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It’s very possible, say today’s guests, all who have terrific new books on how to accomplish this amazing feat: Chef Mark Reinfeld and his wife Ashley Boudet, ND, authors of The Ultimate Age-Defying Plan; and journalist and champion race walker Karen Asp, whose delightful and practical new book is Anti-Aging Hacks.

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Chef Mark Reinfeld and Ashley Boudet, ND join us to discuss their new book, The Ultimate Age-Defying Plan – The Plant-Based Way to Stay Mentally Sharp and Physically Fit. In it they share their NOURISH plan for Optimal Health and Wellness. They will also discuss the topic of food activism and the importance of educating others on the plant-based lifestyle.

Website: doctorandchef.com
Facebook: facebook.com/TheDoctorTheChef
Twitter: @veganfusion
Instagram: @veganfusion
YouTube: Doctor & Chef

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Karen Asp is an award-winning journalist and author who specializes in fitness, health, nutrition, pets and travel. A former contributing editor for Woman’s Day and fitness columnist for Allure, she writes regularly for numerous publications, including Better Homes and Gardens, O, Women’s Health, Forks Over Knives, VegNews, Harper’s Bazaar, Real Simple, Reader’s Digest, Prevention and SELF and recently published her second book, Anti-Aging Hacks. She’s also a certified fitness professional who holds a plant-based nutrition certification, world record holder in Nordic walking, vegan mentor for PETA, and Switch4Good teammate.

Website: karenasp.com
Facebook: facebook.com/karen.asp.1 and facebook.com/karenaspauthor.
Twitter: @karenaspwriter
Instagram: @karenaspwriter

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Blast from the past! ~ As I’m learning myself with a new documentary about to debut, films can take awhile, and when they’re ready, OMG, it’s like giving birth. Back in August of 2017, the show opened with a chat with Jasmine Levya, director of The Invisible Vegan, an important film featuring Milton Mills, MD, John Salley, Cedric the Entertainer, Tracye McQuirter, MPH, and looking at health concerns in the African-American community and plant-based solutions. You can rent or purchase the film on Vimeo, or if you or someone you know does not have the means to pay, The Invisible Vegan is also on YouTube in pieces so the information is available for everyone.

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2 thoughts on “MSV Podcast January 23, 2019: Younger in 2019?”

  1. Hey Victoria, I was just listening to your Aug 8th, 2018 show on Live Well/Do Good. I want to bring your attention to one thing that your guest said about hot water heaters. She said that it was a good idea to turn the heater down from 140°F to 120°F to reduce energy use. Although I am all on board with saving energy, this isn’t the best place to do it. Legionnaires Disease, which is an atypical form of pneumonia, grows well at 120°F. This bacterial infection can be fatal and it is especially important to avoid in the elderly and people with asthma or other respiratory illnesses.
    http://jmpcoblog.com/hvac-blog/how-to-avoid-legionella-outbreaks-in-domestic-hot-water-systems
    Yours in compassion,
    Carole

    1. Thanks so much, Carole. This is really important information and I certainly didn’t know it before. We’ll make a note on the Show Notes for that episode. Thanks for bringing this to our attention, and thank you listening the Main Street Vegan podcast.

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