Inauguration: On a Wing and a Prayer
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On Inauguration Day, not everyone will be talking about the inauguration of the next U.S. president; some (like me) will be talking about the animals hidden within the word itself. Join me for a journey back to ancient Rome to reveal the birds behind the words inaugural, inauguration, auspicious, auspices, and more.

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Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Nancy Montuori
Ordinary Vegan Podcast #96-Vegan Swaps & Recipes for Animal Products
Are you thinking of adding more plants to your diet in 2021? Today's podcast shares some easy vegan swaps to ease the transition. Finding substitutions for animal products is perhaps the most difficult part of vegan cooking. But it can also be the healthiest thing you can do. For example, when you switch one tablespoon of aquafaba for one egg, you cut out 5 grams of fat and 75 calories. So if you are looking for equally delicious and healthy vegan swaps, look no further. Podcast #96 will introduce you to many vegan swaps and recipes along with: * Healthy Eating Checklist * Oil Substitutes * Best Vegan Banana Bread: Oil-Free & Super Moist * Whipped Cream and Meringue * Egg Replacements * Quick Black Bean Veggie Burgers (recipe below) * The Best Vegan Binding Agents * Cream and Sauce Substitutes * Sunflower Pasta Alfredo Sauce (recipe below) * Gelatin Precautions I hope today's simple vegan swaps helps your transition to a plant-based diet. For recipes and inspiration, please follow me on Instagram and Facebook. You can purchase my vegan, organic line of CBD products from hemp on my website. The National Institutes of Health released a study that "revealed very high rates of clinically significant insomnia along with more stress, anxiety, and depression since the Covid-19 pandemic." All-natural CBD from hemp can enhance the serotonin receptors. Low serotonin levels are commonly associated with people who have depression and anxiety. Anxiety is a key factor behind insomnia. I hope my CBD can help you get a good night's sleep. Additionally, you can find my cookbook "The Easy 5 Ingredient Vegan Cookbook" HERE. I would also like to thank Forager for sponsoring this podcast. Don't forget to go to Foragerproject.com/cultivatehealth for your FREE cup of yogurt. Please stay safe and stay well.
20 min
The ChickPeeps Vegan Podcast
The ChickPeeps Vegan Podcast
Evanna Lynch
S3, Ep20: Anti-Poaching & Female Empowerment, with Damien Mander, the Vegan Ranger
This season of The ChickPeeps is brought to you by our friends at Vivo Life! Use our code 'chickpeeps10' to get 10% off your order at vivolife.com. This week on the show we’re talking to the founder of the International Anti-Poaching Foundation, Damien Mander. Damien is a former Special Operations sniper who traveled to Africa in 2009, after leaving the military, in search of a new adventure. Instead he discovered “a purpose amongst chaos” when he saw the body of an enormous bull elephant that had been brutally killed for his tusks. In that moment, Damien’s life changed forever and our movement gained a powerful, passionate and highly skilled animal advocate. In this interview Damien talks to Robbie and Evy about his vegan journey, founding the IAPF and about Akashinga, Africa’s first armed, plant-based, all-women anti-poaching unit. We conducted this interview while Damien was at one of the IAPF reserves in Kenya. The sounds you can hear in the background of our conversation are the authentic noises of the Kenyan wildlife at night! Also in this episode… * Damien identifies going vegan as the single most important thing he’s done with his life. * In pursuit of adventure, Damien talks about his initial motivation to visit Africa, having heard about the anti-poaching world years earlier. * “These guys are defending the heart and lungs of the planet.” - Damien talks about seeing the work of rangers for the first time, and how it made him see past his ego to reevaluate his life and the kind of person he wanted to be. * “Having hunted [animals] before Iraq, I never hunted after Iraq because I knew what it was like to be hunted” - Damien talks about how his perspective on animals was radically shifted by his experiences serving twelve tours in Iraq. * How the world of anti-poaching gave Damien a purpose that had previously eluded him. * Damien shares how he repurposed his skills as a sniper in the army to set up the International Anti-Poaching Foundation. * We learn about Akashinga, Africa’s first plant-based all-female anti-poaching unit and Damien shares why he believes women are innately predisposed to be able to protect wildlife and de-escalate conflict. * “The women are survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, AIDs orphans, single mothers, abandoned wives and when we set this up we thought, ‘lets give an opportunity to some of the most marginalized women, in the toughest positions’ - what we didn’t realise is we were getting the hardest women there were” - on the all female Akashinga rangers. * “There’s two types of conservationists. Vegans… and those that don’t like to take their work home” - Damien pulls no punches when talking about his stance on veganism as a conservationist. * Damien has a fresh definition of the alpha male. Links: International Anti-Poaching Foundation Damien’s Modern Warrior TEDtalk Phillip Wollen: Animals Should Be Off the Menu Akashinga: The Brave Ones The Game Changers Chef Cola’s Instagram Get In Touch: Bonus Content: ChickPeeps Patreon Instagram: @ChickPeepsPod Facebook: @ChickPeepsPodcast
49 min
Switch4Good
Switch4Good
Dotsie Bausch and Alexandra Paul
114 - Seeds, Omega 3s and Big Dairy with Dr Pamela Fergusson
Dr. Pamela Fergusson, RD, PhD, is a plant-based dietitian with 15+ years of experience that spans several continents. As a super mom of four, she takes a practical, evidence-based, and gentle approach to her consultations with clients, but when it comes to standing for what’s right, she’s not afraid to be vocal. She’s spoken out about dairy advertising to children in Canada, and she’s also written papers to educate other dietitians about working with transgender and non-binary clients. On top of that, she’s a self-published cookbook author, sunflower seed fanatic, and winner of the Toronto Marathon’s speed-walking division. This conversation is fun, informative, and just might incentivize you to start speed-walking. What we discuss in this episode: - Progressive changes to Canada’s 2019 Food Guide - Dairy industry’s influence in Canada - Dairy advertising to children - Soy and tofu - Working with transgender or non-binary clients - Simple tips to eat healthier - Keystone habits - The issues with cashews and benefits of seeds - Speed-walking - Pamela’s Sunflower Seed Cookbook - Follow Pamela on Instagram @drpamela.rd Connect with Switch4Good - YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/ - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/ - Twitter - https://twitter.com/Switch4GoodOrg
1 hr 4 min
Plant Prescription Podcast
Plant Prescription Podcast
Muzammil Ahmad, MSc & Cass Warbeck, BSc
Optimal nutrition for children, behavioural change and healthy habit formation with certified pediatrician Dr. Yami
Today we welcome Dr. Yami Cazorla-Lancaster to the podcast. She is a board-certified pediatrician and certified lifestyle medicine physician, a diplomat for the American College of Cardiology, has a certificate in plant-based nutrition and is a certified Food for Life Instructor. She is so passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles and especially the power of plant-based diets for the prevention of chronic diseases. Dr. Yami strives to educate families on the importance of healthy food choices and shows them how easy and fun it can be!  In this episode we cover:  * Why a plant-based diet can be optimal for children  * Are plant-based diets sufficient for all stages of life  * Do children need dairy for strong bones  * The best type of milk for infants and children  * If meat is a necessary for protein  * Children's natural aversion to meat  * Strategies to teach your children to like healthy food  * Why parents should not cook separate meals for their children  * Advice for parents who are worried their children don’t eat enough  * Should you be worried about soy  * Whether a plant-based diet stunts growth  * How to help your child develop a healthy relationship with food  * Should young children be exposed to allergenic foods  * Supplements   You can connect with Dr. Yami on Instagram: @thedoctoryami and her YouTube channel can be found at Veggie Doctor TV  Her website is here: https://www.doctoryami.com and Dr. Yami is also the founder of VeggieFitKids.com, so be sure to check that out!  Episode resources:  * Dr. Yami’s Podcast: Veggie Doctor Radio  * Dr. Yami’s Tedx Talk: Chicken to Chickpeas: A 30-Day Experiment Changed my Life  * Dr. Yami’s book: A Parent’s Guide to Intuitive Eating  * Book: Born to Run  * Documentaries: Forks over Knives, The Cove, Earthlings  Thank you for tuning in! Make sure to subscribe to The Plant Prescription Podcast so you get notified when new episodes are published. If you enjoy our material and are listening through Apple Podcasts, please leave us a review as this will help more people discover this podcast. We would love to hear from you guys on what you thought of the episode and what you'd like to hear in the future so please connect with us on Instagram.  IG: Muzammil: @dr.plantbased, Cass: @plant_fueled.  Facebook: @theplantprescription and @dr.plantbased.  Music credit: Scott Holmes.  *Please appreciate that this information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, always seek the opinion of a physician or qualified healthcare provider!*
1 hr 9 min
Plant Trainers Podcast - Plant Based Nutrition & Fitness
Plant Trainers Podcast - Plant Based Nutrition & Fitness
Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim
Animal Protection Laws with Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid - PTP397
In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Camille Labchuck and Jessica Scott-Reid all about animal protection laws in North America. If you have ever wondered if there are laws protecting wildlife, livestock, or even your pets, this is the podcast for you. We talk about the work Camille did with Animal Justice to “Free Willie” and what they are working on now. They both talk to us about transportation laws, fur farming, Ag Gag laws, adopting animals and so much more. Camille Labchuk is an animal rights lawyer and executive director of Animal Justice—Canada’s only animal law advocacy organization. Under her leadership, Animal Justice fights legal cases in courtrooms across the country, works to pass groundbreaking new laws, and ensures industries are held accountable for illegal animal cruelty. Camille has litigated to advance animals’ legal interests at all levels of court, including before the Supreme Court of Canada. She regularly testifies before legislative committees, and was instrumental in passing a precedent-setting national ban on whale and dolphin captivity in 2019. She has filed false advertising complaints against companies making misleading humane claims; documented Canada’s commercial seal slaughter; and exposed hidden suffering behind the closed doors of farms and zoos through undercover investigations. Camille also regularly defends and protects the rights of animal advocates. Camille is a frequent lecturer on animal law, co-host of the Paw & Order podcast, and a regular contributor to national publications like the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Jessica Scott-Reid is a journalist and animal advocate. She covers animal and vegan topics for media across Canada and beyond, including The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Winnipeg Free Press, Sentient Media, Planet Friendly News, and Tenderly Magazine. She is also a co-host of the Paw & Order Podcast. In this episode we discuss: Finding plant-based PETA Animal Justice Animal protection laws Transportation laws of live stock Farming laws Laws for pets Adopt don’t shop Hot topics for upcoming laws Fur farming Mink farming and COVID Whale and dolphin band Ag Gag Laws Animal Justice Academy
42 min
Beat Your Genes Podcast
Beat Your Genes Podcast
BeatYourGenes
250: Owing parents,Child's junk affects Mom's health,Too sensitive?, Half effort
In today's episode, Dr. Lisle discusses: 1. How much do you owe your parents as they age? My father is very disagreeable and I hate being around him. As my father ages, he will need me to care for him more but I would like to move out of state. He does not have any savings to afford quality nursing home care. Do I need to take him with me because there would be no one else here to care for him? 2. I’m having environment issues and I’m really stuck as to what to do about it. I have a 36 year old special needs daughter.  Every chance I get, I sneak into her room and grab some cookies, or candy or whatever else she has stashed in there away from Mom. It’s really hindering my progress. 3. I am easily thrown off by simple things at work or in my personal life- and I'm a crier. My mom and I had a disagreement recently and I didn't get over it for over an hour and kept involuntarily crying because I was so upset that I disappointed her. I don't re-calibrate quickly from negative feedback and I'd like to learn how to get better at it. Maybe I'm too darn sensitive. 4. I am very happy with my life, have a dream job, good performance reviews, good pay and I so I should be happy. But I know that I'm not fully applying myself at work and I that I'm cruising at 50% effort. As as result I feel constant guilt for slacking off at work, and yet I cannot seem to force myself to work harder. The boss is happy, and unless there is an immediate and heavy deadline I don't feel motivated. Can you talk about this phenomenon please?
50 min
PLANTSTRONG
PLANTSTRONG
Rip Esselstyn
Ep. 8: Brenda Davis, RD - Nourish: Finding Balance at the Table
She has been called the "Godmother of Vegan Dietitians" and the "High Priestess of Vegan Nutrition" and today, we're proud to welcome friend, author, and plantstrong pioneer, Brenda Davis, to the podcast. Brenda is the author of 12 books and she’s been a speaker at our Plant-Stock events for years. Not only does she captivate with the energy of a teenager, but her evidence-based research leaves folks inspired regardless of where they are on their own journey to health. That’s why we're excited to discuss topics in her latest book, “Nourish: The Definitive Plant-Based Nutrition Guide for Families” that she co-wrote with Pediatrician, Dr. Reshma Shah. We're often asked about how we do it in the Esselstyn house. People want to know how to feed their children healthy foods in a fast-paced, junk food society without sacrificing the nutrients needed in order to grow and thrive. Today, Brenda addresses some of these common concerns that parents may have...Things like - of course- protein...iodine, calcium, iron, zinc, B-12...you know...all the same things we worry about as adults! The goal of this book is not to just provide confidence in plant-based nutrition for health at any age, but also build a life-affirming connection within your family. “Nourish” offers the solution parents have been waiting for when it comes to deciding what and how to feed their families. Episode and PLANTSTRONG Resources: * Brenda Davis Website and Resources * PLANTSTRONG Rescue 10x - Hop on the waitlist for our next session. * PLANTSTRONG Meal Planner - use code: STARTFRESH for a 14-Day Free Trial. Yes, you have to enter a credit card - but you won’t be charged if you cancel before the trial ends and that’s a click of a button. Enjoy the test drive and get cooking! * PLANTSTRONG Foods - Pizza Crust is Back in Stock. Bookmark this page for upcoming food announcements! * Theme Music for Episode * Promo Theme Music
58 min
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
Physicians Committee
Overcoming Rheumatoid Arthritis with Food
How much impact does our diet have on rheumatoid arthritis? More than you might think! One morning Dr. Monica Aggarwal found herself on the floor and unable to move. Her joints had grown so inflamed and stiff that she felt nearly paralyzed. When the doctor diagnosed this young cardiologist with the debilitating form of the disease he said that she needed to get used to the idea of living in pain. Although medication would provide some improvement, this would be her fate and there was nothing she could do to change that. They were wrong. On this episode of The Exam Room™ podcast, “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll is joined by Dr. Aggarwal who shares her inspirational journey back to health. Her secret weapon in the fight against arthritis? Improving her diet! Today she is a workout warrior and living pain free! — — — Dr. Aggarwal’s Book: Body On Fire https://amzn.to/3k5SQc3 — — — Dr. Monica Aggarwal IG: @drmonicaaggarwal Twitter: @drmaggarwal Website: https://www.drmonicaaggarwal.com — — — ICNM 2021 Register: https://pcrm.org/icnm — — — Chuck Carroll Twitter: @ChuckCarrollWLC IG: @ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: https://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Physicians Committee Twitter: @PCRM IG: @PhysiciansCommittee Facebook: https://wghtloss.cc/PCRMFacebook YouTube: https://bit.ly/PCRMYouTube — — — Barnard Medical Center Telemedicine Schedule Appointment https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or many other podcast providers. Don’t forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
1 hr 6 min
You Are Not A Frog
You Are Not A Frog
Dr Rachel Morris
Episode 68 - The Revolutionary Art of Breathing with Richard Jamieson
This week, Richard Jamieson joins us to discuss how using breathing techniques can help you de-stress and keep calm. *Episode Highlights* *[05:14] The Accessibility Of Breathwork* * Practising meditation and mindfulness helps cope with stress.  * They’re accessible to everyone.   *[08:09] What Does Breathing Do To The Body?* * When we take control of our breath, we can decrease our stress and agitation. *[14:59] Breathing Techniques* * The first step is to bring awareness to the breath.  * Wondering what to look for when observing your breathing? Tune in to the episode to learn more.  *[17:48] Long-Term View For Breathing* * The ideal breath is around five and a half seconds on the inhale and exhale respectively.  * Devote some minutes of your day to developing breathing techniques.  *[19:11] Breathing Rate And Heart Rate Variability* * We also need to look at heart rate variability. * Low heart rate variability means an accumulation of stress.  * We can increase heart rate variability through slower and coherent breathing.  *[22:23] Finding Balance* * Chronic stress can create a pattern of holding our breath or breathing too quickly. * Practising proper breathing techniques allows us to find the right carbon dioxide and oxygen levels in our bodies. * We can balance our body’s needs. *[29:19] Beating Stress* * When you feel like you’re breathing too fast, try using your fingers to count off your inhales and exhales.   * To calm yourself down, exhale longer than your inhale.  * To activate yourself, inhale longer than your exhale. *[34:26] Holotropic Breathwork  * * This induces an altered state of consciousness in a dark room with evocative music.  * For Richard, this kind of breathwork is a psychological detox.  *[43:25] Summary Of Breathing Tips* * Remember ART: awareness, regulation, and transformation.  * Bring awareness to your breath.  * Regulate yourself through coherent breathing.  * Explore different breathing techniques. *Enjoyed This Podcast?* * Write a review and share this with your friends. * Sign up for a FREE workbook. * Join the Shapes Collective Facebook group. * Find out more about our training here. * Email Rachel or reach her on LinkedIn or Twitter. *Podcast Links: * * Richard’s website * Permission to Thrive for doctors * Breath by James Nestor * Breathe by Dr Ela Manga * Just Breathe by Dan Brulé * Listen to Deepak Chopra on Feel Better, Live More with Rangan Chatterjee Support the show (https://youarenotafrog.com)
49 min
Plant Proof -  Evidence based nutrition
Plant Proof - Evidence based nutrition
Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Approaching climate change like a game of chess with Dr Jonathan Foley
In *Episode #119* I sit down with *Dr Jonathan Foley*, one of the worlds most highly regarded Climate and Environmental Scientist's. Jonathan has published over 130 peer reviewed papers in the the field of sustainability in highly prestigious journals such as _Science_ and _Nature_. He is also an author, a highly sought after guest speaker and is the Executive Director at Project Drawdown, a not-for-profit organisation which is widely considered as the worlds leading resource for information on climate solutions. However, as brilliant as his resume is, his communication is arguably what makes his work so incredibly powerful. * In this episode we cover:* * How the climate change conversation has moved from debate around its existence to debate around solutions * What Project Drawdown is * Individual versus government action * Looking at climate change as a game of chess * Why climate change doesn't have to be scary * The changes we can make as individuals with a specific focus on three key areas: water, energy and food. * and much more If you are wanting to learn real facts about climate change and the solutions we have, from someone who not only values science but contributes to it, then I highly suggest you make time to listen to this...probably more than once! And of course, share it to any friends or family members who you think may benefit from hearing from Dr Foley. *Resources:* * Project Drawdown * Jonathan's Bio * Jonathan on twitter * Jonathon's blog 'Beef rules' * Jonathan's blog on seeing Climate change as a game of Chess * Confused about holistic grazing and whether grass-fed beef is a real climate solution? Read this paper out of Oxford University Dr Tara Garnett which discusses some of the problems with claims from certain people in this industry. You can also read a piece I co-wrote with Environmental Researcher Nicholas Carter here for more on this topic. *My Book:* My new book _The Proof is in the Plants_ is out May 4th. Preorder your copy here. *Want to support the show?* The single best way you can support the show is by leaving a review on Apple podcast app - it only takes a few minutes and would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. *Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports Physiotherapist * Creator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof Podcast Connect with me on Instagram and Twitter
1 hr 15 min
Well Far: The Running Podcast
Well Far: The Running Podcast
Mags Creative + Amy Lane
Suzanne Shaw on How Running Helped Her Overhaul Body & Mind
This week on Well Far we are chatting to Hear’say popstar, actress, former Dancing on Ice star and now fitness devotee Suzanne Shaw. For 20 years Suzanne has been hopping on and off the health wagon, something I know many of us are guilty of. But it's been in the turmoil of various lockdowns that Suzanne has finally discovered what’s helped her nix negative voices, opening up doors to new challenges and a Remarkable Lifestyle Transformation. She’s smiley, she’s confident and in her words, ‘she’s happy again’ and running has played a big part in her finding her new groove (alongside a new plant based diet and kicking some long term bad habits). Despite only having really found running in the past year Suzanne has been wooed by the runner’s high that she’s gone from her first 5K to setting herself crazy running challenges to keep her mind and body in a good place.  Get in touch with Amy on instagram: @Wellness_ed  Follow Suzi’s journey: @Suzi_shaw If you have any questions or want to join the running community then check the Well Far Strava @WELLFar to keep in touch. Topics covered:  Running for mental health and fortitude  How healthy habits form strong foundations for a happy mind and body Plant based food and recovery time  Finding the balance  Running for the delight of it!   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 min
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
Tabitha Farrar
Thanks for Listening!
I've not written a blog for months. I've been moving house, had little internet connection, and been generally busy, and tired. I'm glad that this past couple of weeks I had felt like I have the time and space to start writing again, so there will be blogs to come, soon. I wanted to put something down to express my gratitude for all of you who have listened to and supported my podcast over the past three years. I didn't think that it would go anywhere, or that anyone would really listen to it. Well, you did. So thank you. I've had such support for the podcast, that I feel extremely guilty about announcing that I will not be producing any more episodes. But, as I discovered in the last 6 months or so, feeling guilty about stopping is not a good enough reason to keep going. I'd rather than stop completely than keep it going, but only publish episodes sporadically. Podcasts are a lot of work. Finding people to interview, scheduling interviews, and editing audio after interviews. If I am quick, an episode may take 6 hours start to finish (including scheduling etc), but many episodes take more like 10. It is a time thing. It's not that I don't have time. I can always make time. These days, my "free" time — time to do absolutely nothing productive at all — is increasingly precious and glorious to me. I am growing less inclined to give it up. I'm more selfish about my time — unapologetically, I enjoy that I enjoy being just me, without being the 'doing stuff' me. This 'wanting to do nothing' is actually exactly something that scared me when I had anorexia. I was scared that if I allowed myself to rest, I would always want to rest. I would forget how to be productive. My 'value' would decrease. Because when I was sick, I thought my value was in my ability to never rest, and always be productive. (Which, if you think about it, in a famine, would be about right.) The wonderful thing about being human in a brain that doesn't have anorexia any more, doesn't perceive that resources are scarce, and therefore doesn't believe that value is in productivity, is that I have the freedom to see the real value of being human. I know that sounds incredibly deep and ridiculous, but it is true. The other night, I was going to make this podcast. I had an hour or so. I was making my way up my back porch steps, and one of the puppies followed me up and "pawed" me on the leg, asking for attention. Years ago, when my value was in being productive, I either wouldn't have noticed him, or I would have noticed him, and gone inside anyway. These days, I'm more inclined to sit on the floor and play with the dogs because they asked than I am to go inside and start editing audio. Sometimes it is a puppy. Sometimes it is a horse. Sometimes it is a pattern that the wind has made in the snow that I need to stare at. Sometimes, very often, it is snuggling with Matt. I never take for granted my recovered brain. A brain that allows me to see the value in happiness, and being human. Never, ever, take it for granted. I feel blessed to have known a brain in starvation mode, if only because it allows me to know the bliss of not being there. Anyway. That's my way of saying there will be no more podcasts. Just because it is the right time to stop. I appreciate you for listening.
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