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Thanks for joining us for episode 17 of The Ancestral RDs podcast! If you want to keep up with our podcasts, subscribe in iTunes and never miss an episode!
We’re thrilled to have Diana Rodgers, NTP on our show today. She is a nutritionist living on a working organic farm west of Boston. She has an active nutrition practice called Radiance Nutritional Therapy and she is a mother of two kids, married to a full time farmer, an author, a multimedia producer, a CrossFitter, and a graduate student currently working on becoming a Registered Dietitian in order to work more closely with the medical community and help more people get well through nutrient dense food.
Today we’re discussing Diana’s journey to becoming a nutritionist and a sustainability activist, the reason why a gluten-free diet wasn’t enough for her to get healthy after developing celiac disease, and practical tips on how you can make your gluten free, real food diet more sustainable.
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Here’s what Diana, Laura and Kelsey will be discussing in this episode:
- How Diana got interested in nutrition because of her own health struggles with celiac disease, and why she and her husband started a sustainable farm.
- Why we should care about where our food comes from, and how to know if our food is sustainable for the environment, the animals, and the farm workers.
- How a sustainable diet can be a more health promoting one as well.
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