• Defending Beef
    This week, Food Integrity Now spoke with Nicolette Hahn Niman, author of Defending Beef, The Ecological and Nutritional Case for Meat. Hahn Niman, a former 33-year vegetarian, shares her compelling journey from vegetarian to omnivore. She is a former environmental attorney turned rancher and sha...
  • Impossible Burgers in Our Schools? Say NO!
    Just recently Impossible Foods got the go ahead that would allow their Impossible Burger in our schools. Please say NO and here is why. The Problems Food Integrity Now spoke with Jaydee Hanson, Policy Director from the Center For Food Safety, about what is in the Impossible Burger and all ...
  • What’s Really In Those Plant-Based Meats?
    Plant-based, vegan, fake meat, no matter what you call them, are becoming widely popular. Seems like every week there is a new product coming out and it appears that there is a huge market for them. But are they really healthy? We wanted to find out what’s really in those fake meats so th...
  • Eating Ethically – What Does That Mean to You?
    We live in a country where we certainly have lots of food choices.  We might be labelled a vegetarian, a vegan, an omnivore, a pescatarian or other labels that denote how we choose to eat.  In my interview with Marissa Landrigan, she explores some of those food choices and what it really means to...
  • Food Integrity Now – E16 – T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., author of The China Study

     T. Colin Campbell joins us on the show to discuss his bestselling book, The China Study. His work examines the relationship between the consumption of animal products and disease such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis and macular degeneration. Campbell, in detailing the correlation between diet and disease, along with his recommendation of a plant-based diet, has shaken up industry giants who have profited off of the traditional American fare of meat, milk and potatoes.

    In this show, we get Dr. Campbell’s viewpoints on the widespread and controversial field of genetic engineering, discuss the response of the medical, meat and dairy industries, and find out what projects he has coming up next.

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