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Let's Get Healthier, and Stay Healthier, Together. 

ICP 23: Nelson Campbell

Acting with integrity, compassion and sharing the truth

As passionate as his brother Thomas Campbell, MD and his Father T. Colin Campbell, PhD., Nelson Campbell has carved out a specialty within Plant-based nutrition through educating individuals at the grassroots level. In the Movie PlantPure Nation, he chronicles his attempt in trying to pass legislation in the state of Kentucky to help people become healthier. He and his wife Kim are also known to implement short plant-based interventions within communities or companies to show people the power of plant-based nutrition.

 

Nelson presents a diplomatic and mature attitude with his work and a focus on the long-term picture. Like health, he realizes this societal and political struggle with policies affecting our health will take time to change. And I’m thankful that he is in it for the long haul.

 

I’d like to thank Teresa Kopel as the newest patron of the Podcast and announce a new ranking milestone. Let me preface this by saying that the ranking for this and all podcasts do change on a daily basis, this podcast was ranked 36 out of thousands of podcasts on this particular hosting site. This is your fault, guys! I love it, and you must love it too. It brings me great satisfaction to see these numbers but also knowing that people are enjoying and hopefully learning something from the content.

 

I hope you enjoy our conversation, on Episode 23 with Nelson Campbell.

 

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Intro Music Credit: "Easy Living" by Birocratic http://birocratic.bandcamp.com

More information on Nelson Campebll and his work: https://www.plantpurenation.com/

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