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Nutritionist Creates Online Program To Help 10,000 Black Women Go Vegan

by | February 8, 2020

Nutritionist and author Tracye McQuirter has created an online program to support 10,000 black women through the process of going vegan.

“We are leaders in so many progressive ways, but we are in a crisis when it comes to our health,” said McQuirter.

“We have the power to take back control.”

The 21-day program — 10,000 Black Vegan Women — will launch in May and includes video guides, meal plans, and nutrition advice.

McQuirter has already soft-launched the program to give a taster of what is to come later in the year.

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The vegan nutritionist has published several books on plant-based diets (Photo: Tracye Mcquirter)

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The best-selling author has been sharing her expertise on veganism for nearly three decades.

She was named a national food hero by Vegetarian Times for her straight talking attitude and approach to plant-based eating.

“A Strong Legacy”

“We have to remember that communities of color have a strong legacy of successfully organizing around and providing access to good, healthy food…for decades” McQuirter said.

“It’s about our greens, not our genes…eating affordable, nutritious, and delicious plant-based foods is one of the best ways for us to get healthy now and for the rest of our lives.”

Will you be signing up to the 10,000 Black Vegan Women program? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!


2 Responses to “Nutritionist Creates Online Program To Help 10,000 Black Women Go Vegan”

  1. Betty Peeples Wheeler
    February 19th, 2020 @ 11:44 pm

    Last year, I participated in multiple 21 day Daniel Fasts throughout the year. Through this, I realized that I wanted to make a lifestyle out of eating a plant-based diet. Since the New Year, I have become a vegan. I have been educating myself about the benefits and importance of a plant based diet for some time. I am now committed to a plant based diet!!!

  2. Alix Coe
    February 20th, 2020 @ 9:35 am

    Brilliant! 🙂

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