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Texas Town Gets Healthy

The east Texas town of Marshall is hosting its own plant-based health event.

Get Healthy Marshall, a health-focused immersion weekend, is taking place August 26 to 28 in the small town of Marshall, Texas. The weekend’s events are part of Rip Esselstyn’s Engine 2 Immersion Program, a vegan nutrition education program originally designed for Whole Foods Market employees with health problems. The weekend event will include lectures from Esselstyn, doctors, and nutrition experts, as well as buffet meals serving items such as red lentil burgers, kale superfood salads, breakfast tacos, and fruit pie with a date-and-nut crust.

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