Apr 1, 2018
In this interesting conversation we discuss why JL became vegan, how she integrates her beliefs into her business, how she learned to cook and create cookbooks and her experience with fat shaming in the vegan community. I hope that you learn a lot from this conversation and I would love to hear what you think about fat shaming as well as health shaming in the vegan community!
JL Fields is a vegan lifestyle coach & educator, Food for Life instructor, personal chef, career coach, and a corporate consultant offering wellness training, brand representation, and strategic planning services. She is the author of Vegan Pressure Cooking: Delicious Beans, Grains, and One-Pot Meals in Minutes (Fair Winds Press, January 2015), co-author of Vegan for Her: The Woman’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant- Based Diet (Da Capo Lifelong Books, July 2013), contributor to The Book of T.O.F.U. (2016) and Running, Eating, Thinking: A Vegan Anthology (Lantern Books, May 2014), writes the monthly vegan dining review for the Colorado Springs Gazette, produces and hosts the radio show Easy Vegan on KCMJ 93.9FM Colorado Springs (syndicated on WADR 103.5 FM Janesville, WI and streams globally), and is a food, health and wellness freelance writer.
A devoted culinary student, JL has studied at the Natural Gourmet Institute and Organic Avenue, and completed the Intensive Study Program at The Christina Pirello School of Natural Cooking and Integrative Health Studies. She is certified by – and on the faculty of – the Main Street Vegan Academy, is certified as a Food for Life Instructor by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and holds a Master of Science degree.
Find JL at www.jlgoesvegan.com
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