Main Street Vegan
Summary: Main Street Vegan is a lively hour devoted to your health, well-being, and ways to live lightly and lovingly on planet Earth. Host Victoria Moran will entertain you each week with the latest on the vegan life-it's not just for celebrities and moguls, but for the guy and gal on Main Street who want to look and feel amazing, eat extraordinary food, help animals, and create a physical body perfectly attuned to spiritual growth. Their guests will range from Unity ministers to vegan authors, activists, physicians, chefs-and even some of those glittery celebs. There'll be recipes, ideas, ways to go vegan (or "veganward") at your own pace, and tips for making a difference for animals and the planet at every meal. Watch the book trailer for Main Street Vegan. The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity.
Karen Calabrese, who did a swimsuit shoot with 20-something models to mark her 70th birthday, shares her secrets. We're then joined by Sande Nosonowitz, author of the new memoir, Oblivious, exploring the vegan journey of a true empath.
Game of Thrones' Jerome Flynn and actress Elaine Hendrix (The Parent Trap, What the Bleep?) bring their influence to bear on animal rights and environmentalism.
Kathy Stevens of Catskill Animal Sanctuary (and the yummy new cookbook, Compassionate Cuisine) opens, followed by Amy Rebecca Wilde, who founded Vegans of IG and the Los Angeles clothing boutique, Vegan Scene.
Dr. Scott Stoll on plant-based living from his perspective as both a medical doctor and an evangelical Christian.
Special episode, recorded live in London: a sit-down conversation with two vegan megastars, Earthling Ed, who's been called "the Jesus of veganism," and Robbie Lockie, founder and publisher of Plant Based News.
Cell biologist Frank Sabatino, D.C., Ph.D., enlightens us on food and mood. Jayney Goddard, author of Rewind Your Body Clock, shares ways to grow younger.
Cindy Negron, VLCE, used vegan food to help neighbors through Puerto Rico's devastating hurricane and now she's veganizing the island big time. Toni Okamoto puts "Vegan costs a lot" to rest with Plant-Based on a Budget.
You're vegan. Your partner (or mom or boss or best friend) is not. Vegan Mos bloggers Michael Suchman, VLCE, and Ethan Ciment, DPM, share how to make peace and promote understanding without compromise.
Kitten the Juice Pirate went from morbid obesity to radiant health via juicing and vegan living, and Elizabeth Young of Palomacy Pigeon and Dove Rescue helps us fall in love with these amazing birds.
Body positivity says we'll cool at every size and Chelsea Lincoln fills us in. Then natural health care practitioner LeAnn Fritz, Ph.D., puts stress in its place for vegans and other humans.
Photographer Isa Leshko with her glorious book, Allowed to Grow Old, and then Ben Davis, organizer of the world's biggest plant-based expo ever.
Among the first medical doctors on the vegan scene in the early 1980s, Michael Klaper is a legendary physician now engaged in legacy work to educate tomorrow's doctors on the importance of plant-based nutrition.
Dr. Ernie Ward, "America's Pet Advocate," shares dog health tips, and Amanda Rolat of the new startup fresh vegan dog food company, Tails Up.
Zero-waste chef and online celeb Max La Manna opens, and then we explore the vegan food truck business with Matt Korsky of Green Street Food Truck on Long Island, New York.
Born Free director Angela Grimes discusses a cruel nonsport, and Michelle Carrera of Chilis on Wheels shares about vegan outreach to the hungry and homeless.