Throughout the month of February, I'm doing something I've never been able to get myself to do before ...
I've gone all month (so far) without a sip of alcohol. It's not that I think I have a drinking problem, but my nightly ritual of drinking a single beer has become a tough habit to break. With the help of the One Year, No Beer program, I decided to give it a shot.
Today we bring on One Year No Beer co-founder Andy Ramage, to talk about why he started the program, how alcohol has become such a big part of socializing, and how you can change the way you interact with alcohol.
We talk a lot about the health benefits and ethical side of veganism, but rarely touch on arguably one of the most important: The environmental benefits.
At least Doug likes to tell me it's one of the most important...
In today's episode Doug and I chat with the directors of the hit documentary Cowspiracy, and explore why many environmentalists ignore the negative impact the meat and dairy industries have on our planet.
As children, rules feel restrictive and no fun, but as adults, they can guide our days and help us become the person we strive to be.
In today's episode, Doug and I share the 15 rules that shape our lives. They're not nutrition or running focused, but instead general rules that touch all aspects of our lives.
Getting kids to eat healthy is hard enough. Trying to raise them on a plant-based diet? That can feel impossible for many vegan parents.
In today's episode, I sit down with Dreena Burton, author of the cookbook Plant-Powered Families, to discuss healthy family eating, the optimal diet for children, and how to get your kids to eat their greens.