Plant Based News Announces Winner Of eCornell Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Competition
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Plant Based News Announces Winner Of eCornell Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Competition

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Earlier this year, Plant Based News launched a competition with in partnership with renowned online educator eCornell.

The prize was the opportunity to study for the Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate – a revolutionary online program to help you understand the importance of diet and nutrition for your life.

The course is taught through video presentations, featuring research from more than 20 experts, emphasizing why following a plant-based diet and lifestyle is optimal for health — including the prevention and reversal of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Many thousands of you entered – and we can finally announce the winner, Maria Londono.

‘Thrilled for the opportunity’

Winner Maria Londono told Plant Based News: “I entered because I wanted to learn this valuable, potentially life-saving information for myself and my loved ones.

“I have found many online and print resources on this lifestyle ever since Forks Over Knives, and I’m thrilled for the opportunity to earn this educational certificate.

“I’m happy to contribute to the plant-based world because I strongly believe it only helps us all in the end.”

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