Join us with Caryn Hartglass, Co-founder of the non-profit Responsible Eating And Living (REAL).
Here’s what you’ll find out:
- How to overcome advanced ovarian cancer.
- How diet is not the cure for everything.
- Tips and tricks to get more of those greens in your diet.
About Our Guest:
Caryn Hartglass combines science with practical knowledge from real life experiences lecturing about the healing benefits of a plant-based diet. Caryn is a co-founder of the nonprofit Responsible Eating And Living (REAL). She obtained T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell’s Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate.
She’s co-director of nutrition course programs at the Food Revolution Network and editor of the Food Revolution Family Cookbook. She has appeared on Dr. Oz, Geraldo At Large, 20-20 and CNN, and hosts the weekly It’s All About Food show on the Progressive Radio Network. With Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering from Bucknell University, she worked in the semiconductor industry for 20 years.
A classically trained singer, she has performed in opera and musicals in the United States and abroad and won two international voice competitions (France, South Africa). An ovarian cancer survivor, she’s a contributor to 25 Women Who Survived Cancer: Notable Women Share Inspiring Stories of Hope, along with Robin Roberts, Fran Drescher, and Patti LuPone. Caryn and her life partner Gary De Mattei produced the documentary,
The Lone Vegan Preaching to the Fire, about Caryn speaking to 250 cattle producers about animal agriculture’s impact on climate change. Visit her online at https://