Diana Rodgers, RD, is a “real food” nutritionist and sustainability advocate near Boston, Massachusetts who spent 18 years living and working on an organic, pasture-based farm growing vegetables and raising animals for a CSA program. She runs a clinical nutrition practice, hosts the Sustainable Dish Podcast, and has served as an advisory board of numerous nutrition and agriculture organizations including Whole30, Animal Welfare Approved and Savory Institute. She speaks internationally about the intersection of optimal human nutrition, regenerative agriculture, and food justice. More recently, her work has focused on shifting the anti-meat narrative. Diana is co-author of Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat and the director, producer of the companion film, Sacred Cow. Her new initiative, the Global Food Justice Alliance, advocates for the inclusion of animal-sourced foods in dietary policies for a more nutritious, sustainable and equitable worldwide food system. She can be found at sustainabledish.com and globalfoodjustice.org and on instagram at @sustainabledish and @globalfoodjustice
Across the world, experts are trying to identify the best diet to feed a growing population and a warming planet. Unfortunately, livestock is being unfairly vilified as unhealthy, unsustainable, and unnecessary. But is this anti-meat narrative evidence-based? Diana Rodgers is a registered dietitian who has spent 18 years living on a pasture-based farm near Boston, […]
Learn how best to tell your story in this informal workshop with dietitian and sustainability advocate Diana Rodgers (on instagram @sustainabledish) and farmer Ed Horton (on instagram @e.a.horton). We’ll answer questions, talk about our approach, and give tips on how you can tell your story using social media.