How to Eat Healthy & with Compassion with Gene Baur | MGC Ep. 18
The Mind Gut Conversation
There are many ways one can look at the benefit of a particular diet, and most of these perspectives are based on what is good for the consumer. But when it comes to the aspect of plant based diets and compassion towards animals, there are few individuals who can match Gene Baur’s authority and track record, and it is for that reason that Gene has been called the “conscience of the food movement” by Time Magazine. Gene is the co founder and president of Farm Sanctuary, America's leading farm animal protection organization. He played a significant role in passing the first U.S. laws to prohibit cruel farming systems - including the California ban on foie gras. His efforts have been covered by leading news organizations, and his books, entitled: Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, and Living the Farm Sanctuary Life - The ultimate guide to eating mindfully, living longer, and feeling better every day. Watch the video format of this podcast here: https://youtu.be/1993GTRSx1w Follow Dr. Mayer: https://linktr.ee/emayer
The inspiring founder of the Farm Sanctuary (find them on Twitter!), Gene Baur, returns to talk about the massive advantages of a plant based diet. We also talk about how amazing turkeys are and the tragedy of slaughtering millions of them in the name of gratitude. Gene has made an enormous impact in the world on behalf of animals and the better health of our planet. Please take a few minutes and listen to this humble warrior for animal justice.Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time Magazine. For more than 25 years he has traveled extensively around the country, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our current food system.A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses documenting their deplorable conditions. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired nationally and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals.Gene has also testified in courts and before local, state, and federal legislative bodies, advocating for better conditions for farm animals. His most important achievements include winning the first-ever cruelty conviction at a U.S. stockyard and introducing the first U.S. laws to prohibit cruel farming confinement methods in Florida, Arizona, and California. His efforts have been covered by top news organizations, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008, Gene’s book, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, became a national bestseller.Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Cowspiracy Racing Extinction An Inconvenient Truth Please Consider Writing An Honest Review of What Matters MostIf you enjoyed this — or any! — episode of the What Matters Most podcast, please leave a review of the show! Reviews help boost the show in rankings, which makes it more visible… and that means more listeners! It’s a great way to spread the word about What Matters Most!Create your review – click here!Read The Book That Inspires The ShowPaul Samuel Dolman, author, podcaster, and speaker, presents What Matters Most (the book!) a series of interview transcriptions from more than twenty inspirational Nashville and Tennessee residents, including special guest the journalist and author Bill Moyers.Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, former Governor Don Sundquist, Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal, Grammy Award-winning entertainer Wynonna Judd, and many more share intimate and inspirational aspects of themselves.This twentieth anniversary edition also features bonus material from thirty more notables from Tennessee, including local business owners, spiritual leaders, coaches, radio personalities, authors, and educators.Support Our Worldwide MissionWhat Matters Most is 100% listener supported by generous pledges from people just like you.Did this episode speak to you? Please consider pledging your support for as little as $5.00 per month… or pledge at higher levels and enjoy perks like a guided meditation audiobook, a library of Paul Samuel Dolman e-books… and more!Full details on how to become a patron can be found at https://www.patreon.com/whatmattersmost.Can’t contribute financially? Consider writing a positive review of the show at Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.Thank you! The post Gene Baur #745 appeared first on Paul Samuel Dolman.
President and cofounder of Farm Sanctuary, Gene Baur will talk about the warm, nurturing personalities of turkeys, who possess strong personalities, form friendships, and have a wide range of interests. Farm Sanctuary inspires people to think about turkeys differently. Since 1986, Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt a Turkey Project has encouraged people to sponsor a rescued “spokesturkey” for Thanksgiving instead of eating one.
Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement”. A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations and farm animal rescue, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses, documenting the deplorable conditions. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired in the United States and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals, and his rescue work inspired an international farm sanctuary movement. Gene was instrumental in passing the first U.S. laws prohibiting inhumane animal confinement and continues working on systemic food industry reforms. His work has been covered by major media outlets including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, the New York Times, LA Times, and Wall Street Journal among others. In this podcast, Gene chats about his journey in animal rights activism, the changes he has seen and continues to see throughout the world, the incredible work of Farm Sanctuary, and the difference each of us can make for animals through our food choices. Farm Sanctuary website - https://www.farmsanctuary.org Gene Baur on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeneBaurofFarmSanctuary/ Books by Gene Baur - https://www.farmsanctuary.org/about-us/gene-baur/
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Gene Baur is President and Co-Founder of Farm Sanctuary, America’s premier farm animal sanctuary and advocacy organization. Hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by TIME magazine, for more than 30 years, Baur has traveled extensively around the country, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our current food system. Credited with initiating passage of the first U.S. laws to prohibit cruel farming confinement methods, winning the first-ever cruelty conviction at a U.S. stockyard, and inspiring an international farm sanctuary movement, he is author of two national bestselling books: Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, and Living the Farm Sanctuary Life: The Ultimate Guide to Eating Mindfully, Living Longer, and Feeling Better Every Day.
Media Representation of Veganism and Farmed Animals: An Interview with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary
In Tune to Nature Podcast
Gene Baur, author and President of Farm Sanctuary, discusses insights on journalistic coverage of farmed animals, vegans, and veganism, as well as the animal agribusiness industry's advertising and marketing tactics. Gene and interviewer Carrie Freeman (radio host, media professor, and coauthor of AnimalsandMedia.org guidelines) also discuss respectful language to use to describe fellow animals. 27 minute podcast. Recorded in November 2019. USA.www.farmsanctuary.orgwww.animalsandmedia.org In Tune to Nature airs live Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on radio station 89.3FM-Atlanta and worldwide on wrfg.org (Radio Free Georgia, non-commercial independent radio). The show's website is www.facebook.com/intunetonature
Gene Baur on living your best life and not hurting animals. Plus discussion on the NYT article the end of meat. Vegan cooking show youtube.com/jamiekilstein Support the show and get extra episodes plus watch the video of this interview patreon.com/jamiekilsteinpodcast
Ep. 32 – Gene Baur on changing hearts, minds and laws about farm animals
When We Talk About Animals
Amid the systematic cruelties and alienating conditions which define our factory farm system, Farm Sanctuary stands out as an exemplar of human kindness. Over the past thirty years, Farm Sanctuary — co-founded and led by our guest, Gene Baur — has rescued thousands of farm animals from short, tortured lives in industrial confinement and allowed them to live out their days in comfort. There, these rescued cows, pigs, sheep and more serve as ambassadors, teaching millions of people — from schoolchildren to Hollywood stars — that farm animals are individuals with personalities and emotions and deserve to be treated as more than just widgets on an assembly line. In this episode, we speak with Baur about the origins and evolution of Farm Sanctuary, how animals who have suffered transform when they are treated with gentleness for the first time, and the globe wave of farm animal sanctuaries that his work inspired. From spur-of-the-moment calf rescues with celebrity supporters like Joaquin Phoenix to lawsuits against companies and government agencies, Baur has fought tirelessly to protect farm animals from cruelty and to promote a more compassionate world.
The Karmic Interconnectedness of Humans and Animals with Gene Baur
President and cofounder of Farm Sanctuary, Gene Baur will discuss these challenging times in relation to how we connect with animals. He will share information about the strong maternal bond between farm animal mothers and their babies, along with how Farm Sanctuary continues to provide a space of calm and refuge during these difficult times.
In this episode we talk with Gene Baur, co-founder of Farm Sanctuary- the first Farm Sanctuary in the world. Gene is a pioneer and national as well as global leader of the farm animal protection movement, hailed as "the conscience of the food movement" by TIME magazine and a solutions focused advocate for the welfare of animals worldwide. We discuss the sanctuary movement and how sanctuaries often develop in direct response to needs, the resource intensive work that sanctuary management requires as well as the importance of not only saving animals but directing our focus on the systemic change that is essential to achieve. We also discuss the phrase he has coined plant-based community oriented agriculture, the empowerment of youth and humans in general through food and agriculture as well as the power of humility, respect and kindness to help connect to hearts and minds. "We will continue to work on stopping cruelty, but I think that promoting solutions is really important." -Gene Baur Visit Farm Sanctuary online at https://www.farmsanctuary.org/