Plant-based inspiration, guidance, and support for a joyful and vibrant life
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.
Transforming Transportation for a Greener and More Just World
A conversation with policy wonk, energy geek, community organizer, and visionary strategist Pam Frank on the transformative potential of a clean and efficient transportation system.
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Full of awesome content!
This podcast is awesome!! I learn something new and useful everytime I listen.
Super information and inspiring guest interviews! Great for veggie community!
Informative and wide-ranging
PYP is one of my “anchor” plant-based podcasts — I always check out what Howard has posted. The information is wide-ranging but still stays on point with a focus on science-based holistic physical and mental health. Howard’s modest, aw-shucks persona is also a nice counterpoint to some other podcasts with more self-assured hosts. Confidence is great but Howard’s humility ensures that he tries not to be too dogmatic and is always questioning, with open-minded curiosity.