Nelson Campbell wrote and directed the film, PlantPure Nation. Released in theaters in over 100 cities, PlantPure Nation (now on YouTube and Amazon Prime) examines the political and economic factors that have suppressed information about the benefits of plant-based nutrition, and makes connections to public policy, medical practice, food deserts, and farming. Following the film’s release, he launched the nonprofit PlantPure Communities, which supports a network of local support and advocacy groups now involving over 250,000 people, and the PlantPure foods and education. business.
Lianna Levine Reisner, MSOD, VLCE, is the Network Director & President of Plant Powered Metro New York, a community-driven movement promoting health through whole food, plant-based nutrition. She became a Vegan Lifestyle Coach & Educator through Main Street Vegan Academy in 2018 and also holds a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. Lianna lives in Manhattan, NYC, with her husband and three children and is passionate about bringing plant-based wellness into local communities.
Blast from the past! Have a listen to our 2015 episode where Nelson Campbell and Kim Campbell came on to speak about their wonderful documentary PlantPure Nation: PlantPure Nation and Vegan Spirituality
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