Posted by: Howard Jacobson | Oct 2, 2013 | 2 Comments
Sharon McRae runs Eat Well, Stay Well, a plant-based health coaching service. She's an expert at balancing a full life with feeding her family (busy husband and three kids) well, and knows how to help others transition to a healthy plant-based lifestyle.
Sharon teaches Food for Life sessions for the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), and conducts eating seminars for a local physician.
In this call, we talk about:
If you find yourself needing to whip up something quick and easy on a moment's notice, go here: http://www.nutritionasmedicine.org/preparing_healthy_meals_in_minutes_without_a_recipe
And for you parents out there who fear the wrath of your offspring if you try to replace their candy with a carrot, check this out: http://www.nutritionasmedicine.org/transitioning_children
You can download the interview here, or listen online if you can see the player below.
Sharon McRae's interview will serve as an inspiration to people who are interested in exploring the pleasures and health improvements associated with a plant-based diet. She has an enthusiastic and upbeat approach that will get most people to conclude that "Yes I can" do this diet.
Great podcast with Sharon McRae. Children can learn healthy eating habits and can actually enjoy it too! I like the accountability idea of letting all of your friends and family know what you are doing. That will definitely help someone to stay on track.