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Paul Jarvis is a website designer, yogi, minimalist and touring musician. Paul and his wife live in my hometown of Victoria, British Columbia.

He believes veganism is love – and anyone who tells you otherwise can be kicked in the junk! Paul is also the author of Eat Awesome - A regular person’s guide to plant-based, whole foods.

In this podcast, we talk about:

  • How and why Paul became a vegan.
  • The positive health changes Paul has noticed since eating a plant-based diet.
  • Challenges being a vegan including cravings, meal planning, shopping and more.
  • How the idea to write "Eat Awesome" came about.
  • Getting enough protein, calcium and vitamin B12 eating a plant-based diet.
  • How to make your own almond milk and save money during the process.
  • Paul's must-have kitchen tools.
  • Plant-powered elite athletes like Rich Roll and Brendan Brazier.
  • His favourite resources for recipes and finding vegan-friendly restaurants.
  • Advice for others looking to adopt a more plant-based diet.

Direct download: Paul_Jarvis.mp3
Category:nutrition -- posted at: 3:18pm EDT

James Clear is an entrepreneur, weightlifter, and travel photographer.  Most of his work can be found on www.jamesclear.com where James covers topics like improving your health, your happiness and your work.
In this podcast we talk about:
  • How James became an entrepreneur and interested in health and wellness.
  • His favorite exercises and training methodology.
  • The importance for strength training for performance and injury prevention. 
  • The “Reminder, Routine, Reward” cycle of building healthy habits.
  • Identity-based habits, performance/appearance based goals and how they can help you workout with better long-term results. 
  • Intermittent fasting - how it works and how it helped James lose fat and add muscle. 
  • His favorite resources for gaining health and fitness knowledge.
Direct download: James-Clear-Interview.mp3
Category:health & fitness -- posted at: 9:21am EDT

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