The key to living a full, healthy, and joyous life lies within the foods we eat—and our relationship to those foods. Health isn’t accurately measured by the circumference of your waist nor how much you can bench press; true vitality is measured by how you feel—not just physically, but deep within.
Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch, together with Baywatch actress and certified health coach Alexandra Paul, take listeners on a transformative journey to optimal health and performance through plant-based eating.
On this riveting podcast, Dotsie and Alexandra—both of whom fought back from severe food addictions—interview expert nutritionists, pro-athletes, innovative thought-leaders, physicians, and plant-based celebrities. Through shared experiences, you’ll learn how to optimize your own health and wellbeing, and pave a path for a more meaningful life. So get inspired and join the Switch4Good revolution.
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Tune in as Dr. Melanie Joy, Alexandra, and Dotsie talk about how carnism is woven into the very structure of society where it is institutionalized and internalized.
Leilani is a Biology graduate from UC San Diego, a professional race car driver, and an environmental activist. She realized early in her career that her mission was to bridge the worlds between racing and environmental work.
Audrey Dunham talks about how reading and learning about intuitive eating has helped her a lot in reconnecting with herself. Two of the books she enjoyed and would gladly recommend are French Women Don’t Get Fat and How to Have Your Cake and Your Skinny Jeans Too.
Dotsie, Alexandra, and Dr. Greger discuss matters concerning how a plant-based diet is more beneficial in losing weight, all the while keeping your mind and body healthy.
Dotsie and Alexandra talk with Ryan as he shares his struggle with an eating disorder and how he has overcome that hurdle by shifting to a plant-based diet. He shares his pathway to recovery through his blog.
Today’s guest is Ashely Bell, who has appeared in several films and television series but she made her feature film principal debut as Nell Sweetzer in The Last Exorcism, which garnered her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She also was in the movie, Psychopaths, as one of the mental patients who escaped.