Join us as we talk about everything sustainability!
In this episode, Aglaée interviews Diana Rodgers.
Learn about simple and easy steps you can take towards a more sustainable life, how red meat can be good for your health and the environment and how to source better quality foods locally.
We have the power to save the world with the food we put on your plate, so let’s get started today. Enjoy the listen!
Diana Rodgers’ bio:
Diana Rodgers is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner living on a working organic farm outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She has written two books and hosts the Sustainable Dish podcast where she interviews experts in eco-living, nutrition, and food production. On her blog, SustainableDish.com, Diana shares recipes and information on living a more sustainable life. She sees patients in person and via Skype.
[1:49] Updates and the importance of self-care!
[5:47] Diana Rodgers’ bio and overview of today’s episode
[9:36] How Diana got interested in nutrition and food production
and how her family created a sustainable lifestyle on their organic farm
[20:31] Red meat and cancer: what’s the bottom line?
[29:22] Is grain-fedmeat an option if you can’t afford grass-fed beef?
[34:40] Diana’s top 3 tips to make our life more sustainable
[39:46] How to feel more confident with your farmer and ask the right questions
[45:38] Coffee, chocolate, bananas… does Fair Trade really make a difference?
[50:50] Diana’s advice to fix yourself first and then continue taking baby steps
[52:21] How Diana got through the RD (registered dietitian)’s
conventional nutrition program knowing all she knows
[53:53] Where to find Diana Rodgers (and work with her)
- Diana’s website: SustainableDish.com
- Diana’s books: Homegrown Paleo and Paleo Lunches & Breakfasts on the Go
- Diana’s article: Eating Paleo Can Save the World
- Allan Savory’s TED Talk
- Aglaée’s Bloat-Free Forever Online Course (free)