Megan May

Values First, Then We Feast

Using her experience with food as medicine is Auckland, New Zealand’s Little Bird Organics founder, Megan May. She takes us back to the start of her journey into plant-based eating, gives a message to omnivores, and offers some advice on how to create your personal diet through investigating your most important values.

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About Megan

Megan May is the chef and creator of Little Bird Organics and the Unbakery cafes. Her passion for organic plant-based wholefoods comes from growing up on an organic farm, studying environmental science, and overcoming allergies and other health-related issues with a mostly raw plant-based diet. She wholeheartedly believes that we can enhance our health and improve environmental sustainability by embracing a plant-based diet. Her delicious wholefoods recipes cater to anyone with a love of healthy, great-tasting food.

Show Notes


  • Sustainability, the environment, animal rights and how we choose our food 
  • A message for the omnivores
  • Cravings VS the best foods for you
  • What is intuitive eating?
  • How cleanses are part of the journey
  • Investigating your allergies and why it’s important 
  • The importance of protein and best practices for plant-based proteins
  • Typical pitfalls for those new to plant-based diets
  • How she balances work and life
  • Experiences in the spiritual
  • Cleanses:
  • “Medical practitioners are fantastic but you are in partnership with them. You’re in control and responsible for your health at the end of the day, they aren’t.” - Megan May



This podcast is for informational purposes only and not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician.

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