21-Day Vegan Kickstart

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DAY 14: Train like an Ultramarathoner

We’ve got a list of exactly what you’ll need to get through the final week of the Kickstart. Let’s get through this week together feeling the best we’ve ever felt. Have you run out of healthful foods at home and work? Here’s a quick list of foods to stock up on to stay fueled for the next few days: Instant oatmeal, Fruit, Salad greens, Brown rice, Pasta, Marinara sauce, A few cans of beans, A bag of frozen vegetables, Nondairy milk. If you have these staples, you are refueled! Refer back to your basic grocery list for even more ideas. Want to prepare for the upcoming week? Visit our shopping list for week three!

If you have these staples, you are refueled! Refer back to your basic grocery list for even more ideas.

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A Message from Scott Jurek

Scott Jurekleft quoteEndurance takes training—and that’s what you’re doing now. Soon, you’ll be prepared to continue your vegan diet for the long run. I’ve followed a vegan diet for a decade, and I’m the course record holder and consecutive seven-time champion of the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, two-time champion of the Badwater Ultramarathon, three-time Spartathlon champion, and winner of Hardrock 100.

For a few of my nutrition tips, visit my Kickstart page >

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Listen to a recording of the Physicians Committee's Doctors' Forum “Born To Run: A Hidden Tribe and Superathletes” featuring Scott Jurek and Chris McDougall, author of Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Listen to this presentation (wav)

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