Archive for September 2020

Eric Adams, Healthy At Last
For the past three decades, Eric Adams has served the residents of Brooklyn as borough president, state senator, police officer, and coalition builder. In November of 2017, he was reelected for a second term to represent Brooklyn as borough president. Born in Brownsville and educated in the city’s public school system, he is committed to ensuring Brooklyn’s bright future by helping each and every Brooklynite reach their full potential.


In Part II of the program, Hartglass & De Mattei share a new recipe created in honor of Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough Balls and discuss the benefits of water fasting.

Caryn with Eric Adams in 2018 at Brooklyn Borough Hall.

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LeAnne Campbell, Center for Nutrition Studies
LeAnne Campbell, PhD, has recently been appointed president of the The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies (CNS), a not-for-profit organization committed to increasing awareness of the extraordinary impact that food has on the health of our bodies, our communities, and our planet. She has over 30 years of experience working with communities, universities and schools in the Dominican Republic and the US. On the international front, she founded and directed a family literacy program and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic. She directed an international non-profit known as the Global Leadership Institute. In addition to serving on the faculty at Mississippi State University and Nazareth College, she worked for several years as an instructional coach (curriculum specialist) for the North Carolina Public schools. She has also worked for Duke University’s Latin American and Caribbean Studies as a Community Outreach Director. Additionally, she is the author of The China Study Cookbook and the editor of The China Study All-Star Collection and The China Study Quick & Easy Cookbook. She has two degrees from Cornell University, a BS degree in Human Service Studies and a MS degree in Administration of Human Service Programs. She also has a PhD from UNC Chapel Hill in Culture, Curriculum and Change.

Timothy A. Wise, Failing Africa’s Farmers
Timothy A. Wise is a senior advisor at IATP, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, where his work focuses on agribusiness, family farmers and the future of food, based on his recent book, Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, Family Farmers, and the Battle for the Future of Food (The New Press). Tim has a long history of collaboration with IATP on issues including agricultural dumping, U.S. agricultural subsidies and policies, responses to the 2007-8 global food crisis, the WTO and Mexico under NAFTA. He was a senior advisor with the Small Planet Institute, where he directed the Land and Food Rights Program from 2016-2020. He is also a senior research fellow at Tufts University’s Global Development and Environment Institute, where he founded and directed its Globalization and Sustainable Development Program. He previously served as executive director of the U.S.-based aid agency Grassroots International. He is the author of Confronting Globalization: Economic Integration and Popular Resistance in Mexico, in addition to Eating Tomorrow. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. More at

LINKS referred to in the program

Tenth Annual African Green Revolution Forum

INTER PRESS NEWS AGENCY: Failing Africa’s Farmers, Starving the Continent

False Promises: The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)
A new study finds that the agricultural alliance has failed to achieve its own goals.
Download .pdf here.

Timothy A. Wise on IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD in 2019 talking about Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, Family Farmers, and the Battle for the Future of Food.

What Vegans Eat Blog Post: C’est si bon! Vegan French Food

Recipe: Peanut Butter Cream

Recipe: French Onion Soup, Vegan, Gluten-Free options

Recipe: Tortillas: Corn, Sweet Potato and Potato, gluten-free, vegan

Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei talk about humans as giants, giants that are cruel to its victims, people and animals including the upcoming tradition of Kapparot, swinging chickens over the head to transfer one’s sins. Celebrities going vegan and then going back to omnivore choices gets a brief mention along with a conversation about omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

Campaigns against Kapparot/Kaporos
End Chickens As Kaporos
United Poultry Concerns
Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai, The Alzheimer’s Solution
Dr. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai’s post on Miley Cyrus not being vegan anymore.
Sauerkraut Recipe

Hartglass & De Mattei, The Longest Day
Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei share the details of their last day of August 2020, a day that never seemed to end. In looking forward to September they cover upcoming events including National Coconut Day.

Links and recipes mentioned in the show.

Reclaim Your Health Summit, Sept 14-20, Hosted by the Plantbased MD, Dr. Judy Brangman
Karen Davis, United Poultry Concerns
Watch and share this film: Akashinga, The Brave Ones
Damien Mander, International Anti-Poaching Foundation

Buckwheat Crêpes
Almond Mozzarella Cheese

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