Sep 29, 2016
Mark Dillon is host of Mark Dillon’s Plant-Based Conversations podcast (formerly the Mindful Vegan podcast). He has a wide range of impressive guests - doctors, chefs, and people who may surprise you as being vegans. In today’s episode, Mark discusses his own journey to becoming a vegan, and shares his animal rescue story.
Mark Dillon mentions three major reasons why people become vegan
Mark was surprised to find at a recent event how many people considered veganism for environmental reasons.
Mark mentions two dogs. His dog Maggie (mainly labrador), and his fiance Ingrid’s dog, Moxie (mainly pit bull).
Dr. Michael Greger is the author of How Not to Die
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