Episode 13

Chris Kendall “Baby I Like it Raw” the Raw Advantage

Published on: 13th October, 2023

Chris Kendall is a Registered Holistic nutritionist, Health Coach and long time skateboarder.  I guarantee you will  hang off his every word because he walks his talk. His story of transformation is inspiring. 


Chris is raw vegan. I decided to review some of the books and videos I had to do a deep dive into raw veganism for this interview and still learned something new speaking to him.  Chris tells the story of how being Vegan helped him recover from a horrible motorbike accident, he and his girlfriend had.  


The first thing I noticed, not sure why I hadn't noticed it before is that most raw vegan people have amazing energy, clear eyes, and flawless skin. But the most important thing to me is that they project  clarity and love for humanity.  Even in my communication with Chris by email and texting,  his enthusiasm and love for humanity comes through in a big way.  I want some of that energy! Humanity needs that energy. The modern American diet, (MAD) Is flawed and not healthy. All we must do is look at the epidemic of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.  Chris is a dynamic high energy being, our conversation covered these topics;


1.    Fasting  

2.   Raw benefits of Raw Food nutrition

3.    Breathing

4.   Yoga

5.   Microbiome 

6.   Global Pandemic/ building immunity using fruit

7.   Vegan lifestyle and family 

8.   Honeybees

9.    Animal trauma motivates vegans to become activist.

10.   Buddha significance 

11.   Calm Mind

12.   Way of the Peaceful Warrior  movie 

13.   Blue zone

14.   Rwanda, community

15. Olive oils 

16. Benefits of whole foods

17.   Sodium high and blood pressure

18.  His accident and recovery 




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Empathetic Witness
Personal stories that will encourage and motivate listeners to thrive rather than survive
Season 1 of Empathetic Witness produced seventeen (17) episodes and was my debut into the podcast world. I found the process to be exciting and exhilarating. The podcasts satiated by curious nature, aided me in meeting and getting to know new people, and discovering new knowledge and information. Sharing is an important part of Indigenous Peoples ways of being and doing. I want to share the experience of discovery of new skills and the feeling of purpose and a reason to be and to wake up each day with podcast listeners.
Empathetic Witness wants you to challenge assumptions about Indigenous Peoples. It encourages Indigenous and non-Indigenous persons to embrace true reconciliation as we examine truths, explore reparations, and show up in the world willing to learn and accept the responsibility of reconciliation. Empathetic Witness addresses a whole array of topics encompassing the impact of the creation of residential schools, cultural genocide, the Indian Act, mental health, resilience, and survival. The end goal is to have every listener finish the podcast of the day with a sense of hope and optimism no matter how difficult the conversation.
Each podcast is an hour long. Listening can occur in a commute to and from work, a road trip, an hour set aside for self actualization, or even while preparing a meal.
All podcasts involve conversations with Indigenous people who share their experiences and honour each and everyone of us with their enthusiasm, presence, and wisdom.  
Season 2 has begun with the same enthusiasm and a new focus. The new focus will include generating more podcasts with a larger audience and an expansion of learnings.  
The initial 1st season had a vision of supporting Seventh Generation Indigenous Foundation and Training (GIFT) seventhgift.ca and its focus was trauma related.

The 2nd season will concentrate solely on Empathetic Witness and its journey. It will include less conversations on addictions and trauma and will concentrate more on triumph and resilience. Empathetic Witness guest will be inspirational First Nation community leaders who will share personal stories that will encourage and motivate listeners to thrive rather than survive. 
Future episodes will include interviews with a human rights activist from Lima Peru, an Indigenous Musician, a Dene language keeper, a political leader on economic development, exciting and motivating First Nations self-sufficiency narratives, and much more.
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