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NBSV 037: Competitive cyclist Ian Cramer on helping people get healthier with plant­-based nutrition

Vegan competitive cyclist Ian Cramer

Ian Cramer is a competitive cyclist who rode his bike across America in 2015, all on a plant-based diet. He leads by example and helps those around him through his podcast and public speaking. Ian is passionate about helping people get healthier using plant-based nutrition through evidence and responsible civil discourse.​

Ian has interviewed over 50 experts in plant­ based nutrition for his podcast, spoken publicly at universities, libraries, high schools, community centers, and the Rochester Academy of Medicine.

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Important topics and points you don't want to miss:

>> Why disagreeing with others or listening to others with dissenting opinions is OK

>> Why Ian doesn’t use the term “vegan nutrition” and uses “whole food, plant­-based diet”

>> Whether the definition of the term “vegan” should by default include personal health

>> Promoting veganism in a responsible, compassionate way

>> Health as a journey - what it means to foster a “legacy mindset” about your health

>> How social media can be toxic and counterproductive, and Ian’s suggestions for what we can do to counter its negative aspects, and to create supportive environments for ourselves and others

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