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Beyond Cancer – Sally Lipksy Survived a Diagnosis of Late-Stage Cancer

In 2007, a diagnosis of late-stage cancer changed Sally’s career trajectory from a Professor of Education to a Whole Food Plant Based educator and yoga instructor. Hear Sally Lipsky’s healing journey and watch her recipe demo of whole food, plant based, delicious food! Recipe below!

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Beyond Cancer: The Powerful Effect of Plant-Based Eating

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Hi I’m Amy. My husband Rick & I adopted a Whole Plant lifestyle in 2012. We have had fantastic health results. Together, we’ve lost over 130 pounds! We offer private, lifestyle coaching and Zoom cooking lessons. We love to share our knowledge of this lifestyle and hope to spread the word and help others to Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!🌱

Sally Lipsky, PhD, is a plant-based nutrition educator and author. A diagnosis of late-stage cancer changed her career trajectory–from a Professor of Education to a WFPB educator and yoga instructor. She is founder of the non-profit Food for Health, leader of Plant-Based Pittsburgh, and author of Beyond Cancer: The Powerful Effect of Plant-Based Eating

Banana Oat Bars Ingredients (source: Beyond Cancer: The Powerful Effect of Plant-Based Eating, p. 95)

Banana Oat Bars Instructions (source: Beyond Cancer: The Powerful Effect of Plant-Based Eating, p. 95)

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Line an 8 x 8″ pan with parchment paper or use a silicone pan.
  3. Place oats in a bowl.
  4. In a blender, mix until smooth: bananas, applesauce, milk, vanilla, bkg soda, bkg powder, pumpkin pie spice, and lemon.
  5. Fold wet into dry ingredients.
  6. Add berries, dried fruit, or nuts.
  7. Bake for about 23-25 minutes; be careful not to overbake.
  8. Cool; cut into bars.
  9. I make a double batch, freezing bars in plastic sandwich bags for a grab-and-go snack.

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