A few months ago I had the pleasure of being one of the guest teachers & speaker in the Food Matters 10-Day Plant-Based Challenge, and I’m excited to tell you that Food Matters just made the interview public on their new podcast!
While I’m not 100% vegan and don’t label my eating habits, if you’ve spent any time on my blog you know that I love vegan recipes and believe that we can all benefit from more plant-based food.
James & I cover a TON of information in this episode, ranging from the truths about getting enough protein & calcium, to the best sources of other vitamins and minerals, to whether or not you need to count micro- and macronutrients. We also dispell common nutrition myths, discuss how our genealogy can affect how we assimilate food, and how to enjoy more plant-based foods.
How to Listen—It’s Free:
Click play above to listen right here, or listen on iTunes or on your podcast app (look for Episode 11: The Truth About Getting Enough Protein and Calcium with Elizabeth Rider) or listen over on Food Matters.
From Food Matters: Elizabeth is a certified health coach, popular international food blogger, and plant-based expert. She loves making healthy delicious and easy. She has studied at Cornell University’s plant-based nutrition program and at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, working to better understand just what it is our bodies need to truly be healthy and thriving. In this exclusive podcast interview, join Food Matters founder James Colquhoun as he chats with Elizabeth Rider about where to get protein, calcium, and other major nutrients when going plant-based.
If you struggle to make a change in your life in some way but find yourself reverting back to your old habits, you’re not alone. This is a common thread among so many of us.
My good friend James Colquhoun of Food Matters & FMTV is hosting The Total Wellness Summit 2019—and it’s 100% FREE for a limited time.
You’ll be able to watch 50+ expert interviews and 50+ inspirational documentary films, over 10 days that will help you to:
Big thanks to James and the entire Food Matters team for having me on the podcast!
Instead of prescribing what I think you should do, I help you find what works for you.