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Do you want to live a healthier and more robust life? The key to living a full, healthy, and joyous life lies within the foods we eat—and our relationship to them. Because health isn’t accurately measured by the circumference of your waist or how much you can bench press- true vitality is measured by how you feel, not just physically but deep within.

Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch alongside Baywatch actress and certified health coach, Alexandra Paul, take listeners of all ages on a journey to optimal health and stamina through plant based eating.

Dotsie and Alexandra, who both fought back from severe food addictions in their twenties, interview expert nutritionists, pro athletes, innovative thought leaders, physicians and plant-based celebrities. Through their stories, you’ll learn how to optimize your health and pave a path for a more meaningful life.

So get inspired and join the Switch4Good revolution.

Switch4Good Dotsie Bausch and Alexandra Paul

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Do you want to live a healthier and more robust life? The key to living a full, healthy, and joyous life lies within the foods we eat—and our relationship to them. Because health isn’t accurately measured by the circumference of your waist or how much you can bench press- true vitality is measured by how you feel, not just physically but deep within.

Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch alongside Baywatch actress and certified health coach, Alexandra Paul, take listeners of all ages on a journey to optimal health and stamina through plant based eating.

Dotsie and Alexandra, who both fought back from severe food addictions in their twenties, interview expert nutritionists, pro athletes, innovative thought leaders, physicians and plant-based celebrities. Through their stories, you’ll learn how to optimize your health and pave a path for a more meaningful life.

So get inspired and join the Switch4Good revolution.

    58 - Listening to Your Gut With Jason Wrobel

    58 - Listening to Your Gut With Jason Wrobel

    In the past several decades, talking about veganism has often been met with discomfort, assumptions, and suspicion.
     
    Or, like in the case of today’s guest, it was met with jokes that you might be in a cult.
     
    The world is continuing to progress and plant-based diets are becoming more and more popular, but there still isn’t enough focus on the big picture of health.
     
    In this episode, Dotsie and Alexandra are joined by Jason Wrobel, an author, chef, and podcast host who focuses on holistic mental health and emotional wellness.
     
    Dotsie got to know Jason at the Remedy Retreat, a weekend of education and inspiration for people who are struggling to take control of their health where Dotsie and Jason both had the opportunity to speak.
     
    Tune in and get to know more about Jason, his journey as a chef who had his own TV show, and how he won his battle over depression.
     
    What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - The exciting thing Jason is working on with the Switch4Good team
     
    - How Jason’s mom helped him make the switch and why we need to get back to cherishing the bonding experience of food
     
    - How Jason gradually eliminated animal products from his diet and the role Dr. Neal Barnard’s research played in his journey
     
    - What led Jason to become a plant-based chef
     
    - His battle with depression and suicide and how he was able to overcome it
     
    - Why you need to watch out for foods that cause inflammation
     
    - Jason’s advice for people who are feeling depressed or suicidal
     
    - Follow Jason Wrobel on Facebook at @JasonWrobelOfficial, on Instagram at @jasonwrobel, on Twitter at @jasonwrobel. Check out his website at https://jasonwrobel.com and his new brand at https://www.wellevatr.com/.
     
    - To support our mission to educate, inspire, and embolden the world to lean into eating pants instead of baby cow growth food, donate today to spread the word.
     
    Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org
     

    • 59 分鐘
    57 - Save Your Life With A Vegan Diet With Dr. Joel Kahn

    57 - Save Your Life With A Vegan Diet With Dr. Joel Kahn

    Cardiovascular disease is the global leading cause of death and was responsible for more than 15 million fatalities in 2016. 
     
    What would you do to prevent yourself and your loved ones from becoming part of that statistic?
     
    Today’s guest, Dr. Joel Kahn, says it’s as simple as plant-based nutrition.
     
    Dr. Kahn is one of the world’s top cardiologists, a restaurateur, and is known as America’s healthy heart doc. He’s committed to making the world healthier through the preventative and healing power of plants.
     
    He joins Dotsie and Alexandra to discuss the different factors that can lead to cardiovascular disease and the solutions to prevent or reverse early symptoms. 
     
    Tune in to hear what this vegan doctor has learned in his almost 40 years of practice, his advice for protecting yourself against fatal disease, and his tips for living a healthier lifestyle. 
     
    What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - What disrupts hormone patterns and influences our health?
     
    - How Dr. Dean Ornish’s paper on getting rid of plaque through exercise and a plant-based diet has affected the views of the medical community
     
    - The effects of inflammation and its connection to CVD, as studied and explained by Rudolph Virchow
     
    - Why you need to include high sensitivity C-reactive protein in your routine blood work
     
    - Sugar and Type II Diabetes: Why was Dr. Neal Barnard criticized for his statements in What the Health?
     
    - Dr. Kahn’s diet advice, including using Chronometers and resources from Chef AJ and Dr. Susan Pierce Thompson
     
    - Resources to live a healthier lifestyle, including Dr. Michael Greger’s book How Not to Die and his talk at Plant-Based Nutrition Support Group
     
    - Follow Dr. Joel Kahn on Facebook at @drjoelkahn, on Instagram at @drjkahn, on Twitter at @drjkahn, and on his website at https://www.drjoelkahn.com/. 
     
    - To support our mission to educate, inspire, and embolden the world to lean into eating pants instead of baby cow growth food, donate today to spread the word.
     
    Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org

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    56 - The Future of the Stock Market with Claire Smith

    56 - The Future of the Stock Market with Claire Smith

    Investing your money can be a scary and confusing process. 
     
    Where should you invest? What type of investments should you make? How can you be sure that your investments don’t contribute to unethical practices?
     
    Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are growing in popularity due to their ease of trading while maintaining diversification benefits. And more ETFs are starting to focus on social good along with financial returns. 
     
    A new ETF, VEGN, aspires to tackle the concerns of vegans, animal rights activists, and environmentalists by steering clear of investing in companies that participate in animal abuse, destruction of the environment, and climate change.
     
    Today’s guest, Claire Smith, is part of the team that launched VEGN.
     
    She talks with Dotsie and Alexandra about how she’s using her financial and investment experience to grow the first vegan index on the market.
     
    They discuss what an ETF is, how VEGN differs from the S&P 500, and how you can invest responsibly.  
     
    Tune in to hear how Claire is putting her money where her mouth is and how she’s making trading more ethical.
     
    What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - Five easy steps to switch to a plant-based diet
     
    - Claire discusses what the US Vegan Climate ETF is all about
     
    - How well do responsible portfolios perform?
     
    - How the screening process works and what they do with the information
     
    - The development of the index through a quantitative analysis
     
    - What was Claire’s inspiration in creating the company?
     
    - Check out the advisor site at www.beyondinvesting.com and learn more about VEGN at www.veganetf.com.
     
    - To support our mission to educate, inspire, and embolden the world to lean into eating pants instead of baby cow growth food, donate today to spread the word.
      Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org

    • 43 分鐘
    55 - From On the Ice to Behind the Mic with Georges Laraque

    55 - From On the Ice to Behind the Mic with Georges Laraque

    Ice hockey is often stereotyped as a white man’s sport. In fact, USA Today claims that the National Hockey League is made up of only 3% non-white players.
     
    But today’s guest helped pave the way to increase that percentage and get more men of color on the ice.
     
    Georges Laraque is a retired professional hockey player, Canadian sports commentator, author, and animal rights activist.
     
    In his 13 years in the NHL, Georges played 695 games, including 57 in the playoffs and two fighting for the Stanley Cup.
     
    Since making the switch in 2009, Georges has steadily contributed to the vegetarian and environmental movements in Montreal.  
     
    In this episode, Alexandra and Dotsie speak with Georges about his journey to becoming one of the few men of color to play in the NHL and how shifting to a plant-based diet affected his life and understanding of justice.
     
    Tune in to hear more about Georges growing influence in the vegan, sports, and political communities.
     
    What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - What it was like for Georges growing up as a man of color who wanted to play hockey in Montreal
     
    - Georges’s inspiration for pursuing a career in hockey
     
    - How the documentary Earthlings encouraged Georges to shift to a plant-based diet
     
    - How injustice toward animals is similar to other social inequalities
     
    - Georges’s effect on the NHL community and the plant-based industry as a whole after becoming vegan
     
    - How Georges is breaking down stereotypes of veganism through public speaking
     
    - Follow George Laraque on Facebook at @bgl27, on Instagram at @georges_laraque, and on Twitter at @GeorgesLaraque. Check out his videos on YouTube at @douly27 and listen to his daily radio show at 919sport.ca/animateur/glaraque. Read more about his story on his website, GeorgesLaraque.com.
     
    - To support our mission to educate, inspire, and embolden the world to lean into eating pants instead of baby cow growth food, donate today to spread the word.
     
    Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org
     

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    FLASHBACK FRIDAY - Dr. Neal Barnard On Disease, Diets, and Preventative Medicine

    FLASHBACK FRIDAY - Dr. Neal Barnard On Disease, Diets, and Preventative Medicine

    How would our health outcomes change if we were proactive in treating illness and disease?
     
    Is changing your diet an effective way to reverse chronic conditions?
     
    Dr. Neal Barnard is a physician, clinical researcher, and advocate for preventative medicine.
     
    As the founder of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and author of more than twenty books, Dr. Barnard is a leading voice in the plant-based movement.
     
    When he isn’t lobbying for more sustainable practices in medicine, or being featured in popular documentaries like Supersize Me and Forks Over Knives, you might find him performing music with CarbonWorks.
     
    In this episode, he joins us to discuss the science behind diabetes, how the Barnard Medical Center helps patients go plant-based, and diet’s role in the prevention and reversal of poor health conditions.
      What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - How medical school, political movements, and rebellion influenced Dr. Barnard’s worldview
     
    - How addictive food and the power of culture keeps people resistant to dietary change
     
    - The process the Barnard Medical Center goes through to educate patients and encourage them to try a plant-based diet as part of their treatment
     
    - What is really causing diabetes? Dr. Barnard busts myths about sugar, fats, and symptoms vs. the cause of disease
     
    - The surprising connection between diabetes and dopamine activity
     
    - The Cheese Trap and the dangers of dairy: Why casomorphin is in dairy, and why cheese is addicting
     
    - The connection between diet and Alzheimer’s Disease
     
    - Do you need DHA? Is fish oil your only option to get it?
     
    - Dr. Barnard’s role in the McLibel trial
     
    - Follow Dr. Neal Barnard on Twitter at @DrNealBarnard, on Facebook at Neal Barnard, M.D., and on his blog at the PCRM website.
     
    Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org

    • 59 分鐘
    54 - How a Plant-Based Diet Changed Her Life with Emilie Tan

    54 - How a Plant-Based Diet Changed Her Life with Emilie Tan

    How can athletes combat debilitating digestive disorders that are keeping them from performing at their peak?

    Today’s guest is Emilie Tan, speed skater turned endurance ultrarunner and meat-eating IBS sufferer turned plant-based healthy mom. 


    Like most of us, Emilie ate animal products for most of her life until health conditions starting catching up to her. 

    Within three months of making the switch, she channeled her newly gained energy into running the 2014 Melbourne Marathon. 


    In this episode, Emilie sits down with Alexandra and Dotsie to share the major transformation she’s made in her sporting journey, parenthood, and health.


    Tune in to hear how eating dairy affects your digestive system, the benefits of intuitive eating, and advice for raising plant-based children. 
     
    What we discuss in this episode:
     
    - Why Emilie turned to a plant-based diet to stop her IBS
     
    - What happens to your digestive system when you consume dairy
     
    - How Emilie is raising her daughter to be vegan through baby-led weaning
     
    - What Emilie’s doing to ensure her daughter gets all of her nutrients on a plant-based diet
     
    - Emilie’s tips for mothers who are still breastfeeding their babies
     
    - Follow Emilie Tan on Instagram at @emilieendurancerunner. Check out her website at www.emilieendurancerunner.com.
     
    - To support our mission to educate, inspire, and embolden the world to lean into eating pants instead of baby cow growth food, donate today to spread the word.
      Connect with Switch4Good  
    - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2toqAmlQpwR1HDF_KKfGg
     
    - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/
     
    - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/switch4good/
     
    - Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwitchForGood
     
    - Website: switch4good.org

    • 46 分鐘

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