Emaline Delapaix is an Australian singer songwriting living in Berlin with her adopted Canadian kitty companion Reece. She will be performing a couple of vegan dinner concerts in Melbourne and Adelaide in early March and took some time out to answer a few questions. These will be her first Australian concerts in over 10 years since moving abroad. Emaline is happy to be doing these little vegan concerts in Australia as part of her tour schedule.
In Sweet Debbie's Organic Treats, Debbie Adler reveals why she uses nourishing grapeseed oil and coconut oil, why it's best to sweeten with zero-calorie stevia and mineral-rich coconut nectar and how her gluten-free flour mix packs an alimental punch. The book is a treasure trove of valuable tips, tricks and intimate details, and Debbie shares all her delectable secrets for 50 treats like Irresistible Red Velvet Cupcakes and Cosmic Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Do you think that having pets is beneficial to both people and animals? And that pets enjoy an easy life?
Longtime former veterinarian Charles Danten asks us to set aside preconceived ideas to take an honest look at what underlies our love of the animals we hold dearest in his book Slaves of Our Affection. The Myth of the Happy Pet? This provocative exposé puts our most revered interactions with animals under the microscope. Meticulously documented, it raises poignant questions about the nature of our relationships with animals, and reveals little-known aspects of the industry behind it all. Pet food manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, veterinarians, shelters, humane societies, animal activists, factory farms, and even pet owners are at the core of a subtle exploitation that operates under the guise of love and compassion.
Charles took some time out to answer some of my questions.
Lawyer and animal advocate, David Simon recently released his book, Meatonomics: The Bizarre Economics of Meat and Dairy - focusing on the rational, logical and analytic perspectives of a plant-based diet and how we are being mislead by food producers and lawmakers. He takes some time to answer my questions below, plus see below for an excerpt.
The average person needs 50-80 grams of protein per day. If you’re trying to build muscle or improve overall healthy, you may need more. The problem is that commercial protein supplements contain dangerous chemicals and are so processed, that the human body does not know how to properly digest them. The protein in the supplements cannot be properly absorbed and used by the body, and sometimes, can even cause the body to be weaker.
High Protein, No Powder: Protein Bars and Smoothies Make with Real Food is an eBook written to educate consumers on the dangers of commercial protein bars and protein powders. These artificial foods are filled with toxins, unnecessary sweeteners and have extremely dangerous effects on the body. See below for my interview with Tiffany from Don't Waste the Crumbs and two of her recipes.
This year I have created various articles, videos, blogs and interviews for the VLV! followers and fans to watch, read, share and embrace wholeheartedly - and they did.
The VLV! authors and I have authored 167 articles this year. I've also written 51 blogs, given 7 international talks, published 6 video interviews, plus 35 videos in the new question and answer series - every Tuesday on YouTube.
With all that content, you may have missed a few, so here's the 2013 VLV recap: