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32 Jessica Murnane on a Plant Based Diet and Endometriosis

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Jessica Murnane on a Plant Based Diet and Endometriosis

Jessica Murnane on a Plant Based Diet and Endometriosis

Jessica Murnane, our guest this week, discusses how a diagnosis of endometriosis led her to where she is today, the different treatment options she’s tried over the course of her disease, and how the experience of changing her diet challenged her, and changed her life.

She talks about why altering her diet changed her relationship with food and eating, and defines plant-based and veganism, and the difference between the two.

In this episode we chat about a plant-based diet, endometriosis, and she shares details about her newest project.

Jessica is creator of the One Part Plant movement, author of the One Part Plant Cookbook, host of the One Part Podcast, and founder of Know Your Endo. 

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Guest Information

Website: onepartplant.com

Instagram: @jessicamurnane

Podcast: One Part Podcast

Jessica Murnane is the creator of the One Part Plant movement and author of the One Part Cookbook (she’s working to get everyone on this planet to start eating one plant-based meal each day), host of the One Part Podcast (she loves asking inspiring people the tough questions), and founder of Know Your Endo, the soon-to-be launched website for education, awareness, and support for women living with endometriosis.

Jessica has contributed to and appeared magazines and websites, including Bon Appétit, Goop, and Mind Body Green. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, son, and lots of palm trees.


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Jessica Murnane on a Plant Based Diet and Endometriosis


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