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TO BE A VEGAN OR NOT TO BE A VEGAN? WHAT ARE SOME OF THE OBSTACLES WE FACE AS AFRIKANS WHEN IT COMES TO EATING NATURAL AND HEALTHY? HOW DO WE OVER COME THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS? SPECIAL GUEST WHO WENT FROM THE STREETS TO HEALTHY EATS!
Join Cherise, George and Scott with special guest LeeAnn Thill, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, vegan that happens to have type 1 diabetes.
Lee Ann Thill is known to the DOC as a diabetes blogger and leader of diabetes community art projects, but since transitioning to a vegan lifestyle in 2013, her work as an activist and academic has been shifting and expanding. She has been exploring the relationships between veganism, intersectional justice, art, and diabetes.
Lee Ann has achieved a new level of health and happiness following a vegan lifestyle. In addition to her academic inquiry, she is excited to answer questions about going vegan, address common misunderstandings about veganism, and offer support to people who are interested in transitioning.
She is a registered board-certified art therapist and Pennsylvania licensed professional counselor, doctoral student, professor of art therapy, artist, and volunteer with Peace Advocacy Network and Catskill Animal Sanctuary. Lee Ann has had type 1 diabetes since 1978.
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Host Kevin Hunter features guest John Leber from Swanson Bark and Wood Products, Inc in Longview, Washington. Swanson Bark and Wood Products is a woodwaste recycling facility.
Here are some thoughts from John:
My advice is to be patient. Don’t get too spun up over any one thing. Life will hand you things that will give you ulcers. How you deal with those things will determine the number of ulcers you end up with.
Have a plan. Figure out what you’re going to sell, who you’re going to sell it to, how you’re going to make it, how much you can sell it for and how much it’s going to cost you to make it. If it doesn’t look like it’s going to work, take a pass and try the next thing. If you keep a positive attitude, there will be a next thing, probably more next things than you can handle. Love life. Share your wisdom
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Today Laura Theodore the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Glen Merzer who is an author, playwright, and screenwriter - to discuss his recent novel, Off the Reservation - a comic narrative about a quirky vegan congressman who undertakes an unconventional quest for the presidency; actor Jason Alexander called it “as politically savvy and poetically literate a book as I have read in a long while…. a completely gorgeous and rewarding experience.”
Signed copies of Laura Theodore’s Cookbooks and the Best of Jazzy Vegetarian DVD are available at jazzyvegetarian.com and Jazzy Vegetarian on Public television continues to air nationally – check local listings for airings in your area.
ABOUT GLEN MERZER: Glen began his career in book-writing as co-author, with Howard Lyman, of Mad Cowboy (Scribner, 1998) and No More Bull! (Scribner, 2005). Merzer is also co-author of Unprocessed (2011), by Chef AJ; Food over Medicine (BenBella Books, 2013), with Pam Popper; and Better Than Vegan (BenBella Books, 2013), with Chef Del Sroufe. Merzer has had dozens of productions of his plays staged throughout the country, including two productions that toured to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Three of his plays have been published by Samuel French. Merzer is currently at work on a children’s book and his next novel.
So many people are needlessly sick. So much land is wasted on growing food for animals that are then killed, bringing the energy of fear and death into the very food that carnivores eat. Even plant-based diets can be negativized if people growing the food are angry, resentful, and the like.
What's a person to do? Definitely, eat more vegan, vegetarian, seed food! Bless it!
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Once you choose to go vegan and lose weight, you are making an overall lifestylechange. This means that you will need to learn how to make the vegan lifestyle work for you. It isn't that hard to do, but there are a few helpful tips to know, especially when incorporating a vegan lifestyle to facilitate weight loss. Tune in 4/15 at noon ET to find out more.
HOSTED BY MS.ZEE & LADY GEMNEYE
Topic: Thinking of going Vegan, what are some tips?
VEGANS (pronounced VEE-guns) Live on products of the plant kingdom. Veganism is compassion in action. It is a philosophy, diet, and lifestyle.
Veganism is an advanced way of living in accordance with Reverence for Life, recognizing the rights of all living creatures, and extending to them the compassion, kindness, and justice exemplified in the Golden Rule.
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We all benefit from eating healthful real plant-based food. Do you like the term "seed" food better? What about vegan or vegetarian, the other "v" words? However you like it, this kind of food, the more raw and organic the better, can save both your life and the planet.
What do you really know about how food gets to your table? What do you know of the energy of food and how it affects you? What do you know about global warming, desertification and eating meat?
Pre-order my wellness and recipe book with Kangen Specialities, VIM VIGOR VITALITY VEGAN! now. Information will be continually updated on www.facebook.com/VimVigorVitalityVegan. Thank you. Brooke Ellis.
Listen next week, learn, shift your life so that you are more healthy than ever.
Yes, also drink Kangen Water (R). Check out both www.KangenDemo.com and www.GoddessHeartWater.com. If you are in South Florida, I have a K8 on loan, and you truly want to drink this water!
We have been running a bunch of vegan shows, both because I have a new book coming out, VIM VIGOR VITALITY VEGAN! and because being vegan and vegetarian fully or partially benefits health and wellness for people and planet. Today MMM presents Victoria Moran, noted vegan authority and author.
A good part of planetary devastation and Earth changes are actually fueled by eating meat and using non 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper for everything. The amount of land, water and food required to raise cows, whether for meat or dairy, is overwhelming, causes methane, and is counter productive to a healthy planet.
Tonight we welcome Victoria Moran, Victoria (www.mainstreetvegan.net) is a vegan of three decades and an obesity survivor. Listed by VegNews magazine among the Top 10 Living Vegetarian author, Victoria has written twelve books, including Main Street Vegan, Creating a Charmed Life, and new this month, The Good Karma Diet. Her fans range from Michael Moore to Ellen Degeneres, and she was featured twice on Oprah. Moran hosts of the weekly Main Street Vegan podcast; directs Main Street Vegan Academy, an in-person program in NYC to train vegan lifestyle coaches.
Get ready to learn much, open your consciousness, change your life for the better, and have a super great time!
Is your quest to be more beautiful and youthful harming your health? The average woman uses at least 9 different personal care products in their morning routine. The average personal care product contains 14 different toxins. Join me on Fashion & Food Wardrobe Wednesdays to find out how your personal care products can be compromising your health. I'll start the conversation on the different toxins to look for on your personal care product labels. You'll walk away with a better understanding about some the different toxins that you encounter on a daily basis. Find out some easy things you can start to do today to lessen your toxic body burden.
In Season One, Episode 007, Michelle Pearson hosts today's show continuing our teaching about chemistry and our health by venturing into the most powerful factors that influence our endocrine system, neuro-chemicals, and hormonal pictures. This week's show takes a look at the chemicals in our personal care products and home cleaning products and the afect they have on our hormonal system. As always, we cover a wealth of inspired teaching that helps you make the changes that bring healthy beliefs in line with healthy bodies!
On Sunday March 22nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join Joe and Albert as they welcome representatives from Polyp Lab to the show to discuss their products and new products soon to be released. Albert and Joe are firm believers in providing a wide variety of high quality foods for the reef and these products fit right in.