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Meal Planner and Shopping Lists: Get menu ideas to plan meals for the whole week, and print out a shopping list of all the ingredients you'll need. Start by registering, or login if you're already registered (it's free, and we won't share your information with anyone.)Creating a free account lets you automatically access your personal meal planner and shopping list every time you log in.

Get help adapting the recipes you already use: Using healthy versions of favorite dishes will make your new diet much easier to follow. The step-by-step process below will show you how to make over a favorite recipe. Learn how >

vegetarian starter kitVegetarian Starter Kit
Get this free jump start to a healthy diet.

Also available in Spanish-language
Guía de Iniciación para una Dieta Vegetariana. Find information on vegan Mexican recipes at www.VeganMexicanFood.com. 

 

Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator: Enter your height and weight and we'll do the math for you.

Diabetes Resources: If you have diabetes, have a family history of diabetes, or are you at risk for diabetes, we have a nutrition plan that has proven successful in federally funded clinical research. Find information, support, instructive videos and more at www.pcrm.org/diabetes >>

Books, DVDs, and Other Merchandise: Order the very best in health and nutrition resources, delightful vegan cookbooks, innovative research methods information, the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians, and more from the secure PCRM Marketplace >

NutritionCME.org: A new Web site allows physicians, nurse practitioners, dietitians, and other health care professionals to earn continuing education credits online. Learn more >>

Nutrition Guide for CliniciansNutrition Guide for Clinicians:
This comprehensive, pocket-sized medical reference manual covers nearly 100 diseases and conditions, including risk factors, diagnoses, and typical treatments. Most importantly, it provides the latest evidence-based information on nutrition’s role in prevention and treatment. In addition, it describes helpful ways to talk with patients about dietary changes. Includes an in-depth examination of general nutrition, macronutrients, micronutrients, and nutritional requirements for all stages of life. Note: This book is designed for use by medical professionals.

Free Cooking Classes: Free Food for Life Nutrition and Cooking Classes for cancer prevention and survival.  Find a class near you >

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