Lani Muelrath is one of the world's most accomplished wellness and fitness coaches. She combines cutting edge scientific research on fitness, diet, and mindset with an encyclopedic knowledge of behavorial science with a lifetime of experience helping people achieve health and happiness.
And now that she's making her third appearance on the Plant Yourself Podcast, I don't think I can call her a “guest” anymore. She's now a regular.
Her latest book, The Plant-Based Journey, to which T. Colin Campbell and I have the honor of contributing a foreword, comes out on September 15, which is tomorrow as I write this. She's offering a bunch of bonuses as incentives to pre-order, so if you're an early listener to this podcast, you still have an opportunity to make your online purchase and grab some goodies.
In our conversation, we cover:
- why Lani wrote The Plant-Based Journey
- the biggest challenges and obstacles to effective lifestyle change
- the hidden dangers of exciting, inspiring immersion events
- the value of meal templates rather than recipes
- lifestyle lessons from Everest
- the difference between food addictions and addictive foods
- dietary disinhibition and learning to juggle
- the unicycle principle of learning
- lifestyle insights from behavioral economics: status quo bias and loss aversion
- Lani's subtle battle with dark chocolate
- and much more…
Enjoy, add your voice to the conversation via the comment box below, and please share – that's how we spread our message and spread our roots.
The Plant Yourself Podcast theme music, “Dance of Peace (Sabali Don),” is generously provided by Will Ridenour, a kora player from North Carolina who has trained with top Senegalese musicians.
It can be found on his first CD, titled Will Ridenour.
You can learn about Will, listen to more tracks, and buy music on his website, WillRidenour.com.