Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN is a “real food” Licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living on a working organic farm west of Boston. She runs an active nutrition practice where she help 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. AWESOME.
We had wayyyy too much fun and also talked about the benefits of high quality animal products, the irreversible danger associated with vegan diets for kids and whether she regrets being trained as a dietician.
So listen in and share this important information with anyone you know and love.
(Not to mention anyone who harasses you for consuming meat due to its “harmful” effects on the environment).
It’s time to spread the good word!
Have a beautiful day!
Do you suffer from symptoms like…
Chronic sinus infections
Food or environmental allergies
Depression and anxiety?
If so, you could be dealing with an overgrowth of an opportunistic yeast called Candida Albicans. You may have read online about the anti-candida diet, or perhaps you’ve even tried it to no avail. I’ve been there myself. But I want you to know no matter what you’ve tried before, there is hope.
You CAN kick candida for good.
In fact, today’s podcast guest, Christa Orecchio, creator of the Whole Journey and the Kick Candida for Good Program knows alll about it as she has helped thousands of people heal their candida. Even and especially the tough cases. Her program is the best one I’ve ever found.
So tune in and learn how to tell if you have candida, (she even created a cutting-edge quiz you can take), WHY it matters, and what you need to do to get it out of your life forever.
Did you know that 80-100 million Americans are thought to suffer from Fatty Liver Disease? And while you may be thinking…
“I don’t drink, so I’m not at risk.”