Episode #10: Going vegan: Would you? Could you? Should you?

Join host Elisa Camahort Page as she speaks with Tracye McQuirter and Jasmin Singer, exploring why eating vegan is better for your health and the planet. If you’re interested in going vegan, do you cold quit your current way of eating in favor of a purely plant-based diet? Or, slowly transition?

Tracye McQuirter

Jasmin Singer

Starts at 00:36:55: Interview with Tracye McQuirter, a vegan trailblazer of thirty years, national best-selling author, public health nutritionist, speaker and creator of the blog, byanygreensnecessary.com

Starts at approx. 17:18:93: Interview with Jasmin Singer, the co-host of the weekly podcast, "Our Hen House" and co-founder of the non-profit by the same name. She’s also a regular public speaker on veganism and author of the book, “Always Too Much, and Never Enough"

Mentioned in the show:
Dick Gregory: http://dickgregory.com/

Carol J. Adams and her book, “The Sexual Politics of Meat” http://caroljadams.com/spom-the-book/

Bryant Terry: http://www.bryant-terry.com/

Erik Marcus and his book: Meat Market

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