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Glee star Lea Michele appears on the June cover of Women’s Health and shares her story of going vegan.

The cover of the June issue of Women's Health magazine features actress Lea Michele, who shares how going vegan has helped her feel lighter and healthier. The Glee actress says that she transitioned from vegetarianism to veganism after reading The New York Times bestseller Skinny Bitch, which opened her eyes to the negative health effects of dairy and to the cruel reality of dairy industry practices. Michele also shares that she is a vegan foodie, and has learned to veganize many of her mother's favorite recipes since adopting a cruelty-free diet. In the May issue of InStyle, Michele shared her mother's recipe for vegetable lasagna roll ups.

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