Even the raw skeptics will finish this episode with an open mind. It’s fun, informative, and opens the door to a healthier way of living.
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.
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.
Can you prevent Alzheimer’s, or are some of us powerless to stop it? Neurologists Ayesha and Dean Sherzai believe you can, and it all comes down to lifestyle.
Yes, we open with Harry Potter talk, but we also dive into her teenage struggles with anorexia, the idea of perfection, manifestation, cruelty-free beauty, the abundance of veganism, and more. Listen in and lift up your day.
He also challenges others to shift their perspective about eating animals—why do we love dogs and eat cows? From psychology to poker strategy, Las Vegas eats to travel foods, this conversion is a delight.
In this conversation, Jason reveals the realities of dairy farming on small, often family-run operations. Listen in, and you’ll find the truth is far different than what is portrayed on the milk carton.
As a super mom of four, she takes a practical, evidence-based, and gentle approach to her consultations with clients, but when it comes to standing for what’s right, she’s not afraid to be vocal.
Ed Winters, also known as Earthling Ed, is the voice of reason. He represents a new generation of animal activism, one that is level-headed, thoughtful, and calculated.
From what labels actually mean to how to choose the safest products for your family, Lisa is an encyclopedia of knowledge. Break out your favorite bottle of Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Liquid Soap and let’s get to work!
She’s written numerous books on the intersections between feminism and food culture, but her 1990 The Sexual Politics of Meat broke ground on the cross between the oppression of women and animals.
As a self-proclaimed “foodie,” we also lean into lighter conversation and talk about Kimberly’s love for food and her addictive grilled fruit kabobs. If you eat, you need to hear Kimberly’s message.