In today's episode we chat with Stepfanie Romine, co-author of the brand new No Meat Athlete Cookbook, about meal planning tricks for the vegan athlete, and how you can get started today.
We're not usually one for recaps, but when you get back from a week on an all vegan cruise, with some of the biggest names in the community, there are more than a few stories to share ...
There's the geek's approach to running form, which dissects each and every element of form using words no one understands, and then there's the non-geek's approach to running form.
This is a guide for non-geeks, and we hope you enjoy.
Do vegans need supplements to stay healthy? What nutrients do whole plant-based foods actually lack?
There's a lot of controversy surrounding those questions, and the answer isn't always simple.
In today's episode, Matt sits down with Matt Tullman -- an author and entrepreneur who has set a goal for a third of the population to go plant-based by 2030 -- to break it all down.
The state of the vegan movement is ...
As we recorded today's episode, how I completed that sentence began to vary.
In my opinion, there's little doubt that veganism is becoming more mainstream and going plant-based gets easier by the day. But does that mean the movement is strong?
In today's episode, Matt and I depart from our typical health and nutrition banter to discuss where veganism is right now as a movement. We're not approaching this topic from a place of authority -- neither of us can claim to be anywhere near authorities on the subject -- but instead as two dudes in the middle of it.
We rave about all the new vegan options and foods, but also attempt to challenge each other on how we can do better as a community.
Oh, and I make a terrible analogy using kale, so there's that too.
Here's what we talk about in this episode: