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"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Back to me that she did see the lion king yesterday and that it was great. I can't wait to see it this weekend. I'm trying to get to a theater that doesn't have the hesam seats available that aren't in the front row. I know right but it's great to have everyone in studio with us today. As I said you're listening to one life radio this is Bernadette. My Dad and I've got Dr Rizwan Hurry in studio with me. He is a medical doctor and has been practicing vascular surgery in Dallas for more than twenty years. He is the owner of North Texas Vascular Center. He Incorporates Plant based attrition into his patient shouldn't lifestyle modification planned and he has a specific interest in nutrition as it relates to cardiovascular disease. Dr Is was recently named one and I'm looking at it right here with a beautiful beautiful spread they did on you. He is one of the most interesting hosting vegans of Dallas by veg World magazine such an honor to have you back in studio. Welcome Dr is we'll thank you. I have no idea how they thought I was one of the most interesting billions will you're very interesting and you could be that you're the poster of health my goodness. They're healthy see your picture should be right next to it in the dictionary looks so healthy and you are because you do watch what you eat and you are on a plant based Diet which and I want I wanted to preface you know these next couple of segments with this you know there's no judgment here <hes> from from anyone in the studio you know eating plant based is something that happens naturally and you don't have to do it every day. There are no rules to dieting except to try to do the best that you can every day you know based on your budget and your time to eat the best that you kanfer you and your family right doctor is yeah you know <hes> we <hes> I'm trying to teach people to eat the healthiest they can. <hes> we are what we eat right and <hes> unfortunately we have been programmed by our society and our culture to eat a certain way and that's mostly based on <hes> you know kind of a monetary thing where were companies WanNa make money off of what we eat and <hes> so they make their foods tasty sugary morally and but they're not good for health absolutely well <hes> and speaking of health and healthy food. I've got an Baker and Marianne lochoe in studio with us today as well. <hes> doctor is and and these lovely ladies are all very good friends at work closely together other Annette Baker and Marianne are the founders of nature's play a dallas-based store that sells plant based meals to go. They have both eaten a plant based Diet for over fifteen years in are motivated by the desire to share the benefits of this lifestyles. <hes> this lifestyle with others over the years. They've educated themselves about nutrition and have applied there learnings to the creation of delicious healthy meals. I can attest to that. <hes> I ate a lot of their food. I just it's convenient for me and it's delicious and a lot of restaurants don't go by the clean fifteen or the dirty dozen and these ladies do and they both <hes> have over twenty years of business experience in the corporate world but ultimately decided to pursue their passions for plant based <hes> food as entrepreneurs visit a nature's plate dot com. Okay okay meal prepping for health. Let's talk about this absolutely. Let's talk about okay so mill. Propping is so essential as an preventing last minute and not so great food choices like doctor is said but how can we make sure that the meals that we prepping are healthy and nutritious. What are some of the guidelines so the most important guidelines are to base your meal prep around whole foods? I mean to base what you're eating in general around whole foods but to start with whole grains legumes lots of vegetables and to use lots lots of spices limit your assault and limit your oil but if you base it around whole plant foods you really can't go wrong we can talk from there about how to also make it tastes good and venture that you're gonna eat it and make it convenient but the health part is all about hall plant foods and I have to say I'm thinking of diamonds. She's not here today but diamond and I have a lot of discussions on and off the air but when she was started eating plant based with her husband not one hundred percent of the time but a couple of days a week one of the things that she said that was remarkable to her her personally as at her food bill went way down by not purchasing meet absolutely so if in it depends on what you're eating but certainly grains and beans and vegetables are less expensive than processed foods and less expensive than meet there. Are you know processed foods that are now labelled plant based but those are not what we're talking about. When we say plant based we're talking about whole plant foods and those are not expensive at all yeah no they're really not and and and you know you do a lot of help for the environment as well this is not this is a nutrition thing yes? It's a health thing but it's also healthy for the planet because we are all connected that includes all the other animals on the planet all the other plants on the planet. <hes> you should hear the beautiful opening to the Lion King I was listening to it at a on my way here and it talks about the balance and that we are all connected. The lyrics are so beautiful <hes> that's a man and I thought about this yeah well. We are all connected and everything the thing that we eat every choice that we make about what we're going to eat and everything associated with that has an impact on the environment and there's no doubt that eating plants is easier on the environment uses less land less water <hes> if you just think about what it takes to create animal based foods. It's a really inefficient process because all of your feeding all of the grains and the water to the animals so that you can then get the small amount of animal based food right. If the people consumed the product that was going towards the animals it would be so much more efficient well in too much. Anything isn't good and that includes me doctor is when you spoke the other night at your practice. I was so honored to be there. You've talked about me you talk about how there's there's no fiber in meat and so you know I think that's a that's critical for health. We talk about fiber on the show here all the time a prebiotic fiber and actual fiber and importance for the enzymes even for your stomach and your your whole your home microbiome your whole a digestive system correct yeah all the important stuff <hes> that we get for our system like fighter nutrients vitamins minerals they come from plants. <hes> meet does not them meet does not have fiber and so that's why we are a fiber deficient society <hes> which is the cost of a lot of <hes> a lot of disease correct absolutely yeah well <hes> so so how so let's talk about how to make this easy so you know a lot of people go go with the usual protein veggie Rice Combo. Is that really a good choice and if you're going to do a plant based Diet what are some good meal prepping options sure so the it is a good way to think about it for a lot of people because they're there used to it and it does make sense <hes> but foods foods do not equal macro nutrients so when we say putting a protein into your meal prep <hes>. We're really whether you're talking about plant based or not food doesn't really come home packaged as a protein like when you're in the plant based world. We're really talking about legumes primarily when we that's what people think of the protein is actually present in grains and in vegetables nuts and all these other leads to yes huge percentage of protein. You can't eat a huge volume of it while Musher Marianne but you know I I love Broccoli. I love it I double or triple my porsche eat it too but it is helpful for people to think about it that way so it is a good idea to base your meal prep prepa around a whole grain or potatoes being your starched base and then a protein in the form of legumes and it can be a mix of legumes and bell peppers or something like that and then pile on the veggies. Get some green veggies in there and hopefully some other kind of vegetable and prep your sauces because that's where you're flavor is gonNA come from aunts and the fat without using oil so that you can get a lot of flavor into the meal and get some variety. Also you know if I might comment we had been programmed think that we get our protein separate from everything else but are proteins do come in all our foods I mean all our vegetables have proteins and if we just eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and legumes <hes> in appropriate numbers offers <hes> we will get the protein we need so we don't need to go after a particular protein source interestingly the foods that most people can seem a lot of that. Don't have any protein are oils and refined sugar. That's that's where those are the kids that don't have any protein and vascular surgeon. I mean you've seen some pretty pretty horrific things. I'm sure absolutely gosh this week has been horrible for me really stuff I've seen and had a tree and that's one of the reasons that that sparks your passion not a healthy people and direct them in a way. That's a healthier way to live in to eat right. I mean I've been frustrated by the fact that my patients are getting sicker and sicker and younger and younger yeah based on their food choices and that's. That's part of why I'm here. Today is because as I began to analyze this. I realized we're were sicker society because the way were eating yeah I read an interesting article. I don't even remember where but I it's it's stuck in my head because because is <hes> it was such a strong article and it was about it was a funeral director had written it doesn't get more real than that and it was about how people now <hes> that come to him. After they've you know past are much younger and they're much larger and he can he can even see it as a funeral director the <hes> the path that were on in America and how so many people are dying way before their time <hes> yeah absolutely <hes> we we are for the last three years our our life expectancy has been decreasing. which is the first time in one hundred years the yeah it's happened <hes> <hes> and I think is directly related to our exposure our diet and the way we're living yeah? We're going to continue on with this. We've got lots to talk about. <hes> and we're GONNA talk about lifestyle medicine because I love talking about this. Because I think exercise is so important I cannot wait to get out and get a my body moving this weekend and we're GonNa talk about a lot of stuff so stay.

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"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"I Have Adriana Betty Antos. I've got Dr Ruse Bucar. I always want to say Bacardi. It's it's BOOP boop hurry. There's no D. Annette Baker and Marianne lochoe GEICO. They are the founders of nature's play. We're going to be talking with them. Kassab York doctor is <hes> cassie is going to be talking about four hormones that sabotage health and weight loss and T._g._I._F.. You guys the real. Is everybody ready for the weekend. That's a song isn't an anthony. What is it <hes> that's working for the weekend? I don't know there's a lot of weekends songs rock and Roll Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah ready for them all well. You know it's it's hotter than heck here in Texas <hes> right now in a lot of parts of the country and one of the things that I like to do this time of year is to remind people that pause your pets pause if they are on concrete if you're walking through the the city <hes> if you're taking them to a beach but your parking your car and walking along along pavement be aware of their paws because they get burned and it's very painful for them <hes> and I know someone who I have on the line that will really agree with me and that's more tapis. How're you doing today more doing great and yes? I totally agree with you that so important for people to remember will it is and there's so many things about animals that we all need to remember in love and care for them and be kind more Davies is the vice president communications at the S._p._C._a.. That is the society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals if you didn't know what S._P._C._A. Stands for and this is the North Texas <hes> division of the S._p._C._A.. You can find her at S._p._C._A.. Dot Org work today. We're talking about oral hygiene and your dogs held so how prevalent is oral cancer more or disease in dogs and is it a oftentimes connected to their oil oral hygiene. Oral Hygiene is absolutely connected to so many other types of your pets health so it's it's the most important thing to remember about your pets. Mouth is that if there's bacteria in their mouth it can get through to their other systems and organs and can cause really significant <hes> and and sometimes sometimes life threatening diseases well. You know I've got a doctor in the house. That's always good <hes> vascular surgeon Dr Rizwan Book Hurry and we he's talking today about what is lifestyle medicine and being a vascular surgeon. I'm going to ask you because it's the same with humans isn't that we really need to take care of our teeth in order to have good health especially heart health right absolutely it's interesting that <hes> there is a correlation between oral hygiene and cardiovascular health off which sounds crazy but I think the <hes> the diseases of the mouth can also lead to disease of the heart <hes> and it's the same canine species. I'm guessing that it's all species really right even like lions. It's like the lion king that's to be an expert on animals but I know in humans that <hes> the bacteria that caused diseases in the mouth can lead to cardiovascular disease <hes>. What do you say more well? I'm not auto veterinarian. I definitely want to preface this with that. <hes> but the information I have is that <hes> the the the mouth of dogs is a really perfect incubator for all different kinds of bacteria and most of those are normal totally natural but when plaque and tartar start start building up on the teeth <hes> they're the normal balance of this bacteria and dogs mouse can get out of balance and sometimes there are organisms that can there that can proliferate that are there harmful <hes> and the more the more for dental issues a pet has and there's so many in there actually really awful to see the pictures or horrific when you look at painting dental disease verifying warning they always use really awful once like in the vet's office. You're like oh my gosh there. You know they sell them. They put the bad pictures is right next to the toothbrushes toothpaste yeah right way to illustrate it 'cause those toxins can go into the dog bloodstream and then when the kidneys and the liver and the brain filter the blood those infections can occur in those organs is my understanding that can in cause permanent and at times fatal organ damage so that's like if it's totally untreated. I kinda the to boil it down. I think the best way that I heard one veterinarian fit to me <hes> or that I read was <hes>. How long will your dog live well? Are you going to brush their teeth daily to provide them with dental care. They may leave live fifteen to seventeen years yeah. Don't that's more like eleven thirteen years and that's pretty that's a pretty jarring thing yeah. It is <hes> you know as I was preparing to come up today the back in my car my <hes>. My car is a <hes> is like a library my own little private library and I almost grab this. One article that I saw that was on the cover of one of the mega many magazines that I buy I'm health magazines and publications but said something about is there is <hes> bacteria the cause of cancer and I thought it was an interesting question because you know you talk about <hes> bacteria in the mouth and all the things that it can can lead to and cl- including oral cancer so let me ask you this. What are some of the symptoms that your dog may have some oral hygiene issues other than Tartar definitely well <hes> there can be things like Jinja vitus where they're gonNA become inflamed <hes> bleeding <hes> of course there's a general term of period on titus that bill disease in the in the China dogs mouth that attacks the gum and the bone and the news around the teeth <hes>? There's you know as it gets worse it kind of ratchets up. There's something called diarrhea inflammation of the gums in two sockets leading to the loosening teeth and that can be like your does your dog can have like pus infection up in their terrifying actually and painful very very painful. That's what I was thinking when you were speaking because I love my animals so much all twenty four of them that it's crazy. Don't you don't judge me anyone you. Oh you don't know how I got here anyway but I don't ever want to see my my animals suffer and it is very painful. Think about it when you get a toothache. Oh my gosh you want to jump off a cliff right now. It's it can be extremely painful. NFL what you're looking for is basically a tooth that has <hes> whether it's a lot of plaque a lot of tartar build up that kind of where it starts but then dogs can get cavities to captain cavities. It's very very rare Aaron dogs but that can happen. <hes> is that for meeting table scraps from sugar because <hes> does isn't sugar the number one thing that causes <hes> tooth decay. I wish I had an absolute definitive answer for you there <hes> I I I I would think so but I'm not entirely certain but I do know that. Veterinary Dentistry is absolutely a wonderful specialty and you can find veterinary dentists all over the place and in many veterinarians I will will perform several aspects of veterinary dentistry industry and those are the folks who know the answer that question will are there good preventative measures. You can take to keep your dogs mouth clean and healthy <hes>. I'm GonNa say for me especially without rushing on because I have so many pets I mean I there's no way I've said this before a couple of weeks ago I cannot <hes> I don't have the time to brush my all my dogs teeth. I don't so what are some other preventative measures that I can take. There are other things that you can do so one really great way is to make sure that your dog is eating a well-balanced. That's NEAT base dog food that is designed for dogs or if you're making a lot of people do make their dogs food that you're you're using the right ingredients that the dog's body needs so meet helps keeping the mouth environmental keep helping the mouth environment healthy <hes> and and so many other dogs need eat meat <hes> actively encouraging your dog to like chew on trips to exercise their teeth. We talked about this before to feel like the the nylon or the rubber chew toys that can keep a dog's mouth structures <hes> healthy because they're they're. They're getting that chew and it's a natural behavior. A dog really really needs to be able to do is to <hes> but make sure you're providing appropriate items for them to chew on. That's another biggie. So you know be very careful about what you I do. Provide and make sure it is stay for your dog. Yeah <hes> I mean that's the that's the main stuff that you can do but there are also some things out there on the market the might also be able to help their enter antiseptic to means that you can get that are specifically formulated for dogs to might help that. You're not brushing their teeth that they chew them. Okay so I WANNA make a point here because I'm gonNA bring up a good point. I think anyway about good old fashioned bone but it has to be the right type of bone. Doesn't it correct the right type of so. Let's talk about at that because so many people I remember in the early days of wingstop I had a warning on the on the packaging do not feed chicken bones to your dogs. I was so afraid people would feed them to their dogs and they would choke <hes> and I don't think they still have it on there but <hes> but but yeah that was a little tidbit from a wingstop history thank you that's awesome yeah but you but you should not do that right chicken bones they can choke on unless it's fresh chicken right raw chicken. It's really just tell people just to keep it simple. Do not give your dog bones of any foul because they can splinter. I know some people out there say well. If it's raw chicken it's just quicker easier and safer to say just stay away from the bones of any bird okay they splinter they can choke on them. They can get into their stomach. They can puncture the stuff they can cause death not do it. No we don't want to do that. That's why I had that warning I was I was so adamant about it. Okay so what I do is I thank you what I do is is I buy bones that are chopped up <hes> from larger animals like beef bones bison and stuff like that at whole whole foods I think seldom frozen in their frozen section and I give each of my dogs one of those. I don't know like once a month or so. Is that okay it is reserve products that are that are specifically formulated for dogs like you're saying those can be some dogs love that actually pep should probably say a lot of dog love those because yeah pasty and it's it's something that they're yesterday but yeah you need to make sure that it be their products that were designed for dogs. Okay <hes> I always always advise people to stick to things that were designed for dogs rather than just pulling something from the grocery store that where you know you're going to be safe. Do your research because sometimes that can get tricky to well. I'm GONNA ask Dr Jimmy. Norris who I know you know oh well. I'm going to ask him what his take on. It and I will report back next week. How's that sound all right?.

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"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Was it? Sixteen. On my air, Qatar. Eardrums. This is one of the greatest songs ever me. Agreed. Welcome back to on live radio. Everyone. This is Bernadette with diamond gray. Viana Betty, and chose Marie early. We have mobry set in studio with us, and Annette Baker, and Marianne Lochoe, these girls are the founders of nature's played a Dallas bay store that sells plant based meals to go. They have both eaten a plant based diet for over fifteen years and are motivated by the desire to share the benefits of this lifestyle with others over the years, they have educated themselves about nutrition and have applied their learnings to the creation of delicious, healthy meals, and both have over twenty years of business experience in the corporate world, but ultimately decided to pursue their passions for plant based food as entrepreneurs love having you girls. In studio case let's talk about this, how to make eating healthy and make it really super easy this summer because summertime is busy for everyone, and it really seems like less cooking goes on. I know in my home for sure I have. Cooked days. Oh, I mean, we can definitely kids out of town. So that's. Yeah. So, so how can families incorporate more of a plant based diet when they have kids? So specifically, I mean we in in my house, we do really easy things for my ten year old daughter. We do lots of in this, this is so easy to do for the whole family. You can do like burritos and tacos and you can just set out all different fillings, and let the kids, make them the themselves that so different kinds of beans. You can do refried beans kidney beans black beans, and then you can set out different veggies corn cut up bell peppers anything like that. And then some dairy free sour cream. Yes. Some salsa and an unholy, tortillas corn tortillas. You can make bowls same way. Those are super easy one. Oh, coking. Yeah. The most part, and it's I I'm making I'm having a throwback memory here. I used to make veggie tacos all the time with one of our, our meals in the house. You know, like every couple of weeks but see I wasn't completely vegan and I'm not. Completely big. Now, I still eat a little bit of eggs and fish. Sometimes a little bit of dairy. It's really hard for me as an Italian to give up my parmesan reggiano, but I know that dairies bad for you. And I see, you know, is just not the best thing for you to eat, but okay. But so for people out there, this is the point that I think I wanna make personally for people, you know, our listeners is that Rome wasn't built in a day and you don't have to, you know, you don't have to eat plant based every single day. If you don't want to that's the way to get in to this movement. If you will is like having your veggie tacos but using regular sour cream if you want on top absolutely, it is not an all or nothing thing. We are informal mission is to help people eat more plants, and that is absolutely why we do what we do. They're only plants have fiber like out of everything that we can possibly eat. We get we can only get five or from plants there. Also, a lot of nutrients that we need to get from plants that fight disease and keep us healthy. And. And that doesn't mean that the that you can never eat animal products. Yeah. We shoes not to indefinitely believe that the healthiest thing is to eat whole plant foods all the time. But it is healthier just to get the, the nutrients in the fiber, and get the vegetables in your kids, whether it's in a taco or in a burrito, you know, or fresh fruit get just get them to snack on fruit. That's a huge thing, huge. And, you know, and I personally am not a big fruit eater. I don't know if it's because it wasn't available to me a lot. When I was a kid. We always had a lot of salad and pasta too. You know, we never had a lot of fruit, of course, in upstate New York. There's not there's not, there's not a lot of summer. Yes. You know in Texas, you want it. Yeah. Peaches and watermelon and awesome. Yeah. And there's this weird thing where fruit has been demonized because it has because it's high in sugar. Right. It's all of the studies show that your body metabolize sugar. Completely differently than it does added sugar. So you're getting you're getting the natural sugar. You're getting all the fiber with it. All the Fido nutrients fruit is phenomenal. My daughter can eat fruit all day long. And I am super happy out. I was reading an article last week about the importance of items. See so many people don't get enough vitamin C now because of what you said it was that, that, that fruit has been demonized because of the sugar with so many people being on the Keita genyk diet. I actually asked Sean wells last, I guess it was Friday and studio should you supplement vitamin c if you're on Akita genyk diet. And he said, absolutely. Yes. That's just seems crazy since fruit is like our food. I mean, primates survive on fruit. Right. It's a really strange idea. But yes, doing some fruit, but it's limited because of the sugar because you want to stay in ketosis. But, you know, and so many people on the kitchen ick diet eat way too much dairy. They eat. Dirty kito. That's what they call it now. They've even given it a name. I had not heard that, but it makes sense. And there are so many issues with dairy aside from the fact that it doesn't provide any fiber and has a lot of it has so much saturated fat. But that's something that we are really trying to help people with, with some of the alternatives that we brought today like the Nacho cheese and sour cream and ranch dressing that it has the texture and flavor of dairy, and especially I mean, somebody people want to put ranch on everything that would be me. Actually where it it's excellent. You really don't you know, your products are so good? So let's talk about, you know, some of the delicious and easy menu items that you guys are actually featuring this summer. Sure. So the burger patties that we talked about, at the beginning of the show, we are making those throughout the summer, you can pre-order them where you can stop in the store and grab them. But they are veggie burger with texture that holds together and great flavor and they're made from whole foods. Meaning that when you read the ingredient list, you will recognize what read it. Where is it? Got it here. And some of these may not be things that you would keep in your pantry, but they are a real food, and I can explain. Okay, so mushrooms. Yeah. Okay. Mushroom culture. Yeah. But mushrooms, yes, people there, there are some benefits. Mushrooms. Okay, so Tempe. Cultured soybeans so rise. So let's talk about that because so many people go, well, I don't want soy. But this is cultured soy. It's for mental spent whole soybeans. So it's the whole soybean processed soy, you know, they're in. This is also organic non GMO soy, which is makes the difference as well. But there are some soya has also been demonized much like fruit. You're going to get mad. That's what people really do have you, have you heard that, do you avoid soy because you're freida hitting over there. The reasons. But I'll do Tempe. Yes. Came into soy's great. Yeah. Yeah. So it yeah. So he has been demonized, too. But yes, specially for mentored soy and organic non GMO. It's a great source of protein. And those are whole soybeans that have been fermented. They're very minimally processed. But and you've got beets in here and lentils, what was I reading about lentils today that I love one to lentils are so good for you. And you get all I mean. Asaid profile don't you would lentils soy does? So is what Marianne was talking about earlier. And I don't remember if we were on the air or not is that your body builds the proteins that you need from the amino acids? Regardless of whether you take them all in at the same time or not. So the whole like you have to eat all of your whole protein are all of your amino acids, at the same time is has not held up to research. Or to study? But the but lentils do have a lot of protein for sure. They also have a lot of fiber they have iron and other minerals in them as well. So definitely some of the things that people believe are hard to get from plants. Lentils are awesome. They're also pretty neutral and flavor and yeah, give it a good. What is what is it like for you guys when like a newbie comes in? What is that? Like as, as owner can go a couple of different ways. I mean, some people are kind of nervous like they think that they have to be vegan to come. Eat are. Yeah. Which is absolutely not true of our customers aren't via we just want to provide healthy food. So that's one of the things that happens. The other is kind of the discussion. We're having here that they think they're gonna see weird ingredients. Right. So we kind of have to explain through what the ingredients are or where does the food have protein does that type of thing. Yeah. Okay. So I'm just curious getting. So what's your number one seller? Maybe. Your top five bestsellers hop. Five bestseller. So are we make three times of enchiladas? Those are consistently at the top list. They're delicious are classic lasagna. We make marinara from scratch, we make a cheesy pesto sauce from scratch, and it's all in there that has consistently been a top seller. My daughter, my youngest daughter loves your lasagna. Oh, that's, that's your chickpeas spaghetti? Oh, thank you. Yeah. That one that one sells wheel to definitely are the chocolate mint cookies. Have our sellers as well. Yeah. They're like, they're like a healthy girl scout cookie. Yeah. Yeah. Those are gluten free they're made. Do you wanna go over the ingredient list for this, all all of our baked goods are made from whole grain flowers and mostly unrefined sugars, the only refined sugar that you'll find in any of our food is in the chocolate chips, because you can't really find good chocolate chips? Yeah. Refined sugar. And even that, it's, it's just came sugar. Yeah. So, yeah. We have pretty strict standards across the board. And those don't have added oil either. Yeah. And you gotta have a good cookie once in a while. Chip cookie at least once a month. I do for. Sure. And then the Nacho cheese is a big seller to. Yeah. I was going to go back to the mushrooms and the beats, like, normally I probably wouldn't eat those on my own, but finicky but this is really good. And it has both of them. So it's awesome. And that works really well for kids to where if you just like. Yeah, my daughter's not gonna sit down and eat knee beats, but I get her to eat that burger get into eat something else that has beets in it then. She's getting all those wonderful nutrients, because beets are so nutritious. So also important to eat well, and we're gonna continue this conversation of how to make eating healthy and easy this summer as well. Mo bro set. He is currently the director of mindset in nutrition at the adaptive Training Foundation. We're gonna be talking about why fear is necessary head a little bit of fear myself last couple of.

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"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"annette baker" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Is Bernadette with diving gray. I've got Marie early and AVI on about a Antos studio with me and mo- rosette is back this guy. I love him. He's got such great content and energy when he's in the studio as well. So does and that Baker and Marianne lack Laco lake. Oh, Lochoe Laco with a soft a I got it. I got it, but they're the founders of nature's played Dallas base store that sells plant based meals to go, and we're gonna be talking about all kinds of great conversation here about plant based foods vegan, you know, being an omnivore, all those things that people are, are really interested in, they really are so good to have you in studio again. Thank you excited to be here. Yeah. And you brought some veggie burgers to we did there are there new. There are number twenty nine burgers, because it took us ninety nine recipe tests to get really that we wanted them. Yeah. We're, we're really happy with them. Throw me, one of those boys over here. Throw me the box. Actual burton. They do and they smell really good the number twenty nine burgers, we eat a lot of edgy burgers. So I mean, I haven't eaten a regular burger, I don't know the last time I ate, like a real hamburger. It might be twenty years. Yeah. Yeah. So all right. I'm gonna take about. You guys talk amongst yourself. There's cheese over there. Sour. And ranch dressing. Yup. So we're really happy with those two they're all clean ingredients. Cashew based, I'm gonna throw one over for you that you can recognize you don't have anything to drink, though. Do you these are? Show. Good. They really are. I can only imagine them with mustard and pickles, and catch up and lettuce and tomato and warmed up, not Jen. Well, you know, that's the to taste of to test of food. If you can eat it cold and it tastes good. You know it's good. Yes. Absolutely. And those one of the things we're most proud of is they will hold together at in Abban or on the grill. And they've also got a really good list of ingredients there, minimally processed on processed ingredients, like Brown rice, and oats and beats and lentils and ten day, which is just for mentioned before we went live. We were talking about the popularity of the impossible burger, and the beyond meat burgers. So let's talk about the differences assure. So those, I mean they're great in their own way. But what we wanted to do was do because we do whole food plant based. We wanted to do a whole food burger that also held up to the taste test and the texture test. So generally veggie burgers can be a little mushy and not have great texture. Excellent. They really are after jas now a really, really good. Awesome. And so we did go through a lot of taste testing. And a lot of different combinations of those basic ingredients being different kinds of beans, and grains, and trying to get a texture that would hold up. Then we worked on the flavor. After that, like a combination of things that would get us to a burger that also tasted good. But and it also had it's got two hundred twenty calories in the Patty with fourteen grams of protein. So that's also a testament to the fact that you can get a good amount of protein from home foods. You don't have to have the protein isolates and concentrates that are in those other, like processed, burgers. Yeah, these are healthier. They've also got all the fiber and the nutrients from those whole foods. So that's really the difference. Oh, it's a huge difference too, when you're talking really, I mean, you know, you have to keep yourself. Well, a case in point. I've been a little green around the gills I don't wanna get into that conversation right now. But I wasn't taking care of myself, and I had too much stress and I wasn't paying. Attention to it, and it kicked, my you know what? And so you really do have to be very cognizant. And aware of what you put in your body on a daily basis. Yes. And especially if you're stressed out, then it's more important, which most of us are most of the time. So if you can eat. Well, it helps definitely absolutely will, you know, Marie brought up a great point before we went live to. She was talking about. She asked me do I know the difference between plant based vegan and I was like, I think I do, but maybe I don't what's the difference. So I'm gonna let you guys answer the question. So we plant based vegan they do intersect. They're not they're not mutually exclusive. And what we at night. We, we are both we consider ourselves, both plant based tends to be more focused on the nutrition aspect and eating the plant based whole food. It's a diet, where vegan is a lifestyle. So he is you are trying in every way that you possibly can to not use anything that animals were harmed in the process of making. Right. But the big but there, isn't there. Okay. So I'm going to interject for just a second because this is comical, the first vegan I ever met lived on basically orios and potato chips, or French fries. Yes. So you can absolutely be vegan. Ito be as vegan, as you can possibly be and be eating an unhealthy diet. Right. No question, and a lot of people who are vegan for ethical reasons or for environmental reasons they don't care. They're fine with that. And that's you know that's great, but that's not a healthy way to eat. And that's not what a net Nyerere trying to educate people about trying to supply for people. Well, yeah. Because in, in Vegas also, you know, on fortunately gotten this negative connotation. Attached to it that, oh, that, you know, I'm vegan, you know, I'm smarter than you. I'm better than you on. You know, I don't understand because I come into contact with a lot of people who eat plant based solely for nutrition, and people who are solely for ethical reasons. They're all wonderful people. They have their hearts are all in the right play are absolutely are. So we just try it. Like I said, we try to be inclusive. We want everybody to be able to enjoy good food and healthy food food. That's good for the environment and the planet. Well, and there's a good in a bad way to do everything. Right. Yes. Case in point. So a lot of vegans, do eat processed foods and a lot of vegans. Plant based foods is really the optimal vegan diet, where it's plant based, not a bunch of processed foods -absolutely. I mean, I think it's important for all of us to eat a lot of plants, regardless of whether we all plant based, or not, and it's also important for all of us, do not eat processed food, for regardless of what else what we choose to eat. Yeah. I found some contraband in my house a couple of days ago. That's what I call it. It was some flaming hot Cheetos, and fed is definitely. Yeah. Yeah. And I've lost. But but they're being right. Yeah. And it had melted. And g and a blue lake number six and blue or yellow lake number four, whatever the all these I was like, oh, my gosh. So I took a picture of it Senate to the person guilty and said, what are these even doing in the house? Why are you trying to kill me? You know. I sent my kids, a picture, once of they had borrowed my car, and there was a Sonics sprawl wrapper on the front seat. And I was like, what is this? Yeah. What are you eating? Yeah. And kids are going to do that. They are because I mean, I you know, I mean, flaming hot Cheetos, does it get any better than that, actually. Never eaten flaming hot. Because those came out after I had already stopped eating. We were already vegan, so. Yeah, I don't know. I saw some I was in whole foods yesterday actually, for probably an hour and a half to shopping around and I found some amazing new products. And one of them was, I don't I can't think of it. I bought the bag actually about two bags and put him in my little little drawer, where I keep all my crunchy stuff, you know. And it was fascinating. I wish I could remember I hate it when I can't remember but they were made out of something they look like Cheetos, but they were made out of something that, that would never be an Cheeto cold, lesser evil. Yes. What is it? They're kind of they, they have these paleo puffs, you know, put me and my wife are both nutritious as well. She loves those paleo. Okay. The, the company's called lesser evil cancer. What's in it? But it's, it's non dairy, and I think it might be vegan. I'm not sure. But it's, it's so clean, and it tastes just like she does what are the main ingredients? Look it up. That's very cool. Yeah. I think I'm. Yeah. Where they made out of potatoes or something organic potatoes. I don't know. We'll figure it out and I will will bring a bowl in. Dangerous. It is dangerous. My point is the reason I brought it up is because, you know, even if I eat really, really healthy, I still love good quality snacky foods that give me that Chitose satisfaction. If you will go Kosov, I believe. Yes. Okay. Well, they made another one that they just that's one of them. But there was another anew this thing. No cheese cheesiness. Yeah, yeah, they're really good. I've had those but the ones the ones that I found yesterday at whole foods, they're made by the same company, but they have a different name. But I'll figure it out. But we've got an incredible show. Coming up today. It's so great to have all you guys studio. We've got Mowbray set. He is currently the director of mindset in nutrition at the adaptive Training Foundation. He's going to be talking about why fear is necessary and reframing self talk to reach your goals. We're going to continue our conversation from last week and Annette Baker, and Marianne lock o or are the founders of nature's plate a Dallas based restaurant chain that sells. Plant based meals to go..

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"annette baker" Discussed on KTOK

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"annette baker" Discussed on KTOK

"Newsradio one thousand Haiti okay? X x y FM ninety six point one HD to Oklahoma City. We expect a soon hear more about the grounding of a popular jetliner Calvin, right? The KT. Okay. News center, the acting. Here's the FAA to Capitol Hill this afternoon to testify in the grounding of Boeing seven thirty-seven, max jets. Here's Rachel Sutherland, the FAA has been testing proposed changes to flight control software on the 737 max suspected in two overseas crashes that killed three hundred forty six people. That's according to prepare remarks and acting FAA administrator Daniel L, well, it goes before a Senate subcommittee this afternoon. The change was submitted to the FAA by bowling in January before the second crash of a seven thirty seven max earlier this month also expected it. Today's hearing plans to significantly revamped the oversight of playing construction a woman killed this morning crash. US highway two seventy north Holden Ville irate patrol reports. Fifty eight-year-old Annette Baker of Holden Bill failed to yield at a stop sign. Was hit by another vehicle pronounced dead at the scene a Texas track. Coach won't be preying on young girls anymore. Here's Beth Myers a private track. Coach from Colleen Texas has pleaded guilty to assaulting a girl that he took to Tulsa to meet with college coaches tells the US attorney Trent shores, call Fifty-six-year-old Carey Sloan a wolf in sheep's clothing Sloan admits he sexually assaulted the girl in Tulsa hotel. The victim made a nine one one call on the return trip and Sloan was arrested Schorr says other victims dating back to nineteen ninety have come forward alleging that they were also groomed and assaulted by Sloan sure says loans days of praying on unsuspected families and their daughters are over no e cigarettes on school.

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