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All Posts Tagged: plant based education

Podcast: Save a Turkey

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Save a Turkey.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a peaceful Thanksgiving that promoted health and wellness?  I am not wishing for it, but I intend to do my best to live it.  No animal will give its life so that I can be thankful for having too […]
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Blogpost: My Uncomfortable Story

It is well documented that the best growth occurs when one is uncomfortable. The best fruit comes from the plant that struggles the most. The premature infant fights to become resilient and strong. The best movie theme plays out a struggle for survival. Our heroes struggled to overcome great adversity. The best wins are come […]
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Podcast: All Things Micro-green with Milo Paine

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  This episode features Erik Milo Paine.  He began is professional career in finance, but his true love was urban farming.  After immersing himself in the field, he developed a passion for micro greens.  Milo shares his expertise in this podcast.  We start at the beginning with seeds and work […]
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Blogpost: Welcome to Eating Season

It starts with Halloween and ends New Year’s Day. Eating season. Temptations are everywhere. People bring their leftover Halloween candy to work or it fills lunch bags to get rid of the excess. Candy is on sale in the stores in giant bags. This leads into Thanksgiving and moves right along to holiday parties and […]
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Podcast: Let’s Play to Win instead of hoping not to loose

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  There are many marketing campaigns about finding a cure for various cancers and other maladies.  Presidents have declared war on cancer and a commitment to ending heart disease.  Millions of dollars are spent on pharmaceutical research.  While this is all well and good, little effort is given to preventative […]
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Podcast: Let’s Just Agree to Disagree

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Why does controversy seem to get the most attention?  Shocking news! Those doctors can’t make up their minds what is healthy.  They want us sick?  Healthy is not good for the economy.   You can win more friends with maple syrup than vinegar.  Unless, you are Dr. Esselstyn who […]
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Blogpost: Fine Print

Does fine print equal white lies? If products were labeled with serving sizes that are realistic, would there be less purchases? Why must we play the game of catching the ingredients we wish to avoid? Most people just elect not to read the labels and assume that it would not be sold if it were […]
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