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iEat Green with Bhavani Podcast on Progressive Radio Network

“iEat Green with Bhavani” Radio Show on PRN

Join Bhavani every Thursday from 10-11 AM EST for her radio show, iEat Green with Bhavani on the Progressive Radio Network.  Go to PRN.fm and click the “Listen Live” button. Or, if you prefer, listen on the phone by calling 712-775-6850.

Every week, Bhavani helps listeners explore ways in which to live a more sustainable life! Listen in for healthy recipes, dynamic guest interviews, and engaging discussions of issues surrounding our food system, sustainability, health, the environment and the building of community.

If you want to call in during the show with any questions for me or my guest, the call-in number is 888-874-4888. If you are listening to the podcast after the live broadcast, you can still ask me a question by leaving me a voicemail message at 862-800-6805. Just remember to say your name, what show you’re calling about (iEat Green with Bhavani), and your question. The message will be passed on to me, and I will get back to you.

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Radio Podcast Archive:

iEat Green Shares Interview with Penelope Jean Hayes and Carole Serene Borgens, who together created the book, “Do Unto Earth: It’s Not Too Late.”

Hi Everyone, Yesterday I had a great conversation with Penelope Jean Hayes and Carole Serene Borgens, about their book, Do Unto Earth: It’s Not Too Late. Carole Serene Borgens is a Channeler and Medium, and she communicates directly with the … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Natalie Flores, Founder of Nourish LA!

Yesterday I had an inspirational conversation with Natalie Flores about how she started Nourish LA., a community hub that intercepts food before it enters the waste stream, and re-directs it to people who are in need. As an urban farmer, … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Boris Fishman, Author of “Savage Feast”

Hi All, I just finished a great interview with Boris Fishman, author of a new memoir called Savage Feast; Three Generations, Two Continents, and a Dinner Table. His story of immigrating to America as a young boy, while being very … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Barbara Storper, National Award-Winning Nutritionist and Founder of FoodPlay.

Barbara Storper, National Award-Winning Nutritionist and Founder of FoodPlay, Joined Bhavani on the Progressive Radio Network! I just finished my interview with Barbara Storper, MS, RD, and had such a nice conversation about the state of our food system, kids … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Richard Schwartz, Author of ‘Vegan Revolution: Saving the World. Revitalizing Judaism’

Hi All, This past week I interviewed Richard Schwartz about his new book, Vegan Revolution: Saving the World. Revitalizing Judaism. Richard has been promoting a vegan diet for most of his adult life, and is passionate about sharing his knowledge … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Iain Tolhurst, Founder of Tolhurst Organic Farm in the UK!

I just finished my interview with Iain Tolhurst, better known as Tolly to his friends, and learned so much about his farm. Tolly has been running Tolhurst Organic Farm in the UK for the past 30 years, and what sets … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Amie Hamlin, Executive Director of the Coalition for Healthy School Food

Amie Hamlin Joined Bhavani on the Progressive Radio Network! This past week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Amie Hamlin, the co-founder of  The Coalition for Healthy School Food, and the person responsible for making it all happen!  When the … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Caryn Hartglass, Fellow PRN Host and Co-Founder of REAL!

It was wonderful to have Caryn as a guest on my show this past Thursday. Caryn has been vegan for 32 years, and is an advocate for healthy, plant based eating. Her knowledge and passion is contagious, and she leads … Read More