We believe that plant-based eating is better for all humans and for our planet yet we recognize how hard it is to transition and maintain. The Jealous Vegan podcast exists to:
1) support, encourage, and cheer for those who want or need to sustainably change their way of eating, lifestyle, mindset, and habits.
2) raise the dialogue about plant-based living from dogma to honest discussion.
3) uphold our body’s unique wisdom as the ultimate authority on what we should eat.
Immunity Now! Activate Your Secret Weapons
Dr. Dae returns to dish on the power that you have to strengthen your immune system as we descend into cold & flu season in a time of COVID. It’s surprisingly easier and more accessible than you might think. Spoiler alert: Taste the rainbow! And find out the secret weapon that you have right now to maximize your immunity.
The Social Media Paradox
What humans designed to unite us has, in some important ways, become an agent of our downfall. The product is YOU and your attention. In this episode, we discuss the Social Dilemma, the Netflix documentary, and our impressions on this arresting docu-drama.
Activate Your Superpowders
Adaptogens - have you heard of them? Would you like support with anxiety and stress? Then adaptogens are your plant friends - natural, herbal, gentle, and deeply supportive. In this episode, Lisa and April dish on our experience with adaptogens and Lisa shares her Deep Slumber tea adaptogen cocktail that is helping her to experience radiant mornings like never before. All of the resources mentioned are in the show notes at thejealousvegan.com.
Who Is The Jealous Vegan Now? Part Deux
It's been 2 years since we created The Jealous Vegan and began the journey of plant-based as a team. In this episode, we check in on our progress and share who we are now - there's a lot that's changed! And there are things that are the same. As always, we share our journey to inspire yours.
Meet the Carrolls: A Family Story
We're excited to introduce you to the Carroll family, members of our podcast audience and personal friends, who share how they navigate the varying needs and proclivities of each member of the family. Bonus: listen in to learn how mom, Debbie, @abrandnewfree1, teaches her son, Davin, how to cook healthy meals in preparation for the new school year - COVID-19 style.
Talk Sweet To Me: A Conversation About Sugar
According to one statistic, in developed countries, the average person consumes 73 pounds of sugar in a year. Just try to visualize 73 pounds of sugar! But, is that a bad thing? The science indicates that yes, too much sugar is bad - if we're not careful. We share the science behind the argument and what a plant-based eater can do to make better choices.