A Hog’s Tale (EP 63: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

The barn doors to Hogs & Kisses Farm Sanctuary (a 501c3 non-profit organization) have opened and WOW, what a journey it’s been for founder Anne Molina, James Aubrey (Board member), and me (also on the Board)!

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In this fascinating and heartwarming episode, we tell you the story of how we transported 3 unexpectedly large farm pigs from New York to their forever home in Virginia. 

We share all the challenges we faced, that we can laugh about now that Dolly, Grace, and Imposter are roaming happily in the pasture at Hogs & Kisses.

Join us as we take you on the thrilling journey with us, and learn some fascinating pig facts along the way!


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Mic the Vegan (EP 62: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

With over 377,000 YouTube subscribers, Mic the Vegan is known for debunking the myths that perpetuate harmful dietary and lifestyle behaviors – all with a drop of humor that only he thinks is funny.

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In case you’re curious… Mic is short for microphone and Mike/Michael, not Mick! And it’s true that his beard doesn’t match his hair naturally (he asks you to please not hate). 

Mic the Vegan is not a doctor, but he is currently studying Public Health at the Master’s level and is a pro at digging into the most unbiased research on plant-based nutrition and feeding it to us in bite-size chunks.

We had a blast chatting about everything from his most controversial videos, to how to discern which research to trust, to building tiny homes… With a lot of laughs along the way!

Enjoy!


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Coachability: The Secret to Your Success (EP 61: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

Are you coachable?

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In Episode 61 of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast, we dive into the topic of coachability… What it means, why it’s important, and how to embody it. 

Determining the coachability of potential 6-Week Intuitive Food & Fitness Coaching Program clients is a vital step in the application process. We ONLY work with people we’re confident are ready and able to be coached to their freedom. 

We work with a maximum of only 12 clients, so we encourage you to take bold action in the direction of a healthy vegan lifestyle, plant-strong body and mind, confidence, and a sense of freedom you never knew possible.


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Q & A (EP 60: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

If you’ve ever felt frustrated by a bloated belly, gotten bean-burn-out trying to eat more protein, or are curious about vegan meal services, Episode 60 of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast is for you!

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Packed full of golden nuggets, Stephanie and I address some of the most common questions our 6-Week Intuitive Food & Fitness Coaching Program Clients have as they get started in this episode.

The questions we address are:

  • I’ve been waking up with a bloated, soft belly lately. I’m eating vegan with almost all whole foods, working out 5 times a week, and I eat very little sodium. What could be the issue?
  • I’m tired of beans! What other plant foods will give me the protein I need to be strong and build muscle?
  • I’m too busy to cook! Are there any good vegan meal prep delivery services out there?

For more information on the 6-Week Intuitive Food & Fitness Coaching Program, attend my brand new Master Class HERE where I tell you all about it.


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Way Beyond Weight Loss (EP 59: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

Just wait until you experience the power of Episode 59 of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast!

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You often hear us talking on the show about what an inspiration our clients are. In this episode, you get to hear it from our clients themselves! 

Sure, you’ll discover how our clients lose weight (and keep it off) without even trying, but you’ll find out how our 6-Week Intuitive Food & Fitness Coaching Program goes WAY beyond weight loss. 

We talk about how Jennifer, Wendy, and Susanne found a sense of FREEDOM they never dreamed possible… Freedom that has put them on the path to an extraordinary life filled with unlimited opportunities… A life filled with passion and purpose.

For Susanne, it all started with her decision to attend my master class. And guess what… I have put together a BRAND NEW Master Class that I’m offering for FREE to you for a short time in advance of the next launch of our Coaching Program on June 19th. 

If what you discover on this free training resonates with you, like it did Susanne, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with me personally about the possibility of enrolling in the Program. We cap the number of clients we work with at only 12, and spots are filling up quickly, so don’t procrastinate. NOW is the time to check out the VEGAN MADE EASY: The 5-Step Master Plan for Losing Weight with a Plant-Based “Live-et” training HERE.

The last day to enroll in the Program is June 15th IF we still have a spot open at that point, so don’t wait. Check out this episode, and the free Master Class now… This may be the single most important opportunity you’ve EVER taken advantage of, and you will be ever grateful to yourself for taking action.


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Intuitive Eating Model (EP 55: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

If you’re over dieting, and “INTUITIVE EATING” sounds appealing, yet daunting, you’re not alone!

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In this episode of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast (following some fun storytelling involving skinny margaritas😉) we dive into our simple, 6-Step process for eating intuitively.

The “Intuitive Eating Model” has been a complete game-changer for our coaching clients. It allows you to feel confident about every food choice you make because you make those decisions CONSCIOUSLY (not based on your subconscious programming which runs on autopilot).

Steps for Making Conscious Food Choices

 Next time you have a craving, utilize the “Power Pause” (as taught in episode 7), approach yourself with curiosity and compassion, go through the following steps, and record your thoughts and experiences

Step #1: Ask yourself WHAT specific food are you craving right now? Describe in detail including the quantity.

Step #2: Ask yourself WHY do you want to eat right now? Does your craving seem PHYSIOLOGICAL (true hunger/your body’s need for nutrients)? Is it being caused by a craving due to food addictions? Or is the craving PSYCHOLOGICAL (trigger related to a mental/emotional state (“self-medicating”, avoiding or numbing feelings)?

Step #3: Pause to reflect about how you will FEEL AFTER you indulge? Take yourself through the imagined experience and notice how you’ll feel immediately after you finish eating, 5 minutes after that, a few hours later, and the following day. Consider the positive/negative consequences.

Step #4: Use the Self-Empowered Coaching Model to introduce new thoughts that are in line with your values. Walkthrough the steps of the Self-Empowerment Coaching System and describe.

Step#5: Try an ALTERNATIVE PLAN to address your true needs and take actions that are in line with your values. For a physiological craving, is there a healthier food substitute that will be more in line with your values? For a psychological craving, refer to what you discovered using the Self-Empowerment Coaching System and explore alternative actions that will serve you better (eg taking a walk, calling a friend, putting on a guided meditation, etc.)

Step #6: Whatever decision you make, decide it consciously and eat mindfully with pleasure!

 

 


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Aging (EP 54: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

Aging… A touchy topic that we unravel, layer by layer, in this important episode of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast.

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We break it down into two categories… Physical and Emotional. 

We first talk about the physical effects of aging, and how you can use a healthy vegan lifestyle to slow the aging process. We then dive into the complexities involved with the emotional effects of aging, society’s role, and the tools that help people foster unconditional self-love, step into their power, and reinvent themselves at any age!

 


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5 Steps for Becoming a Healthy Vegan for Life (EP 52: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

We’re taking it back to the basics in this episode of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast!

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If you, or someone you know, are working on making the transition to not only a vegan lifestyle but a HEALTHY vegan lifestyle, you will discover some powerful strategies that lead to true transformation in episode 52!

1. Knowledge of nutrition  

To make conscious choices, you need to know the basics; why eating plant-based, plant-exclusive, whole foods is so important. It has all the benefits of how it affects you, your body, your health, short-term for energy and long term for the quality of life and slowing down the aging process. But this is the easiest part.   

Some people interrupt their transition to vegan because they say they aren’t healthy. But what were they putting in their body? This is where the basic knowledge of nutrition is so important. 

At one time, there was little information on plant-based nutrition available in the mainstream. Now there is so much information out there it’s easy to become confused and overwhelmed

We have a course in plant-based nutrition we offer to our Vegan Life Coach Academy members that breaks it down, simplifies it, and makes it very clear. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is another great resource.

2. Knowledge of your values and acting in alignment with them  

Being clear on your values is important when it comes to adopting a healthy vegan lifestyle. The word “vegan” is defined in large part as a way of living that is in alignment with the value of compassion for animals, avoiding the exploitation of animals, and spreading love to all beings on this earth. 

Getting clear on your”why” can be instrumental in helping you stick with your commitments. Instead of eating and making purchases impulsively, or out of habit, reminding yourself of your “why” can help you make conscious choices that serve you and are aligned with your values. 

When you live in line with your values, you get to CHOOSE who you are and how you want to move through the world, which is an empowering way to live.  

We coach you  to coach yourself in this podcast, and through our programming, because THAT is true empowerment  

3. Discovering how to put into practice steps 1 and 2 in a really sustainable way    

“Discovering” is a great word here. Figuring out how to own your power and live a healthy vegan lifestyle is a process. We’ve got to let go of perfectionism. 

Some people make the switch to veganism quickly and with ease, while others find success with a more gradual approach. Simply going gangbusters doesn’t work for everybody. So, that whole idea of progress, not perfection, is really important.

One of the main reasons people worry about their ability to go vegan is the misconception that being vegan takes up a lot of time. It can, but it doesn’t have to. That’s one of the things we teach with our “Meal Mapping” episode and what I call “F*it Recipes.” The goal is to get to the place where you keep your kitchen stocked with staples,  knowing you can quickly throw ingredients together  without hardly thinking, and knowing the meal or snack is going to be healthy and delicious   

4. Developing self-love and respect for your body and yourself  

Self-Love is what’s needed to make those conscious choices consistently and prevent self-sabotage. All the knowledge in the world is useless if you don’t have control over your own decisions. 

When you choose the chips over the apple, for example, knowing that the apple would give you the energy you need and fill your body with nutrition, and then you beat yourself up about your choice, you get stuck in an endless cycle of self-sabotage. Not to say you always have to choose the healthiest option, but when you make the unhealthy choice out of programming, or to escape from your emotions, then there’s a deeper issue to address.   

5. Getting in tune with your body  

Our bodies are brilliant. Our bodies know we need. We just learn to ignore our bodies and trust other people to tell us what, when, and how much to eat.  When we follow someone else’s plan, we ignore our body’s signals and rely on numbers, macro counts, and calories. It’s an exhausting way to live. 

We must first discover how to get back in tune with our bodies, keeping in mind that we must first overcome food addictions… Dairy and sugar being two common addictions. 

There are some caveats here we need to take into consideration. 

Learning to listen to our bodies, and get away from counting and tracking can be very scary. When Valerie came on board our coaching program, for example, she had lost 100 pounds through very strict dieting, strict macro counting, which she was able to follow for a very long time. She didn’t want to have to live that way anymore. She came to us not because she wanted to lose weight but because she wanted to stop counting, and she was terrified of gaining the weight back.

Valerie joined our Program, trusted the process, and she is now gone two years without counting, getting on the scales, or stressing about food, Food is finally an enjoyable part of her life, and she has not gained ANY of the weight back. She’s feeling and looking better than ever!  

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Dr. Elsa Spencer: A Fascinating Story of Passion & Resilience (EP 51: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

Throughout my conversation with Dr. Elsa Spencer, we bounced from how she became a vegan and her activism, to how she overcame childhood trauma and an eating disorder, to her favorite healthy brownie recipe.

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It isn’t often that I get a chance to talk with someone who’s been vegan for longer than I have. Elsa’s expertise and authenticity is refreshing, and much of her story will resonate with our listeners (as it did for me) in powerful ways! Elsa reminds us of just how challenging life can be, and the beauty that can bloom from facing adversity.

Dr. Elsa Spencer, Nutritionist, Professor, Biologist (and So Much More!) 

Dr. Elsa Spencer earned her Ph.D. in nutrition in 2003. She trained as a researcher and teacher in various topics from cell biology to food chemistry and clinical trials throughout her education. Elsa understands what food can do at a molecular level, and she can break the information into bite-sized pieces. 

Throughout her career, Elsa has performed nutritional research, written papers on nutrition, gotten these papers published in medical journals, coached individuals in plant-based nutrition, and teaches at her local community college. She continues her passion for nutrition by coordinating food for a local plant-based children’s camp during the summer months.

One item that is critical to Elsa is making sure she gives back to the vegan community. She owes (and discusses in our podcast) her copious physical and mental energy to living her last 28 years as a vegan. She volunteers for the Vegetarian Resource Group, is a former intern for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and is a regular contributor at Anonymous for the Voiceless Actions. 

When she’s not running around spreading the word about good nutrition, she can be found bicycling to work, challenging herself with yoga, and running (or walking) around Charlottesville, VA. 

The Discussion of Veganism

Elsa’s vegan story started about 28 years ago. During her freshman year of college, Elsa began toying around with the idea that she wanted to become vegan. While already a vegetarian, she and her high school friends decided that they wanted to do something about the environment and know more about animal cruelty. They believed they would be able to slow carbon emissions by omitting meat products from their daily diet. She realized that carbon emissions were still being released not only from cows killed for meat but also from dairy cows. It was the light bulb moment that turned her vegan.

As with every first-year student (Elsa kindly points out), the first year of college can be quite jarring. She had moved out of her home at 17, started going to college, lost her first serious boyfriend, and met her father for the first time. 

On top of those life-changing events, Elsa started to remember events from her childhood. Her eighteen-year-old brain decided that she was finally ready to old enough to remember the incidences of sexual abuse that had occurred when she was a child.

Feeling out of control, Elsa turned to food as something she had the power to control, which led to anorexia.

As she began to come to terms with everything, Elsa sought out a therapist who helped her through her eating disorder. The therapist also helped her realize she might have underlying OCD. 

Even now, at 46, Elsa still sees a therapist to help her work through her thoughts and emotions. While her eating disorder is well under control, she admits to it taking over a decade to get it truly sorted out. 

Life after College but Still a Full-Time Vegan

Elsa described how excited her in-laws were when they came to her with a quiche they made, incorrectly thinking it was vegan-friendly. She was touched that they tried, and when she asked what was in the meal, they responded, “no cheese, broccoli, and eggs . . . “ They had removed the dairy component but forgot about (or were unaware) that the eggs were not vegan. 

While she never compromised her veganism, even to appease her in-laws, Elsa saw that others around her did. She felt driven to spread awareness to everyone who wanted it, and this is where her spunk for activism stems from. 

She wants to make sure that everyone who wants information about veganism and plant-exclusive nutrition can find it easily. 

Three-Question Speed-Round (in Elsa’s words)

If you were a non-human animal, what kind of animal would you be? 

I go back and forth between a dolphin and a bird, but right now, I’m a bird. I love flying dreams. I’ve had very lucid dreams since I was about 12 years old. I could always just tell myself I’m going to fly, and I’d be flying, and then, of course, I’d wake up and realize that I couldn’t fly and I was so disappointed. 

But, it would be a bird, like a big soaring bird—like an eagle or a falcon or a hawk.

If you could choose a time or place that you could be reincarnated, what year and location would you choose? 

I have to say that I don’t know if I would ever go back in time. I was born still-born. My heart stopped when I was inside of my mother, and I was born blue and unmovable. While the doctors and nurses did give me CPR and extra oxygen, they told my mom that I would never walk, talk, and probably be quadriplegic because of the experience. 

I didn’t end up talking until I was three. However, I saved up all my words and built sentences, and I’ve barely stopped using them since. 

I’m very grateful for the life that I do have. Living in the century I do live in, in the Western world as a woman. I don’t know that I would have internalized all the classically-American values, but I would possibly choose France or Denmark (a properly socialist country). 

What is your favorite Dark Leafy Green? Your favorite nut? Bean? Sweet treats you can make or buy . . . 

Kale, pistachios, chickpeas, brownies (black bean, no salt, oil, or sugar, but used with date paste). You could do so many great things with them; you can add stuff (like nuts or dried fruits, or add peanut butter to the top).


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Our Single Most Life-Transforming Tool: A Client Favorite! (EP 50: The Vegan Life Coach Podcast)

After having some fun with topics like being an introvert during the Pandemic and getting high off of Wim Hof’s breathing techniques, we dive into a discussion on Our Single Most Life-Transforming Tool (a client favorite).

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The “Power Pause” is a game-changer (just ask any of our coaching clients)!

In fact, one of our clients, Dawn, was so inspired she wrote an entire blog post on this tool for the Sexy Fit Vegan blog. 

The Power Pause is meant to allow you to explore your thoughts and emotions before you take action. It allows you to respond, with intention, rather than react and immediately fall into old unhealthy patterns (aka programs).  

With this tool, you have the power to become the designer of your destiny.

The Power Pause is the key step in our Self-Empowerment Coaching System, which you can learn about in Episode 7, and hear specific examples of by listening to this episode.

We often talk about being the observer, but we don’t realize how challenging it truly is… at first. Using the power pause is how we grasp the opportunity to become the observer of our thoughts and emotions. From there, we have the power to choose new thoughts that will serve us better. We then are able to CHOOSE our actions and can choose HEALTHY behaviors, like eating a nutrient-packed meal, rather than going for the junk out of habit. 

We had a client recently asked, “Am I denying myself of what I am truly feeling.”

Taking a power pause doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be seeing rainbows and unicorns. This technique is more of an opportunity to give yourself the chance to feel your feelings and then choose what you’re going to do about it. 

What we call “the human experience” includes both positive and negative emotions. When something sad happens, feeling sad is what needs to happen (NOT feeling sad is a symptom of a sociopath after all)!

Susan David puts it so eloquently in her extraordinary TED talk. She says, “Negative emotions are our contract with life. We cannot be fully human and experience negative emotions.” 

When Shye jumped off the bed last month, l felt guilty. If I had put her steps in the right place, maybe she wouldn’t have jumped. However, instead of getting lost in guilt and spiraling downward as I used to do, a took the Power Pause, and observed the guilty feelings, and the thoughts causing them. I chose new thoughts. “It’s not my fault. Accidents happen. It is what it is.”

I let myself be sad and scared that it was happening. I even gave myself a couple days to not be on my game (have a bit of a pity party), and after that, I figured it out. 

I didn’t overeat, under-eat, over-exercise, under-exercise; I just let myself sit in those emotions and was able to make healthy choices out of love for Shye and myself. 

Society tends to shame people, especially in this “positive” culture. It’s easy to get embarrassed when things are going wrong, which spirals into shame and then turns into dysfunctional patterns, even major emotional disorders including major depression, eating disorders, and destructive anger issues. 

So, your homework is to start practicing the Power Pause in your life every day. It takes practice, and you may not remember to take the pause in the moment. 

When you DO remember, you can use it to run back through the past situation. 

Think to yourself, how could the power pause have helped me at that moment? And then replay that information to you, approaching yourself with curiosity and compassion.  

With consistent practice, over time, the Power Pause will become part of your new “operating system” and will be the key to helping you build an empowered mindset and healthy habits for the rest of your life!


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From Bitch to BFF: The Power of the Pause in Everyday Life


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