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Dec 27, 2019

How would our health outcomes change if we were proactive in treating illness and disease?


Is changing your diet an effective way to reverse chronic conditions?


Dr. Neal Barnard is a physician, clinical researcher, and advocate for preventative medicine.


As the founder of the Physicians Committee for...

Dec 25, 2019

How can athletes combat debilitating digestive disorders that are keeping them from performing at their peak?

Today’s guest is
Emilie Tan, speed skater turned endurance ultrarunner and meat-eating IBS sufferer turned plant-based healthy mom. 

Like most of us, Emilie ate animal products for most of her life until...

Dec 18, 2019

Considering how much information is at our fingertips every day, it seems as though more people should be aware of what really happens in animal agriculture. 


Even with knowledge being more accessible than ever, people have to be proactive in educating themselves and researching outside of industry bias.



Dec 11, 2019

More than 9 billion land animals are raised and killed for consumption every year, just in the United States. 


The more people consume meat, the higher the demand, and the more animals are exploited and slaughtered. 


But why do we tend to only eat certain kinds of meat? Why are more of us investing in premium...

Dec 4, 2019

When women join a male-dominated sport, it can be difficult to gain the respect of fans, officials, and fellow athletes. Those issues can be even more exacerbated when women challenge the sports world to consider new, more ethical ways of living.


But that didn’t stop Leilani Münter


Leilani is a Biology graduate...