What Going Vegan Did for Maggie Q

It may surprise you to learn that foods play a decisive role in preventing cancer. During this program, you are learning about the very foods that can reduce the chances of you ever developing this disease. Learn about the research on cancer and food in our Healthy Eating for Life booklet. For people who have been diagnosed with cancer, these foods can also improve survival. Read Ruth Heidrich’s survival story >

Great Seal of the Navajo Nation
Welcome Vice President Jonathan Nez of the Navajo Nation and the Diné Power Plate Healthy Eating Challenge Participants from Window Rock, Arizona!

Today's Meal Plan:
  • Breakfast: Oatmeal or cereal with plant-based milk of your choice
  • Lunch: Leftovers from dinner last night
  • Snack: Hummus
  • Dinner: Spicy Thai Soup with salad

A Message from Maggie Q


Taking animals and animal products out of my diet has done more for my personal health than I could have ever imagined. It’s true that what's best for the planet is also best for you. I owe my energy, my outlook, and my interconnectedness to an animal-free diet. Never has my mind been so clear—in every way.

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

Technology (20sec PSA)

Susan Says:

The World Health Organization declared processed meats “carcinogenic to humans.” Processed meats include hot dogs, sausage, ham, deli meats, and bacon.  So steer clear to limit risk of colorectal cancer.