009 Mike Bello and Andy Kunz – The Amazing Benefits of Microgreens

Living the Yoga Life

009 Mike Bello and Andy Kunz – The Amazing…

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IN THIS EPISODE OF PRACTICALLY CONSCIOUS,

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I TALK WITH MIKE BELLO AND ANDY KUNZ,

the founders of Premium Microgreens.  We discuss how they got into healthy living and eating and the amazing benefits of microgreens compared to other fruits and vegetables.

You’ll hear tips for moving to a plant based organic diet, the importance of reading labels when making educated food decisions, and other ways you can live a holistic lifestyle.

A number of studies come up, which you can find on Mike and Andy’s website Premium Microgreens.  Additionally, Mike mentions books by Dr Caldwell Esselstyn.

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Namaste Everybody!

-Chris

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Chris Brown

Chris has been practicing both yoga and architecture for over 15 years. He combines them in his Yoga and Design for Conscious Living blog, and believes that the essence of yoga is found in the quality of the relationships we build with ourselves, others, and the world.

2 COMMENTS
  • Matt
    Reply

    What ever happened to these guys and their business/website premiummicrogreens.com?

    1. Chris Brown
      Reply

      They’ve had trouble getting approvals from Whole Foods, but continue to sell at farmer’s markets in the Washington DC area.

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