About Diana Rodgers:
Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN is a “real food” Licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living on a working organic farm west of Boston. Click here to see a short video to meet Diana.
She runs an active nutrition practice where she helps people with weight, metabolic, and intestinal issues recover their health through diet and lifestyle. She’s also an author, host The Sustainable Dish Podcast and the mom of two active kids. She speaks at universities and conferences internationally about nutrition and sustainability, social justice, animal welfare, and food policy issues.
Diana is the Consulting Dietitian to several gyms and also to: Nom Nom Paleo, Whole30, The Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund, and is a board member of Animal Welfare Approved. She contributes regularly to several blogs and her work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Outside Magazine, and Mother Earth News.
Diana Rodgers – Show Notes
8:06 – Diana’s story… Celiac disease, The Paleo Diet and becoming a Registered Dietician
16:25 – The issues with mainstream medicine…
17:35 – What Diana learned in RD school
19:45 – Budgeting for healthy groceries…
23:45 – Reallocate funds for a healthier life…
25:30 – Diana’s thoughts on Keto…
28:22 – Diana’s thoughts on Intermittent Fasting…
33:52 – All about meat quality… Grass-fed vs. Grain-Fed
39:50 – Chicken vs. Beef…
42:20 – Animal Welfare… Kill fewer animals
46:52 – What is “Regenerative Agriculture?”
52:35 – The Dirty Dozen/ Clean Fifteen…
54:20 – Frozen fish is fresher…
54:40 – Learn how to cook for yourself!!
57:09 – Eat Whole Foods!
58:45 – Should you wash your produce?
1:01:30 – Childhood nutrition… Stop celebrating with junk food!
1:14:11 – How to help obese children…
1:18:10 – Thin does not mean healthy…
1:19:38 – Dian’s new Film Project, “Sacred Cow.”
1:24:26 – Vegan propaganda in Public Schools…
1:30:50 – How to contribute to Diana’s Film!
Links and Resources:
Film Update! Read Diana’s Latest Update
Donate to the Film! – “Sacred Cow“
Diana on Instagram
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