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April 12: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D & Thomas M. Campbell, MD, with The China Study, New Edition — The most influential nutritional mind in the plant-based movement, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, returns with his son and coauthor of The China Study, Thomas M. Campbell, MD, to discuss their NY Times Bestseller’s new edition, cutting edge developments since that groundbreaking study, and what we need to know about food now.
April 19: Romance & Vegans + Speaking for the Cause — Vegan Love is Maya Gottfried‘s enchanting new book, and professional speaker Carol Cox shares on how we can speak for groups to enhance activism or vegan business.
April 26: Vegan Foodie Bar & Seasonal Sanctuary Stroll — Timaree Hagenburger, RD, author of The Foodie Bar Way, opens the program with her delightful take on making healthy eating fun, followed by Cheri Vandersluis of Maple Farm Sanctuary in Massachusetts, recipient of the Peace Abbey Foundation Award, an honor she shares with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa.
May 3: How the Other More-Than-Half Lives (and thinks and feels…) + Targeted Veganism — Barbara J. King, anthropologist and author of Personalities on the Plate: The Lives and Minds of the Animals We Eat, regales us with true tales of animal sentience and wit, after opening the program with Michael Webermann and his new venture, Better Eating International, a way to meet pre-vegans where they are and accelerate their vegan transition.
May 10: NYC Vegan with The Vegan Mos — Alan Cumming likes this new book so much he wrote the foreword, and you’ll see why when you hear from Michael Suchman, VLCE, & Dr. Ethan Ciment, award-winning bloggers as TheVeganMos.com, wax poetic on cooking vegan, living vegan, how animal rights and gay rights intersect, and about the glorious plant-sourced food in the Big Apple.
May 17: Women’s Bodybuilding & Speaking for the Cause Part 2 — Mindy Collette is a beacon for vegan fitness and proves that even girly girls can have muscle if they want it; and we’ll open with Carol Cox, speaking expert, back for the second part of her conversation with us to encourage YOU to get out and speak for the cause.
May 24: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau & JL Fields — Star power with the joyful vegan Colleen Patrick-Goudreau discussing how the words we choose can help or harm our animal friends; and opening guest and co-host for the program, JL Fields, VLCE, whose latest cookbook is The Vegan Air Fryer whose latest venture is the Colorado Spring Vegan Cooking Academy.
May 31: Even Vegans Die — Carol J. Adams, Ginny Messina, RD, and Patti Breitman have joined forces to coauthor this important book that says, yes, this is a great way to eat, and no, we won’t live forever — all the more reason to live today fully and create a legacy for after we’re gone.
June 7: VH1’s Jenn Mann and Vegan Publishers’ Casey Taft — The Relationship Fix author (and vegan) Dr. Mann talks with us about her life and work, and Boston University School of Medicine psychiatry professor and Vegan Publishers’ cofounder Dr. Taft shares about his book, Motivational Methods for Vegan Advocacy.
June 14: John McDougall, MD – Encore Performance! — The Starch Solution author was such a listener hit that he’s returning to answer your questions (and mine). Expect straight answers and solid information.
June 21: A Physician/Farmer & His Pharmacist Wife — Lisa Everett is a pharmacist, nutritionist, expert on hormonal health, and a vegan, joins us, with her husband Arden Anderson, DO, who cares about the health of plants and soil the same way he cares about the health of his patients. Join us for a fascinating conversation on this vital but often overlooked topic.
June 28: Rip Esselstyn of Engine 2 — Athlete, author, former firefighter, and plant-strong diet advocate with his own line of food products at Whole Foods Markets joins us to share why plants rock, oil doesn’t, and real food is the real deal.
July 5: Unity Online Radio is closed for the July 4th holiday — a replay will happen in our lifestream spot at 3 pm Eastern Time and we’ll be back next week with a brand new episode.