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Kickstart India: 21 Days of Vegan Recipes and Cooking Demos

It’s easy to learn how to veganize your favorite Indian foods. Sign up for Kickstart India today for three weeks of healthful, dairy-free recipes and cooking demonstrations of traditional Indian favorites.

Today, Kickstart India participants learn how to make tofu paneer bhurji:

As you know, traditional Indian diets are being eroded by the influx of meat and processed foods. People are eating more fatty cheese and milk products than ever before. These unhealthful foods are driving obesity and diabetes rates through the roof. But Kickstart India's low-fat, plant-based, and dairy-free meal plan provides a research-based roadmap to jumpstart weight loss, boost your health, and reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and other health problems.

Kickstart India will give you 21 daily e-mail messages that provide you an all-access pass to:

  • Three weeks of dairy-free recipes for traditional Indian favorites like carrot halwa, tofu palak paneer, and navratan kurma
  • Cooking demonstration videos by Dr. Nandita Shah, a Auroville-based physician
  • An online community forum to connect with others, get support, and have your nutrition questions answered by PCRM nutrition experts
  • Celebrity coaches who will offer their favorite vegan recipes and tips to stay on track during the program, including Amala Akkineni, Mallika Sherawat, Jackie Shroff, and Maggie Q.

 To being recieving messages today, sign up at 21DayKickstartIndia.org.



 
 

Mallika Sherawat

Mallika Sherawat

PCRM Online,
November 2012


   
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