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In this episode of Cross Encounters Radio:
1. Tony's guest for today's program will be Bobby McCreery, of To The End of the Earth Ministries. Tony and Bobby will talk about open-air preaching, campus ministry, and abortuary ministry.
2. Bart McCurdy will go "Phone Fishing." Who will Bart find to put on the phone, so Tony can share the gospel with them.
3. Veganism and Speciesism: Tony and Rich will talk about this video and the sad spiritual condition of those who worship animals. The guys will also talk about what Kelly has that most Chirstians don't......guts.
4. Steven Furtick's slide toward the Word of Faith and Prosperity heresies is almost complete. Tony and Rich will talk about this sermon clip and the subtle blasphemy of this kind of preaching.
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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.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Victoria Moran to chat about wellness and veganism. Ms. Moran is the author of eleven books, a certified holistic health counselor (HHC, AADP) in private practice, and director of Main Street Vegan Academy, training vegan lifestyle coaches. Her latest book is Main Street Vegan, which VegNews magazine calls “The Vegan Bible, New Testament.” A two-time Oprah! guest, winner of “Vegan of the Year” for 2012, and host of the Main Street Vegan Show on Unity.FM radio, Victoria lives in a green condo in New York City.
Co-founder, producer and special host of EntheoRadio, Zana Moonflower will be interviewing Angelina Elliott, a San Diego native and returning guest on EntheoRadio about her secrets to eternal youth! Angelina knows and is living proof that we can preserve our bodies, look and feel well naturally with specific herbal remedies, healthy habits and ways of thinking. Some topics we will discuss are: Raw food, veganism, herbal tonics and longevity. We will discuss her personal experience and how she feels this lifestyle is beneficial for maintaining a healthy body and youthful appearance.
Angela Elliott is the author of Alive in Five, Holiday Fare with Angela, The Simple Gourmet, A Diva's Guide to Juices and Cocktails, and more books on the way! Angela is the creator of "Raw Nut-Free Cuisine" and "The Celestialwich™, and the owner and operator of Celestial Raw Goddess Tonics and Teas. Angelina's credentials span several degrees and her experience covers a range of natural healing modalities that can benefit us greatly!
Angelina will tell us about some of her amazing herbal tonics, how they work and where we can purchase some for ourselves!!
Tune in and take your body back 10+ years in time with her proven methods!
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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 harmony, making both stronger. We will talk with tai chi master and Taoist monk, Arthur Rosenfeld, about the fundamentals of this martial art. He will explain how this ancient practice is still relevant and useful in our modern lives and how veganism comes naturally from the kind of compassion that any Taoist practice develops.
Master Arthur Rosenfeld is the author of Tai Chi – The Perfect Exercise: Finding Health, Happiness, Balance and Strength. In addition to toning muscle, tai chi also lowers blood pressure, helps with sleep, heightens immune system response, improves focus, increases sexual vitality, and helps ease the symptoms of many diseases such as asthma, insomnia, arthritis, chronic fatigue, Parkinson’s, and hypertension. Please join us as we explore tai chi and veganism as a path to a calmer, fitter, healthier life.
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.
To heal yourself through food is my wish for all of you, this is Eating for Ultimate Meaning. So of course I jumped when recently I met an inspiring guy at Flavorpill in Soho. We were there for my astrologer, Monty Taylor's debut. James Ray; First I met him, then I ate his raw chia seed pudding with blueberries and kudzu root and his raw cacao bars. Then I fell into a deep bond with him, because this is what gloriously food does sometimes. He is a spritely young guy named James, who comes from a long line of Italian Mama style chefs. James intuitively turned to veganism in order to heal himself of an enzyme deficiency, teaching himself to grow food and feed his own body and soul through cooking. Now he provide to New York's Elite.
On this episode of Eating for Meaning Dr. Millie will interview James Ray, a raw vegan chef from New York and learn about his condition, his inspirations, his recipes and likely he will reveal some cooking secrets. Check out his website so you can book him: www.chefjamesray.com
Check out this episode at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/eating-for-meaning/2015/02/26/the-chef-who-healed-himself
A lot of celebrities these days chalk up their slim physiques to their vegan diets. Is veganism a valuable tool for weight loss? The fact of the matter is, a vegan diet isn't virtuous in and of itself, you can be a vegan who eats bread and sugar all day. Just because a cookie is vegan does not mean it is low in sugar and calories. Let's take a look at the facts. Tune in 2/25 at noon ET to find out.
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.
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
When you make your own food from scratch, it is not only more economic but it helps you to connect with your food, where it comes from and who is growing it. The more that people choose to shop consciously, the better it is for the environment. Only when people understand the devastation caused by factory farms operating in a monoculture environment will they understand just how devastating the impact. That is why more and more people are making the transition to veganism. Plant based diets are not only more humane, they are healthier! In Dreena Burtons Let Them Eat Vegan: 200 Deliciously Satisfying Plant-Strong Recipes for the Whole Family you will find a myriad of easy to make, delectable recipes ranging from soups and burgers to wraps and ice cream! What is especially great about this book is that the recipes are not only plant based but have handy options for raw and gluten-free! Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Dreena Burton to discuss her new book, Let them Eat Vegan! Stay tuned!
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Today we will explore the different types of healthy eating. This includes whole foods, veganism, vegitarianism, and so on. Are you on a path of clean/ healthy eating; but you don't know where to start? Maybe you have all the info and don't know how to apply it to your own lifestyle. You might be confused with what to eat... If this is you let's explore these ideas and facts, learn together. :