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Emily Deschanel Go Vegan Week

Emily Deschanel is supporting IDA World Go Vegan Week campaign.

Actress Emily Deschanel, best known for her role on the television series Bones, is speaking up in support of In Defense of Animals (IDA) World Go Vegan Week campaign. The vegan actress is an animal-rights advocate, and supports IDA’s annual initiative to encourage people to try veganism, which is taking place this year October 24 to 31. “A plant-based diet not only improves your health, it significantly reduces your carbon footprint and preserves resources for future generations,” Deschanel said. “So please join me in creating a healthy future, and go vegan for World Go Vegan Week.”

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