Is The Plant-Based or Vegan Diet Extreme? – PTP130

In this episode of Hey Plant Trainers and third question in this series, we explore the question to is the plant-based or vegan diet extreme? It’s a term that comes up over and over again when it comes to a vegan diet and it can be answered differently every time. Dean Ornish says it best “I don’t understand why asking people to eat a well-balanced vegetarian diet is considered drastic, while it is medically conservative to cut people open.” Extreme is subjective and values are personal. If you are in for listening to a bit of a rant, check out this show and see what Shoshana has to say about plant-based or vegan being extreme. April Asks: “Hey Plant Trainers, Do you think the vegan or plant-based diet is extreme?”   Links to things mentioned: Be sure to check in with us and tell us how this eWorkbook has changed your life! Looking for a new and exciting Lunchbox? No problem. !   Don’t forget to contact us at  with your question for our “Hey Plant Trainers” segment!                   Do you want to create lifelong healthy eating habits for you or your family? Are you looking to help prevent heart disease, cancer and chronic diseases? Are you looking for guidance with your plant-based nutrition? We can help. If you are serious about getting results, you may be eligible for a FREE 30-minute Skype or phone consultation, where we can help you with your goals NOW. Easily book your session .    Subscribe to Adam’s Journey by clicking .   We hope you enjoyed this podcast! Please take a moment and  – we would be grateful! This will help get our podcast out to others who may enjoy it. We promise to read your reviews and consider your feedback. This show is for you. Please subscribe to The Plant Trainers Podcast on ,  or  so you will know when we release a new episode. Now also available to ! Help us by spreading the news about our totally awesome Podcast!   Click for a list of our services

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