The Moral Imagination -  Michael Matheson Miller
The Moral Imagination
Ep. 10: Diana Rodgers: Kale vs Cow: Nutrition, Land Regeneration, and the Case for Better Meat
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Ep. 10: Diana Rodgers: Kale vs Cow: Nutrition, Land Regeneration, and the Case for Better Meat

In this episode, I speak with Diana Rodgers about nutrition, factory farming, subsidies, antibiotics, and why animals are good for the land. Diana is a Registered Nutritionist, a farmer, author, and the host of The Sustainable Dish Podcast. We also discuss why meat is good for you, why fat is healthy, cholesterol, and the Ancel Keys study, diabetes, vegan diets many of the themes in her book "Sacred Cow", co-authored with Robb Wolf, which was released after we did the interview. Diana has also just finished directing and producing a documentary film, also called "Sacred Cow: The Nutritional, Environmental Case for Better Meat", which will be released this year. In addition to "Sacred Cow", Diana has also written "The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook", and "Paleo Lunches on the Go".

Show Notes: https://www.themoralimagination.com/episodes/diana-rodgers

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The Moral Imagination -  Michael Matheson Miller
The Moral Imagination
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