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The Plant Trainers Podcast

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Rank #64 in Nutrition category

Alternative Health
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Nutrition
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The Plant Trainers Podcast helps you improve your quality of life through plant-based nutrition and fitness. Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim interview top experts in nutrition & fitness, healthy lifestyle, compassion, as well as individuals with their own transformational stories. They are the parents of two kids who share their expertise and personal transformations to a plant-based compassionate lifestyle and beyond. You’ll find motivation, inspiration and actionable tips to help you to get closer to achieving your own goals. Adam & Shoshana are Wellness Experts, public speakers, authors and nutrition & fitness coaches with over 35 years experience. They help build nutrition and fitness plans for all types of athletes and beginners as well as help individuals alleviate stress in life caused by diet, lifestyle and chronic illness. Show notes, recipes and more at www.planttrainers.com

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The Plant Trainers Podcast helps you improve your quality of life through plant-based nutrition and fitness. Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim interview top experts in nutrition & fitness, healthy lifestyle, compassion, as well as individuals with their own transformational stories. They are the parents of two kids who share their expertise and personal transformations to a plant-based compassionate lifestyle and beyond. You’ll find motivation, inspiration and actionable tips to help you to get closer to achieving your own goals. Adam & Shoshana are Wellness Experts, public speakers, authors and nutrition & fitness coaches with over 35 years experience. They help build nutrition and fitness plans for all types of athletes and beginners as well as help individuals alleviate stress in life caused by diet, lifestyle and chronic illness. Show notes, recipes and more at www.planttrainers.com

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One of my favorite health/fitness podcasts!

By DBrindle - Nov 21 2019
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The Plant Trainers always have good guests on that provide a wealth of information in regards to plant based health and fitness. My favorite episode thus far is Episode 330 about Busting Protein Myths!

A Must for people interested in optimal health and a plant based lifestyle.

By kateanddavid - Apr 03 2019
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These two are both sensible and there is no annoying giggling or weird music.

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118 Ratings
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One of my favorite health/fitness podcasts!

By DBrindle - Nov 21 2019
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The Plant Trainers always have good guests on that provide a wealth of information in regards to plant based health and fitness. My favorite episode thus far is Episode 330 about Busting Protein Myths!

A Must for people interested in optimal health and a plant based lifestyle.

By kateanddavid - Apr 03 2019
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These two are both sensible and there is no annoying giggling or weird music.

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The Plant Trainers Podcast helps you improve your quality of life through plant-based nutrition and fitness. Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim interview top experts in nutrition & fitness, healthy lifestyle, compassion, as well as individuals with their own transformational stories. They are the parents of two kids who share their expertise and personal transformations to a plant-based compassionate lifestyle and beyond. You’ll find motivation, inspiration and actionable tips to help you to get closer to achieving your own goals. Adam & Shoshana are Wellness Experts, public speakers, authors and nutrition & fitness coaches with over 35 years experience. They help build nutrition and fitness plans for all types of athletes and beginners as well as help individuals alleviate stress in life caused by diet, lifestyle and chronic illness. Show notes, recipes and more at www.planttrainers.com

Rank #1: Whole Food Plant-Based with Dr T Colin Campbell – PTP286

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with a man who needs almost no introduction, Dr. T Colin Campbell. He is best known for writing The China Study with his son Dr. Tom Campbell who was on the podcast in episode 131 and, of course, we took his course when we first became emerged into plant-based living. This show is really planned by you, our listeners who were kind enough to comment on Instagram and Facebook to share your questions. We talk about cancer, allergies, autoimmune disease, ketosis, osteoporosis, oils, and fat. We needed to soak in as much as we could from this legend and we want you to do the same. Please share this with those you love..or even like a little!!! Find us on Facebook or Instagram @planttrainrs and leave a comment about what you liked the best in this episode. T Colin Campbell, PhD has been dedicated to the science of human health for more than 60 years. His primary focus is on the association between diet and disease, particularly cancer. Although largely known for The China Study – one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted and recognized by The New York Times as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” – Dr. Campbell’s profound impact also includes extensive involvement in education, public policy, and laboratory research. Throughout his career, he has confronted a great deal of confusion surrounding nutrition and its effects. It is precisely this confusion that he has focused so much on, in recent years. Dr. Campbell co-wrote The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health, which has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. He is also the author of the The New York Times bestseller Whole, and The Low-Carb Fraud. Several documentary films feature Dr. Campbell and his research, including Forks Over Knives, Eating You Alive, Vegucated, and PlantPure Nation. He continues to share evidence-based information on health and nutrition whenever given the opportunity. He has delivered hundreds of lectures around the world and he is the founder of the T Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and the online Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate in partnership with eCornell.   In this episode we discuss: Gratitude for college Is a plant-based diet for everyone? Can a plant-based diet make you sick? Reductionist ideas Added Oils The fat percentage for children Recurrence of allergic responses New research and new book The power of corporate America Ketosis even when plant-based…yay or nay? Osteoporosis The big message   Links to things we mentioned: Meal Planning Mastery Patreon The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health by T. Colin Campbell and Thomas M. Campbell II Whole: Rethinking The Science of Nutrition by T. Colin Campbell and Howard Jacobson (Contributor) T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies eCornell Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Program Forks Over Knives – DVD Forks Over Knives – Netflix PlantPure Nation The Campbell Plan with Dr. Tom Campbell – PTP131 Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Michele Olender Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives! We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast! Click here for a list of our services

Jan 15 2019

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Rank #2: Poor Sleep, Cortisol & Insulin with Rebecca Boulton – PTP145

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Rebecca Boulton about poor sleep and it’s effects on cortisol and insulin levels. Rebecca is a registered Nutritional Therapist and founder of Simple and Clean Nutrition. She works with women struggling with hormonal imbalances supporting them to improve their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. She is registered with the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and a member of the Complementary Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). Today we address poor sleep in regards to men, women and children. We take a look beyond just how many hours of sleep we need and what time of night we should be sleeping. Rebecca talks about cortisol and insulin levels and how this pertains to adults sleeping patterns. We hope you have a great night’s sleep after listening to this one!   In this episode we discuss: What happens when we sleep Misconceptions about sleep Do different people require different amounts of sleep? Hours and range Man vs women circadian rhythm Insulin, cortisol and adrenal fatigue Shift work Bedtime routines Sleep apnea Children’s sleep Blue lights Foods and nutrients that promote healthy sleep Melatonin Actionable tips to start with today   Links to things we mentioned: Rebecca’s Website, Facebook Group 7 Day Hormone Balancing Meal PlannerThe Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Nov 18 2016

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Rank #3: Saying “Goodbye Lupus” with Brooke Goldner M.D. – PTP167

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Dr. Brooke Goldner about healing lupus on a plant-based diet. She is a best-selling author, the founder of VeganMedicalDoctor.com, SkypePsychiatrist.com, creator of the Hyper-nourishing Healing Protocol for Lupus Recovery, and is the author of Goodbye Lupus and Green Smoothie Recipes to Kickstart Your Health and Healing. Dr. Goldner was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Nephritis with stage IV kidney disease at 16 years old and made a startling recovery from her disease at 28 years old using her protocol, which uses supermarket foods. Now, she educates physicians and patients on how to heal and achieve vibrant health using her protocol that has helped many with Lupus and a multitude of other diseases. Dr. Goldner has starred in videos and documentaries such as Eating You Alive, Whitewash, The Conspiracy Against Your Health, Goodbye Lupus, and Super Healthy Meals for Your Family.  She has appeared on TV, news and media outlets such as, RTVi News, Natural News Radio, Health Conspiracy Radio, Wellness Radio, and has been featured on the front cover of Vegan Health & Fitness Magazine. Brooke’s story is really an incredible one and we dive into all the details in our conversation with her. We experienced all the emotions listening to her talk about her original prognosis to her ability to have healthy pregnancies and two beautiful boys. There are so many good take aways for anyone suffering with Lupus, and we really do hope you share this episode to give others the ability to say Goodbye Lupus.   In this episode we discuss: What is Lupus? The diagnosis Signs and Symptoms Getting sick The role of food in the treatment of Lupus 25 years ago Is pizza the perfect food? Hope and meaning Strokes Finding love Accidentally plant-based No signs of Lupus Getting pregnant Helping others   Links to things we mentioned: Amrita Bars – Use “PlantTrainers” at check-out for 15% off your order Get 10% off your Healthfest 2017 Tickets by using the code “PlantTrainers” at checkout Brooke Goldner, M.D. – Website, Facebook, Twitter Smoothie Shred Challenge Goodbye Lupus by Brooke Goldner M.D.   Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick Mary Lou Fusi Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. We’re also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Feb 03 2017

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Rank #4: The Game Changers, Meat, Protein and Strength with James Wilks - PTP320

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with James Wilks, a mixed martial artist best known for winning Season 9 of The Ultimate Fighter and one of the producers of The Game Changers. He also serves as a combative trainer for government agencies including the US Marshals, US Marines, US Army Rangers, and US Navy SEALs. James is an intense, but friendly guy and is very knowledgeable in plant-based eating for athletes. We talked about the eating cultures and the need to focus more on nutrition and of course, we cover the topic of protein. You’ll be interested to hear what he has to say about Roman Gladiators as well. As we get into talking about The Game Changers we talk about the amazing cast, why there are more males than females and the overall message for the movie. Expect to hear about some of the surprises you’ll see if you go to The Game Changers live September 16 in theaters and some of the online hype afterward.  Please share with anyone who is into sports, loves being plant-based or is still on the fence! In this episode we discuss: Plant-based kids  Martial arts  Nutrition in the UFC Roman gladiators  Martial arts and diet Team community and junk food  Liking healthy  Protein  Protein powder  Nutrition and the military  The Game Changers  Surprises  Why there are fewer women  Links to things we mentioned: ENERGYBits – use “planttrainers” at checkout for a discount! Vegan Podcast Academy Host your own podcast with Libsyn – use promo code “plants” and get a month free! The Game Changers - Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter James Wilks - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter How Not To Die with Michael Greger M.D. – PTP206 A Forefather of Plant-Based Nutrition, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn – PTP208 The Big Picture and Changing The Game with Dr. James Loomis – PTP246 Undo It!: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases with Dean Ornigh M.D. - PTP295 Impacting The World Through The Greenprint with Marco Borges - PTP306 Stress, Abuse, and Relationships with Dean Ornish, M.D. - PTP307

Sep 10 2019

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Rank #5: Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn – PTP149

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we are honoured to talk about how to prevent and reverse heart disease with Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn is known for being one of the founding fathers of the plant-based lifestyle and is the author of the book Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease. He is widely recognized for his role in the documentary film, Forks Over Knives. Twenty-three years ago, while chairman of the Cleveland Clinic’s Breast Cancer Task Force, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn wanted his peers to do more in the way of preventing heart disease as he found the research on plant-based diets to be extremely strong. He and his family adopted a plant-based lifestyle and he is responsible for so many others following suit with tremendous results. He is 82 years old and he is his wife, Ann are full of energy and spirit. During our talk with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn we cover a lot of the questions and uncertainties out there. So many people seem to hear the research, see others getting results, but just aren’t yet convinced that this is the time to hop on board. We are hoping this conversation today will help you or someone you care about cross that line from uncertainty to taking action. To be able to prevent and reverse heart disease and many other chronic illnesses is a gift that can change the lives of millions of people. Towards the end of the show we talk about an event in The Doctor’s life many people don’t know about!    In this episode we discuss: Coronary heart disease Preventing heart disease Reversing Heart disease Why people who feel healthy should go plant-based All food groups in moderation Oils for brain function Egg whites Different plant-based camps Message to parents who are feeding their children cow’s milk Exercise Chelation therapy   Links to things we mentioned: Dr. Esselstyn’s Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr. M.D. Forks Over Knives Micronutrients That Improve Heart Health Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Dec 02 2016

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Rank #6: Eating For Your Body Type with Kathy Smart – PTP159

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Kathy Smart about eating for your body type. Kathy certainly lives up to her reputation as a triple threat in the health and wellness space. She is a registered holistic nutritionist who wrote the best-selling cookbook Live The Smart Way; which is a Cordon Blue approved cookbook and Canada’s 2015 Fitness Presenter of the Year (along side her American Counterpart Jillian Michaels). Kathy Smart is best known as North America’s Gluten-Free expert she is a popular speaker, health and fitness presenter and the go-to media expert in all things health and wellness. In 2015, Kathy launched the much-anticipated Live The Smart Way Expo, her personally branded Canada-wide consumer Expo to a rousing success and is now Canada’s Largest Health and Wellness Trade Show. She was recently awarded the Leading Women Award by the Canadian Government for raising health awareness across the country and was also named a 2015 Winner of the Top 40 Under 40 Business Achievement Award (Ottawa Business Journal). Kathy Smart has been featured around the world as the leading expert in Healthy Gluten-Free living and is a Chatelaine Magazine recipe developer. She was recently named one of the Top 50 Most Influential Social Media Tweeters according to the Huffington Post and has been seen on many TV talk shows. Today we talk to Kathy about fruit. Wait…before you say “what? Fruit” hear us out. Kathy describes her system of comparing one’s body type to fruit in order to decide how they should best eat and exercise for optimal health. Find out what kind of body type category Adam and Shoshana fall into and find out a little more about what kind of fruit you are and what may be holding you back from your optimal health!   In this episode we discuss: Friends Dr. Abravanel How to eat for you body type How to exercise for your body type Pears Apples Bananas Papples! Back to the basics Eat vegetables like it’s your job White vegetables…white potatoes Live The Smart Way Expo Vote with your dollars 3 Actionable tips for a healthier you   Links to things we mentioned: Kathy Smart’s Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Email Kathy for a FREE copy of her cookbook: kathy@livethesmartway.com Live The Smart Way with Kathy Smart – PTP008   Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Miriam Selick Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jan 06 2017

46mins

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Rank #7: Losing 200lbs & Becoming An Athlete with Josh LaJaunie – PTP105

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Josh LaJaunie. He was born and raised in south Louisiana in the Bayou, he’s a coonass, through and through. He grew up hunting, fishing, drinking, eating, playing football, and despite a few attempts at dieting, he found himself tipping the scales at over 400 pounds. Today Josh has lost over 200 pounds and developed a love for running. Josh went from being a sedentary ex-football player to a motivating machine of an athlete. Josh shares with us how culture can play a huge part in forming bad habits and the series of events which led up to his amazing transformation. You can really feel the passion when Josh speaks about motivation and just getting out there to run. His underlying message is simple: Don’t overthink it. If you are not a runner, you are going to want to be one tomorrow!   In this episode we discuss: The culture in Louisiana Josh LaJaunie’s Bam Bam Finding running Finding a plant-based lifestyle Motivation What you can start doing right now Transitions and food perspective   Links to things we mentioned: Josh LaJaunie: Website, Facebook, Facebook Page, Twitter, Instagram Power of Positive – Blog The Power of Positive Podcast – PTP009 Rich Roll & Julie Piatt – PTP017 Finding Ultra by Rich Roll Born to Run by Christopher McDougall Skinny Bitch by Kim Barnouin and Rory Freedman Skinny Bastard by Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin Slaughterhouse by Gail A. Eisnitz Forks Over Knives Food Matters Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead Hungry For Change The Warrior: David Goggins – Runner’s World               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jul 01 2016

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Rank #8: Reversing Heart Disease with Dr. Joel Kahn – PTP091

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Dr. Joel Kahn about reversing heart disease. Dr. Kahn is a cardiologists whose mission is to prevent 1 MILLION heart attacks over the next few years. It’s very refreshing to have a doctor so dedicated to disease prevention and reversing heart disease. He was the first in the world to complete the Metabolic Cardiology Program from the University of South Florida and is currently a professor at various universities and hospitals. He is the author of the best selling books “The Whole Heart Solution” and “Dead Execs Don’t Get Business”. Many people are not aware that heart disease can be reversed through diet and lifestyle alone. Joel shows us with research and experience that it can be done. The plant-based world is buzzing with information and success in this area. What about saturated fats, oils, food in hospitals? Don’t worry, we have you covered! Joel also leaves us with his life-changing tips that you can implement today. We hope you enjoy the show!   In this episode we discuss: Becoming a doctor Becoming vegan How a vegan diet can reverse heart disease Is the vegan diet growing in the medical field? Erectile dysfunction The LYDD Diet Changing food in hospitals Oils vs Fats Are saturated fats good for us? Tips on how to stay healthy Greenspace Cafe   Links to things we mentioned: Dr. Joel Kahn: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Facebook Page – Ban Hospital Food CarciNOgenic The Whole Heart Solution by Dr. Joel Kahn Dead Execs Don’t Get Business by Dr. Joel Kahn Diet For A New America by John Robbins? Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program For Reversing Heart Disease by Dean Ornish M.D. The Plantrician Project  GreenSpace Cafe  Proteinaholic with Dr. Garth Davis – PTP042 Processed Meats and Sugar Go Viral – PTP047 Female Sexuality & Erectile Dysfunction with Dr. Alex Chinks – PTP089   Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. We’re also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

May 13 2016

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Rank #9: Eat Cauliflower, Will You! – PTP062

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In this episode of Hey Plant Trainers, we answer one of the most common questions asked. Getting kids to eat certain foods can certainly be a challenge for parents.  When it comes to certain veggies, such as cauliflower, it can definitely be tough.  Here is Rochelle’s question: My daughter won’t eat cauliflower.  What can I do to make her eat it? Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. We’re also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Feb 02 2016

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Rank #10: Connecting With Your Children After Chronic Illness Strikes – PTP160

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I have spoken with three separate families this month who have had illness take a parent out of commission. The ill parent wants to be able to spend time with their children and just can’t show up to the same degree as they can’t leave their beds, lift the children or even walk around long enough to spend quality time. Doctors appointment or hospital stays take up a lot of time too. I personally know what it’s like to have a divider between my family and myself and to feel desperate to make up for that lost time. To be healthy we need to look beyond nutrition. We need to nurture our hearts and that is where my teaching and yoga experiences help mend families. Have a listen for my top 4 suggestions for connecting with your children after chronic illness strikes.   This week’s question: Elizabeth asks: “I have been ill and need to connect more with my daughter. What do you recommend?”   Links to things mentioned: Meditation for Families – PTP034  Mediation for Kids – Blog Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Miriam Selick Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jan 10 2017

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Rank #11: Becoming A Plant-Based Family of 8 with Jessica Dugas – PTP221

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Jessica Dugas about her story behind transitioning her meat-grilling husband and 6 children to a plant-based diet. When we first met Jessica, the family was struggling with health issues ranging from ADD, Arthritis and constipation so severe surgery was an option. After years of flirting with the idea of a plant-based diet and embracing a more holistic philosophy, Jessica developed the mindset and found the support she needed to bring the whole family to the Plantiful side!  Jessica Dugas is the owner of JustDetermined.com and the founding member of the Mom’s Online Mastermind community. She is an intuitive empath, a Certified Reiki Master & Teacher, Certified AromaTouch Technique practitioner, Wellness Advocate, entrepreneur, wife, and a plant-based homeschooling mom of 6 beautiful children. She is committed to helping moms reduce the stress and overwhelm in their lives by encouraging them to discover a balance that works for them! As a multi-passionate woman, you can find her serving others through many modalities including, but not limited to, stress-relieving techniques, meditation, intuitive readings, community creation, accountability, essential oil education, and more. In this episode, we discuss some of the thoughts and actions along with the challenges and triumphs that brought this family of 8 to where they are today.   In this episode we discuss: Family of 8 Two death in one week What inspired change Medical problems in the family Challenges How all 6 children reacted to Plant-based How else has life changed Mindset Feeding a family of 8 and budget How to avoid picky eaters When people refuse to take action Tips for transitioning a family   Links to things we mentioned: Thank you to today’s sponsor –> Amrita Health Foods – use “PlantTrainers” at checkout for 15% off Jessica Dugas’ Website, Mom Club Online, Facebook,  Instagram   Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. We’re also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Oct 20 2017

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Rank #12: WTF Where’s The Fiber with The Plant Chics – PTP261

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk to The Plant Chics Jacque Tarlton and Marzia Prince. They are fun and energetic gals who are both plant-based fitness competitors. Today we talk about what it takes to eat clean whole foods to be the best you that you can be. Fiber takes the stage in a lot of this conversation and they make it clear that you can be sexy and get your fiber too. At the end of the day, it’s about listening to your body and not the advertising out there. It’s really interesting to hear their take on plant-based protein powders as well. We know you’ll be entertained in this episode, so please share it with your friends and ask them to subscribe so others can find this information and start making changes too! Jacque Tarlton and Marzia Prince, aka the Plant Chics, help women rock out with their broc out! The Plant Chics are plant-based coaches who work with women to help them find their food freedom. They work with newbie/wannabe vegans, all the way to pro-level all-star vegans. They’ve worked with leading global brands on custom keynotes and wellness programs. Their programs have helped thousands of women not just survive, but thrive.   In this episode we discuss: How good impacts you Finding plant-based Vegan training Listening to your body Making fiber sexy Fat The advertising industry Adding more fiber into your diet Protein powder   Links to things we mentioned: Thank you to our sponsor Four Sigmatic Foods. They make drinking mushrooms delicious and easy with a variety of superfood beverages from coffees to matcha to hot cocoa and more! Visit www.foursigmatic.com/planttrainers and enter the promo code “planttrainers” for 15% off on your order! Patreon The Plant Chics – Website, Facebook, Instagram The Plant Chics Tribe   Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Michele Olender Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jul 24 2018

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Rank #13: Paleo, Protein & Purpose with Sid Garza-Hillman and Dr. Garth Davis – PTP201

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we sit down with Sid Garza-Hillman and Dr. Garth Davis for an unscripted, unplanned and unbelievable conversation about the Paleo lifestyle, Protein and having purpose. We recorded this one evening in a hotel breakfast room. The best part of this show is that it was simply a laid back conversation that takes some deep looks on various subjects of plant-based living and research. This show was pretty funny, if you ask Shoshana. She laughed out loud listening to it walking around the house with headphones on. Despite the humor we all brought, there are some major learning opportunities and takeaways no matter where you are at in your health journey. For those of you who don’t know Dr. Garth Davis is the medical director of the Davis Clinic and is a recognized expert in initial bariatric procedures and revisional bariatric surgery as well as the author of Proteinaholic and was on The Plant Trainers Podcast episode 042.  Sid Garza-Hillman is the Nutritionist and Programs Director at the Stanford Inn’s Wellness Center as well as an author, speaker and podcast host who was on episodes 189 and 125 of our podcast. We will cut right into the conversation. It’s not formal in anyway, we just get right into it.   In this episode we discuss: Preaching to the choir? Family feuds What motivates you? Friendly Canadians Fear What made each of us go plant-based Who’s funding studies? “Carbs” Low fat Paleo and anthropology Preventative vs early diagnosis Omegas Butter coffee Calcium   Links to things we mentioned: Email us at: info@planttrainers.com Proteinaholic with Dr. Garth Davis – PTP042 The Small Step Advocate Sid Garza-Hillman – PTP125 Making Choices Through Mindset with Howard Jacobson, Josh LaJaunie & Sid Garza-Hillman – PTP189   Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick Mary Lou Fusi Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jun 02 2017

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Rank #14: The Plant-Based Dietitian, Julieanna Hever – PTP041

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In today’s episode, we talk to The Plant-Based Dietitian, Julieanna Hever. It seems that everywhere you turn you can get a glimpse of Julieanna. She has her own show “What Would Julieanna Do?”, co-stars on “The Chef and The Dietitian” and she has been a guest on multiple shows such as “The Dr. Oz Show” and “The Steve Harvey Show”. Julieanna is the author of the best-selling book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition and now has a brand new book, The Vegiterranean Diet.  Julieanna is also the nutrition columnist for VegNews Magazine. Her newest endeavor is being the Executive Director of EarthSave, International. Julieanna explains to us how to combine foods for the best absorption of nutrients, the whys and hows of B12 and she shares her thoughts on combatting childhood obesity. It was fun to record with Julieanna as she is so vibrant and knowledgeable. We hope you enjoy the show!   In this episode we discuss: A bit about Julieanna’s story Dietitian vs. nutritionist WholeFood Plant-Based success Nutrient absorption The protein myth B12 Fighting childhood obesity Plant-based doesn’t have to be expensive Her favourite recipe Gluten-Free living   Links to things we mentioned: The Plant-Based Dietitian, Julieanna Hever: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram The complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition by Julieanna Hever The complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten Free Vegan Cooking by Julieanna Hever The Vegiterranean Diet by Julieanna Hever Diet for a new America by John Robbins PTP040: Vegan Bodybuilder Robert Cheeke PTP039: Childhood Obesity BBQ Tofu “Wings” – Forks Over Knives by Julianna Hever               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Oct 09 2015

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Rank #15: Undo It!: How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases with Dean Ornish M.D. – PTP295

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Dr. Dean Ornish, the pristine innovator of Lifestyle Medicine. He is not only a brilliant doctor but a brilliant man. When they finished this interview Adam turned to Shoshana and simply said “wow”. To think Dr. Ornish almost lost his life before he could figure it all out and help others do the same. Whether you are looking to be happier, have a healthier heart or healthier anything, you will find many tidbits to take away from this episode. And if you’re looking to help with the grassroots movement, listen very carefully to the secrets. Of course, we talk about the 4 components of his new book he wrote with his beautiful wife called Undo It!, which are to eat well, move more, stress less & love more. And you will be quite entertained by the penis test! Dean Ornish, M.D., is the founder and president of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute, clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and the author of six books, all national bestsellers. He has received numerous honors, including the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award from the University of Texas, Austin, and the National Public Health Hero Award from the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Ornish was recognized as a “TIME 100 Innovator;” by Life magazine as “one of the 50 most influential members of his generation;” by People magazine as “one of the most interesting people of the year;” and by Forbes magazine as “one of the world’s seven most powerful teachers.” Be sure to share this with those you love.   In this episode we discuss: Finding plant-based in 1972 Happiness Heart disease Reversing a variety of chronic diseases All diseases are the same when you treat the cause How to get to the grassroots (speaking to what is important to them) The penis test Making choices in life Love more and our craving for intimacy The experience of suffering   Links to things we mentioned: Work with us Our Patreon Dr. Dean Ornish – Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Ornish Lifestyle Medicine Undo It! How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases by Dean Ornish M.D. and Anne Ornish The Game Changers How Not To Die with Michael Greger M.D. – PTP206 A Forefather of Plant-Based Nutrition, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn – PTP208 The Big Picture and Changing The Game with Dr. James Loomis – PTP246 Whole Food Plant-Based with Dr. T. Colin Campbell – PTP286 Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Michele Olender Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your questions! We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast! Click here for a list of our services

Mar 19 2019

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Rank #16: Optimizing A Plant-Based Diet with Dr. Brooke Goldner – PTP298

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Dr. Brooke Goldner about optimizing a plant-based diet. This is Dr. Goldner’s second time on the show. The first time she talked about how she was able to cure her Lupus. Today we talk about more general nutritional needs for the general public, including pregnant women. Have you ever met or been that person who gets too comfortable in their lifestyle and before they know it, they have processed foods sneaking in? What about that person who should be thriving, but their health is on the decline. Or what about those people who just can’t seem to get enough raw veggies into their diet? Dr. Brooke Goldner is a best-selling author, the founder of VeganMedicalDoctor.com, GoodbyeLupus.com and creator of the Hyper-nourishing Nutrition Protocol for Lupus Recovery. She is the author of 2 best-selling books, Goodbye Lupus and Green Smoothie Recipes to Kick-Start Your Health and Healing. Dr. Goldner has starred in videos and documentaries such as Eating You Alive, Whitewash, The Conspiracy Against Your Health, Goodbye Lupus, and Super Healthy Meals for Your Family. As a keynote speaker and educator, she delivers her message and training to audiences and organizations across the nation.   In this episode we discuss: Gratitude Saying Goodbye to Lupus Minerals Processed foods and inflammation Not eating enough vegetables Omegas & fats Psoriasis Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D Prenatal and pregnancy Postnatal and nursing Children   Links to things we mentioned: ENERGYBits – use “planttrainers” at checkout for a discount! ASEA Via Source Brooke Goldner M.D. – Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Saying “Goodbye Lupus” with Brooke Goldner, M.D. – PTP167 How Not To Die with Michael Greger M.D. – PTP206 Dementia and The Alzheimer’s Solution with Team Sherzai – PTP252 Whole Food Plant-Based with Dr. T. Colin Campbell – PTP286 The Ketogenic Diet Explained with Dr. Joel Kahn – PTP292 Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Michele Olender Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your questions! We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast! Click here for a list of our services

Apr 09 2019

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Rank #17: Making Cooking Easy For Everyone with Sam Turnbull – PTP235

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk to Sam Turnbull about making vegan cooking easy for everyone.  A lot of people think they have to eat like a rabbit if they adopt a vegan diet and don’t end up making a change despite their understanding that this can make a difference in their health and for the environment. We talk to Sam about how she has “veganized” her favorite comfort foods and made them affordable and simple for everyone. Sam doesn’t get wrapped up with fancy superfood ingredients and we can attest that flavor is never compromised with her recipes. This show is going to give you everything you need for keeping costs down, the ingredient lists short, and it will even get you thinking about what you can make for your loved ones on Valentine’s Day this year. We hope you’re not hungry now, but you definitely will be by the end of this episode. Sam Turnbull is the creative voice and vision behind the popular blog It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken, author of the cookbook Fuss-Free Vegan, and now a new YouTuber. Growing up in a family of foodies, chefs, butchers, and hunters, (yep, it’s true), Sam was determined to prove that vegan cooking didn’t have to be all kale and quinoa. Her easy, comforting, satisfying, and totally non-scary recipes struck a chord with vegans, vegetarians, and even carnivores everywhere. Sam’s first cookbook has been met with rave reviews and is already in its second printing after only one month since being release. She also won the #LoveLentils competition and had the honor of filming a cooking show with Chef Michael Smith.   In this episode we discuss: “It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken” Becoming vegan Following her passion Calling food what it is as opposed to eating “un or mock” Fave recipes from Fuss-Free Vegan: 101 Everyday Comfort Food Favorites, Veganized Must have staples for the kitchen Secrets to keeping costs down in vegan cooking Simple recipes Mistakes people make when starting to cook vegan Making cooking easy for everyone The perfect Valentine’s Day menu Actionable tips to start vegan cooking today   Links to things we mentioned: Thank you to our sponsor, Health IQ. To see if you qualify, get your free quote today at healthiq.com/planttrainers or mention the promo code “Plant Trainers” when you talk to a Health IQ agent. Yummy Foods Activity Book For Kids Sam Turnbull’s Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube Vegucated Fuss-Free Vegan: 101 Everyday Comfort Food Favorites, Veganized by Sam Turnbull     Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Stu Dolnick Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. We’re also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jan 23 2018

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Rank #18: Home Remedies For This Flu Season with Julie Ward – PTP276

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk to Julie Ward about how to be winning this cold and flu season. Let’s face it there are two kinds of sick days from work, the ones that you are flat on your face and the ones you pretend to be sick to just take the day off. Wouldn’t it be great if you only need to worry about the latter? We are not suggesting you lie to your work, but with these cold and flu season toolbox ideas you’re sure to skip the red nose, running eyes, flemmy cough this season, and if it does sneak up on you…don’t worry. Julie shares plenty of plant-based and vegan remedies. In fact, I was sipping on one as I wrote this introduction. So share away, because no one wants to use their sick days for really being sick. And be sure to tag us on Instagram @planttrainers when you do play hookey! Julie helps others transition to health using a new approach to food and “habit hacks” that help her clients overcome obstacles. As the founder of Fresh Food Alchemy, Julie’s presentations focus on how foods can boost energy, joy and focus. After overcoming her own depression, mood and digestive issues using plant-based wisdom, she brings 25 years of first-hand experience to the table, helping health educators and clients understand that optimal health is possible, and healthy food can taste great! Julie is a plant-based certified ACE health coach with a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition. She loves creating new ways to make “healthy” tasty, fun and healing!   In this episode we discuss: Mindset Major causes of cold and flu season Staying protected during cold a flu season Keeping your immune system up Garlic Medication patience Home remedies for cold and flu Tea and broth recipes Essential herbs and spices for cold Scrapes and burns Source your ingredients well   Links to things we mentioned: Meal Planning Mastery VIA LifeMax Julie Ward – Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter Julie’s special offer for our podcast listeners Natural Anti-Inflammatory Shot Thank you to this month’s Patrons for supporting us on Patreon: “Joe” Millie Pearson Mary Lou Fusi Carmen Fanous Emily Iaconelli Spanish Armada Michele Olender Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our Plant Trainers Facebook Lives!   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast! Click here for a list of our services

Nov 06 2018

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Rank #19: Losing 100 Pounds On A Plant-Based Diet with Benji Kurtz – PTP075

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In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Benji Kurtz, founder of the not-for-profit organization: Alliance to Repair the American Diet, now known as Remedy Food Project. Benji was obese his whole adult life until he adopted a whole-foods, plant-based diet and lifestyle. After having huge success with this lifestyle he began to educate the public as well as provide continuing education for medical professionals. Teaching them about the growing amount of research that shows that food choice can affect chronic disease in the ways of prevention and reversal. In doing so, he brought the first whole-foods, plant-based live event to Georgia and now to Toronto.    In this episode we discuss: A Plant-Based diet Losing 100 lbs in 1 year Taste buds change The role of fitness Health improvements Quality of life Continuing education for doctors Remedy Food Live Events   Links to things we mentioned: Remedy Food Project – Website, Facebook Register for the Toronto Event and get 20% off with the code: PLANTTRAINERS Forks Over Knives  Power Balls Recipe How Not To Die with Michael Greger M.D. – PTP051 Proteinaholic with Dr. Garth Davis – PTP042  Star McDougallers               Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!   Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Mar 18 2016

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Rank #20: He Shoots, He Scores – Goals! – PTP056

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In this episode of Hey Plant Trainers, we answer Sandra’s question: It’s a new year and everyone is making resolutions and goals. Where do I begin when setting my goals?   Don’t forget to contact us at info@planttrainers.com with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!                           Join our FaceBook Groups:   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session HERE.    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking here.   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and leave us a rating and review over on iTunes – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Player.FM so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to Listen on Google Play Music! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click here for a list of our services

Jan 12 2016

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