Be Sexy Eat Plants

Be Sexy Eat Plants

Your Super co-founders Michael and Kristel are on a mission! They are part of a plant-based movement that’s changing the world one person at a time. Join them as they deep-dive with vegan celebrities, athletes, changemakers, thought leaders and industry pioneers. Receiving exclusive insights from these #plantlebrities, will inspire you to live #YOURSUPER life!

Episodes

September 14, 2021 64 min

On today’s episode we have Director, Writer, and Producer of the Heal Documentary, book and summit, Kelly Noonan Gores. We talk about the kind of things we should allow into our bodies and then the role that stress plays in many people’s lives nowadays. Stress is a natural response our body has to deal with dangerous situations, but this state can put people into a vulnerable state where they’re more susceptible to disease and othe...

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Today we have Dr. Brian Clement from the Hippocrates Institute, a holistic healing center where thousands of seekers have retreated and recharged over the last 60+ years. The institute follows the ethos of ancient Greek hippocrates in declaring “I will give no deadly medicine to anyone.” Brian tells about how and why he changed his eating habits from when he was young and obese and the changes he experienced through this shift....

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Today we want to talk about and give some tips on how you can stay Calm during uncertain times. There’s still a lot going on in the world and you can feel stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, or isolated, and we just want to talk about the fact that if you’re feeling these things, you aren’t alone. Here are some of the things we talk about in this episode:
→ meditation practises
→ morning routine
→ healthy food and hydration helps / detox 
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Today we talk to Michael Herschel Greger while he walks on his treadmill, who is an American physician, author, and professional speaker on public health issues, best known for his advocacy of a whole-food, plant-based diet, and his opposition to animal-derived food products. Having been in the health game for an extended period of time, Michael has a lot of wisdom to share with us and we ask him all kinds of questions, such as wha...

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In this episode we have one of the world’s leading chefs and pioneer of plant based cuisine, Matthew Kenney. He has more than 40 plant based restaurants globally and was twice nominated as one of the American’s rising star chefs by the James Beard Foundation and was named one of America’s best new chefs by Food and Wine Magazine. Matthew tells us about when and why he started his plant based journey, and then what led to him creati...

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Today we have with us Toni Okamoto, author of Plant Based On A Budget, to talk about what got her started on the plant journey, what the change was like, and the positive benefits she has experienced. Money was very tight when she went plant based, yet she was still able to create affordable meals that were completely plant based and healthy, so she decided to compile family based recipes, turn them plant based, making sure the ing...

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We have with us pediatrician, coach, author, and speaker, Dr. Yami Cazorla-Lancaster, a passionate promoter of healthy lifestyles and a champion of plant-based nutrition for the prevention of chronic disease. She explains what got her to try being vegan, convert, and then the big changes and benefits she’s experienced as her plant based diet became a part of her life. We also talk about the misconceptions and disadvantages of milk ...

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Today we talk to nutritionist and physiotherapist, Simon Hill, who is the founder of an amazing podcast called Plant Proof and author of The Proof Is in the Plants: How Science Shows a Plant-Based Diet Could Save Your Life (and the Planet). He tells us the story of how he got into having a plant based diet, starting when he was younger and his father had some serious health issues despite the fact that he seemed healthy and fit. We...

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In this episode we meet with producer and writer, Kip Andersen, known for the documentaries Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, What The Health, and Seaspiracy. He tells us about how and why he got started on his plant based journey and into the film industry. Kip has learned a lot of things about the food industry, our health, and how it all affects how we live life or perceive our own well being. One amazing thing he has uncov...

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Today we’re meeting again with our head of nutrition, Sam, and the topic is how to increase your energy levels with a plant based diet, and this is also a special mom edition for all the moms out there. Sam tells us what we should look for when we’re trying to think of things to eat while being plant based, and then we discuss foods you can consume and foods to stay away from to help you sleep better at night. Sam shares with us th...

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In this episode we discuss what you can expect when beginning your detox and how you can avoid the issues you may run into when doing so. On day 1 you might feel really motivated, but also run into some routine things like snacks you’re used to eating and know you shouldn’t. On Day 2 you’ll find it may be the hardest day as you might start feeling the side effects of changing your diet, which can include feeling congested, tired, o...

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Today we have a super special episode because we are answering one of the most common questions we get, which is what is a detox and how does it actually improve your health? We discuss the changes you will experience in the first few days of doing a detox and the benefits to your health that you will feel, including control over your cravings. You shouldn’t do a detox just to lose weight, but mainly to feel better and improve your...

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In this episode we speak with William W. Li, MD, an internationally renowned Harvard-trained medical doctor, researcher, president and a founder of the Angiogenesis Foundation, and author of the New York Times bestseller Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself. We discuss the science of eating healthy and what it can do for us, and we talk about cancer and how modern studies in diet have been shown to ...

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Today on the Be Sexy Eat Plants podcast we have Samantha Frost, a recognized expert in nutritional and herbal medicine, integrated pharmacology, environmental health and community health promotion, and the former global nutrition lead for Adidas runners. Sam had Hashimoto’s disease and was able to heal it through nutrition and controlling her diet, and she tells us the details about her diet and what she has learned through her pla...

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Today it’s just Michael and Kristel and we want to talk to you about plant based eating with tips and tricks and what to expect if you go plant based. We discuss things such as the volume of what you eat will need to increase when you switch because being plant based requires that you eat more to get sufficient nutrients, and then the types of food we eat ourselves and the social, mental, and physical effects we experience when mak...

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In this episode we wanted to talk about what our plant based journey has been, why we went plant based, and how it has actually gone. Kristel tells about what changed her outlook on her diet when she learned that everyone has cancer cells inside their body and sometimes those cancer cells will grow based on how we eat. Michael explains that it was when he started reading up on the CDC website that up to 50% of disease can be preven...

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On This Bonus Episode Of The #BeSexyEatPlants Podcast Michael and Kristel Answer YOUR Questions, Comments And Give A Glimpse Into The Future Of Your Super (And Their Relationship!). They cover everything from product recommendations, the Carb Myth and how to be healthy while staying at home. A Must-Listen For Those New To Your Super, and The Die-Hard Fans Alike.

What Kristel and Michael eat in a day 9:27
Their favorite plant milk 16:...

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Michael and Kristel trade their insights and experience with celebrity wellness coach, Mona Sharma. They discuss the three pillars that have guided Mona's life; food is medicine, movement is therapy and mindfulness as a crucial part of wellness. Mona shares advice on how to apply the ancient Indian system of Ayurveda to a modern lifestyle and shares tips on how you can start to apply these pillars in your life and family. 

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Michael and Kristel speak with author and psychologist Melanie Joy about Speciesism and Carnism. Melanie walks us through how animals of different species are treated differently, and how that doesn't make sense in a holistic world and the psychology involved in what we eat. She has several books; Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows as well as Beyond Beliefs: A Guide to Improving Relationships and Communication for Vegans,...

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In this episode Michael and Kristel talk with legendary Doctor, Dean Ornish, as seen on Ellen, Good Morning America and The Dr. Oz Show. As the author of UnDo It! he joins to discuss the importance of prevention and how living a plant based lifestyle can help reverse the chronic illnesses that plague the world today. In his episode we get to the "root" of the issue, and learn that eating better, moving more, stressing less ...

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