Responsible Eating And Living (REAL) was one of the sponsors of the Take Back Your Health Conference in Washington, DC. In this segment, Responsible Eating And Living founder, Caryn Hartglass, gets REAL about the hazards of dairy as well as what to be skeptical of at so-called health conferences. She also comments on the talk given by one of the conference’s invited speakers, author, John Robbins, highlighting his latest book, No Happy Cows.
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Responsible Eating And Living founder, Caryn Hartglass interviews James Beard Award-winning journalist, Barry Estabrook author of Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit. Estabrook says “The Florida tomato, in many ways, is the poster child for everything that is wrong with modern industrial agriculture.” Before buying your next package of winter tomatoes, watch this interview.
REAL attended the 10th Annual Shindig at the Catskill Animal Sanctuary. One important piece in the process of making this world a better place: REAL People Making A Difference. We spoke with Kathy Stevens, a former educator, who founded the Catskill Animal Sanctuary, one of the country’s leading havens for farm animals and a center for raising public awareness of their sentience and their suffering. You can get close to the animals here and witness first-hand their emotions, personalities and love. People of all ages learn here that animals normally thought of as food, are so much more and deserve to be protected not exploited. We also spoke with Zoe Weil, the co-founder and president of the Institute For Humane Education who succinctly describes what is possible when children are provided with Humane Education, empowered to solve today’s world problems.
To find out more about Kathy Stevens and her work, listen to the audio interview HERE.
Neal Shartar is the first to be featured in the REAL People Video series. Influenced by some of the greats in the plant-based food movement, like John Robbins, T. Colin Campbell and Will Tuttle, Neal Shartar believes in providing healthy, planet-friendly food to the students he serves at New Hampton School.
To find out more about Neal Shartar and his work, listen to the audio interview HERE.
I truly believe that my healthy diet and a daily juice with fresh items like kale, collards, parsley, chard, spinach, celery, lemon and ginger help me beat my battle with ovarian cancer. Below I talk about the power of GREEN!