NBSV 027: Jeffrey Cohan, executive director of Jewish Veg, and Maria Czesznak, registered nurse
We’re continuing our interviews with podcast listeners, featuring Jeffrey Cohan, executive director of Jewish Veg, and Maria Czesznak, registered nurse and health coach.
Jeffrey discusses why a vegan lifestyle is imperative for all Jews and Christians, the Dominion verse in the Bible, and how he’s personally benefitted from a vegan lifestyle.
Maria discusses her experience with her family (her partner is a “big meat eater”), how her nurse and doctor colleagues respond to her veganism (spoiler alert: it’s not always positive), and how she incorporates preventative health into her work.
Important topics and points you don't want to miss:
>> Why Jewish Veg states that a vegan lifestyle is imperative for all Jews and Christians.
>> The Dominion verse in the Bible often comes up in discussions about veganism. Jeffrey shares his thoughts on what it really means.
>> How Jeffrey has personally benefited from a vegan lifestyle.
>> Maria's vegan story, and how she went from years of illness to healthy and thriving.
>> How Maria's nurse and doctor colleagues respond to her veganism (it's not always positive!)
>> How Maria manages family life with a "big meat eater" as a partner.
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