Tue, 1 October 2013
Matt Frazier has built an amazing community of plant-based athletes.
His blog, No Meat Athlete, shows you how a plant-based diet can make you fitter, faster and happier.
Although I am not plant-based, I am a huge fan of No Meat Athlete and Matt’s approach to nutrition, running and life.
His posts are helpful and heartfelt.
I partly blame Matt for convincing me to buy the Lamborghini of blenders, the Vitamix!
I hope you enjoy this interview and if you liked it, please leave the podcast a review over on iTunes.
In this podcast we talk about:
- Why Matt started No Meat Athlete.
- The changes Matt noticed when eating a plant-based diet.
- The challenges and social costs of being a vegan.
- Some of the biggest misconceptions of plant-based nutrition.
- The supplements that Matt takes.
- A typical day in Matt's life from a diet and meal perspective.
- Matt's new book - No Meat Athlete: Run on Plants and Discover Your Fittest, Fastest, Happiest Self
- and much more!
Tue, 23 April 2013
Whether you have struggled with your weight or just want to find out simple ways to eat better, you're going to love this interview with Darya Pino Rose.
Tue, 19 March 2013
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.
Thu, 10 January 2013
Episode 1: The Story of Rumble: How Cystic Fibrosis was the Impetus for Canada's First “Nourishing Drink”
Paul Underhill has Cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults.
For most of his life Paul was able to manage his condition. Six years ago however, Paul got very sick - to the point he was forced to leave his job.
Paul's appetite decreased significantly. To get the nourishment he needed for his body to battle the illness, Paul turned to his blender.
His kitchen turned into a lab where concoctions of organic fruits and vegetables were created.
This is a story about Paul and a tasty, sustaining drink, powered by natural goodness ... called Rumble.