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LA Times Spotlights Robin Quivers’ Vegan Health

Yesterday, Robin Quivers took the lead role on Howard Stern’s radio show as she talked about her battle with cancer and her recovery that she credits to veganism.

The Los Angeles Times recently reported on Robin Quivers switch to veganism and how it drastically improved her health. According to the news source, a plant-based diet allowed the The Howard Stern Show radio personality to effectively lose weight and make a quick recovery after her cancer surgery. Yesterday, Quivers, who has been notably quiet about her fight with the disease, sparked the media’s interest by talking on air about what it was like getting treated for the condition that caused her to take a year-long hiatus from Stern’s Sirius XM show. The LA Times also referenced Quivers’ book The Vegucation of Robin, a cookbook and autobiographical account of her healthful journey toward plant-based eating.

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