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Aug 13, 2019

This week on the podcast you’ll meet Aggie and Kasia, the Plant Powered Mothers.

Come and join us as I ask them about their transitions to a plant-based lifestyle and the advocacy they do through the Plant Powered Mothers podcast. You can find them at

After a decent gap between episodes here is a conversation with 2 first cousins focused on “helping other mums to make informed decisions about the food they eat and the food they feed their families”.

Aggie is an intensive care nurse who struggles because the Intensive Care treatment model does not teach patients how to reverse or prevent chronic disease. Once Aggie discovered the many benefits of a wholefood plant-based diet she completed the certificate in Plant Based Nutrition through eCornell University to help educate and guide others to make the connection between food and disease. As a wife and mother of three, Aggie tells a great story of her family’s transition to a plant-based lifestyle.

Kasia has a background in writing and is also a wife and mother of three. Her passion for plant-based nutrition began after her husband treated his high blood pressure very successfully with dietary change. After Kasia’s mother died at 44 from a stroke she worried about having inherited bad genes but has since learnt how effectively an entirely plant-based diet heals the human body and prevents disease. By cutting out all animal products from her families diet, they have all been far healthier.

These women are doing a great job telling their stories and inspiring mums to improve what they are eating and serving to their families. And you don’t have to be a mother to listen to this one. Whatever your role in life, in this podcast you’ll hear some great ways of thinking about the plant-based lifestyle. Aggie and Kasia keep it simple, tell stories, bounce off each other for inspiration and, best of all, are building community around a plant-powered lifestyle, something that can help us all.

In this episode Kasia and Aggie talk about:

  • Each of their plant-based diet transition experiences
  • The powerful effects their family members have observed
  • The general boost in the energy of their families
  • The benefit of having each other in their transition to a plant-based diet
  • How they now handle eating with family and friends
  • The best ways to deal with kid’s birthday parties and snacks
  • Their advocacy through the Plant Powered Mothers podcast and social media
  • Some of their favourite plant-based meals
  • And many other things

You can find Kasia and Aggie at

Please also follow them on Instagram and on Facebook. You can also join their Facebook group here.

After the interview, you'll hear about an exciting, informative and free online summit that is coming up from August 31st to September 8th 2019. It is a series of 29 full-length interviews with many well-known advocates for plant-based eating. Listen to this podcast to hear more or simply go to

Please enjoy listening to Kasia and Aggie, the Plant Powered Mothers.


Live well, feel well, do well.


Andrew Davies



About the New Normal Project podcast: The podcast is aimed to inspire and empower you to live your most plant-based, body-moving and mind-focused lifestyle, by hearing about healthy lifestyle pillars such as nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, sleep, connection and purpose. I hope you’ll glean insights to help you make choices about your habits so you become more healthy, fulfilled and conscious.



Links to people, organisations & other resources mentioned

Plant Powered Mothers website

Plant Powered Mothers on Facebook

Plant Powered Mothers Tribe on Facebook

Plant Powered Mothers on Instagram: @plantpoweredmothers

Documentary “Vegucated”

Book “Forks Over Knives - The Cook Book”

Plant-Based Nutrition eCornell Certificate Program

Episode 54 of New Normal Project podcast with Ashley Jubinville

Plant Fit Summit

Episode 45 of New Normal Project podcast with Neal Barnard

Episode 51 of New Normal Project podcast with Alan Desmond

New Normal Project podcast

New Normal Project website

New Normal Project on Facebook

New Normal Project on Instagram: @newnormalproject

New Normal Project on Twitter: @newnormalproj

Email Andrew Davies:

Andrew Davies on Instagram: @andrewdavies66

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