Fireside Chat with Robb Wolf on Getting Older, the New Harvard Study, & What's Next
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
4M ago
We’ve reached the final episode of the Sustainable Dish podcast, and I am joined by my friend Robb Wolf to help me close it out. During this casual conversation, we look back on how our ideologies and priorities have changed over the years - from the time of a dogmatic approach to Paleo to now when we are better able to incorporate nuance when it’s needed. And it wouldn’t be a conversation with Robb if we didn’t debunk the latest study vilifying meat. The latest study from Harvard finds a correlation between red meat consumption and type 2 diabetes. Like other epidemiological studies before it ..read more
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Fireside Chat with James Connolly on Favorite Episodes & Lessons Learned
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
4M ago
As Sustainable Dish comes to a close, my co-host, James Connolly, and I wanted to reflect on some of our favorite episodes. They may be your favorites if you’ve been a long-time listener. If you are new to the show, these may be the episodes you’ll want to check out first. James and I have had the good fortune to meet incredible and interesting people while learning a lot along the way. Listen in as James and I take a trip down memory lane. Diana’s favorite episodes: Episode 117: Dr. Sylvia Karpagam  Episode 244: Pablo Manzano, PhD  Episode 98: The Stolen Goat with Lauren Manning Epi ..read more
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Gareth Wyn Jones on Food Production, Sustainability, & Building a Better World on Our Bellies
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by Diana Rodgers, RD
5M ago
Gareth Wyn Jones is a hill farmer in Wales and a passionate advocate for grazing livestock as a means for environment and human health. Gareth’s family has been grateful stewards of the land for 375 years, growing produce and raising livestock. He has been using his media presence to provide honest information about farming in hopes of sending the message that livestock is not the primary source of our environmental woes.  He acknowledges the divide between urban and rural and the loss of our connection to the land. The divide creates the opportunity for people to be easily misguided and ..read more
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Andrea Bemis on the Importance of Feeding Kids Nutritious Foods
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers
5M ago
Andrea Bemis started her blog, Dishing Up the Dirt, as a way to document her life as a farmer and home cook. When she and her husband, Taylor, wanted to settle down, they moved to his family farm in Massachusetts. Eventually, they wanted to start something for themselves, so  Andrea and Taylor bought six acres in Parkdale, Oregon, which became Tumbleweed Farm. Through farming, Andrea found a love of food. She began by sharing recipes with her CSA, which grew into a book, Dishing Up the Dirt. Now, Andrea is a mother with a passion for instilling an appreciation for food in her children. He ..read more
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Martin Cohen, PhD, Author of I Think Therefore I Eat
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
5M ago
“What to eat?” This is a question we ask ourselves several times a day.  The answer seems simple enough, but there are endless factors that drives this decision: your values, budget, time, mood, and last but not least - taste.  To answer this question, Martin Cohen, PhD, taps into philosophy. Dr. Cohen is a British philosopher who blends “psychological and social studies with philosophical theory” and aims to explain complex problems in easy-to-understand ways.  His latest book is I Think Therefore I Eat: The World’s Greatest Minds Tackle the Food Question. Throughout this book ..read more
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Chris Kresser on Adapt Naturals & What Makes a Good Supplement
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by Diana Rodgers, RD
6M ago
My good friend, Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac, is back on the show. It’s been a while since our last conversation, so today, we are catching up on what’s new in his world. As an internationally recognized leader in ancestral health and functional integrative medicine, you may be familiar with his work. He is the author of The Paleo Cure and Unconventional Medicine and the founder of the ADAPT Practitioner Training Program.  In an effort to reach more lives, he developed the supplement line,  Adapt Naturals, a streamlined stack of supplements designed to meet the most critical needs.  ..read more
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Roam Free Ranch Founders Jon Sepp & Brittany Masters
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
6M ago
Running a successful bison ranch takes more than land and a dream. Jon Sepp, one of the founders of Roam Free Ranch, will agree. Jon knew from childhood that bison ranching was in his future. After 10 years in the military, he transitioned to ranch life in Montana. But it wasn’t until meeting Brittany Masters, the other half of the Roam Free team, that pieces of the puzzle began to fall into place. Brittany was ready to escape the grind of the corporate world and she brought her marketing talents to Roam Free.  Together they were able to bring high-quality bison products to market and com ..read more
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Dr. James Muecke on the Connection Between Diabetes, Blindness, & Nutrition
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
6M ago
Diabetes is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness in adults. And who better to explain the connection between sight and diabetes than an ophthalmologist? Dr. James Muecke has been working as an ophthalmologist in Adelaide, South Australia, for over 30 years. In 2020 he was named Australian of the Year for his work with the nonprofit, Sight for All.  Shortly before this honor, he began exploring the link between nutrition and eyesight. Now he is using his recognition to spread the message that losing vision to diabetes is not inevitable. Diabetes can be put into remission ..read more
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Cole Mannix, President & Founder of Old Salt Co-Op
Sustainable Dish Podcast
by Diana Rodgers, RD
7M ago
If you ever get the chance, go to the Old Salt Festival in Montana. It’s a celebration of people coming together to support land stewardship in Montana. This year I was fortunate to be one of the speakers along with others in the regenerative space, plus regional authors, poets, and musicians.  Now that I’ve returned and things have settled a bit, I have Cole Mannix, president and founder of Old Salt Co-op, on the show to talk about his experience with ranching and growing his business. Cole grew up in a ranching family but spent a brief time in Boston pursuing a master's in theology befo ..read more
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Emily Soape, RD on Becoming a Registered Dietitian
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by Diana Rodgers
7M ago
If you’ve been considering a career in nutrition, my podcast producer, Emily Soape, RD, has some sage advice.  After years of weighing the pros and cons of going the route of registered dietitian, she finally completed the journey of obtaining the official designation of “RD”. As Emily explains in the episode, this may not be the optimal choice for everyone. It comes down to your ultimate goals for your career and your personal strengths. There are many options. Currently, Emily is working as a clinical dietitian while figuring out her career's next steps.  Listen in for advice on ge ..read more
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