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Mar 6, 2017

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Maybe you've struggled with the ethical implications of eating meat. Maybe you found yourself at a loss trying to explain how a Paleo diet complete with animal protein can be healthy and good for the world. Or maybe you’ve just daydreamed about what it would be like to live on a farm with your family, surrounded by delicious fresh food. If you’re nodding your head at any of this, today’s episode is for you. Diana Rodgers is on the podcast today. She is a real food licensed registered dietician and nutritional therapy practitioner living on a working organic farm in the Boston area. She runs an active nutrition practice where she helps people get on track with diet and lifestyle. She’s also an author of a number of books, hosts The Sustainable Dish Podcast, and she’s a wife and mother of two. Diana is consulting dietician to several gyms and has worked with pretty much everyone in the Paleo world including Robb Wolf, the folks at Whole 30, and Dr. Kirk Parsley. Last but not least, she’s a staff writer for your fave, Paleo Magazine.

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In our conversation we discuss:

  • Diana's trip to Costa Rica and the food she ate there.
  • How Diana and her family “re-entered real life” after a vacation.
  • A day in her family's life on an organic farm.
  • How to combat misinformation about adopting a healthy diet.
  • Why Diana does not portray herself as a Paleo evangelist.
  • Why it is important to start out simple, not with gourmet meals.
  • What it means to identify your trigger foods and how to avoid overeating.
  • The ethical and environmental issues behind bananas.
  • “The dark side of chocolate” and how child slavery is involved.
  • Diana's new book with Robb Wolf.

Sweet potatoes don’t have a big Paleo sticker on them in the produce department.” — @SustainableDish [0:15:18.0]

Everything eats and is eaten.” — @SustainableDish [0:20:18.0]

Trying to steer the Titanic in a slightly different direction, gets me up in the morning every day.” — @SustainableDish [0:38:44.0]   

Guest Links: 

Check out Diana's website, SustainableDish.com
Connect with her on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out Diana's podcast, Sustainable Dish

Additional Links & Resources:

Finca Luna Nueva
The Savory Institute
Whole30 Program
Nutrisystem
Equal Exchange
The Dark Side of Chocolate
Sebastian Junger's book, Tribe
Robb Wolf's book, Wired to Eat
Gretchen Rubin's Book, Better Than Before
Sustainable Dish Episode. #31
 - with Joe Salatin

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