Topic: Herbies

I think my crowning achievement on this blog has been the Herbies of the Week series, which I look forward to every Thursday. 

This series started two years ago (back in 2011) and I'm always in awe, inspired, and touched, when I think about all the different people and their amazing stories, that have been shared here every week. 

I've decided to start reaching out to our past Herbies of the Week to see where they ...

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Back when I was working on the plant-based guys series (you can read Part 1 and Part 2), I met Brian who said at the end of his interview, "and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to be considered for Herbie of the Week!"

Done :) 

Seriously though, Brian's story is awesome sauce! A colon cancer survivor (colon cancer at the age of 33!), Brian was inspired by his wife's plant-based journey to take his own. He's now lost ...

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Back when I was working on the plant-based guys series (you can read Part 1 and Part 2), I met Jeremy who dropped a hint into our conversation that he (and his family) wanted to be Herbies of the Week

Actually, he said, specifically, "I would love the chance to be a Herbie of the Week! Not only have I lost over 70 pounds, but my wife is well below her pre-pregnancy weight even though she got injured during ...

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Back in April, Michelle (Mom of the Parker family) sent me this beautiful email (below). As soon as I read it, I asked Michelle if I could share it on the blog as part of the Herbie of the Week series

I just love how even the tiniest family members have experienced a world of difference. A real reminder that it's never too late (or too soon) to get healthy and eat plants!

"Hi Lindsay, I wanted to ...

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Our Herbie of the Week, Pamela, came to me by way of another Herbie, Sheila, who Pamela credits the bulk of her success to. (WTG Sheila too!). What I love so much about this story isn't just Pamela's incredible progress (she lost 74lbs!) but how — with Sheila's help and love — Pamela got her health back. A true tale in the power of leading by example and building each other up to be our best selves (which I'm ...

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