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The Green Quote: Woody Harrelson's Dairy-Free Bus Ride

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“When I was 23, 24, I used to have a really bad runny nose, mucus, tons of acne, reddishness all over. A woman on a bus I took looked at me and said I was lactose intolerant.

“(She said), ‘Stop dairy for three days, and all this is going to go away.’ I stopped dairy, and sure enough it was gone three days later, never to return except when I get dairy accidentally.”

Green actor Woody Harrelson telling ‘Hustler’ magazine (yes, Hustler) what finally made him give up dairy. Do you have a dairy-free story? Chime in and share!

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