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Win Wimbledon, Dominate the U.S. Open, Score Touchdowns, and Run 100 Miles—That’s One Powerful Diet!

Kickstart Intensive. Oct. 4-6 Register Now.Serena Williams went vegan to support her sister, Venus, who made the same diet change to conquer Sjogren's syndrome—an autoimmune disease. This summer Serena won Wimbledon. And this past weekend, she powered her way to victory and won her fourth U.S. Open title.

Running back Arian Foster went vegan this summer. Sunday night, his two touchdowns secured the Houston Texans’ win over the Miami Dolphins. Scott Jurek, the legendary ultra-long-distance runner and PCRM Kickstart coach, uses a plant-based diet as his edge on the competition.

Everywhere you look, vegan Olympians, baseball players, bodybuilders, cyclists, and Ironman triathletes are dominating their fields.

Scott Jurek

Scott Jurek

Whether your goal is to conquer illness, build endurance, or cut your recovery time between athletic bouts, there is nothing like a plant-based diet.

At next month’s Kickstart Intensive, my colleagues and I will show you how a vegan diet can help you reach your personal best. If you’d like to learn how to to make it easy and get all the shopping and cooking skills you’ll need, join me for the Kickstart Intensive on Oct. 4-6 in Washington, D.C. See you there!
 


     

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