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AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR CANCER RESEARCH TEAMS WITH DELIVERY SERVICE TO BRING VEGAN MEALS TO CANCER PATIENTS

The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) as of late joined forces with vegan meal kit brand MamaSezz to make vegan supper packages that help forestall and treat malignancy.

“The American Institute for Cancer Research Bundle brings you the best food when you need it most,” says MamaSezz fellow benefactor Meg Donahue. “This is the gold standard of plant-based meals: delicious, fresh, ready-made, delivered to your door.”

“We’re delighted to collaborate with AICR,” says MamaSezz co-founder Lisa Lorimer. “We have a strong history in the organic food industry, and put years of experience into creating delicious meals.”

Each pack ($169) incorporates a seven-day eating plan, vegan recipes, and elements for dishes, for example, Lentil Dahl with Quinoa, Turmeric Chickpea Scramble, and Moroccan Stew.


AICR worked with MamaSezz to make the suppers in the wake of discharging its report “Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer: A Global Perspective,” a survey of disease avoidance look into that focuses toward a plant-based eating routine for ideal wellbeing.

“Following the report’s package of diet, exercise, and lifestyle recommendations is the best way you can lower your odds of getting cancer,”


AICR Director of Nutrition Programs Alice Bender, MS, RDN said. “Making lifestyle changes takes some effort, but the rewards can be life-changing.” The vegan supper bundles will be accessible to arrange online through MamaSezz and the organization will give 10 percent of proceeds from the AICR dinners to help finance the foundation’s cancer disease research endeavors.

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