21-Day Vegan Kickstart

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DAY 4: Wyntergrace Williams Gives You the 411 on Going Vegan

myKickstart Health Tracker: Track weight, cholesterol, blood pressure, and moreWelcome to day four of the Kickstart. For today, focus on eating vegan all day. Load up on fruits, vegetables, beans, and grains. Whether you are eating out or preparing your own meals, you will love these foods. They are delicious and satisfying.

Today’s Meal Plan and Recipes

  • Breakfast: Cereal with plant milk (your choice) and fresh or frozen berries
  • Lunch: Vegan cup of soup (McDougall's or Amy's) with White Bean Hummus with Fresh Thyme and Basil and whole-grain bread
  • Snack: Carrots and apple
  • Dinner: Kickstart DIY: Green, grain and a bean, example: couscous, lentil (or 1/2 cup or so leftover Quick Black Bean Chili), and kale

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A Message from Wyntergrace Williams


Wyntergrace Williamsleft quoteWhen I was in middle school, I began to notice the unhealthy foods and lack of vegetarian options in my cafeteria. So I started a petition that got healthful foods into my school's lunches. The petition got the attention of school officials, parents, and students who also wanted healthier options in our school lunches. For a few of my nutrition tips, visit my Kickstart page >right quote

Susan Says: Cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower stimulate your liver to make more of the enzymes that remove cancer-causing chemicals from your body. The effect begins within 48 hours of eating them. Cooking them does not destroy their effectiveness.


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