Sustainable Dish Podcast podcast

Sustainable Dish Podcast

Diana Rodgers

Sustainable Dish Podcast is a show hosted by nutritionist, author and sustainability advocate Diana Rodgers. Learn about healthy living, eco-eating, and regenerative food production from leading experts in their fields.

100 Episódios

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    Will Harris on regenerative farming at White Oak Pastures

    28:24

    In this episode, I welcome back to the show, Will Harris, fourth-generation farmer, and owner of White Oak Pastures. You can listen to our first episode here.  In 1995, Will made the bold decision to stop using industrialized farming methods at White Oak Pastures and instead return his operation to the traditional farming techniques used by his forefathers. Today, White Oak Pastures operates as a living ecosystem that is holistically managed and proudly zero-waste - all while employing 155+ people and helping to revitalize the small town of Bluffton, GA.   Listen in as Will and I discuss the big plans for our upcoming event October 21-24.  We also chat about:  The office at White Oak Pastures and the interesting construction of his driveway How Spider Lilies indicate the changing of the seasons -The size and scope of White Oak Pastures -What is raised at White Oak Pastures -The unique lodging at White Oak Pastures -How the end of small and medium-sized farms have changed rural America -How Will’s family is involved in their family-owned farm -Center for Agricultural Resilience (CFAR) Resources: Savory Hubs Gabe Brown Jason Rowntree Ranching for Profit Regenerative Farming and Nutrition workshop October 21-24 Sacred Cow Jules Horn - Website & Podcast with Jules  Samantha Garwin  Connect with Will: Website: White Oak Pastures Instagram: @whiteoakpastures LinkedIn: Will Harris Facebook: @whiteoakpastures Twitter: @whiteoakpasture YouTube: White Oak Pastures Farms Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers, Lauren Manning, and James Connelly. Our producer is Meg Chatham, and our editor is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    Jules Horn on his journey as a model, health & breath coach, & ex-vegan.

    45:10

    Meet Jules Horn, a German fashion model, wellness, health, fitness & breath coach, and former vegan. Jules is an encouraging soul, driven to serve and help others discover their best selves. In my conversation with Jules we discuss: His journey into modeling How he became vegan Why he transitioned away from veganism Tools he used to find the best way to eat, move, and breathe for his optimal health and wellbeing His self-discovery during lockdown His wellness, fitness, and breath coaching passion Rediscovering ourselves through journaling His upcoming breathwork sessions at the White Oak Pastures’ Regenerative Farming, Nutrition and Wellness, and Butchering Workshop with Diana, Jules, Will Harris, and Sam Garwin - Join Us! And More! Resources: My Gene Food Work with Jules at Oxygen Advantage Breath Coaching Work with Jules at Primal Health Coach Oura Ring Ede Fox aka Black Carnivore White Oak Pastures Event Will Harris of White Oak Pastures Connect with Jules: Website: Oxygen Advantage Website: Primal Health Coach Instagram: @jules_horn Facebook: @juleshorn1190 *** Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers, Lauren Manning, and James Connelly. Our producer is Meg Chatham, and our editor is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    Tara Youngblood, founder of Chilisleep on the importance of sleep

    46:49

    In this episode, I chat with Tara Youngblood, founder of Chilisleep, an innovative company with “science-based sleep products to inspire people to sleep better”. Tara, as a self-described “Sleep Geek,” used her background in science to unlock the connection between temperature and sleep to solve her sleep problems.  Tune in to this episode to discover: The phases of sleep and the importance of deep sleep How lack of sleep is like being drunk and what it looks like to your brain The link between sleep and athletic performance and learning How famous creatives use sleep in their work The impact of sleep on diet and exercise How to plan for good sleep Common sleep issues How wine and cannabis affect sleep quality The effects of Ambien on sleep How temperature affects sleep Sleep hacks from Tara and Diana The ChiliPad has changed my life - literally. My sleep, and in turn, my health, has dramatically improved since using the Ooler sleep system. I strongly encourage you to join Tara's 5-Day Back to Sleep Challenge. In less than ONE week, you could feel blissfully rested, even on those mornings where you don’t have time for a full night of slumber. Join the FREE 5-Day Back to Sleep Challenge today. And if you decide to try one of their products for yourself, use Chilipad20 for 20% off a full chiliPAD sleep system, OOLER15 for 15% off a full OOLER sleep system, or chiliBLANKET10 for 10% off a full chiliBLANKET sleep system! Connect with Tara: Websites: Chilisleep and The Sleep Geek Social Media: Instagram (@the_sleep_geek)  LinkedIn Facebook (The Sleep Geek)  Twitter (@the_sleep_geek) Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers, Lauren Manning, and James Connelly. Our producer is Meg Chatham, and our editor is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    Victoria Boren on reclaiming metabolic health within our challenging food climate.

    2:01:52

    In this episode, James chats with Victoria Boron about her journey to reclaim her health, the past, present, and future of our food system, must-read books, and more. Victoria Boron is passionate about peoples’ metabolic health. When her own health began to fail after gaining significant weight and becoming pre- diabetic, she began searching for answers about nutrition. In doing so, she found a new love for science and human physiology and left her career in the hospitality industry to pursue a career in nursing. She is currently a student at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington obtaining a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a minor in biology. She hopes to eventually earn her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree and work to help patients achieve metabolic health. Victoria, her husband Ben, and their two young daughters live on a small, upstart urban vegetable farm in North Carolina. When not in the throes of day-to-day parental duties, they love to go hear live music, go to the beach, the park, and other outdoor adventures. Learn more about her and follow her journey here on Instagram. And click here to view all of the books, podcasts, and resources mentioned in this episode! This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.  
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    Marty Kendall of Nutrient Optimiser on Eliminating Nutrient Deficiencies in Your Diet

    47:36

    On this episode of the Sustainable Dish Podcast, I speak with Marty Kendall of Optimising Nutrition and Nutrient Optimiser, an assessment and program designed to help you identify nutrient deficiencies and guide you through optimizing your nutrition without the use of supplements. I've followed Marty's program several times and learned how to maximize my diet for optimal nutrient absorption and health. I first learned about the importance of nutrient optimization through my own journey with Celiac Disease. Having lived undiagnosed for decades, my body thrived once I began understanding how to maximize my nutrition with testing, diligent tracking, and nutrient-dense recipes. Marty's Nutrient Optimiser assessment and Optimising Nutrition program is a wealth of information for anyone seeking to amplify their nutrition and health. Tune into this show to hear about my own Nutrient Optimiser challenge and learn more about how you can join the challenge, too. Check out Marty's blog for more helpful tools, resources, and recipes. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order
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    Megan Parks of Grassroots Carbon on incentivizing carbon sequestration & grassland restoration with carbon credits.

    47:09

    On this episode of The Sustainable Dish Podcast, we dive deep into the carbon credit market with Megan Parks, the Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of Grassroots Carbon, a public benefit company that makes it easy to buy and sell nature-based carbon storage. Carbon credits, carbon sequestration, carbon storage are all growing buzzwords in today's headlines, but what are they and what do they really mean? Lauren and Megan break down the carbon credit market and what it means for regenerative ranchers and carbon credit buyers now and in the future. They discuss how transparency and stringent, third-party testing are key to long-term grassland regeneration and carbon sequestration. They also reveal that even though carbon storage is in the spotlight right now, there are many other benefits of grassland regeneration that could become even more marketable than carbon credits in the future. If you're curious about the viability of the carbon credit market, interested in purchasing carbon credits, or considering selling your carbon storage capabilities on your own land, give this episode a listen. Check out Grassroots Carbon on their website, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    Christine Dormeier of Heritage Pines Farm on leaving the city to start a small farm in rural Colorado

    57:36

    Have you ever wondered what it's like to move from city life to start a farm? If so, give the latest episode of the Sustainable Dish Podcast a listen. My co-host, Lauren Manning, chats with Christine Dormeier of Heritage Pines Farm in Peyton, Colorado. Christine grew up in the suburbs, went to undergrad for business, lived in some of the busiest cities in the world, and is now a small farmer. In the show, Christine shares how nothing in her childhood or education encouraged her down this path, but as a Taiwanese American immigrant, she is working hard to encourage other Asian Americans to become more aware of agriculture and land stewardship. Lauren and Christine chat about helpful resources for budding farmers and how the draws of living their small farmer lifestyles have helped them weather the cultural and experiential obstacles along their journeys. This show can inspire aspiring farmers, encourage new farmers, and rejuvenate seasoned farmers. Be sure to tune in and check out Heritage Pines Farm to learn more about Christine, her husband, Nick, and their small Colorado farm. This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    James Rebanks on Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey and Reclaiming the Story of a Small Farmer

    58:58

    In this episode of the podcast, my co-host, Lauren Manning, chats with James Rebanks.   James is not only an accomplished sheep farmer in England (you may recognize him from his guest appearance in Sacred Cow), but he is also an author and thought-leader on the future of farming.   They discuss the past, present, and future of agriculture, our growing disconnection with our food system, and his new book, Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey.   If you're curious about farming from a farmer's eyes, tune into this show.   Follow James on Twitter and Instagram, and be sure to check out his books The Shepherd's Life, English Pastoral, and his latest, Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey.   This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth, one of my favorite “better broth” companies. Their broths and elixirs are not only well-sourced, but they are delicious. Visit their website here and enter the code SUSTAINABLEDISH for 20% off your first order.
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    Adam Danforth of Rogue Food Unites on Butchering and Ethical Meat Eating

    40:25

    In this episode, I chat with Adam Danforth, a butcher, educator, and James Beard award-winning author. He is an active board member of the Good Meat Project and Chefs Collaborative and through this work, he leads experiential workshops worldwide on butchery and meat science for venues such as Stone Barns Center for Agriculture, the James Beard Foundation Chefs Boot Camp, Google, and the National Bison Association. Adam also consults and provides education to restaurants including Eleven Madison Park, Gramercy Tavern, Bazaar Meat, and Maude.  We talk about Adam's road from corporate marketing burnout to his career in meat processing and humane butchery.  We also discuss his latest initiative, ROGUE FOOD UNITES, a nonprofit which meets the immediate and long-term food needs of fire victims in Southern Oregon with comfort food prepared by locally-owned restaurants. Click here to donate.
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    Nicolette Hahn Niman on Defending the Environmental, Nutritional, and Ethical Case for Meat

    52:12

    On today's episode of the podcast, I chat with Nicolette Hahn Niman about the nutritional, sustainable, and ethical case for meat production.   Nicolette is an author, lawyer, rancher, and one of the many environmental experts featured in the film, Sacred Cow.   In this episode, we dive into why well-raised cattle actually improve ecosystem function and how removing them from our food system would create a gaping hole for us, both nutritionally and environmentally.   Nicolette is a wealth of information and it's always a joy to speak with her.   Tune into this episode and be sure to check out her books including the upcoming edition of Defending Beef: The Ecological and Nutritional Case for Meat.

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