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I am excited to have Monique from Brown Vegan coming on the show. Even though I became a vegetarian in 2013, I am now in a phase where I want to transition to becoming a vegan. Therefore, I wanted Monique to come on the show and share her journey. I found Monique on YouTube I believe last year. Her videos are great especially for those who are struggling with giving up certain foods where they can substitute them with other plant based options. I also enjoy the fact that she has a family which is helpful for those with children and/or a spouse. Yes, children can be vegan too! Of course I would suggest checking with a pediatrician and/or nutritionist as well, especially one who will be encouraging of this lifestyle with children (many of them promote meat and dairy diets).
The Bible speaks on how our bodies are the temples. I believe this also includes what we put inside of it. I do not believe that we should just put anything in our bodies, but to be conscious of what we are putting in it. This is not a show to force veganism down anyone's throats, but based on how the world is going, I strongly believe we should try to avoid and/or limit a lot of the foods we are used to eating.
I hope this show will encourage those who are considering a vegan lifestyle or those who have already begun to embark on this journey. I am looking forward to learning about more options and ideas that Monique has. She has a lot of resources on her website as well, which I will place below.
3 John 1:2 "Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth."
What is a vegan diet? Why should I try a different diet? Am I getting all the nutrients I need from my food? Do you have to 'follow' a diet that others are labeling you with? Perhaps you just eat healthy foods that support your life and body and do the best you can, is that ok? What is a plant based diet?
Mielle Chenier-Cowan Rose is the author of Veganish: The Omnivore's Guide to Plant Based Cooking which allows us to choose that path of nutrition that might suit us as an individual. This book shares tips on how to get started with food items that you may not be familiar with. Many recipes are included to balance a diet with nutrients we may be lacking. Mielle shares her journey with health challenges that caused her to jump a little off the path of vegetarian and a mother to get dense nutrients in to heal the body.
For more information visit: www.PieceOfMyHeartKitchen.com
TWILIGHT MA'AT AND DAMON AMEN
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!
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian, rocks out with tips and music for a fabulous vegan Father's Day celebration with guest, Rebecca Gilbert. Laura Cheadle, Rockstar Vegan shares music and tips for Father's Day and Micheal Castaldo will join us to share his new single.
Premiering July 1, 2015: Jazzy Vegetarian on public television is back for a fifth season, featuring QUICK, EASY meals. From Sunday Brunch to a Garden-Fresh Dinner, TASTE award-winning host Laura Theodore—with help from celebrity guests like Lidia Bastianich and Rickey Medlocke—shows how to cook healthy, delicious vegan food.
Rebecca Gilbert is a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. She is the founder of yummyplants.com and author of It's Easy to Start Eating Vegan! Yummy Plants 101. Rebecca has been a speaker at Vegfest events including the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival, Vegetarian Summerfest, and Paris Vegan Day.
Laura Cheadle, the Rockstar vegan lives the hectic, busy life of a popular musician, and is not able to spend much time in her kitchen, but she finds ways to maintain her vegan diet, and is eager to share her ideas with us, along with songs and clips from her award-winning, rockin’ recordings.
Award-winning Italian tenor, songwriter, and producer, Michéal Castaldo has entertained more than 500,000 people across the USA, Canada, and Europe.
Dr. Jacqueline and Irvin Harris with Peter Mingils - Products and Opportunities....
Check out the Dr. Jacqueline and Irvin Harris segment hosted by Peter Mingils on http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com.
Dr. Jacqueline and Irvin Harris are building their business big. They are already successful in their regular lives and now they are bulding their home based business to a new level. Like many others, they find success is tough on family life. It takes time to be successful. And some times, it means being away from the people that mean the most. Listen in to hear how they are building a business from home!
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.
Social media contacts:
www.avocadosandglitter.com - Personal blog. Content is varied.
@theveganartist on Twitter
You've heard it before: Your skin absorbs everything you put on it - including chemicals. So, you've decided you want to switch to healthier products...
But I see two major problems with the natural skin care industry:
1. Marketing claims are misleading, making us believe that some products are healthier than they actually are.
2. The skincare products that actually are safe, don't always get the job done.
Let's clear up the confusion and give you a better understanding of the chemicals and products to avoid and how to use more natural ingredients in your everyday skin care routine.
Today I'm interviewing Lacey Swartz, natural skin care and home care expert...
Having worked in the natural products and home business fields since 2005, Lacey is highly skilled at helping people understand both of these topics more fully in order to draw their own informed conclusions, without ever pushing her own opinions or choices on anyone.
She also provides natural health and sustainable living resources via her inbox magazine to save her readers hours of internet research time, and answers common questions to spare her clients the waste and frustration of a trial and error approach to purchasing natural products in an age of greenwashing.
Learn more about Lacey on her website: http://www.kvorganics.com/
Tthe leaders that we honour for bringing the idea of freedom and hope for better world have been maligned and vilified during thier active lives. yet a manicured concept of the place they seeked to take us to galvnised us was done in a way that is unreal..
wealth, domination, technology has combined to produce automation in food production, tooling manufacture, weapon manufacture has destroyed human craft, the astute maintainance of mental computance and our health. these are the current areas that have transformed us into the dysfunctional mess of a societal chaos. we will discuss ideas and models that change this state of environmental abuse
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.
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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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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