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“My Immersion story” – Sue

We have been asking Engine 2 Immersion graduates about their immersion story, first up is a graduate from our 2nd Immersion in Austin, TX. Read Sue’s story, and join us for one of the next immersions! “The immersion was not like anything I expected. I thought we would be in a classroom setting in a [&hellip

Are you ready for a life changing weekend?!

Join us this fall for one of two life changing weekends! Sign up for the Engine 2 Immersion in Austin TX or Portland, OR! Check it out!

Jonny “O” takes the plunge 2 rescue himself from himself!

Support Jonny O on his quest to become a plant-strong beast starting August 1, 2011. Check out his blog:  http://www.jonnyogoesvegan.com​/   &nbsp

WFM and E2 Host Dr. Neal Barnard in Austin

Wednesday, June 29, 2011 7 p.m. Whole Foods Market – 2nd Floor Outdoor Plaza 525 North Lamar Blvd. Austin, TX 78703 Join PCRM founder and president Neal Barnard, M.D., in Austin where he will discuss his three-week immersion program into an essentially perfect diet—loaded with vegetables, fruits, and other healthy foods—and sign copies of his [&hellip

Getting Started on E2 with Support from Your Local Whole Foods Market

Hey Everyone! We realize not every town out there has a Whole Foods Market, and not every Whole Foods Market has hired a Healthy Eating Specialist yet that can coach you on the Engine 2 Diet. So we’re bringing the Healthy Eating rock stars from Whole Foods to you!  We’d like to introduce our home [&hellip

How About a Plant-Strong BBQ for Memorial Day?

If you’re in Austin, please join the Memorial Day Engine 2 plant-strong potluck and BBQ cook-off! What to bring:  your favorite plant-strong dish and if you’re so inspired — participate in our plant-strong BBQ contest.  Winner will receive a free copy of the Engine 2 Diet book to use or gift to a friend or [&hellip

Roger Ebert Reviews Forks Over Knives

“The bottom line: I am convinced this message is true. A plant-based whole foods diet is healthy. Animal protein is not necessary, or should be used sparingly as Asians did, as a flavoring and not a main course. This adds the advantage of allowing us to avoid the chemicals and carcinogens pumped into livestock and [&hellip

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