Welcome back to another episode of the SoFlo Vegans Podcast. I’m your host and founder of SoFlo Vegans, Sean Russell. In this episode, we speak with Geoff Palmer, founder, and CEO of Clean Machine… Also returning as co-host is our Media Coordinator, Alba Mendez.
In this episode, we discuss…
Geoff’s 35-year journey as a vegan, B12 and why it’s important to nutrition and health, exciting research further supporting the advantages of a plant-based diet and some common misconception regarding protein and other areas of veganism.
Topics Discussed with Geoff Palmer
- Vegan journey 35 yrs as a vegan
- What is Clean Machine?
- B12 and why it is important in nutrition and health
- The research behind this aquatic Lentein AKA Duckweed/bayroot
- How you got involved in the research
- Properties of this aquatic Lentein (proteins, omegas, etc.)
- What is Lentein?
- How ill it revolutionize the B12 market
- How to consume it?
Episode Sponsor: Yello Creative Arts and Event Center
This episode of the SoFlo Vegans podcast was made possible by Yello Creative Arts and Event Center. They were kind enough to let us record at their facility. Be sure to sign up for a dance class, grab lunch from our vegan café, or head to Studio Z for their next exciting event! Go to yellofl.com for more information.
About SoFlo Vegans Podcast
The SoFlo Vegans Podcast is your gateway to what’s happening in the world of veganism. We feature prominent names in the global vegan community including the likes of Earthling Ed, Ingrid Newkirk, Dr. Michael Klapper, and also showcase leaders in the South Florida community, providing answers to your questions about going or staying vegan. Listeners can submit questions using our voice line and hear their questions featured on our show.
About Sean Russell
Sean Russell is an entrepreneur, media producer and founder of SoFlo Vegans. He’s been producing podcasts since 2007 and is dedicated to teaching leaders effective communications through his company, Lesaruss Media.
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