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.
Connect with Jeffrey and Jewish Veg:
>> Jewish Veg - main website
>> The Vegan Pledge
>> Jewish Veg on Facebook
>> Jewish Veg on Instagram
>> Jewish Veg on Twitter
Connect with Maria:
>> Maria's main website
>> Maria on Facebook
Bonus episode on vaccines:
>> An unvaccinated child is an at-risk child. Here's why. (Vaccine myths debunked.)
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