Vegan and vegetarian nutrition, running and training tips, and healthy lifestyle and habit change with well-known guests like Rich Roll, Brendan Brazier, Heather Crosby, Leo Babauta, Rip Esselstyn, Pamela Fergusson, Dan Buettner, make for an entertaining, informative, no-preach listen.
How Plantiful Kiki Found Weight Loss Success with a High-Carb, Plant-Based Diet
Can you lose with and eat a high carbohydrate diet? After struggling to find a weight loss program that worked for her, Plantiful Kiki tried something completely different... and it worked! In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with Kiki about her and her family are thriving with a high-carb, plant-based diet.
How to Tap Into Unexpected Motivation
Ask Matt and Doug how their fitness is going, and they'll say it's better than it has been in a long time. Why? Because they're trying new things. In today's episode, Matt and Doug share updates on their training, what's working, and how you can see better results.
Filmmaker and Comedian Jeffrey Binney on Being Dumb Enough Not to Quit
You have to be smart enough to start, but dumb enough not to quit. That was the advice that motivated Jeffrey Binney, the filmmaker behind the hilarious and inspiring Once is Enough film, to chase his outrageous goal. In today's episode, Jeffrey sits down with Matt and Doug to discuss motivation, failure, and why sometimes the only way to see success is to ignore everything your body and mind are telling you.
How Miyoko Schinner Brought Artisanal Cuisine to Veganism
These days, Miyoko Schinner's plant-based cheese products can be found in just about any grocery store. But of course, it hasn't always been that way. Miyoko's journey started out of a desire to bring color, craft, and creativity to the bland, uninspired vegan cooking of the time. In today's episode, Matt Tullman sits down with Miyoko, who shares her stories, lessons, and vision for the future of veganism.
Dreena Burton and 25 Years of Plant-Based Cooking
What has Dreena Burton learned from 25 years of plant-based cooking? In today's episode, Matt and Doug chat with cookbook author Dreena Burton about how she approaches new recipes, why she tries to avoid plant meats, and what's different about her new book, Dreena's Kind Kitchen.
How to Talk About Your Vegan Diet Without Being Awkward
How do you talk to friends, family, or strangers about your vegan diet without sounding pushy or awkward? In today's episode, Matt and Doug share their long-game approach, and why they believe it works.
I like the subject matter of this podcast. Always very insightful but I do feel that the conversations need a bit more structure.
You don’t have to go full vegan to love this podcast
You don’t have to be 100% plant based to get something out of this podcast. Doug is an amazing host, the guests are always insightful, and the information enriches my running, CrossFit, and overall well-being. No Meat Athlete & Doug have made my training and outlook on nutrition so much better.
Love no meat athlete! Long time listener
I have been listening to this podcast since 2012 or 2011 and it’s my only podcast I listen to! I originally found you guys when maybe two years into me being a vegetarian. Then I found out you were runners as well and knew this was the podcast for me. I was a vegetarian for 5 years and then the last 5, I have been back to being a meat eater but listened to you the whole time through. I recently just became vegetarian again but this time attempting for vegan and just so happy to have you guys still here! I listen to you on my runs and on my way to work in the car.
Funny thing is, I’m actually all caught up with the most recent episodes, but like I said, I can’t find another podcast I like as much as this one, so I actually started from the beginning!! I totally forgot that doug wasn’t even a part of the show right of the bat! Love love what you guys have going and hope this podcast stays on for a long time !!