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Vegan Jenna Dewan-Tatum Will Raise Her Kid To Be Healthy

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Jenna Dewan-Tatum is leading the way for vegan and meat eater mixed marriages on how to raise their children.

The 33-year-old who stars in Witches of Eastwick is married to People’s Sexiest Man Alive. She is vegan and he is an avid carnivore but when it comes to their one year old baby Everly, she will get to choose.

“I don’t believe in forcing anyone into anything, but I’ll do my best to introduce her to healthy eating habits,” she said in the latest issue of Natural Health magazine.

One of the ways Dewan-Tatum will try to lure her baby daughter to the green side is to keep the eating process fun.

“We have a little garden so I’ll say, ‘Let’s go pick the vegetables we’re going to eat tonight,’” she shared. “My pediatrician believes it’s completely healthy and possible to have a vegan child and I think that’s amazing.”

Despite her best efforts, however, she said it will be up to Everly if she wants to be vegan or follow in daddy, Channing Tatum’s, footsteps when it comes to her diet.

“When Everly gets older, I think we should allow her to be her own person.”

Via People.com

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