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PlantPure Radio

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Lee Fulkerson, of PlantPure Nation, interviews experts in plant-based nutrition and people with inspiring stories about the impact of a whole food, plant-based lifestyle.

Latest Episodes

Featuring Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson (Rebroadcast)

Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Lee Fulkesondiscussthe role played by academia in the production of ‘science’ that’s biased towards the food and drug industry. Dr. Campbell sharesa personal experience he had with this kind of bias when he served on a panel of scientists in the early 1980s called the Diet, Nutrition and Cancer Committee. He detailsthe changes he’s seen at Cornell University that have resulted from an influx of money from the food industry, particularly the dairy industry, and also speaksabout his concerns for the future of academic freedom.Dr. T. Colin Campbellhas been at the forefront of nutrition research for over 40 years. His legacy, The China Project, is the most comprehensive study of health and nutrition ever conducted. He is a professor Emeritus at Cornell University and also co-authored the bestselling bookThe China Studywith his son, Thomas Campbell, MD.

47 MIN2016 AUG 19
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Featuring Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson (Rebroadcast)

Featuring Amy Johnson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Amy Johnson and Leediscussher health problems and how they were alleviated by her adoption of a plant-based diet. They also discussthe foundation of Amy’s PlantPure Nation Pod, website, and Facebook page, as well ashow rapidly they’ve grown. Amy also sharesthe personal satisfaction she gets from working with individuals as a food coach, how her dietary change has had a positive impact on her extended family, and her belief that the message of plant-based nutrition is spreading in America in a way that can’t be rolled back.Amy Johnson is a PlantPure Pod leader in Frisco, Texas. Just a few years ago, she was obese and suffered from a serious health condition. She has now shed 50 pounds and is off all her medications. In addition to her pod, Amy has her own Facebook page called “Mrs. Plantintexas” with close to 3000 followersand a website that’s amassed over 140,000 hits from all over the world.

62 MIN2016 AUG 17
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Featuring Amy Johnson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Dr. Mike Nelson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Dr. Mike Nelson and Lee discusshow his personal plant-based journey began and how significantly his health and that of his family improved as a result. Dr. Nelson revealshow and why he began incorporating the message of plant-based nutrition into his dental practice and how his patients reacted. He also shareshow and why he formed his PlantPure Pod, what its activities are, and his hopes and expectations for its future growth, as well as for the future acceptance of plant-based nutrition in America as a whole.Mike Nelson is a dentist with 35 years of experience. During that time, he’s broadened his health message to embrace a wide range of subjects, including plant-based nutrition. This message has helped transform his own health, as well as that of his patients and family. He has received notable awards for his activities and is currently a PlantPure Pod leader in Redding, California.

48 MIN2016 AUG 12
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Featuring Dr. Mike Nelson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Dr. Jonathan Balcombe: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Dr. JonathanBalcombe and Lee discussthe role of an ethologist in studying animal behavior, how he came to be interested in the subject, and his work examining the thought processes of several different animal species. Dr. Balcombe revealsthe scientific evidence demonstrating that animals that we have believed for millennia are of a ‘lower order’ actually have rich inner lives that in many ways are not much different from those of human beings. These species include fish, which are the subject of Dr. Balcombe’s latest book, What a Fish Knows.Jonathan Balcombe is an ethologist and author. He currently serves as Director of Animal Sentience with the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policyand Department Chair for Animal Studies with Humane Society University, in Washington, DC. He lectures internationally on animal behavior and human-animal relations.

51 MIN2016 AUG 10
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Featuring Dr. Jonathan Balcombe: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Sharon McRae: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Sharon McRae and Lee discuss the devastating prevalence of cancer in her extended family and how that made her fearful of the disease, which launched her on a life-long quest to avoid the same fate. This eventually led her into a career in applied microbiology, but she changed her focus completely after having a family. She never ended her quest for better health, however, which ultimately led her to adopt a plant-based diet. After seeing the film Forks Over Knives in 2011 she started a monthly Meetup group which now has over 800 members. Her present focus is sharing her message as an individual Health Coach and a Food for Life instructor with the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. Sharon McRae is a Food for Life instructor for the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. In this role, she conducts nutrition and cooking classes to teach disease prevention through a low fat plant-based diet. As a Health Coach, she also works with individual clients to help them ...

50 MIN2016 AUG 5
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Featuring Sharon McRae: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson
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Latest Episodes

Featuring Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson (Rebroadcast)

Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Lee Fulkesondiscussthe role played by academia in the production of ‘science’ that’s biased towards the food and drug industry. Dr. Campbell sharesa personal experience he had with this kind of bias when he served on a panel of scientists in the early 1980s called the Diet, Nutrition and Cancer Committee. He detailsthe changes he’s seen at Cornell University that have resulted from an influx of money from the food industry, particularly the dairy industry, and also speaksabout his concerns for the future of academic freedom.Dr. T. Colin Campbellhas been at the forefront of nutrition research for over 40 years. His legacy, The China Project, is the most comprehensive study of health and nutrition ever conducted. He is a professor Emeritus at Cornell University and also co-authored the bestselling bookThe China Studywith his son, Thomas Campbell, MD.

47 MIN2016 AUG 19
Comments
Featuring Dr. T. Colin Campbell: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson (Rebroadcast)

Featuring Amy Johnson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Amy Johnson and Leediscussher health problems and how they were alleviated by her adoption of a plant-based diet. They also discussthe foundation of Amy’s PlantPure Nation Pod, website, and Facebook page, as well ashow rapidly they’ve grown. Amy also sharesthe personal satisfaction she gets from working with individuals as a food coach, how her dietary change has had a positive impact on her extended family, and her belief that the message of plant-based nutrition is spreading in America in a way that can’t be rolled back.Amy Johnson is a PlantPure Pod leader in Frisco, Texas. Just a few years ago, she was obese and suffered from a serious health condition. She has now shed 50 pounds and is off all her medications. In addition to her pod, Amy has her own Facebook page called “Mrs. Plantintexas” with close to 3000 followersand a website that’s amassed over 140,000 hits from all over the world.

62 MIN2016 AUG 17
Comments
Featuring Amy Johnson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Dr. Mike Nelson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Dr. Mike Nelson and Lee discusshow his personal plant-based journey began and how significantly his health and that of his family improved as a result. Dr. Nelson revealshow and why he began incorporating the message of plant-based nutrition into his dental practice and how his patients reacted. He also shareshow and why he formed his PlantPure Pod, what its activities are, and his hopes and expectations for its future growth, as well as for the future acceptance of plant-based nutrition in America as a whole.Mike Nelson is a dentist with 35 years of experience. During that time, he’s broadened his health message to embrace a wide range of subjects, including plant-based nutrition. This message has helped transform his own health, as well as that of his patients and family. He has received notable awards for his activities and is currently a PlantPure Pod leader in Redding, California.

48 MIN2016 AUG 12
Comments
Featuring Dr. Mike Nelson: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Dr. Jonathan Balcombe: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Dr. JonathanBalcombe and Lee discussthe role of an ethologist in studying animal behavior, how he came to be interested in the subject, and his work examining the thought processes of several different animal species. Dr. Balcombe revealsthe scientific evidence demonstrating that animals that we have believed for millennia are of a ‘lower order’ actually have rich inner lives that in many ways are not much different from those of human beings. These species include fish, which are the subject of Dr. Balcombe’s latest book, What a Fish Knows.Jonathan Balcombe is an ethologist and author. He currently serves as Director of Animal Sentience with the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policyand Department Chair for Animal Studies with Humane Society University, in Washington, DC. He lectures internationally on animal behavior and human-animal relations.

51 MIN2016 AUG 10
Comments
Featuring Dr. Jonathan Balcombe: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Featuring Sharon McRae: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson

Sharon McRae and Lee discuss the devastating prevalence of cancer in her extended family and how that made her fearful of the disease, which launched her on a life-long quest to avoid the same fate. This eventually led her into a career in applied microbiology, but she changed her focus completely after having a family. She never ended her quest for better health, however, which ultimately led her to adopt a plant-based diet. After seeing the film Forks Over Knives in 2011 she started a monthly Meetup group which now has over 800 members. Her present focus is sharing her message as an individual Health Coach and a Food for Life instructor with the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. Sharon McRae is a Food for Life instructor for the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. In this role, she conducts nutrition and cooking classes to teach disease prevention through a low fat plant-based diet. As a Health Coach, she also works with individual clients to help them ...

50 MIN2016 AUG 5
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Featuring Sharon McRae: Conversations with Lee Fulkerson
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