By now, you probably know that Dr. Michelle Michaels is the co-author of the best selling book The Joy of Eating Dragons Fruit.
In this interview, she explains why she created the book, why she believes in the power of eating dragons, and why she still wants to be the first vegan to become a doctor.
I also asked her how she came to the decision to become vegan.
Dr. Michaels, who is also the executive director of the Vegan Society of America, explains that her vegan lifestyle has influenced her and her husband for a long time.
I first learned of the book through a friend, and then through a website that was run by Dr. Michaels’ sister, who had started Veganism USA.
This was a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the book and the incredible work Dr. McHale and his team do in supporting veganism, so I decided to do a follow-up interview with Dr. Michele Michaels.
I started with this question, which I would ask whenever I meet her: Dr.
Michaels: Do you feel that there is a certain kind of person that’s drawn to dragons?
Dr. McHales: Yeah, absolutely.
I feel like people that like the idea of eating dragon fruit and they’re attracted to dragons because of that and I don’t think it’s just about dragons.
I think dragons are a very powerful symbol of hope, a very empowering symbol of healing.
Dragons have power and love, they have the power to bring joy and to heal.
You have to have that ability to heal and to take care of yourself.
I like dragons because they represent hope and I think that’s why I love dragons so much.
I love the power that they give you and I feel that when you eat dragon fruit it can actually be a healing tool.
Dr. Jackson: You know, I’ve been told that when I started eating dragon fruits, I was a little bit hesitant to eat the fruit because I was afraid of how it tasted.
It’s a little difficult to eat, you know, because it’s hard to digest.
But you know what?
I feel better.
It tastes amazing, you don’t even have to eat it.
It actually tastes like a whole bunch of fresh herbs and spices.
You just have to touch it and you’ll feel so much better.
Dr Michelle Michaels: When I started to eat dragon fruits it seemed like I was doing something wrong.
I was eating the wrong kind of dragon fruit.
And then I was like, I can’t eat this anymore.
I don-Dr. Jackson-I’m not going to eat this.
And it kind of changed me and I stopped eating the dragon fruit altogether.
Dr Michele Michaels: And I’m really happy about that.
Because when I eat dragon, it has the energy that it used to.
I mean, I would never be eating this anymore if I didn’t have that energy.
So I’m happy with that.
Dr Jackson: So you’re really doing a good job of detoxifying your body?
Dr Michele Michaels, M.D.: Well, I do feel better now that I do have dragon fruit, but I still feel like I have to detoxify my body because I don.t have the same energy that I used to have when I was anorexic and I was constantly eating bad foods and stuff.
And I know I’m not alone because I’ve had this same problem for years and years and I know how it’s going to feel when you’re not eating dragon.
You feel a little tired.
You get a little irritable.
You’re not able to sleep at night.
You’ve had headaches and you feel a lot of different things.
I guess that’s kind of how I feel when I’m anorectic.
I’m just constantly getting sick and I’m always going to get sick.
And theres always a little itch to eat that makes me want to eat more dragon fruit again, so yeah, I’m kind of doing a lot better now.
Dr Michaels: I mean I can imagine it would be a very, very challenging time if you’re anorexia.
Dr Michelle Michaels, Ph.
D. is the Executive Director of the Animal Welfare Institute and a physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
She has spent her life working with the homeless, the physically disabled, and underprivileged people.
Her books are about love and compassion and about caring for animals and her work has been featured in such magazines as Newsweek, The Huffington Post, and Time.
Dr Johnson also has a Ph.
D. in Psychology.
They both do research on animal welfare issues.
I am a former clinical psychologist and a licensed clinical social worker, and I have a background in psychiatry and clinical psychology, as well as psychology as a whole.
Dr McHale, who also holds a Ph,D.
in Psychiatry, is a clinical psychologist, a psychiatrist and an Associate Professor of