NBSV 035: Plant-powered personal trainer Paul Landini on vegan myths that just won't die
Updated: Jan 9
I’m excited to introduce our awesome guest for episode 35: Paul Landini. He’s a plant-powered personal trainer based out of Toronto, Canada. He specializes in helping adult fitness novices become masters of the gym. In 2016 he was offered a bi-weekly fitness column in the Globe & Mail, Canada's national newspaper.
He’s a proud supporter of Animal Justice, a law firm dedicated to fighting for animal rights in Canada, as well as the International Anti-Poaching Foundation.
Important topics and points you don't want to miss:
>> Paul's vegan story and the film that inspired him.
>> A general discussion of all things vegan: cookbooks we love, thoughts on the vegan movement, and more.
>> The myth that vegans are preachy, judgemental pricks who think they're better than everyone else.
>> The myth that soy products have feminizing hormones that will turn men into little girls.
>> The myth that plant proteins are inferior to proteins from animal sources, and how Paul educates his clients on this issue.
Connect with Paul:
Calories and macros on a vegan diet: A free e-book for you!
Download Karina's free 32-page ebook that shows you how to track your food, calculate calories, and set macro goals on a vegan diet. You’ll even get step-by-step instructions – complete with a printable grocery list – for how to prep a week’s worth of delicious Buddha bowls in 60 minutes or less.
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