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93: Positive Choice Integrative Wellness

93: Positive Choice Integrative Wellness

Kaiser Permanente's Dr. Raymond Berdugo, and Chris Heslin talk about the implementation of whole food plant-based nutrition into the doctor's office!

  • "Of the top 15 causes of death, only one is NOT related to food, and that's accidents."
  • "Our number one killer in the world, noone ever has to die from!"
  • "We don't need animal protein. We don't need more protein at all. We need more energy; complex carbs in their whole form."
  • "Heart disease has now climbed to be not only the #1 killer in the US, but also the world."

Today's episode focusses on all things health! From prevention to termination and even reversal of some of the world's deadliest conditions, all by switching to plants (in their un-processed, original form)! Oh, and by the way, Plants Have Protein; you don't need to consume animals to bulk up at the gym!

KP Positive Choice Integrative Wellness Center: http://positivechoice.org
Dr. Raymond Berdugo:
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/drberdugo
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BerdugoDr
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/raymond.berdugo.37

54: Winds of Spirit

54: Winds of Spirit

Renee Baribeau, Shaman and author of the book, Winds of Spirit comes on to talk about the wind that's blowing into our hearts, minds and souls.

58: Wrench & Rodent / The Plot Restaurant | Turning the Restaurant Industry Upside Down | Oceanside

58: Wrench & Rodent / The Plot Restaurant | Turning the Restaurant Industry Upside Down | Oceanside

Join host Kat Humphus as she talks with Davin and Jessica Waite and Christopher Logan. They talk about their new plant-based, no-waste concept, The Plot. They also discuss ways that the restaurant industry can evolve, the importance of human connection in the industry, and new ways to look at our food and our part in it.

28: Who’s Planning Meals for Our Next Generation?, Part 1

28: Who's Planning Meals for Our Next Generation?, Part 1
 

 
Chances are if you had great food growing up, your Mom made it. Or, somebody’s Mom did. Today we talk to some women that are having a huge impact not just on our next meal, but maybe our children’s.

88: Death Race

88: Death Race

What is a protest? What goes into the organization of a protest? Who gets involved? What are the laws? All of these questions, and many more were definitely on my list for guest, Ellen Ericksen. Ellen has been vegan for a really long time, and has been fighting for animals since she can remember. She's extremely knowledgable of both sides of the law; the protester's side and the cruelty-promoting business' side. Ellen has earned a reputation for causing unethical businesses to shut down, but it has all come from a place of love for the animals!

With San Diego being the home of the deathly Del Mar Races, the Del Mar Fair, Sea World and once even a slaughterhouse, Ellen (unfortunately) has no shortage of people to talk to, regarding their financial contributions that encourage the prosperity of these businesses. Many of us know why Sea World has a bad reputation, but when Ellen told me what goes on at the Del Mar Fair, I was shocked!

Ellen's FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ellen.ericksen

101: Malia Johnson, Island Girl

101: Malia Johnson, Island Girl

Listen to the soulful island girl, Malia Johnson, about her newly acoustic EP!

For more Malia:
https://centerforconsciouskids.com/listing/malia-johnson-island-girl

 


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