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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the moral arguments for veganism and vegetarianism, courage as a struggle against fear, ungrateful people, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Are the moral arguments for veganism (and vegetarianism) rational?
Question 2: Does the virtue of courage require struggling against the temptation to succumb to fear?
Question 3: Why aren't people grateful for what others do for them?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
On this week's show, Mikial and DJ will discuss the true meaning and principles of vegetarianism as well as expose the false concepts of vegetarianism and holistic living. Also they will discuss preventing diseases starting in our childhood through holistic parenting. MIkial will also attempt to establish a peace treaty between those eating a animal base foods and plant base foods. Feel free to call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665.
On this week's show, Mikial and DJ will continue to discuss the true meaning and principles of vegetarianism as well as expose the false concepts of vegetarianism and holistic living. Also they will discuss preventing diseases starting in our childhood through holistic parenting. MIkial will also attempt to establish a peace treaty between those eating a animal base foods and plant base foods. Feel free to call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665.
Ladies! Are you ready for mental peace, emotional freedom, healthy organs, a satisfying sex life and fitness on all levels? Dial 347-850-8486 8p ET on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 for Part #2 of our discussion on the path to optimal women's health Alexyss K. Tylor, Dr. Maxwell Nartey and Dr. Elizabeth Wanek.
Health BONUS: In Honor of World Vegetarian Day on October 1st, we will also include the do's and dont's of vegetarianism for women. You don't want to miss this solution packed episode!
Alexyss K. Tylor of Atlanta, GA - author, minister, teacher of sexual spirituality, healthy sexuality advocate and SYMPTOMETRY healthcare advocate.
Dr. Maxwell Nartey of Chicago, IL - therapeutic scientist, professor, author, licensed symptometrist and the founder of Symptometry, known for curing women's health challenges and chronic diseases via root cause therapeuticsTM
Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym of Greensboro, NC - surgeon, physician, licensed symptometrist via the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMPTOMETRY specializing in optimal health support and foundational medicine.
Root Cause Radio - Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health - www.RootCauseRadio.com
One of our favorite topics to discuss, Audrey and I get into the nutritional details of veganism and vegetarianism, whether or not you can do them and still be healthy, and how to do it right. In addition, we talk about finding your purpose, discovering better digestion, and enjoying life the right way.
We are what we eat. But what do we eat? Should we be eating meat? Or is a plant-based diet a healthier way of eating? Searching for answers on the World Wide Web inevitably leads to more questions, making us even more confused. Are supplements beneficial, or a waste of money? Are there certain principles of nutrition that everyone should followor does "optimal" vary from person to person? To provide some clarity on the subject we have Dr. Colin Campbell the author of The China Study and Dr. Kaayla T Daniel of The Weston A. Price Foundation as our guests. Although they come from opposite schools of thought, our goal will be to find areas of convergence and demystify one of the biggest dilemmas of our time: nutrition.
Hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guest: James Aspey- Animal Rights Activist 28 year old vegan, animal rights activist from Sydney, Australia. He became a Personal Trainer after winning his battle with cancer.
James helped others live healthier, more positive lives for 9 years. During that time he learned about the health benefits of cutting meat from his diet and went vegetarian. Soon later, after learning about the horrors of the egg and dairy industry, he became vegan for ethical reasons. James then took a 365 day vow of silence to raise awareness for animals and promote peace over violence, in his campaign, Voiceless365.
"As the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2014, I commenced a vow of silence for 365 days. What this means is I voluntarily sacrificed my ability to speak for an entire year! Needless to say... It was a serious challenge!
I drove half way around Australia, volunteering at rescue farms, nursed a rescued bobby calf from nearly dying in my arms back to health, worked on the boats in protest of a shark cull, experienced the horror of factory farms with my own eyes, went to Bali to get tattoos representing animal rights and veganism, handed out hundreds of vegan advocacy DVD's and everywhere I go promoting compassion to ALL living beings while remaining entirely voiceless!
In the last quarter of my journey and cycled over 5000km's from Darwin to Sydney due to my not-so-trusty van breaking down in the middle of the Western Australian outback.
It was the adventure of a lifetime!
Dr. Christopher SaltPaw received his Bachelor of Science in Material Science Engineering from RutgersUniversity,his Doctorate ofNaturopathic Medicinefrom Bastyr University.and his Masters inAcupuncture fromthe New York Collegeof Traditional ChineseMedicine.He has a lifelong dedication to healing and has worked with patients sufferingfrom manydifferent health conditionssuch as obesity,diabetes,hypertension,HIV/AIDS,and cancer.hile in Seatle.Prior to medicalschool,Dr.SaltPaw helped found amentoring programfor adolescents struggling to become conscious and positive adults.He also worked forseveralyears in thefoster care system withtroubledyouth and inthe pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.He has worked forsix years asthe Director of Nutrition at InVite HealthSince opening uphis practice in NYCin 2005,DrSaltPaw has worked extensively in helping individuals managetheir blood pressureand bloodsugar,with diet,nutrition, and exercise.Dr SaltPaw,joined a team of alternative healthpractitioners at the PEACE Health Center in Brooklyn to helpcombat the growing healthcrisis inthe innercity nd particularly inthe African American community.Completed training in Naturopathic Cardiology,He has conducted detoxification programs,managed sliding scale acupuncture clinic,and has used acupuncture to help numerous individuals with musculoskeletal pain as a resultof traumatic injury,attrition,orsome inflammatory process.Dr.SaltPaw has received Acupuncture Oncology training from the renowned Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Contact: Dr. Chris Saltpaw - 917-837-6722-
www dot grassrootsnaturalmedicine dot com
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio’s ‘Garden Gossip’ home and garden show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
On This Episode:
- Storing Wine at Home – Howard & Ruth Milstein, author of Gourmand award-winning recipe book ‘Cooking with Love: Ventures into the New Israeli Cuisine’
- Cooking with Fresh Herbs – 5 Star Chef Ivan Flowers, Top of the Market in San Diego
- Organizing Your Kitchen & Garage - Regina Leeds ‘The Zen Organizer’, best-selling author of ‘One Year to an Organized Life’ series
- Vegetarianism - Author James McWilliams will discuss his book ‘The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals’
- Animal Friendly Home & Garden – Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA wildlife conservation organization
- Hummingbird & Butterfly Gardens in Yuma – Richard Stamp and Espy Matlock, City of Yuma, Arizona
- The Fabulous Fudge Fan Club - Donna George, The Peanut Patch in Yuma, AZ
On Today's Episode:
Kyle and Janine discuss: What are the Healthiest Beers? Also Janine tells of her experience with Vegetarianism/Veganism and how it impacted her health and training.
About Kyle and Janine:
Kyle and Janine Baggett are a married couple who are passionate about health and fitness and work at The Nutrition Shoppe. They have both been lifting heavy and working on nutrition for optimal body composition for several years and Janine operates her own fitness blog, LIFTmeupFitness. They are also currently undergoing training for sports nutrition coaching and personal training.
About Dr. Len:
Dr. Len Brancewicz has over 30 years of experience in the fields of Pharmacy, Natural Medicine, and radio. He has done many seminars across the nation speaking of the benefits of Naturopathy in his patients and in addition to his BlogTalkRadio podcast, he has been a regular on many FM stations nationwide.
Currently, he is also the host of Health Talk with Dr. Len on South Atlantas 92.5 The Bear FM every Saturday AM from 9-10. Listen to past episodes here!
Dr. Len is also the founder of The Nutrition Shoppe, a retail store and wellness center specializing in selling natural vitamins (which he helps formulate,) fitness supplements like protein powder, and other natural products.
www.TheNutritionShoppe.net | Our Products | Our Consultations
We continue with the discussion of vegetarianism and the world religions.
At the age of 68 and one who has been a vegetarian for over twenty five years, I am compelled to share this topic of discussion , with the hope of inspiring "Food for Thought"
Baba Wesley Tehuti Gray
A quote from Isaac Bashevis Singer
"Whether the mass of people accept the vegetarian interpretation of religion or not really doesn't matter.
At least not in my life. I accept it implicitly. Of course, it would be wonderful if the world adopted vegetarianism, on religious grounds or any other. But this is not likely. I am a skeptic, it's true, but I am also realistic. In any event, what the people in general do will not affect me. I will continue to be a vegetarian even if the whole world started to eat meat.
This is my protest agains the conduct of the world. To be a vegetarian is to disagree - to disagree with the course of things today. Nuclear power, starvation, cruelty - we must make a statement against these things. Vegetarianism is my statement. And I think it's a strong one.
Author Steven Rosen makes a similar statement in his book. And although I do no necessarily agree witn everthing he says, point for point, I do find his work fascinating and convincing. He correctly points our that various philosophers and religious leaders have tried to convince their following that animals are nothing more than machines, put on earth for our pleasure, with no purpose of their own.
Mr. Rosen smashes this idea, however, and every reader who is predisposed to the vegetarian ideal will enjoy his logic and reason in doing this
-- Isaac Bashevis Singer
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