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THE RAW TRUTH

What the heck does a raw vegan eat? Vegetables, sure, but one of America's top gourmet chefs says that's just the tip of the iceberg (lettuce). Cherie Soria has launched a raw revolution and says she can teach anyone -- including you! -- how to clean up your diet in a delicious way and prevent an impending American health crisis.
 
 
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HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT

Hunger is a very real, very scary issue facing seniors, and it's something Enid Borden says we all need to solve -- and fast. She is the founder, president and CEO of the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger, and before that, she spent nearly 20 years running the Meals on Wheels Association of America. See why she says that senior hunger is a solvable problem and why she thinks helping others is such an important part of Growing Bolder.
 
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DREAM BIG, JUMP HIGH

Sharon Simmons is living proof that it's never too late to not only chase your dreams, but to reinvent yourself time and time again. After the age of 50, she got her master's degree, became an author, actress and fitness professional. And, at the age of 55, the grandmother of two made headlines around the world when she tried out for the famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleading squad. She explains the complete transformation she went through when she hit 49 and the one moment that propelled her to try something big and bold.
 
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BE A LOCAVORE

When it comes to your health, sometimes it isn't so important what you eat but where it comes from. Growing Bolder nutrition expert and registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell says the evidence keeps growing in favor of food that's locally produced. She explains how to look closely in your backyard to discover how eating local can enhance your healthy living.

 
REWRITING THE RULES OF AGING

For the first time in human history, men and women in their 50s can expect another three, four or even five decades of active life. See how your lifestyle choices can lead to a longer, healthier, happier life.

 
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