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Olympian Dotsie Bausch of Switch4Good

Fort Wayne, Indiana — In true Olympian style, famed cyclist Dotsie Bausch declared, “Let the Plant-Based Games Begin” as she kicked off her free webinar.

This free webinar was packed with information that could literally save your life. Bausch, who won an Olympic medal for cycling and runs Switch4Good, methodically laid out the benefits of switching to a plant-based diet for optimizing athletic performance and improving planetary health. At the same time, Bausch plans to formally introduce her new plant-based playbook, “Let The Plant-Based Games Begin.”

Download your copy of her new Playbook here!

Bausch’s expert team explained how to apply cutting-edge research and nutrition plans from the book to enhance strength, performance and overall vitality. This resource takes the guesswork out of following an optimal, whole food,  plant-based diet.  Bausch spoke along with Dr. Eric Sternlicht of Simply Fit, Inc. and Dr. Sailesh Rao, Ph.D., and founder of Climate Healers.


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“Dive into an unprecedented review of the science behind fueling with plants for optimum performance and recovery,” Bausch said. “Let The Plant-based Games Begin shows you the how, what and when in easy-to-use meal plans, backed with all of the latest evidence. Eating this way led me to an Olympic medal, and it can lead you to have boundless energy and feeling stronger and more capable than you ever imagined.”

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Why You Need This! 

A new year presents a fresh slate and opportunities to make some changes for the better. If you’ve been taking stock of your lifestyle and have determined some areas that might benefit from focus and attention, you’re not alone. A study of 2,000 Americans found that a new exercise routine (34 percent), a new hobby (31 percent), and a new cooking regimen (29 percent) were among the top New Year’s Resolutions for 2020.

As well-intentioned as resolution-makers might be, their plans don’t seem to translate to lasting change, however. According to that same study, the average respondent said they usually only keep their New Year’s resolution for 36 days, a little more than a month. But, you don’t have to be a statistic. Join Dotsie Bausch’s webinar and transform in 2023 to your best self ever!

So, download your copy of the Playbook here!

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