Busting Vegan Myths Everywhere!
Ellen is a sought-after popular professional keynote speaker who runs a thriving business on the lecture circuit. As a former 2-time Emmy-winning TV investigative/consumer reporter turned media consultant and nationally ranked sprinter, she's placed in over 250 5K or longer races for her age group. She wows and engages audiences at foodfests, health fairs, book festivals and many other venues.
As an almost 70-year-old who often gets told she looks 50, her talks and 6 books, published with the oldest and largest vegan publisher in the US, repeatedly inspire the masses who want to model her healthy, fun and energetic lifestyle at any age. She is a certified running coach with Road Runners Club of America...the oldest and largest running organization in the US.
She is legendary in engaging her audiences and conducting her Q and A while holding a plank contest. Her record was 10 minutes at the Tampa Vegfest. She has coached high school girls cross country and track.
Ellen was a 2-time Emmy-winning TV investigative reporter for 18 years, while she watched her mom, aunt and both sisters get breast cancer. Her family became part of the original BRCA1 and BRCA2 breast cancer gene studies. Figuring out how to beat her genes and continue remaining the only adult female in her family without cancer became the investigative reporting job of her life. At the age of 28, she almost died of a colon blockage and saved herself from a hysterectomy by going on a vegan diet.
As someone who hated running in grade school and beyond, she started running in her twenties to try and keep a lifelong obesity problem under control. In her fifties, she found that at races, many meat-eaters were developing arthritis and women who used to beat her were no longer racing. She has competed and placed nationally in multiple events in the National Senior Games. She ranked 3rd in 2019 in the USW65-69 4x100 meters, 5th in the 800 meters and 7th in the 1500 and 400 meters. She's done 2 marathons and 12 half marathons since 2011, something most sprinters with her speed don't ever do.
Terrified of heights, 13th in all women over 65 who ran w/ 7500 others, Tampa's Skyway Bridge 10K, one of the highest/longest US bridges.
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Discover essential strategies for the single vegan cook, including how to set up a kitchen for one, plan exciting meals and menus, shop for fresh produce, choose the right tools and equipment, trim prep time, and save money.
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Anyone who wants to be more active but doesn’t think they’re athletic enough to pull it off will rejoice. Packed with practical information and achievable programs for both aerobic and weight-bearing exercise, this book provides enough great tips to motivate even the most avowed couch potato.
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