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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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.
We chat about the potential of farm transformations and the advancement of plant-based options. This conversation is riveting, shocking, but ultimately full of hope. Enjoy.
We cover a ton of topics in just one hour—whether you’re interested in science or need a bit more compassion in your life, everyone can benefit from listening in to this conversation.
We learn about vegan hip hop artists and identify ways to confront our taken-for-granted privileges to usher in a more just society. No matter your background, everyone can benefit from this direct conversation.