Podcast #33: How Overfishing Impacts Humanity & The Risks of Eating Fish

February 27, 2018

Overfishing has been created by advanced fishing technology and an increased global demand for fish. This has caused several marine species to become extinct or endangered. Overfishing facts are alarming Americans alone, increased their seafood consumption to 15.5 pounds of fish and shellfish per person in 2015. Up nearly a pound from the previous year,…

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Podcast #20: The Frightening Facts About Dairy Milk

June 7, 2017

It’s not always popular to speak negatively about commonly consumed and highly touted foods like dairy milk from cows. But I felt personally bamboozled when I read all the research and discovered the negative effects of drinking dairy on my health, not to mention the planet and the exploitation of the animals who provide the milk.…

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Podcast #7 – Is Your Dinner A Threat To The Environment?

March 30, 2016

Podcast 7 – Is Your Dinner A Threat To The Environment Show Notes Today’s podcast is about the impact of food production and the environment.  Most people don’t understand the connection between what we eat and climate change. But how we feel about climate change and the environment in the future is important right now.…

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A World Without Fish & Vegan Chicken in Coconut Buns

April 22, 2014

  Last week I was very honored to have an article published in T. Colin Campbell’s Center for Nutrition Studies.  Since today is Earth Day, I am sharing that article about the environment and how we can help to protect it. A World Without Fish: The Link Between Personal Action and The Environment Last year…

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