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There are so many diets...or... eating disorders out there in the world. Vegan, paleo, vegetarian, the list goes on and on. On this week's episode of Eating Disorder Spyro, Paul, Adam and some guests chat all about these different types of diets and wonder, quite frankly, if any of them are worth the trouble. They also discuss the impeding human decline due to most of the population sitting in chairs and standing at computers all day. This program was sponsored by Roberta's Pizza

"Raw foodists are .....lazy!" [27:00]

--Adam Velez on Eating Disorder


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This week on Eating Disorder, the group discusses foodiness and how everyone wants to stamp "artisanal" or "craft" on their products. We're joined in the studio by chef Ed Carew, executive chef at Spasso in New York City's West Village. This program has been sponsored by Roberta's.

"People forgot that cooking is a craft...it's something that has to be worked at." [7:15]

--Paul Gerard on Eating Disorder


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Learn about the history of vegetarianism and veganism with Rynn Berry. Rynn joins Linda Pelaccio in the studio to talk vegetables, raw food, and animal rights. Rynn is a historical adviser to the North American Vegetarian Society and is on the Advisory Board of Earth Save. In his lectures, articles, and books, he has specialized in the study of vegetarianism from an historical perspective. Tune into this episode to hear Rynn and Linda discuss the cultural and religious significance of a plant-based diet. Why has vegetarianism become popular in the past fifty years? Learn about the historical link between vegetarians and abolitionists, and the health considerations of a meat-heavy lifestyle. Listen in to learn about some famous vegetarians throughout history! This program has been brought to you by Whole Foods.

"Vegetarianism often has a religious impetus; it is not entirely a secular movement." [12:25]

"People have been consuming raw food for eons. Cooking food was not financially expedient until recently." [24:50]

-- Rynn Berry on A Taste of the Past


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