21-Day Vegan Kickstart

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DAY 17: What Going Vegan Did for Maggie Q

Today’s Pumpkin and Tomato Soup is packed with lycopene that helps fight prostate cancer. Watch today’s Poker Night ad to learn more about how men can prevent cancer with a healthful diet.

Today’s Meal Plan and Recipes: Chinese Cuisine Day from Kickstart China Menu

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Poker Night
In Poker Night, a humorous PSA from PCRM's Cancer Project, an unsuspecting new player enters carrying a large bucket of fried chicken. The players subject him to good-natured “new guy” ribbing—and the new guy learns that a low-fat vegetarian diet can help prevent prostate cancer.

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A Message from Maggie Q

Maggie Qleft quoteTaking animals and animal products out of my diet has done more for my personal health than I could have ever imagined. It’s true that what's best for the planet is also best for you. I owe my energy, my outlook, and my interconnectedness to an animal-free diet. Never has my mind been so clear—in every way.right quote

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

Susan Says: Eating a vegan diet will provide all the essential amino acids you need for a healthy body. In fact, “complementing” proteins is no longer required in one sitting. As long as you get variation throughout the day, e.g., whole grains for breakfast and legumes during supper, you will be good to go. Our ancestors all over the planet really knew what they were doing when they ate beans and grains as their staple dish.

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