Vegan and vegetarian nutrition, running and training tips, and healthy lifestyle and habit change with well-known guests like Rich Roll, Brendan Brazier, Heather Crosby, Leo Babauta, Rip Esselstyn, Pamela Fergusson, Dan Buettner, make for an entertaining, informative, no-preach listen.
Plant-Based Morning Show: Vegan Restaurants Add Meat Back to Menus In Order to Survive
hace 10 horas
46:21Wednesday, January 31st. In this episode we talk about: Doug's plan to have more fun Weather report: Robot-run Kernel restaurant opens soon, Meat the Mushroom earns Shark Tank funding, US Senators introduce bill to keep cultivated meat off school menus, luxury vegan chocolates in Academy Awards gift bags Vegan restaurant adds meat to its menu ( Could Putting Meat on the Menu Save the Vegan Fast Food Sector? () Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on or on Instagram ( and ), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow , , and for more.
Plant-Based Morning Show: The 15 'Healthiest' Vegan Fast Food Orders You Can Make
hace un día
48:38Tuesday, January 30th. In this episode we talk about: Doug's ski trip and crash Weather report: Tash Peterson thanks counter-protesters, Just Mayo back in Whole Foods 15 Healthiest Vegan Fast-Food Orders, According to Dietitians () Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on or on Instagram ( and ), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow , , and for more.
Introducing Isabelle Caputo: Ultramarathons and What it Takes to Prioritize Fitness as a Busy Parent
hace 2 días
51:21In this episode, Matt and Matt chat with Isabelle Caputo, Director of Team & Customer Experience at Complement and longtime NMA Radio listener... and now our new co-host! We talk to Isabelle about her running history and her ultramarthon goals, and how she manages to do it all with young children and a busy life. We get into how we all prioritize exercise as we age and our families grow, along with our favorite habit tricks for keeping it going.
Ultra-Processed Food: What It Is, What It Isn't, and Is It Really the Reason We're So Unhealthy?
46:55In this episode of the new Outlier Health Podcast, Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman dive into the media's favorite new term for attacking plant-based meats: ultra-processed food, or UPF. But if ultra-processed foods are the main problem with modern diets, does this mean foods that are just processed (not ultra) — kitchen staples like oil, sugar, and refinded flour — are better than we thought? We break down four categories of food processing, the latest research on the health ramifications of ultra-processed foods, and what this research means for everyone seeking a healthy, sometimes-but-not-all-the-time relationship with UPF.
Ridiculous Morning Routines, Health Technology Obsessions, and How the World Started Trusting Influencers for Health Advice Instead of Doctors, with Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman
35:01We’ve kept it quiet so far, but it’s time to spill the beans: Complement co-founders Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman are working on a book together, and we’re starting a podcast to share the process and the ideas in the book. In this “soft launch” episode, we look at how the health advice influencers give online is so drastically different from the advice doctors used to give us, and how it got to be that way. We talk about some crazy morning routines and the “optimization” mindset towards health that, even if it works, makes it very hard to be happy at the same time.
NMA Chats: Combating Extremism with Positivity on Social Media with Maddie Saliba
46:12Carnivore, vegan, keto — the discourse on social media around nutrition thrives on misinformation and extreme takes. Not only is that unhelpful to those of us looking for solid nutrition advice, but it can be dangerous for many people, especially teenagers. In this episode of No Meat Athlete Radio, Matt Tullman interviews Maddie Saliba, who gets hundreds of thousands of views through positivity, not clickbait.
NMA Chats: From Hitting Rock Bottom to Helping Others Live Their Best Lives with Adam Sud
1:15:50For much of his life, Adam Sud considered every new day worse than the previous. It wasn't until he hit rock bottom and entered rehab did he begin to have a different outlook on life. Today Adam is a behavioral wellness & nutrition expert, international speaker, and the founder and CEO of Plant Based for Positive Change, where he uses plant-based nutrition, mindfulness practices, and wellness to transform lives. In today's episode, Adam shares his powerful story and leaves you with takeaways you'll be thinking about for weeks.
Plantapalooza Longevity: Food Waste and Meal Planning with Carleigh Bodrug of PlantYou
51:31Did you know that nearly 40% of all food is wasted in America? That comes to 119 billion pounds of food, which equates to nearly 130 billion meals. All wasted. Here's the good news: You can make a difference... and get healthier in the process. How? For insight, we turn to Carleigh Bodrug. If you don't know Carliegh, she's a New York Times bestselling author and founder of the plant-based recipe site, PlantYou. Carleigh has amassed a following of millions of plant-forward eaters by focusing on simple, nutritional recipes. In today's interview with Carleigh, she dives into her "scrappy cooking" philosophy that is good for both you and the planet.
Plantapalooza Longevity: Sustainable Weight Loss Strategies for Long-Term Health with Cyrus Khambatta, PhD
1:10:48This interview is part of the Plantaplaooza Longevity Festival. To get all the interviews and learn more, go to https://lovecomplement.com Calories are usually the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to weight management. But calories don't tell the whole story. Cyrus Khambatta, founder of Mastering Diabetes and Mastering Weight Loss challenges you to think about metabolic health before anything else. Good metabolic health is associated with reduced risks of chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and certain types of cancer, and it plays a crucial role in weight management. In this interview, Cyrus talks about breakthroughs in metabolic health, and how it impacts your lifespan and weight management. Plus, the truth about carbohydrates and his secret to losing weight without even trying.
NMA Chats: Thriving Through Adversity with Kris Carr
1:21:16Few things will upend your world like a cancer diagnosis... especially in your 30s. But for Kris Carr, it was the beginning of a new life. Kris Carr is a wellness activist, New York Times best-selling author, and cancer "thriver." In today's episode Matt Tullman talks to Kris about thriving through adversity, mindset, and how you can reclaim your health.