Select Page

The Switch4Good Podcast

Carnism vs Veganism with Dr. Melanie Joy

Dec 11, 2019

Watch Episode 52 with Dr. Melanie Joy here:

More than 9 billion land animals are raised and killed for consumption every year, just in the United States. 

The more people consume meat, the higher the demand, and the more animals are exploited and slaughtered. 

But why do we tend to only eat certain kinds of meat? Why are more of us investing in premium pet products at the same time the chicken slaughter rate is continuing to increase

Today’s guest shares some insight into this phenomenon, which she has coined carnism.

Dr. Melanie Joy is a Harvard-educated psychologist, author, and vegan advocate behind the concept of carnism. She’s also a TEDx speaker and recipient of the prestigious Ahimsa Award.

Tune in to hear Dr. Melanie Joy as she joins Dotsie and Alexandra to discuss how carnism is woven into the very fabric of our society. She explains that it’s both institutionalized and internalized, and held up by our social powerarchy

Learn how carnism creates a defense mechanism that distorts perception, disconnects us from empathy, and how you can fight against it. 

Listen to Episode 52 with Dr. Melanie Joy here:

What we discuss in this episode:

Connect with Switch4Good

Listen on:




Body Building & Living a Moral Life with Nimai Delgado

Body Building & Living a Moral Life with Nimai Delgado

This conversation roams from protein myths to ahimsa, public relationship break-ups to nutrition tips. Go for a walk, get to the gym, or start doing squats—you’ll want to be active when you listen to this show.

Olympic Bobbsledder to Vegan MD with Dr. Scott Stoll

Olympic Bobbsledder to Vegan MD with Dr. Scott Stoll

This conversation dives into a number of topics from his plant-based origin story to working with Team USA bobsled athletes, transformative patient stories to hopeful progress being made in medical education.

EnglishSpanish

Connect with us using the links below!

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This