"Hi, My name is Karen and I am 63 years old. My story starts in 2013. I had high blood pressure and had a hard time finding meds I could tolerate. I was at my highest weight,167lbs. All my life I have yoyo'd up and down as much as 25-30 lbs. always to gain it back yet again. I read Joel Furmans' Eat to Live and thought, well I'll give it a try for a month, can't hurt. During that month I also started to educate myself."
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Picture this: you’ve just gotten home from a long day. You have family members who need you, friends you want to catch up with, or maybe a favorite tv show you’ve been looking forward to. Plus, you have to make dinner or maybe plan for tomorrow’s meals and you wonder how to fit it all in.
1.) The Plant Yourself Podcast Howard Jacobson, a plant-based health speaker, educator, and coach, interviews “guests who are healing the world in various ways. From plant-based nutrition to joyful movement, to evidence-based healthcare, to gardening, to environmental action, to social justice, to spiritual common sense.” 2.) Lean Green DAD Corey Warren is “a husband, father of three, andRead more The post 10 Plant-Based Podcasts to Add to Your Playlist appeared first on PlantPure Nation.
This Ted Talk explores the state of food in America, why we eat what we eat, and how our supermarkets have shaped the future of food. Food editor and writer Mark Bittman explains why 40% of the food in American supermarkets doesn’t qualify as real food. Bittman notes that food, by its dictionary definition, isRead more The post The Food We Eat appeared first on PlantPure Nation.
The argument for more sustainable practices in meat and dairy production has gained popularity in recent years, leaving consumers feeling as though they’re doing themselves, and the planet a good deed by buying “organic, grass-fed, and cage free” animal products. Marketing these products as sustainable, however, is misleading. IfRead more The post Can Animal Products Be Sustainable? appeared first on PlantPure Nation.