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Vegan and the Living Is Easy

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Join us, Ginger Burr, a long-time self-described health nut & image consultant, and Marion Davis, a former serious meat eater & self-esteem guru, & our guests (authors, philosophers, pioneers & more) as we explore the ins & outs of being a vegan. Whether you are curious, transitioning, or a long-time vegan, we will have something for everyone!

Upcoming Broadcasts

In response to animal welfare and taking a stand against animal cruelty, compassionate people everywhere are adopting a vegan diet. Adair Moran, a New York State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator and co-founder of Urban Utopia Wildlife, joins us for an intimate discussion on the plight of animals, veganism and working with wildlife. When many people hear of ?going vegan,? they may assume that one is doing it for the health benefits – after all, it's one of the healthiest ways to eat as you consume so many phytochemicals and nutrients from living food. But, there's another side to veganism: it's good for our planet, because it uses fewer resources and doesn't support industrial livestock farms, which face criticism for their treatment of animals. Adrian will talk to us about the animals she's worked with and how we can coexist lovingly with them. Adair is also the co-author of the book Main Street Vegan, with her mother, author Victoria Moran (who has been on ‘Vegan and the Living is Easy' several times). She'll dish to us about how she has managed to eat vegan while traveling all over the world! As another special treat, she'll even share with us how being a lifelong vegan has impacted her ?other job? of being a stunt performer and aerialist who can frequently be seen performing stuns in films and television shows!
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It's hard to argue with a plant-based diet when it benefits our waistline, wallet, and the well-being of our planet. Bestselling vegan cookbook author, Nava Atlas, joins us to share her most popular recipes, plant-based kitchen tips and the... more

In our fast-paced, stressful lives, our physical and mental well-being often take a backseat to juggling work and family responsibilities. Like yoga, the art of tai chi provides a refuge from our hectic schedules and brings mind and body into... more

Having personally abolished animal use from her life by becoming vegan, Sarah K. Woodcock, Founder and Executive Director (volunteer) of The Abolitionist Vegan Society (TAVS) assumed she had addressed the speciesism that... more

After finding and saving one chicken in a ditch in 2000, Miriam and Pattrice Jones started the Eastern Shore Chicken Sanctuary on the Delmarva Penninsula in the eastern United States. Over the next ten years they expanded to rescue ducks,... more

Many of us are uneasy thinking about the animals who end up on our plates. We may have thought about stopping eating animal products, but there are many excuses that have kept us from doing so. Gary Francione and Anna Charlton,... more

We've all heard stories about animals who defy destiny and go from the jaws of death to an idyllic life at an animal sanctuary. Stories of cows who jump seemingly impossible heights to escape slaughter and chimps rescued from laboratory... more

Look around most stores and you will see a vast array of handbags and shoes. If you read the labels, it will also be clear that a large percentage of them are made of leather. Most people accept this unquestioningly because it has always... more

If you think, ?I'd love to be vegan but I don't think I'll get enough protein.? Or, ?I can't give up cheese. I really love it, plus I don't know how else I would meet my calcium requirements,? then you will love our interview with Ginny Messina,... more

Together, Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan's life purpose is to change the world for animals, and they are doing just that! Their ‘Our Hen House' podcast was just named a Webby Award Honoree, alongside NPR and... more

Recently, we have heard about the closing of Harvard University's New England Primate Research Center--which does exactly what it sounds like it does: research on primates. We are hopeful (and activist groups are working to help... more
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