’d stick with it for the longterm. He said he’d probably reintroduce eggs and fish in a couple of weeks. That was back in January. Looks like the actor is so in love with his healthier eating that he decided to keep true to his plant based diet.

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  • It’s awesome what a vegan diet and juicing can do for a person. Organic foods are very important too. Check out ChooseVeg.com to find out more info on going veg!


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