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Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor Try Plant-Based Diet

The Hollywood funnyman's wife Christine Taylor recently opened up about their decision to go vegan.

Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor are already a power couple for their shared acting chops, but now they also share a plant-based diet. On Wednesday, Taylor told People magazine that she and her husband had shifted their family to a vegan diet, even including their two children. So far, Taylor says the couple has enjoyed an increased level of energy and improved skin, as well as an overall healthier lifestyle. But, she reveals that transitioning picky kids to new foods hasn’t been all fun and games. “We have friends that are vegan and their kids came out vegan … I’m so jealous that they had the information and started the kids early because now to go back, it’s a little harder,” Taylor explains.

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