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FROM THE GROUND UP interview w/ Director Santino Panico



Former meat-eating college football player Santino Panico goes on a journey to rediscover the athlete within--this time, as a vegan. As he meets with vegetarian and vegan elite competitors, this story about food and sport expands to confront the social norms and far-reaching impacts of food choices. Today my guest on the podcast is the director of FROM THE GROUND UP Santino Panico The film is currently available for pre order on iTunes http://apple.co/2BKioaY And will be released on Jan 9th 

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