This week in: Vegan Podcasts

This week in Vegan Podcasts, we are diving into some of the amazing podcasts that have dropped over the last week. Podcasts are such a great way to keep up to date with new products, innovations, and people of the vegan/plant-based movement. We would also love to hear your suggestions on great podcasts, so if there are any we have missed, be sure to leave a note in the comments section below or email us at hey@letsgovegan.com.au

 

Vegan Startup Podcast by Bite Society

The Vegan Startup podcast features unfiltered chats with founders from around the world, sharing the exciting experience of getting a new project going and growing.

From early struggles, rejections, breakthroughs and navigating monumental decisions, we’re going deep into the minds of a tribe who are changing the world for the better.

The podcast is an initiative by Bite Society, a zero-profit vegan activism project with a goal to make vegan products more accessible and help founders with their own projects. We also have update episodes about our own startup making ethical vegan chocs (we started it as a transparent case study to help others)

This weeks episode

https://bitesociety.com/blogs/news/manufacturing-makeover-rebellyous-foods

A little about the episode:

Even while working as an aerospace engineer, Christie Lagally always cared for animals. Every morning on her drive to Boeing, she would come face to face with chickens headed for slaughter, and each time she would ask herself why the plant-based movement wasn’t getting closer to success. After conducting research of her own, she realised the problem at hand: we were unable to scale and make plant-based meat affordable, because we had been using the wrong manufacturing technology to make it. Deciding to be the change she wished to see in the world, she founded Rebellyous Foods, a startup focussed on giving manufacturing a makeover in a way that would allow us to overcome this obstacle and make the production of plant-based meat cheaper for all. In this episode Christie shares more about the technology she is pioneering, as well as the inefficiencies with our current production processes.

 

The Disclosure Podcast by Earthling Ed

Join vegan educator, TEDx speaker and content creator Ed Winters as he explores topics surrounding veganism, morality, ethics, communication, and the environment, as well as discussing current events. Winters has spoken at over 1/3 of UK universities and at 6 Ivy league colleges, including as a guest lecturer at Harvard University in April 2019. He has given speeches across the world, including at the University of Cambridge, EPFL, Google NYC and Google Zürich. In early 2019 he gave two TEDx talks, reaching a total of 1.4 million views online. His speech “You Will Never Look at Your Life in the Same Way Again” has almost 35 million accumulative views online and has been given to thousands of students across UK universities.

Latest Episode

Note: This was from late July 2020 as this was Ed’s most recent podcast.

 

The PBN Podcast

Hosted by Robbie Lockie, Plant Based News delivers pioneering vegan news and ethical views weekly.

This Episode

Prominent LGBTQ+ advocate Barrett Pall is the latest to feature on the Plant Based News Podcast. The life coach and vegan advocate sits down with PBN’s co-founder Robbie Lockie to discuss his vegan journey, being part of the LGBQ+ community and navigating life in a world obsessed with social media.

This podcast covers subjects including:

1.45: Discovering the vegan lifestyle

3.50: Growing up in Long Island

5.47: Religion, spirituality, and veganism

11.00: Barrett’s relationship with food growing up

15.05: Junk food culture in America

22.40: Competitive sports

28.17: How has social media changed society?

36.43: ‘The Great Hack’

44.35: Being part of the LGBTQ+ community and the root of homophobia

1.02.56: Stranded on a desert island

 

The Exam Room by Physicians Committee

In this episode

Fiber is one of the most important nutrients in your diet. In fact, it may even help save your life.

“The Gut Health MD,” Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, shares five facts about fiber that everyone should know when he joins “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room™. He details how fiber can help you live longer and help improve gut health. Additionally, the “Fiber Fueled” author explains the different forms of the important nutrient found in plants and compares soluble and insoluble fiber head-to-head to show how each can impact your health.

Plus, Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Jim Loomis return to answer your questions as Chuck opens The Doctor’s Mailbag!

Fiber is one of the most important nutrients in your diet. In fact, it may even help save your life.

“The Gut Health MD,” Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, shares five facts about fiber that everyone should know when he joins “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room™. He details how fiber can help you live longer and help improve gut health. Additionally, the “Fiber Fueled” author explains the different forms of the important nutrient found in plants and compares soluble and insoluble fiber head-to-head to show how each can impact your health.

Plus, Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Jim Loomis return to answer your questions as Chuck opens The Doctor’s Mailbag!

Vegan Body Coach Podcast

The Vegan Body Coach Podcast is all about optimising your strength, fitness and physique through a plant focused diet. Hosted by Jaxon Burton who is a nutrition and training coach for Vegans the plant centric and plant curious. In the podcast he sits down with athletes, experts and influencers around the world to inspire you to create your best vegan body yet.

Anastasia Zinchenko PhD on Vegan Fat Loss, Macros and Metabolism Myths

In this episode

Anastasia (@sciencestrength on Instagram) is an international level powerlifter, bodybuilder and badass scientist with a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Cambridge, researcher in the field of sports nutrition and exercise science, passionate coach and creator of the TLV protein bakery.

Whats in the episode?

  • Anastasia’s back ground in academia, research and how lifting weights lead to a complete change of fields
  • Settling in Tel Aviv, Israel and launching her vegan high protein bakery
  • Anastasia’s current training protocols for maximal strength
  • Setting up macros for fat loss – what macros are really important?
  • High protein recipes to make fat loss easier
  • Metabolism misconceptions – is there really such a thing as metabolic damage?
  • The truth on chemicals and artificial sweetener.
  • Anastasia’s goals for the future

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Animal Matters Podcast

Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE’s fortnightly podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.

Latest Episode: Slow progress with fisheries and live export, and ditching dairy with Kylie Dale

About the episode:

The roll out of cameras on fishing vessels is finally seeing some progress, but a journalism student’s chance encounter with a fisherman in Lyttelton suggests those cameras can’t come soon enough. And the temporary ban on livestock exports is planned to become a conditional ban next month. With farmer sentiment at a low point, will the Government take the easy road out of the live export issue?

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The Plant Proof Podcast

Plant Proof™ was inspired by Simon’s personal experience living a plant-based lifestyle. Prior to transitioning from animal foods to a plant-based diet he shared many common fears among men, and many women, in this position: “Am I going to lose muscle?”,“Will I gain fat and feel bloated?”, “What about my iron?”, “Will I get enough protein?”. By undertaking a Masters in Nutrition, pouring over countless research articles and books, talking to others that are happily leading a plant-based lifestyle, and recording countless hours of podcasts, Simon has been able to answer all of those questions and more.

In this episode

In Episode 110 Simon Hill chats with Drew Harrisberg to talk about his book and how we should be using science to make public health recommendations as well as answering a bunch of questions sent in from the community.

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Final thoughts

 

What’s great to know is that this list is just the tip of the iceburg in terms of the incredible knowdlege that is out there in the podcast world. These were a few that we discovered this week, but we would love to hear from you as to the podcasts you are listeing too and loving.

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LGV!

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