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Food for Thought: The Joys and Benefits of Living Vegan

By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Author & Speaker

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Celebrating a way of life that encompasses compassion for everyone and emphasizing the fact that being vegan is a means rather than an end in itself, the Food for Thought podcast addresses all aspects of eating and living compassionately and healthfully. Each episode addresses commonly asked questions about being vegan, including those regarding animal rights, food, cooking, eating, nutrition, and debunks the myths surrounding these issues. Hosted by bestselling author Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Food for Thought has sparked a movement of self-proclaimed "compassionistas." Learn more at ColleenPatrickGoudreau.com.

Customer Reviews

Will inspire you to be an even better vegan

I listen to many of the vegan podcasts out there, and this is the best one for me. So far anyway, it's simplicity is wonderful. No news stories, no rambling about what happened with friends over the weekend, no incestual interviews with other vegan podcasters, just eloquent, powerful, well-formulated debunking of vegan and animal-rights myths. I've also read many of the animal-rights books out there, and still Colleen has helped me understand arguments in a new perspective. For instance, I like her reference to milk drinkers as "unweaned humans." That might sound like she's condescending toward non-vegans, but that's absolutely not true. She just doesn't give any ground to the many, often-seemingly-rational excuses people give for continuing to consume meat, dairy and eggs, or should I say corpses, lactations resulting from the gestation process and products of the menstrual cycle?

I WISH THERE WERE MORE PEOPLE OUT THERE LIKE YOU

Oh my god, thank you so so sooo much for making a podcast series on such an important issue! I'll be putting all of them on my iPod Video. I'm a vegetarian of two years and twelve years old, and it is so inspiring to know such a mature woman can be a vegetarian role model! I'm going to try making my own podcasts and putting them up here. I THANK YOU SO MUCH AND I HOPE WE CAN MAKE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR EVERYONE!!!!

Thank you! Thank you!

Thank you, Colleen, for informing us all! I have been a vegetarian for 6 months and am starting to make the switch to being vegan. You have answered many of my questions on nutrition and I am eternally a smarter, and better eater because of you. Keep up the good work!

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