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Pamela Anderson’s Vegan Diet

Pamela Anderson says that a vegan diet has helped her manage Hepatitis C.

Actress Pamela Anderson revealed at the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) 30th anniversary celebration in Hollywood, Calif. on September 26 that a vegan diet has helped her manage Hepatitis C. Anderson, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2002, said that a vegan diet has helped her manage her health. “I always feel healthy, but I feel better,” Anderson said. Anderson has participated in numerous campaigns for PETA and has been a longitme supporter of the organization's work. PETA’s 30th Anniversary benefit was hosted by Alec Baldwin, and celebrities Lea Michele, Anjelica Huston, Eva Mendez, Joaquin Phoenix, and Kellan Lutz were in attendance.

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