Tim Kaufman - Rantings of a Former Fat Man!

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Tim Kaufman - www.fatmanrants.com
Tim is known in the Plant-Based World as The Rantings of a Former Fat Man! He is so positive….. his your mantra on his website: Change Your Diet, Change Your Life - Eat plants and move your body, all ya gotta do is a little more than ya did yesterday….This just sums up what we have to do.


Questions
You were diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) in your early twenties. You were in chronic pain most. What is this? Tell us about your experience!

What was your highest weight? At your highest weight, what was your BMI?

What other health issues were you faced with?

Talk about your addictions…. What impact did it have on your life?

So what did your doctors say or do for you along this journey?

So how did you learn about being plant based? What made you change? What was your ah-ha moment where the light bulb clicked?

How much weight have you lost?

Did the doctors support you to change your diet?

Do you have loose skin? Has your skin gone down?

What made you want to change?

What are you most proud of?

On your website...you have a section called the excuse smashers...I LOVE THIS!
How did you come up with this idea?

What are your top 3 favorite excuses?

Gives a day in the life of Tim Kaufman…. What do you eat in a day?

Give us some of your personal “FAVS”.... (dishes that you can’t live without?)

What advice can you give to those who are just starting out plant based?



Tim Kaufman was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) in his early twenties. He was in chronic pain most of his life. By the time he had reached the age of 37 he was addicted to Fentynal, alcohol, and fast food. At over 400 pounds he was unable to perform simple daily tasks. He had many chronic health issues and was almost immobile. He had lost his interest in life and had almost given up. Tim started a journey to regain his health. He started to change one small thing at a time. He is now an athlete that thrives on a plant-based whole food lifestyle and leads a healthy, happy, productive, and very active life that is free of all medications he was once on. His passion is to spread the message that anyone can transition to a healthy, active lifestyle and dramatically change their life regardless of their current situation or size.
Tim has appeared on Podcasts from around the world and has been filmed for an upcoming movie. He has been featured in Runners World Magazine, Good Morning America, Today, People, The Buffalo Newspaper, and many other media outlets.
Tim uses his platform as an international speaker to educate, inform and motivate people about plant-based nutrition, fitness, addiction recovery, overcoming physical challenges, and emotional and spiritual wellness.

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