#120 – The Importance of Sustainable Ruminant Farming with Diana Rodgers
#120 - How Raising Cows The Right Way Can Help Fix The Climate With Diana Rodgers
On today's show, Colin, Brent and our guest Diana go over the importance of ruminant animals not only for our health, but for sustainable farming in general. You'll be amazed at how much grazing by ruminant mammals positively affects farmland and soil quality. Tune in to learn more!
Today's guest: Diana Rodgers
Diana Rodgers, RD, is a “real food” nutritionist, author and sustainability advocate. She runs a clinical nutrition practice, hosts the Sustainable Dish Podcast, and speaks internationally about human nutrition, sustainability, animal welfare and social justice.
She’s written two books and helped to produce the short film, Soft Slaughter, which won a real food media award. Her work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Edible Boston and To Market.
She’s the producer and director of the film Sacred Cow and co-author of the book Sacred Cow.
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