It’s All About Food

Gary De Mattei, Do it Yourself and Make Your Own

Gary De Mattei, Do it Yourself and Make Your Own Gary De Mattei, Responsible Eating And Living (REAL) co-founder returns to talk with Caryn about getting organized in the kitchen; repairing and renovating instead of throwing away and buying new; making your own foods like tofu and soy milk to minimize plastic packaging.

Michael Klaper, MD, Moving Medicine Forward

Dr. Klaper resolutely believes that proper nutrition — through a whole food, plant-based diet — and a balanced lifestyle are essential for health and, in many cases, can make the difference between healing an illness or merely treating its symptoms. He is a gifted clinician, internationally-recognized teacher, and sought-after speaker on diet and health. In…

Ocean Robbins, 31-Day Food Revolution

Ocean Robbins, 31-Day Food Revolution Ocean Robbins is co-founder and CEO of the Food Revolution Network, which is a global community of 500,000+ members standing up for healthy, sustainable, humane and delicious food for all. Working with his dad and colleague, 2-million copy bestselling author John Robbins, Ocean has hosted and organized online summits and…

Janet Kalish, Freeganism and Food Waste

Janet Kalish, Freeganism and Food Waste Janet Kalish is an animal lover, retired Spanish high school teacher, vegan and freegan. She is an active member of the NYC freegan.info group in which she gives trash tours, helps organize film nights and discussions, Really Really Free Markets and DIY events, all with the purpose of educating…

Nadja Pinnavaia; Dr. Dean Ornish & Anne Ornish

Part I: Nadja Pinnavaia, EUPHEBE HEALTHCARE Nadja has an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from King’s College, London, and a Ph.D. in Quantum Chemistry from St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge. Prior to founding Euphebe, Nadja was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs in London, and subsequently founded WhiteCap, working with a number of large consumer goods companies,…

Jovita Oruwari, MD & Robert Ostfeld, MD, Lifestyle Medicine

Part I: Jovita Oruwari, MD Jovita Oruwari, MD, joined Mercy Clinic as a surgical oncologist. She is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery. She attended New Jersey Medical School, had residency at University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey and a fellowship at Hasbro Hospital. Mercy Clinic is a multi-specialty, physician-led group affiliated with…

Hope Bohanec and Justin Van Kleeck, Humane Hoax Online Summit

Hope Bohanec and Justin Van Kleeck, Humane Hoax Online Summit As we successfully expose the animal agriculture industry for its cruelty and environmental impact, the clever industry marketers keep reacting with more “humane” labels, more small-scale tall tales, and more feel-good falsehoods. It has never been more important to educate on the truth behind the…

Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn and Kathryn Gillespie

Listen: Tuesday, December 18, 2018, 4pm ET by going to PRN, The Progressive Radio Network. Call in to the show with comments and questions: 1-888-874-4888. Listen by phone to hear the live broadcast at 1-712-775-6850. Or call the personal archive number to hear the most recent five episodes of It’s All About Food: 1-701-719-0885. Part…

Jacy Reese, The End of Animal Farming

Jacy Reese, The End of Animal Farming, How Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Activists Are Building an Animal-Free Food SystemJacy Reese is the research director and cofounder of Sentience Institute, a nonprofit think tank researching the most effective strategies for expanding humanity’s moral circle. He previously served as board chair and a researcher at Animal Charity Evaluators.…

Timothy Pakron, Mississippi Vegan

Part I: Timothy Pakron, Mississippi Vegan Timothy Parkon is a passionate cook, artist, and photographer, and the creator of the blog Mississippi Vegan. Before devoting himself to the culinary arts he spent time as a fine artist in Charleston, South Carolina, and New York City. He currently lives and works in New Orleans.    …

Gary De Mattei, Cashews, Colonoscopies, Theatre and Thanksgiving

Part I: Caryn Hartglass, Cashews, Colonoscopies In the first part of the program Caryn talks about attending the Werkit 2018 Women’s Podcast Festival. She’ll discuss her recent experience having a colonoscopy and share the dark side of harvesting the cashew nut.             Part II: Gary De Mattei, Theatre and Thanksgiving…

Caryn Hartglass, Hospitals, Hotels and Holidays

Caryn Hartglass, Hospitals, Hotels and Holidays Caryn covers her time this week in Houston visiting with a hospital patient. She talks about ways to prepare healthy meals in hotels and shares some thoughts and tips for Thanksgiving.

Caryn Hartglass, One Activist’s Rejuvenation

Caryn talks about her recent trip to Mendocino, CA and her stay at The Stanford Inn by the Sea, a vegan bed & breakfast. She also covers other destinations during her travel and the importance of taking care of ourselves, to recharge and rejuvenate, when dedicating one’s life to a cause.

Caryn Hartglass, Call to Action!

In this episode of It’s All About Food, Caryn stresses the urgency of activism, specifically around promoting a vegan diet to turnaround global warming. She reviews Nestle’s Impact Advanced Recovery drink recommended by hospitals to take when having surgery.

Eric L. Adams, Promoting Plant-Based Nutrition

    Eric L. Adams, Promoting Plant Foods Eric Leroy Adams is the Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City. Previously, he was a Democratic State Senator in the New York Senate, representing the 20th Senate District, which includes the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Brownsville, Crown Heights, Flatbush, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Sunset Park. He…

Tobias Leenaert, Vegan Strategist

Tobias Leenaert is a longtime speaker, trainer, strategist, and the co-founder of the Belgian organization EVA (Ethical Vegetarian Alternative), the first vegetarian/vegan organization to receive structural funding from a national government. Under Tobias’ management, EVA launched a successful campaign that resulted with the city of Ghent becoming the first city ever to officially support a…

Gary De Mattei, From Poop to Guts!

Gary De Mattei, From Poop to Guts! Gary De Mattei, co-founder of Responsible Eating And Living joins Caryn Hartglass for another It’s All About Food episode. They talk about cereal grains and pseudo grains, the differences between the two and what to look out for; the Chinese mid-Autumn Festival, fecal transplants and gut health.

Caryn Hartglass, Eat Beans and Breathe!

In today’s episode Caryn covers the importance of eating legumes at every meal, based on the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research findings published in the Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Cancer: a Global Perspective. She discusses the misleading results from the PURE study published on 9/11/2018 in the Lancet.…