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Vegan Olivia Wilde

Hollywood starlet Olivia Wlide launches a new website and opens up about why she loves living a vegan lifestyle.

Recently, House actress Olivia Wilde celebrated the launch of her new website, Wilde Things, including an entire page sharing her vegan lifestyle. Wilde says that her primary reason for adopting a plant-based diet was to not support a system of animal cruelty, and since going vegan she’s happier and more energetic than ever before. The cruelty-free actress promises to post vegan recipes, articles, and ideas for fans that are interested in learning more about veganism. In 2009, Wilde appeared with Jack Black and Michael Cera in Year One. She has portrayed Dr. Remy Hadley on Fox’s House since 2007, and first gained mainstream attention as a reoccurring character on The O.C.

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