Plant-based inspiration, guidance, and support for a joyful and vibrant life
How to Change Other People Without Being an A-hole: Glenn Murphy and Howie Jacobson on PYP 453
Do ever have the urge to tell other people what they're doing wrong? How can you help other people change without coming across as an a-hole?
Sparking an Anti-Litter Revolution Through Data: Jeff Kirschner on PYP 452
Litterati is an app and a movement to solve our planet's litter problem through individual empowerment and data-driven policy.
Rediscovering Movement That Brings You Joy: Rafe Kelley on PYP 451
Why are modern humans so unhappy and unhealthy? Today's guest says it's because we've forgotten how to move like humans.
Getting Fit in the "Church Basement" of a Facebook Group: Dan Carraciolo on Plant Yourself 450
Dan Carraciolo has engineered a remarkable self-transformation from unhappy, overweight diabetic to ebullient athlete. On today's show, we talk about how he achieved it - and the obstacles he's had to overcome.
The Science and Practice of Forgiveness: Nathaniel Wade, PhD, on PYP 449
Forgiveness sounds nice, and often feels like the hardest thing in the world. How can we learn to forgive others and ourselves without excusing terrible behavior?
Get Fit Quick: Ed Coyle on PYP 448
What's the most efficient way to exercise for fitness and health? And what's the most effective? Turns out there's a single answer to both questions: 4-second all-out interval repeats.
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Intelligent & compassionate
This is such a thought- provoking podcast. Never fails to deliver edifying ideas and food for the soul. Just listening to Howard who cares enough to communicate with this much passion and honesty makes me feel that it is worth doing the responsible plant-based thing for myself, my loved ones and the planet.
An Essential Podcast
I am quiet a new subscriber and already hooked. Howard leaves you wanting more. A brilliant and informative podcast for everyone who takes their health seriously - and should do!! The best of all my downloads. Keep up the great work mate and on behalf of the vegan community thank you for all the hard work you put into the podcasts - the shows are very much appreciated. Tony London Uk
Wrong, stupid and dangerous
Yet another sarcopenic vegan promoting malnutrition and starvation. Avoid!