21-Day Vegan Kickstart

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DAY 20: Crazy-Sexy Advice from Kris Carr!

Nutritious food can be a powerful tool to protect us against many diseases, including cancer. The Cancer Project, a PCRM program, offers Food for Life Nutrition and Cooking Classes for Cancer Survival and Prevention in cities across the United States. Check out the list of upcoming classes.

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At the age of 8, Jennifer Landon lost her father, Michael Landon, to cancer. Now Jennifer, an Emmy Award-winning actress, is speaking out about the disease that took her father's life.

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A Message from Kris Carr

Kris Carrleft quoteAs a result of your efforts, you're gonna twinkle from the inside out. No one can package that in a fancy French bottle! Only you can ignite the glow! Commit and try to be as consistent possible. Your big task is to balance between pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and being gentle. There's no need to be "in it to win it." Be in it to do better and feel better-that's more than enough.right quote

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

Susan Says
Vitamin C is naturally found in plant foods and helps the body absorb iron. Add a Mandarin orange to your spinach salad or squeeze some lemon on top of your Swiss chard to really take advantage of Popeye's favorite food.

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