Music: All That by bensound.com Lace by Nctrnm In this episode of The Hungry Siblings Podcast, we talk about how exercise is better thought of in terms of its many health benefits rather than a weight loss tool. We reference this video throughout the podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXTiiz99p9o&t=236s Also, don't forget to check out the details on … Continue reading Exercise Is More Than a Weight Loss Tool (Hungry Siblings Podcast Ep. 7)
By Henry Vander Hill In my last post, I wrote about my case for cutting oil out of my diet. In short oil is a processed food, almost all fat, and virtually devoid of nutritional value. Unfortunately, added oil found all over the place in grocery stores, restaurants, and recipes. Food companies and restaurants, even … Continue reading Oil’s Many Hiding Places: 8 Foods to Look Out For
I have a hard time with oatmeal. It takes a while to make if you're using rolled or steel-cut oats, the dirty dishes are hard to clean, and I am not a fan of the texture. Oats are a fantastic grain! If you life in a region similar to me (southern Wisconsin), you can probably … Continue reading Baked Oatmeal
Where: Brittingham Park Shelter 829 W Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53715 When: August 24th, 2018 5pm-9pm What: Share some vegan and/or plant-based food and good company How much $$$: FREE with a $6 (cash only) suggested donation to help us cover the cost of the shelter, food, and setup Details: Bring your favorite vegan or plant-based dish … Continue reading End-of-Summer Plant-Based Potluck Event Details!
Hi y'all! Are you tired of *every*single*smoothie* having banana in it? Bananas are delicious and make smoothies very creamy (in fact, frozen bananas make great ice cream all on their own!). If you love creamy smoothies but you're looking for a little variety in your smoothie repertoire, let me introduce you to the Butternut Smoothie. … Continue reading The Butternut Smoothie
In this week's episode, we talk about how food connects to all aspects of our behaviors and our bodies, which means we need to look at ways to be inclusive when we talk about food. How are food movements like WFPB and veganism inclusive and exclusive? How do we meet people where they are, give … Continue reading Whole Foods, Whole Bodies: How Can We Be More Inclusive Around Food? (Hungry Siblings Podcast Episode 6)
In this week's episode, we talk about diet labels like vegan, WFPB, etc. Do these labels matter? What do they mean? What labels do we subscribe to? Intro and outro music: Lace by Nctrnm https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Nctrnm/Lace_-_Single/
Rich Roll released his latest podcast episode with Rangan Chaterjee, MD. In this episode, Dr. Chaterjee discusses the 4 pillars of health: Food, Movement, Sleep, and Relaxation. Here on the Hungry Siblings Blog, we tend to emphasize the importance of food in a healthy lifestyle, therefore it was interesting to hear how Dr. Chaterjee believes … Continue reading Food News Round-Up: The Rich Roll Podcast, Dietary Fiber Confusion, and Cabbages!
Back at it with podcast episode 4! We know you've been eagerly awaiting another crazy episode from your favorite Hungry Siblings... Well maybe not eagerly... Anyway, here it is! This week, we're talking about how to afford a healthy diet. It's not that hard! Tips, tricks, fun banter, and more in this week's episode of the … Continue reading Healthy Plant Food is Affordable! (Podcast Ep. 4)
Hungry Siblings Podcast, episode 3! This week we're talking about ways to keep things simple so that the healthy choices in our busy schedules are a lot easier to make. Things like quick grab-and-go snacks as well as cooking big batches of food and healthy meals ahead of time can make a world of difference. … Continue reading Busy and Healthy Part 2: Quick Snacks and Cooking Ahead (Hungry Siblings Podcast ep. 3)