Plantarion Podcast podcast

Plantarion Podcast

Danni McGhee

Whether you are🌱 vegan, veg-curious, or just starting your wellness journey we are excited to have you tune in. 🥳🙏 We are bringing honest conversations to you discussing a range of health, wellness, and lifestyle inspirational topics from Guest Speakers and our Plantarion Community Members.

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    048: Paul Chatlin + From the Gurney to the Garden & How a WFPB Diet Transformed His Life

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    Welcome to Episode 048 of the Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Paul Chatlin of Plant Based Nutrition Support Group about his journey from the gurney to the garden and how a whole food plant based diet saved his life.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Paul ChatlinPaul was born in Detroit and has lived in West Bloomfield since 1971. In May of 2013, he was diagnosed with Heart Disease. His cardiologist gave him two options: bypass surgery or try “Plant Based Nutrition” (PBN). After meeting with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, he decided to try “Plant Based Nutrition”. After just 3 weeks his angina disappeared. His cholesterol levels dropped from 350 to 88 and he lost 75 pounds. And, he felt great! Paul promised himself that when he felt better he would put together a support group to help others in our community, so he contacted Dr. Joel Kahn, co-medical director who agreed to assist him on the journey. In February of 2014, he held his first Plant Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG) meeting and 123 people attended! Today PBNSG has 7600 members and over 100 volunteers. They have started many outreach programs and has relationships with the owners of 30 local restaurants. PBNSG has completed working on curriculum change with Medical Students at Wayne State, Eastern Michigan , Oakland University, Michigan State Universities and the University of Michigan medical school. Held classes for local doctors to learn about the benefits of nutrition before pills or procedures called Doctors Teaching Doctors. Received a sponsorship from Henry Ford Health Systems. PBNSG has over 54 small groups. A small group is where likeminded friends get together at a hosts house to talk about WFPB without judgement. In 2020 PBNSG will be holding over 46 health and culinary education classes. We just finished an 80+ page manual called “A Gurney Promise” which helps people around the world start their own Plant Based Nutrition Support Group. PBNSG also created a Whole Food Plant Based No Oil Cookbook called Perfectly Plant Based. Follow Paul ChatlinInstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube! 
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    047: Claudia Gonzalez + How A Vegan Diet Can Support Your Pregnancy

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    Welcome to Episode 047 of the Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Claudia Gonzalez about how doula services can support you before, during, and after pregnancy, as well as how you can have a successful vegan pregnancy.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Claudia GonzalezClaudia Gonzalez, also known as Cookie, is a fertility doula, labor support doula, and postpartum doula, who enjoys working with families and individuals during the prenatal, birth, and postpartum stages. She assists by providing information and resources, as well as emotional, spiritual, and (non-medical) physical support to her clients, while being sure to provide services that are tailored to their unique needs. With all of the knowledge she has gained and the work she has done (and is still doing), her most prized title of them all is of being an Auntie to her amazing, smart, and funny proxy-baby (aka niece) whom she loves as if she were her own child.Cookie’s ultimate goal is to be a helping hand as she walks with families on their individual journey, in order to bring their pregnancy and birth dreams to fruition.Follow Claudia GonzalezInstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Suggested Prenatalshttps://www.cookieladoula.com/product/prenatal-herbal-blend/https://www.naturewise.com/products/womens-prenatal-multivitamin-mineral-whole-food-complexhttps://www.gardenoflife.com/content/product/mykind-organics-prenatal-multi/https://www.megafood.com/vitamins-supplements/multivitamins/baby-me-2-prenatal-multi-W1005.htmlhttps://wholeearthsea.com/product/womens-prenatal/https://www.jcrowsmarketplace.com/1ozlugolssolution5valuepriceincludesshipping.aspxFollow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube! 
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    046: Emily Frigon + Food Rescue & Sustainability Plus A Vegan Thanksgiving for Two

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    Welcome to Episode 46 of The Plantarion Podcast. Danni McGhee talks with Emily Frigon about her blog Garlic Head, how to make the transition to a plant-based diet, and her holiday recipes that are perfect for a quarantined holiday season.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Emily FrigonEmily Frigon is the founder of Garlic Head, a virtual recipe resource and community designed to promote the sustainable, accessible, affordable, and delicious virtues of plant-based eating. A lifelong vegetarian, Emily is passionate about sharing the benefits of a diet rich in plants, both for personal welfare and overarching health of the planet. Garlic Head aims to exemplify the benefits of vegan living without restrictive labels or expensive grocery bills.Emily is also the co-founder of harvestRX, a farm-to-patient delivery platform that supplies preventative health programs with grant-funded fresh produce, delivered directly to chronically ill patients and lower income communities. Food access and sustainability motivate her life's work.With her extensive digital recipe experience, Emily has managed and contributed to the social media/content strategies of plant-centric websites including Minimalist Baker, Choosing Chia, Emilie Eats, and Hummusapien.Emily holds degrees in Economics, Spanish, and Global Sustainability from the University of Pittsburgh, along with a Plant Based Nutrition certificate through the Center for Nutrition Studies at Cornell University.Follow Emily FrigonInstagramFacebookLinkedInPinterestGarlic Head Blog's WebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube! 
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    045: Toni Okamoto + How To Eat Plant-Based on a Budget

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    Welcome to Episode 45 of The Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Toni Okamoto about how to eat plant based on a budget with less than $25 per week!SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Toni OkamotoToni Okamoto is the founder of Plant-Based on a Budget, the popular website and meal plan that shows you how to save dough by eating veggies. She’s also author of the Plant-Based on a Budget Cookbook, co-author of The Friendly Vegan Cookbook, and the co-host of The Plant-Powered People Podcast. Okamoto’s work has been profiled by NBC News, Parade Magazine, and she’s a regular presence on local and national morning shows across the country, where she teaches viewers how to break their meat habit without breaking their budget. She was also featured in the popular documentary What the Health. When she’s not cooking up a plant-based storm, she’s spending time with her husband and their rescued dog in Sacramento, CA.Follow Toni OkamotoInstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInPlant Based On  A Budget WebsiteThe Friendly Vegan Cookbook WebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube! 
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    044: Leigh Frame + Why Nutrition Isn't One Size Fits All

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    Welcome to Episode 44 of The Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Leigh Frame, PhD, MHS, about why nutrition is not a one size fits all concept and how to approach our health find what works for each of us.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Leigh Frame, PhD, MHSLeigh Frame, PhD, MHS, brings nutrition and immunity together through clinical/translational research. She is especially interested in the role of vitamin D as an immune modulatory hormone. Dr. Frame is reestablishing her research at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. As the Director of the GW Integrative Medicine Programs, she is working to build an Integrative Medicine research program at the university. Her interests include the potential role of the microbiome in nutrition in health, the consequences of malnutrition in obesity, and research ethics.She has used her wide-ranging experience in biomedical research (from wet bench to clinical research) to oversee research programs, including the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Parkinson's Disease Biomarkers Program. She has extensive experience in the design of studies of all sizes and phases of research including secure, accurate data collection, and data safety and management.Dr. Frame is also the Executive Director of the GW Office of Integrative Medicine and Health. She received her PhD in Human Nutrition at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health while working at the Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery and also received a Master of Health Science from the same school.Follow Leigh Frame, PhD, MHSInstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInThe Integrative Medicine Programs' WebsiteOffice of Integrative Medicine and Health's WebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Download the DMinder App hereFollow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!  
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    043: Eric C. Lindstrom + How to Celebrate This Holiday Season with Compassion

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    Welcome to Episode 43 of The Plantation Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Eric C. Lindstrom, Executive Director at FARM, about how to celebrate the holiday season with compassion.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Eric C. LindstromEric C Lindstrom started his career in the animal rights movement as the Program Director for Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) (2016-2018) and more recently served as the Director of Marketing for Animal Outlook (formerly Compassion Over Killing). In his role as Executive Director, Lindstrom manages the 501(c)3's programs, personnel, and operations. Lindstrom penned two best-selling books on veganism, The Skeptical Vegan and The Smart Parent's Guide to Raising Vegan Kids (Skyhorse Publishing) and resides in Ithaca, New York.Follow Eric C. LindstromFARM's InstagramFARM's FacebookFARM's TwitterFARM's LinkedInFARM's WebsiteThank Tank WebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!  
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    042: Stewart Mitchell + Why We Should Vote For the Animals In This Election

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    Welcome to Episode 42 of the Plantarion Podcast! Danni McGhee talks with Stewart Mitchell, animal rights activist and author, about how we can help oppressed groups, including animals, by voting in this election plus more.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Stewart MitchellStewart Mitchell is a single father, self published author and animal rights activist that currently serves as a board member for Voters For Animal Rights. He has written two books for children and young adults that stress the importance of eating healthy and compassion for animals (Kayla The Vegan and Liberation Summer) Stewart also wrote a book titled: There Is Beauty In The Darkness, a poetry book that outlines and documents his own personal battles with depression and anxiety. He is a vegan of ten years and is from Brooklyn, NY.Follow Stewart MitchellVigilant Vegan InstagramThere Is Beauty In The Darkness InstagramFacebookEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Buy Kayla The Vegan on AmazonBuy Liberation Summer on AmazonFollow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!
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    041: Muzammil Ahmad + How He’s Changing the Medical Curriculum to Include Plant-Based Nutrition

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    Welcome to Episode 41 of the Plantarion Podcast! Danni McGhee talks with Muzammil Ahmad, a Canandian medical school student, who is leading the way to change the medical education curriculum to include plant-based nutrition courses.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Muzammil AhmadMuzammil Ahmad, a plant-based vegan from Canada, is working towards finishing his medical education. He is a third-year medical student at the University of Alberta and has certification in nutrition, a Master’s in Psychology and a Bachelor's in Commerce. He is known for his Instagram account @dr.plantbased and is a co-host of Plant Prescription Podcast.Follow Muzammil AhmadInstagramFacebookTikTokWebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Canadian Food Guide can be found here.Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!
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    040: Dr Caldwell Esselstyn + How Chewy Leafy Greens Can Save Your Life

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    Welcome to Episode 40 of the Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn about how chewing green leafy vegetables can lower your risk of cardiovascular health and even protect you from viruses like Covid-19.  Plus he shares what he personally eats daily to maintain excellent health.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!  Visit our podcast website for the show notes at Plantarion.com/podcast!Interview with Dr. Caldwell EsselstynCaldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., received his A.B. from Yale University in 1956 and his M.D. from Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 1961. In 1956, he received a gold medal in rowing  at the Olympic Games. In 1968, as an Army surgeon in Vietnam, he was awarded the Bronze Star. He was trained as a surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic and has been associated with the Cleveland Clinic since 1961.  He was President of the Staff and a member of the board of governors.  He is chairman of the Breast Cancer Task Force and Head of the Section of Thyroid and Parathyroid Disease. In 2005 he became the first recipient of the Benjamin Spock Award for Compassion in Medicine. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Cleveland Clinic Alumni Association in 2009. In 2013 he received Yale University’s George Herbert Walker Bush Award for Lifetime Achievement. Dr. Esselstyn has also received the 2015 Plantrician Project Luminary Award, the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award, and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award. His scientific publications number over 150. His pioneering research is summarized in his best selling Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease. In July 2014 his study of 200 patients confirms an even larger group can be adherent to plant-based nutrition and achieve the same significant arrest and reversal of disease. Currently he directs the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Reversal Program at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute.Follow Dr. Caldwell EsselstynInstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteEpisode Mentions:#Ad This episode is brought to you by Green Body Brand by Plantarion.  For fun, vegan, eco-friendly apparel visit GreenBodyBrand.com!Follow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!
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    039: Wendy Wesley + Why Your Home Cooking Is Good Enough

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    Welcome to Episode 39 of the Plantarion Podcast.  Danni McGhee talks with Wendy Wesley, registered and licensed dietitian and nutritionist, about the benefits of cooking your meals at home, how to gain confidence in the kitchen, and why getting back to the basics makes eating healthy simple, accessible, and more affordable.SUBSCRIBE TO PLANTARION PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLAYER!Interview with Wendy WesleyWendy Wesley is a registered/licensed dietitian and nutritionist who works to improve the health of the community. She is an activist, writer, speaker and podcaster on local and statewide health and food policy. For her community she is a cooking coach, nutrition counselor and a consumer nutrition advocate showing patients and clients how food marketing influences their choices and health. Wendy is a candidate for St. Petersburg City Council running on a platform of health equity. Follow Wendy Wesley OnlineWendy's InstagramWendy's FacebookWendy's LinkedInWendy's Business WebsiteWendy's Additional WebsiteEpisode Mentions:Green Body Brand WebsiteFollow Plantarion on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube!SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS EPISODE ON OUR LATEST INSTAGRAM POST! 

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