Healthy Vegan Living Pocast

This episode shows what will be on this vegan podcast. For example, Who am I, why am I vegan, Veganism types, plant-based foods, recipes, software and tools, podcasters and YouTube, Yoga, diets, books, Food pantries, restaurants, holidays, diet foods, subscribers, cookbooks, movies, protein and vitamins, 2024 reboot.

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2 days ago

The Starch Solution is one of the most important books ever written on healthy eating.”—John P. Mackey, co-CEO and director of Whole Foods Market, Inc. For decades, the diet industry has demonized carbs, from Atkins to Dukan, making the mere mention of starch-heavy foods evoke guilt and longing. But the truth is, carbs are not the enemy!
Bestselling author John A. McDougall and his culinary expert wife, Mary, demonstrate that a diet rich in starch can actually help you achieve your weight loss goals, prevent various illnesses, and even cure common diseases. By primarily fueling your body with carbohydrates instead of proteins and fats, you'll feel full, energized, and at your best.

4 days ago

How does a vegan lifestyle affect sleep patterns? A vegan lifestyle can have various effects on sleep patterns, both positive and negative, depending on how the diet is approached and managed. Here are some key points: Positive Effects on Sleep Patterns. Easier Digestion, Nutrient-Rich Diet, Reduced Risk of Sleep Apnea, Improved Mental Health. Potential Challenges: Nutrient Deficiencies, Adjustment Period, Cravings, and Mood Swings. Overall, a vegan lifestyle can positively affect sleep patterns by promoting easier digestion, providing sleep-supportive nutrients, reducing the risk of sleep apnea, and improving mental health. However, it is essential to plan the diet carefully to avoid nutrient deficiencies and ensure a smooth transition. Properly managed, a vegan diet can lead to better sleep quality and overall health improvements. 

7 days ago

Community engagement and being informed are related but distinct concepts for vegans. Being informed refers to the acquisition of knowledge about various aspects of veganism, including ethical, environmental, and health issues. It involves understanding the impact of diet on animal welfare, the environment, and personal health. For example, vegans may seek factual information on the effects of different diets on the environment, the treatment of animals in various industries, and how to maintain a balanced vegan diet.
Community engagement and being informed are related but distinct concepts for vegans. Being informed refers to the acquisition of knowledge about various aspects of veganism, including ethical, environmental, and health issues. It involves understanding the impact of diet on animal welfare, the environment, and personal health. For example, vegans may seek factual information on the effects of different diets on the environment, the treatment of animals in various industries, and how to maintain a balanced vegan diet. Community engagement, on the other hand, involves active participation and interaction within a community to promote and support vegan values. This can include participating in discussions, attending events, volunteering for animal rights organizations, or engaging in activism. Community engagement is about taking an active role in the vegan movement to effect change and support others in the community.
Community engagement is about taking an active role in the vegan movement to effect change and support others in the community.

Wednesday Jun 05, 2024

Discover the ultimate guide to 101 delectable and nutritious foods perfect for a wholesome plant-based diet. Uncover top-notch substitutes for eggs, dairy, and meat that promise both flavor and nourishment, while embarking on a journey of culinary exploration. From agar-agar to zucchini, explore a comprehensive range of foods. Each profile highlights the advantages, provides tips for selection and storage, offers preparation suggestions, and presents tantalizing recipe ideas. Illustrated with vibrant color photos, every profile is accompanied by a mouthwatering recipe, simplifying the process of incorporating these delights into your vegan lifestyle.

Episode 48 Animal Testing

Monday Jun 03, 2024

Monday Jun 03, 2024

The topic of animal testing, particularly in the context of medical research, is a complex and nuanced issue within the vegan community. Vegans, by definition, seek to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing, or any other purpose. 
This philosophy naturally extends to opposition against animal testing, especially in industries such as cosmetics and household products, where alternative testing methods are available, and the testing is not deemed necessary for human survival or health.
However, when it comes to medical research, the issue becomes more complicated. The primary goal of veganism is to reduce harm and suffering to animals, but this must be balanced against the potential benefits to human health that can come from medical research, including research that currently involves animal testing. 
Many vegans are conflicted about the use of animals in medical research because, on one hand, they oppose animal suffering, but on the other hand, they recognize the importance of developing new medicines and treatments that can save human lives.

E-47 Animal Activism

Friday May 31, 2024

Friday May 31, 2024

Animal activism is a social movement that advocates for animal rights and welfare and seeks to protect animals from exploitation and cruelty. It challenges the legal and moral distinctions between human and non-human animals, promoting the idea that animals should not be treated as property or used for food, clothing, entertainment, or research. Vegans can get involved in animal activism in several ways: Participating in Protests and Demonstrations, joining animal rights organizations, volunteering at animal shelters or sanctuaries, supporting vegan businesses and products, boycotts, educational outreach, legal and political advocacy, participating in established organizations, attend conferences and events, support policy and corporate campaigns, direct action, collaboration with other causes, and adopting a plant-based diet.

E-46 Self Compassion

Monday May 27, 2024

Monday May 27, 2024

Vegan self-compassion refers to practices meant to help vegans find emotional balance, particularly in the context of the ethical and emotional challenges they may face due to their lifestyle choices. It acknowledges that witnessing and being aware of animal suffering, as well as advocating for a vegan lifestyle, can lead to psychological stress, which can manifest as sorrow, anxiety, stress, or depression. Vegan self-compassion is about taking care of one's mental well-being to continue being an effective advocate for veganism and animal rights.
The concept of vegan self-compassion is rooted in the broader idea of self-compassion, which involves treating oneself with kindness, recognizing one's shared humanity, and being mindful of negative thoughts and emotions without judgment. Research has shown that self-compassion can have a positive impact on overall health, including mental health. For vegans, this might involve engaging in self-care practices that are specifically tailored to address the unique emotional experiences that come with being exposed to animal suffering and advocating for animal rights.

Friday May 24, 2024

BONUS BOOK REVIEW - Betty Goes Vegan: 500 Classic Recipes for the Modern Family. Hardcover – published February 5, 2013, by Dan Shannon and Annie Shannon. "Betty Goes Vegan" is your ultimate guide to crafting delicious meals for today's vegan family. It features 500 mouth-watering and nutritious recipes. This essential cookbook includes recipes inspired by "The Betty Crocker Cookbook" alongside hundreds of original, never-before-seen dishes that are sure to delight even meat-eaters. The book also delves into why Betty Crocker has remained an icon in American cooking for nearly a century, embodying the modern super-woman. With new classics for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert—such as omelets, stews, casseroles, and brownies—"Betty Goes Vegan" is the must-have handbook for every vegan family.

E-45 Forming a Vegan Habit

Friday May 24, 2024

Friday May 24, 2024

Forming a vegan habit, like any other habit, can vary significantly in duration depending on individual commitment, consistency, and the complexity of the changes being made. According to habit formation research, it generally takes anywhere from 18 to 254 days for a new behavior to become automatic, with an average of about 66 days. This range indicates that while some may adapt to a vegan lifestyle within a few weeks, others might need several months to fully integrate this habit into their daily routine. Consistent daily practice and a gradual approach to reducing non-vegan foods while increasing the intake of plant-based foods can help solidify this lifestyle change. What are some tips for forming a vegan habit? Start Gradually; I did all the above except the caffeine, educate yourself, plan your meals, incorporate whole foods, exercise regularly, Seek Social Support, be patient and flexible, and keep learning.

Wednesday May 22, 2024

Over one hundred and twenty Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes, Paperback – Published May 7, two thousand 13, by LeAnne Campbell (Author), Steven Campbell Disla (Photographer), T. Colin Campbell (Foreword), Price: $15.59. With over 850,000 copies sold, "The China Study" is a seminal health and nutrition book that has dramatically impacted our understanding of diet and disease. "The China Study Cookbook" extends these insights into practical cooking, offering more than one hundred twenty plant-based recipes. The original study highlighted how the Western diet contributes to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, advocating for a plant-based diet as a remedy capable of arresting or reversing these conditions.

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