Kickstart Your Health Vegan-Style

Whether you’re drawn to chocolate, cookies, potato chips, cheese or burgers and fries, we all have foods we can’t seem to resist – foods that sabotage our best efforts to improve our health.

Based on research by Neal Barnard, M.D., the Vegan Kickstart 21-day program is designed for anyone who wants to explore and experience the health benefits of a vegan diet.

During these three weeks you will have an all-access pass to daily e-tips to put you on the path to weight loss, easy and satisfying recipes and motivational nutrition webcasts featuring Dr. Barnard.

The preprogram countdown is about to begin – it’s a perfect time to join in!

Find out more about the Vegan Kickstart 21-day program here.


Bmr Reddy
Bmr Reddy3 years ago

Thank you

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen3 years ago

Thank you :)

Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

Claire M.
Claire M.4 years ago

Love the 21 day kickstart idea! Thanks for sharing.

John S.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thanks, how will receiving tips of the days help when my panty probably will not include those items? Maybe give a preview of how to prepare for the change.

Heidi R.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thank you.

Patricia H.
Patricia H.4 years ago

thanks for sharing

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Debra M.
Debra G.4 years ago

While veganism may be a gentler way to live and better for the environment, the attitudes of some vegans is antithetical to a calm and educational discourse. There is no need to throw vitriol at anyone for ones own beliefs. I have signed up to do the 21 day jumpstart, but I will not bang anyone over the head with it, no more than I will suggest that to be a whole human, you have to engage in cliff jumping. My hope, and goal, is to educate people on where their food comes from and the ramifications of eating sources from mega-farms, and agri-corporations such as Cargill, Monsanto, and others. My hope is that a movement gains momentum about buying local, buying from small family owned farms, buying organic, for your health, and for the health ultimately of everyone. It would be lovely if all people in the US thought that helping others to lift themselves out of poverty were a good and doable thing, and that ending animal cruelty were as easy. But people do not think that way, so it is up to all of us to gently pull our neighbors toward more sustainable methods for food, and toward a more humane nation. Can we not do that without being nasty?