Positive momentum towards health - on your own terms

Become a survivor!

Get the first word on new shows and guests before anyone else

Latest Playlist

Your Episode Is Below

Tactical vegan cooking with Jason Wrobel – Episode 015

Tactical vegan cooking with Jason Wrobel – Episode 015

Eaternity by Jason WrobelEvery non-vegan should own at least one vegan cookbook. And as celebrity chef Jason Wrobel’s new cookbook Eaternity starts with a milkshake recipe for a better sex life, this cookbook might be a great place to start.

Jason says cooking shouldn’t be about labeling what kind of eater you are (vegetarian, paleo, organic, etc…) – it should be about the quality, presentation, and taste of what goes into your body, and who you share it with. To that end, he’s written a jam-packed cooking and nutritional resource for everyone, that just so happens to be completely vegan.

For anyone looking to lose weight, sleep better, or increase your sex drive, Eaternity is a tactical recipe book organized around any number of goals you may have for your personal health journey.

Jason calls it a “choose your own adventure” book.

As Eternity is a vegan resource, it will help you reduce your dependence on a hormone tainted meat supply, remove dairy with potential allergens,and explore plant-based detoxing, even if you have no long-term interest in ethical veganism.

Topics in this show include:

  • Jasons Wrobel’s start in the city of the Detroit (Yes, Detroit, Detroit)
  • Edging into veganism after overcoming a personal health challenge
  • Food as fuel for something greater – why Eaternity is written with the end goal of the body’s benefit in mind
  • The importance of a technology free morning routine – Jason shares his routine for being grounded, getting more done, and feeling better about life
  • How Jason used specific nutritional testing and an eating plan to personally overcome depression
  • Addressing the issue of B12 deficiencies in vegans, vegetarians, and how even meat eaters don’t get a pass on B vitamin shortages
  • Why what we eat affects how we feel, and how we’re already eating to improve our mood, often in the wrong ways
  • Jason’s top three food ingredients for less than healthy mood boosts
  • Why we turn to snack foods in times of stress
  • The correlations between mineral deficiencies and sugar cravings
  • Why personal life change is an hormonal experience
  • Eating for better sleep: some ingredients, recipes, nutritional strategies, and other tips to get a better night’s rest
  • Jason myth-busts sleep, turkey, tryptophan, and proteins and meat
  • Alkaline versus acidic protein sources
  • Junk food veganism and junk food vegetarianism
  • Jason’s upcoming online course for implementing cooking and nutritional strategies
  • How Jason is the Taylor Swift of veganism
  • Jason Wrobel – former mid-western punk rocker, and dedicated cat aficionado
  • Eastern market and Detroit as a place for food culture revivalism
  • Jason coming to Vegfest in Novi, Michigan and Wanderlust – and other stops on the book tour

Related Resources:

Order your copy of Eaternity (Amazon)


The J-Wro Show

What do you think?

Tell us what you loved or hated about this episode in the comments below.
Or make it private in our feedback form.

Become a Survivor and subscribe!

Click here --> Get notified of new shows and other fun stuff via your email.

One Response to Tactical vegan cooking with Jason Wrobel – Episode 015

  1. Great interview! Really good points, entertaining, and nice shedding of light to areas most of us are ignorant when it comes to the plant based diet. I could never say too much of Dr. Ward. Simply amazing!

Leave a reply

Hormone dystopia: artificial evolution of modern men and women? – Episode 009

Hormone dystopia: artificial evolution of modern men and women? – Episode 009

We’re experiencing an artificial hormone evolution. Or is it a hormone revolution? The concentration and distribution of hormones in both males and females is changing. What’s causing this change? And what does this shift mean for men and women, society and culture? Despite what you learned at your last workplace sensitivity training, there are real… Continue Reading