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Charlie Arnott is a regenerative farmer in Australia. Charlie is no stranger to the difficulties that farmers face today, from government policies to disease and drought. Charlie talks about the things he’s learned throughout the years and how the most critical element is taking care of the “paddock between your ears.” Episode Credits: Thank you to…
 
Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo is back on the show! We chat about getting ready for the Fall, making simple meals, and the greatness of Costco. Listen in to find out Michelle’s tips for getting food on the table quickly, and some of our favorite food finds. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers…
 
Dr. Alice Stanton is on a mission to get to the bottom of the questionable conclusions made by the 2019 Global Burden of Disease Risk Factor Study. She is on the podcast today to talk about her and her group's progress and how we can help. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connel…
 
Robb Wolf is back on the podcast to dive into two recent articles that have caught our attention. First is a post about James Cameron’s recent attempt to start an organic farm without animal inputs. Next, I cover George Monbiot’s latest article naming organic pasture-fed beef and lamb as the most damaging farm products. Episode Credits: Thank you t…
 
The Blue Zones have long been touted as holding the secrets to longevity, but one aspect of the “Blue Zones” framework that gets far too much attention is the diet, which emphasizes limiting animal-based foods. In reality, there are many factors that go into living a long, high-quality, and meaningful life. Plus, when you start to look at the resea…
 
I recently had the pleasure of appearing on the Realfoodology podcast with Courtney Swan. Courtney is an integrative nutritionist and “real foodist” with a passion for changing the way America eats. Like me, Courtney cares about where food comes from and wants people to eat a nutrient-dense diet - which includes animal-sourced foods. She and I get …
 
Today's episode of the podcast features my conversation last year with Nicolette Hahn Niman just before the launch of the 2nd edition of her book Defending Beef: The Ecological and Nutritional Case for Meat. Nicolette is an author, lawyer, rancher, and one of the many environmental experts featured in the film, Sacred Cow. Episode Credits: Thank yo…
 
Hannah Thompson-Weeman is the president and CEO of the Animal Agriculture Alliance. Since 1987, the Alliance has been safeguarding the future of animal agriculture and its value to society by bridging the communication gap between the farm and food communities. Hannah’s work includes developing a plan of action for when protestors strike and fighti…
 
On this “recycled” episode, I am joined by Lierre Keith, author of The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice, and Sustainability. Lierre shares her story about becoming vegan, the struggles to “do it right,” and her eventual health downfalls as a result. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and Jame…
 
Today we are replaying my conversation with Dr. Allen Williams, a rancher and soil health consultant. Dr. Williams explains the connection between soil health and livestock and debunks myths around regenerative agriculture. This episode was originally recorded in 2018 but the topics are still relevant today. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve…
 
For this episode, I am sharing my interview with Dr. Tony Hampton on his podcast, Protecting Your N.E.S.T. Dr. Hampton and I discuss regenerative farming versus monocropping and correct the narrative around the impact of livestock on climate change, plus how a high protein diet can improve health. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this …
 
Meet Jake Muise, co-founder of Maui Nui Venison. The Maui Nui mission is “to help balance Axis deer populations for the good of our environment, communities, and food system. “ In short, Jake and his team are using this invasive species to create a nutrient-dense food source for the people of Hawaii. All of Maui Nui’s products are delicious and pac…
 
My last episode with Frank Mitloehner, PhD was so popular I wanted to have him back on the show to give us an update on what’s going on in the world of beef. Frank is a professor in the Department of Animal Science at UC Davis and is the director of the CLEAR Center. This episode is short but it is packed with information. Episode resources and tra…
 
I love discussing meat and protein consumption with other women! Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a functional medicine physician with a background in Human Nutrition. Her background in medicine and nutrition makes her uniquely qualified to speak about the intersection of the food we eat and our health. Dr. Lyon supports animal-sourced foods as a part of a he…
 
My long-time friend, Liz Wolfe is on the podcast for a catch-up. Liz has been involved in the health and wellness field for over a decade. She is an author, podcaster, skin care authority, course creator, and self-described “professional question-asker.” Listen in as Liz and I chat about where our work has taken us over the years and share real tru…
 
Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is a professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine with real, front-line experience in working with populations with limited resources. Mark has been instrumental in establishing programs that help to level the playing field for these folks. Listen in to find out more about these programs and about his work in pediatr…
 
Ben Coerper is co-owner of Wild Harmony Farm with his wife, Rachel Slattery. Wild Harmony Farm is a regenerative operation featured in my film Sacred Cow. Ben is on the podcast to give us an update on farm operations and new life events since his appearance in the film. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are…
 
Charlie's guest for the final episode of Season 5 is Bruce Pascoe. This episode was recorded in late May in Sydney where Charlie was honored to interview Bruce 'live' as part of the Fairlight Butcher's series of events featuring renowned thought leaders from the world of regenerative agriculture. Settle in for this fascinating episode in which Bruc…
 
Heartbreak and emotional pain are universal human experiences and emotional well-being is closely tied to physical health. Florence Williams, author of Heartbreak, approaches emotional pain through a scientific lens by using well-researched methods to heal from the pain she experienced after her 25-year marriage ended. Episode Credits: Thank you to…
 
Charlie's guest for the penultimate episode of Season 5 of TRJ is Jay Marinis. Jay is on a mission to recreate the essence and culture of a traditional 'Public House' in the Adelaide Hills - to bring together community into a hub of food gardening, mental health therapy, cultural exchange and social change. Jays enthusiasm is inspiring, as is his c…
 
It’s time for another catch-up with my friend and co-author of Sacred Cow, Robb Wolf. Robb and I chat about our upcoming projects and the latest topics that have piqued our interest. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are gr…
 
Charlie's guests for this episode of TRJ are 6th & 7th generation farmers John & Kym Kalleske. John & Kym have successfully combined traditional farming family values, Biodynamic farming practices and innovative modern wine making on their farm in the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Their products speak volumes of their commitment to quality and…
 
Do you want to hunt but don’t know how? Human Nature Hunting is an organization that teaches people hunting and other survival skills in an approachable way. Bruce McGlenn, owner of Human Nature Hunting, and his partner, Sarah Long are the guests on today’s show. Bruce is a life-long hunter while prior to meeting Bruce, Sarah was a vegetarian for 1…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Rose Kentish. Rose is an enigma - combining her love of making wine that captures the flavours and perfume of landscape and terroir, with social change, species preservation, regenerative farming and climate action. She is a woman 'for purpose' much like her beverage company Sparkke. Head over here to see …
 
It’s time to get back to basics! It’s easy to get caught up in the latest advancements and headlines related to health and sustainability but one of the simplest things you can do for yourself and the planet is to cook at home. In this episode, Cait Mizzi, a functional nutritionist, joins my co-host James Connolly to chat about the fundamentals of …
 
Charlie's guest for this epsiode of TRJ is Arne Rubinstein. Arne Rubinstein started his professional life at the coal face of youth trauma and misadventure in several Emergency Rooms in regional NSW. Through his own research, observations and investigations, Arne identified a critical stage in the development of our youths was missing - a tradition…
 
Cancer is scary! And given the grim cancer statistics, it is likely that most of us will face our own cancer scare at some point in our lives, making this episode a must-listen. Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. is an expert in Integrative/Functional Medicine specializing in the prevention and treatment of cancer. With over 30 years of experience in medica…
 
Charlie's guest for this episode is his beautiful wife Angelica. Charlie has had many and varied interesting discussions with his wife Angelica and decided it was about time to share them with the world. The episode delves into her own regenerative journey from model, pop singer, and actress, to farming life. Angelica's values and attitude to healt…
 
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