Today we talk with Sadrah Schadel about eating plant-based, made easy. And we talk with DeWone Bennett about overcoming adverse childhood experiences.
Eating Plant-Based Made Easy
Sadrah Schadel is the co-founder of No Evil Foods. They make small batch plant meats from scratch and by hand, updating a centuries old tradition to create powerful and innovative plant-based proteins. And they do it all with organic & non-GMO ingredients. Today Sadrah talks with us about eating plant-based, made easy! Which for most, this is a huge hurdle when eating more plant-based. It can be difficult to navigate where to start and what kind of foods to eat to make sure you are getting all the nutrients your body needs.
Sadrah tells us where we can get the most protein from non-animal products. Certain veggies and legumes actually have all the protein you need on a daily basis. And with No Evil Foods, you get the taste and texture of meat so you can get your fix if it’s something that you miss. The one thing you have to be careful with when it comes to meat alternatives, is the ingredient list. The longer the list of ingredients, most likely, the quality is not so great. At No Evil Foods, their ingredient list is short and health conscience. You can find where to get No Evil Foods in your area, here.
Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences
DeWone Bennett joins us today to talk about some of the circumstances that are considered “adverse” as a child, and how it is possible to get through them. DeWone Bennett is a licensed professional counselor with over 10 years of experience. He talks with us today about specific childhood experiences that could have adverse or negative effects on a child. This could be a divorce, a death, mental illness, bullying, and so much more.
Children really are products of their environment. Things they see and witness will be what they carry into their future lives. A lot of the time, adversities are extremely hard to completely overcome. DeWone talks with us about how adversity can also do the opposite, and make a person come out stronger.