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Can We Change Other People with Howard Jacobson - PTP432

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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Howard Jacobson about changing other people and if that is even possible. It is always a hoot with Howie. This is his fourth appearance on the Plant Trainers Podcast and we always laugh and have fun. For some, change is no laughing matter, and trying to change others is even more serious. I think at the end of the day, our conversation was about the steps you can take to respectfully model and educate the ones we love about a plant-based diet to help them be ready to decide to change on their own. This episode is for anyone who is plant-based and is struggling to have their family members and the ones they love follow suit.  Howie Jacobson, PhD, is a health coach and an executive coach to clients ranging from startup founders to established and rising Fortune 100 leaders. He is director of coaching at Bregman Partners and head coach at the Healthy Minds Initiative. Howie is the author of AdWords For Dummies; coauthor of Sick to Fit and Use the Weight to Lose the Weight, with Josh LaJaunie; contributing author to Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and The Low Carb Fraud, both by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.; and Proteinaholic by Garth Davis, M.D. Howie’s writings have also appeared in Fast Company and Harvard Business Review. He hosts the Plant Yourself Podcast, where he interviews remarkable people engaged in healing at the individual, institutional, and planetary level. In this episode we discuss:  Gratitude practice Finding plant-based Plant-based amnesia  Are we programmed to be lazy? Why people are hesitant to make changes You Can Change Other People: The Four Steps to Help Your Colleagues, Employees, Even Family, Up Their Game Critical vs ally Concentrating on values and goals Making a plan Coaching

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    Daily Routines for Better Health - PTP434

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk about our daily routines for better health. We have always had morning and evening routines and they have changed a lot over the years. We share a bit about what we do, what’s working, what's not and maybe a bit about what else we would like to be doing. Whether you feel like you’ve got your daily routine down pat, or feel like there is room for improvement, you’ll get some great ideas from this show.  Adam Chaim is a graduate of McGill University and eCornell’s Plant-Based Nutrition program. He is a 47 year-old plant-based athlete, wellness advocate, husband, father of two with over 25 years in the health and fitness industry. 10 years ago, after a major wake-up call, Adam adopted a whole foods plant-based lifestyle, which has enabled him to thrive in all aspects of his life. Adam is the co-host of The Plant Trainers Podcast helping people improve their quality of life through nutrition and fitness. Adam has completed several marathons, triathlons, ultra marathons, 10km swim, Ironman Texas & Ironman Louisville. Shoshana Chaim is a Canadian Wellness Expert who works with families to guide them on their holistic journey so they can improve cellular communication and achieve their health and life goals by meeting them where they are. She also teaches her tools to health practitioners and entrepreneurs so together they can make the world a healthier and happier place. She is the founder of Plant Trainers, with an interest in Redox Signalling Technology and Plant-Based Nutrition. Shoshana is the co-host of the popular Plant Trainers Podcast, helping people improve their quality of life through plant-based nutrition. Shoshana is an international speaker and #1 best selling, international author of I Am A Peaceful Goldfish, a picture book that teaches children the importance of mindfulness and taking big breaths in a fun and imaginative way. Her website is shoshanachaim.com. She lives in Toronto with her husband and two children. In this episode we discuss:  Tomorrow starts tonight Sleep routines Meditation  Supplements for us and the kids Breakfasts Movement and exercise Chores Lunches  Our workday Dinners Time together Evening routines Free 20 minute consult
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    Optimizing Fertility Through A Plant-Based Diet with Lisa Simon - PTP433

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Lisa Simon all about optimizing male and female fertility through the use a plant-based diet. But it is more like unpacking some of the preconceived notions around diet and pregnancy and looking at the real answers. What do you need to be eating? Can diet effect male fertility as well as female fertility? What role do saturated fats, carbohydrates, and grains really play? These are things that are hard enough for some to navigate when they are not trying to get pregnant! You’ll get a lot of specifics on what to be eating if you’ve got a baby on the mind or if you are like us and DO NOT want to be more fertile, you’ll still have great ideas on what to make sure you’re getting day to day. Lisa Simon has worked for the NHS since 2014, specializing in gastroenterology in 2016. She left her full-time post in 2019 to focus on her freelance work but continues to run weekly clinics for the NHS. Her special area of interest is optimizing fertility with a plant-based diet, and she is passionate about providing compassionate care, using all the pillars of lifestyle medicine in order to fully benefit her patients. In this episode we discuss:  Waking up  Finding plant-based for fertility  Adding in more plants or taking out animal products Heme iron and plant iron  Omegas  Saturated fat  Ovarian aging  What men need for fertility and what women need  Iron deficiency and anemia  When to become plant-based  Which nutrients and foods are important to eat when looking to become pregnant for men and women Warnings about iodine and kelp  🙅‍♀️ low carb diet  Pregnancy and infant loss Remembrance day
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    Can We Change Other People with Howard Jacobson - PTP432

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Howard Jacobson about changing other people and if that is even possible. It is always a hoot with Howie. This is his fourth appearance on the Plant Trainers Podcast and we always laugh and have fun. For some, change is no laughing matter, and trying to change others is even more serious. I think at the end of the day, our conversation was about the steps you can take to respectfully model and educate the ones we love about a plant-based diet to help them be ready to decide to change on their own. This episode is for anyone who is plant-based and is struggling to have their family members and the ones they love follow suit.  Howie Jacobson, PhD, is a health coach and an executive coach to clients ranging from startup founders to established and rising Fortune 100 leaders. He is director of coaching at Bregman Partners and head coach at the Healthy Minds Initiative. Howie is the author of AdWords For Dummies; coauthor of Sick to Fit and Use the Weight to Lose the Weight, with Josh LaJaunie; contributing author to Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and The Low Carb Fraud, both by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.; and Proteinaholic by Garth Davis, M.D. Howie’s writings have also appeared in Fast Company and Harvard Business Review. He hosts the Plant Yourself Podcast, where he interviews remarkable people engaged in healing at the individual, institutional, and planetary level. In this episode we discuss:  Gratitude practice Finding plant-based Plant-based amnesia  Are we programmed to be lazy? Why people are hesitant to make changes You Can Change Other People: The Four Steps to Help Your Colleagues, Employees, Even Family, Up Their Game Critical vs ally Concentrating on values and goals Making a plan Coaching
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    A Plant-Based Diet For Heart Rehab Patients with Colleen Montgomery - PTP431

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Colleen Montgomery all about a plant-based diet for cardiac rehab patients and the importance of lifestyle on our overall health. Colleen breaks down some cardiology information for us like what cardiac rehab is, who should be getting it, and what lifestyle changes can be made to improve cardiac health. We discuss statins and why you would want to try to avoid them, how to cautiously get to exercising and we also discuss why children and teens need to start making smart decisions for their health now.  Colleen Montgomery is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Certified Plant-Based Health Coach, and owner of Wellness Within LLC. During her 12 years working with heart patients she discovered the powerful medicinal effects of food and other lifestyle choices. Now, her clients improve their heart health in big ways by combining the most effective behavior change techniques with the healthiest habits on the planet. Share this out with any cardiac patient you know.  In this episode we discuss:  Finding plant-based Dr Greger and Esselstyn  Didn’t wait till she was sick  Cardiac rehabilitation Cardiac risk factors and genetics  Preventing cardiac events Reversal  Marking small changes or being predominantly plant-based  Side effects of statins  Don’t stop medications on your own  What to look for to talk to your doctor about reducing meds  Exercise and precautions Tips for teens
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    Vitality Foods with MasterChef Contestant Jennifer Helene - PTP430

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Jennifer Helene Popken about vitality plant-based foods and her stint on MasterChef. Jennifer Helene is a wealth of knowledge and always such a pleasure to connect with. I was excited to have her on the show to share her health and nutrition journey that started at such a young age. We talk a lot about vitality food, live food, unlikely breakfasts, and some Ayurvedic practices. We are certain you’ll come away from this episode with a new habit. Jennifer Helene was also a plant-based contestant on the very meat-heavy show Master Chef. She shares her experience and we know we are getting the full story as her non-disclosure contract is expired! So stay tuned to the end of the show for all the juicy details.  Jennifer Helene, M.S. is an international expert in health. She is immersed in cutting-edge nutrition, fitness, and spiritual thought leadership. She is a serial entrepreneur and builds programs for health coaching, lifestyle change, and mentoring programs; training the trainers. Former FORD model, MasterChef (FOX TV) cast member, mother, seeker of truth, she runs Purposeful Ventures a company that is helping Moms succeed in revitalizing their life, relationships, businesses, and health. In this episode we discuss:  Meditation  Practice  Finding plant-based Leukaemia  Pre-diabetes  Unlikely breakfasts Good food  Vitality food  Making Squash  Living foods  Ayurveda  MasterChef 
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    Creating Eco Friendly Sports Equipment with Troy Akin - PTP429

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    Having A Kind Kitchen with Dreena Burton - PTP428

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    Cool Beans Good For Your Heart with Tyler Mayoras - PTP427

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Tyler Mayoras all about how cool beans are and how they are not only good for your heart but also good for your health and the health of the planet. Today, over 9.7 million Americans eat a plant-based diet. That is up from only 290,000 in 2004. While Tyler sees a bright future for the plant-based movement, the triple threat of climate change, animal welfare concerns, and meat-associated health risks mean this culinary revolution can’t come quickly enough. We cover so many topics from climate change, gas emissions of vegetables, upcycling food, and freezing your own burritos! Tyler Mayoras is giving a glow-up to the world’s most under-appreciated superfood: the bean. A passionate impact investor and entrepreneur, he co-founded Cool Beans with a vision of bringing sustainable, whole-food goodness to the frozen foods aisle. Inspired by his journey to a plant-based diet, he’s making it easier than ever to eat clean, minimally processed food that's good for your body, your soul, and the planet. In this episode we discuss: How he found plant-based Climate change and animal agriculture 60% of the land being used for animals Food waste and gas emissions Upcycled food Losing 25 lbs Carbohydrates are necessary Lectins What we love about beans Freezing your own burritos Cool Beans
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    Successful Meal Systems with Sophia DeSantis - PTP426

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Sophia DeSantis all about successful meal systems and how simple this lifestyle can really be. Plant-based food does not have to be difficult, but without experience or a meal system in place, it can sure feel difficult. We talk all about how to navigate meal time with children, picky eaters, or family members with food preferences as well as a system called component cooking. You will love the meal ideas you get in this episode. Sophia DeSantis is a health coach, meal systems expert and plant-based recipe creator who focuses on helping people feel empowered instead of overwhelmed when it comes to overall health and wellness. Small habits can lead to big changes. Being a teacher for 14 years, and getting her master’s degree in education, helped her understand that each person is unique in how they learn, and there is no one size fits all approach. She is now "retired" from teaching and runs a business full time while navigating life with 3 young boys. In this episode we discuss:  Finding plant-based Pregnancy Meal plan vs meal system Having an off day Picky and preferences Component cooking Success in the kitchen Photography insight Top 3 dinners Snacks lunches
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    Plant Trainers Travel Tips and Back To School - PTP425

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    In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we share our Plant Trainers travel tips and back to school special ways to make your life easier. Some of you are back to traveling so we want to give you the best tips for making your plant-based eating super smooth while you’re out and about. The worst is when you spend more time trying to figure out what to eat than you do sightseeing or relaxing. And we have a major tip for you for organizing yourself with lunches, dinners, what to make and how to reduce your time in the kitchen. We know that is what it is all about so we put together a bundle that is hard to pass up now that we are all back to school. Shoshana is looking to talk to anyone who has been health coaching or has clients who are still not getting all the results they want to discuss a few ways we have helped our clients here and gotten great results so please email us and set up a time to talk. We are super excited for some of our upcoming guests in the next few months, so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a beat! In this episode we discuss:  What we’ve been up to this summer Super sale on now our own Back To School Bundle What to expect from PTP moving forward Shoshana is looking to talk to anyone who has been health coaching or has clients who are still not getting all the results they want to discuss a few ways we have helped our clients here and gotten great results Any guests or topics you’d like us to cover please email us Tips for travelling Call ahead Use social Easy meals to make with just a microwave and a kettle 

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