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Ne-Yo Goes Vegan for the New Year and for Animals

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R&B artist Ne-Yo has declared that his new year’s resolution is to go vegan. So, we can assume the singer is nearly 48 hours into his new cruelty free lifestyle.

He tweeted yesterday, “Ok. To any Vegans out there. Imma need your help. Need some quick snack ideas that I can eat as well as any recipes. #VeganLifeDay1.” So, any vegans who want to help him out, tweet him at @NeYoCompound.

For those worried he’s another famous person on a temporary health kick, Ne-Yo has made the change to do more than lower his cholesterol. He wrote, “Went vegan for the new year mainly just to test my discipline but after reading up on animal cruelty and what not, much more meaning to it.”

Thank you Ne-Yo for being our first celeb of the year to make the change. If he’d like to get some great recipes, he could take a look at our top 10 from 2012, or check out the new vegan cooking show debuting on The Cooking Channel this Sunday. Or, he could buy any of the insanely amazing vegan cookbooks that have hit the market over the past few years.

When a handsome talented fellow like Ne-Yo asks the vegan community for help, it seems only right that we do what we can. We’ll be tweeting at him. Will you?

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