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An interview with Captain Paul Watson on his book, Death of a Whale, with Jennifer Peterson, host of the  And Justice For Animals podcast.

Skye talks to us about his journey to becoming vegan and shares how he became a vegan chef. We’ll also talk about his book, Crafting Seitan, which can help you break away from commercial mock meat products and learn to make your own delicious versions, complete with all the trimmings!

Episode 45:

Half a Century in Service to People and Planet-Albert Bates in Conversation with Daniel Wahl

Dr. Susanne sits down with Jyothi Rao, MD, coauthor of Body on Fire: How Inflammation Triggers Chronic Disease. In this jam-packed episode, they discuss learning how to assess our own energy, lifestyle, diet, and mental state, as well as discover unique physical and emotional triggers, which are often precursors to illness.  

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY

Host Marc Bekoff Ph.D. interviews Captain Paul Watson and Tiffany Humphrey about their book Orcapdedia: A Guide to the Victims of the International Orca Slave Trade. 

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

Article by the National Institutes of Health. Perhaps you have learned that you have a high chance of developing type 2 diabetes, the most common type of diabetes. You might be overweight or have a parent, brother, or sister with type 2 diabetes. Maybe you had gestational diabetes, which is diabetes that develops during pregnancy.

My Stomach’s on Fire and I Can’t Put It Out

Most of us call this common complaint indigestion, but doctors call it dyspepsia.  Indigestion is an old English word that means, “lack of adequate digestion.” Dyspepsia means impaired gastric or digestive function.  But what we are trying to communicate is “suffering from discomfort, burning, or pain in our upper central abdominal area.”  We explain our feelings by saying we have an upset stomach, heartburn, acid indigestion, and acid regurgitation.

Obesity Linked to 11 Forms of Cancer

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Article by PCRM. Obesity increases the risk of developing or dying from several forms of cancer, according to a literature review published in BMJ. Researchers reviewed more than 200 meta-analyses focused on links between cancer indices and mortality. An increased BMI showed strong links to developing cancers such as colorectal, esophageal, pancreatic, and others by as much as 56 percent.

Diet: Only Hope for Arthritis

Dr. John McDougall, MD.

Article by Dr John McDougall, MD. Diseases of the muscles and bones are among the most common of all human afflictions, affecting all ages, but becoming more prevalent with years. Government surveys indicate in the United States approximately 33% of adults currently suffer from troublesome arthritis with symptoms of swelling, limitation of motion, or pain.

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