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Bestselling Author Kathy Freston Chats Plant-Based Diets On Martha Stewart Channel

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If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: Bestselling author Kathy Freston is the frigin jam! Seriously!

The sophisticated and svelte writer is the author of Quantum Wellness and The Quantum Wellness Cleanse the book that helped convinced Oprah to go vegan for 21 days — and recently appeared on Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer to talk about one of her favorite subjects: the power of a plant-based diet.

During the episode, Kathy shared some of her favorite reasons for going veg, including the amazing weight loss benefits that come with a healthy vegan diet.

“Part of the great thing about being vegan is that you tend to be really slim because the weight just comes off very easily,” says Freston. “You’re not eating all that saturated fat…and you’re getting tons of fiber and all these nutrients that are inherit in vegetarian foods. So the weight just comes off.”

Wanna hear more from Miss Quatum Wellness herself? Check out the interview below and make sure to stop by KathyFreston.com!

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