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Pipers Farm started as a 50-acre family farm in 1989. Peter Greig and his wife, Henri, wanted to raise animals in a way that was inspired by and respected nature and resulted in healthy food that they wanted to feed their kids. Now, Pipers Farm includes 45 small-scale family farms that share common values in producing food in a sustainable way. Pet…
 
Glen Burrows is the co-founder of The Ethical Butcher, a UK-based online marketplace for meat from regenerative farms. In 2020 Glen started Regenuary as a way to change the conversation around food and the environment. Instead of Veganuary, where the focus is solely on eating vegan for a month, Regenuary encourages everyone, regardless of diet pref…
 
Remember when you were a kid, and after long road trips, your parents would have to scrape all the dead bugs off the windshield? Now think about your last road trip. Fewer bugs, right? In his new book, The Insect Crisis: The Fall of the Tiny Empires that Run the World, Oliver Milman shares how scientists began studying the decline of insects and wh…
 
Did you know that the health of your mouth is closely tied to the health of your body? It’s true. My guest today, health-based dentist Dr. Michelle Jorgensen, explains how many of today’s chronic diseases are associated with what’s going on in your mouth and teeth. Michelle’s story is a familiar one. After practicing conventional dentistry for 10 y…
 
Peter S. Goodman is the global economic correspondent for The New York Times. In his latest book, Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World, Peter exposes the ways in which members of the elite, affluent class have a hidden impact on almost every aspect of modern society. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Ou…
 
Hi Everyone! Mickey here… I hope this post finds you enjoying a peaceful and healthy New Year holiday! I wanted to take a moment to give you a heads up about an event coming up that is relevant to the AIP community as well as make an announcement about AIP Certified Coach. First… The 2023 AIP Summit is scheduled for January 9-15! If you are looking…
 
Typically, football doesn’t come up often in my work, but I’ve recently had the unique opportunity to partner with NFL player Markus Bailey of the Cincinnati Bengals. Markus picked Global Food Justice Alliance as his non-profit of choice in the My Cause, My Cleats campaign. Until December 31, 2022, all donations through this link will be used to pu…
 
Chloe Sorvino leads coverage of food, drink, and agriculture at Forbes. Her debut book, Raw Deal: Hidden Corporate Greed and the Fight for the Future of Meat, is out now. 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 grateful for …
 
The Old Fashioned on Purpose podcast digs into modern homesteading and breaking out of our consumer-driven society. Host, Jill Winger, invited me on to talk about Sacred Cow, short-sighted global policies against meat, and looking a feedlot beef in a new way. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodg…
 
I love catching up with friends to talk about current events and topics that need deep exploration. And occasionally, those convos get recorded. So, it’s time for another fireside chat with my co-host James Connolly. In this episode, we get into my experience at COP27, plus a couple of hot-button issues happening in the world right now that we need…
 
Tara Vander Dussen is a 5th generation dairy farmer and proud dairy advocate. Tara began sharing her story after realizing the many misconceptions people had about farmers and farming. 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…
 
After her own health crisis, registered dietitian Michelle Hurn quit clinical practice and turned her focus to getting meat and other animal-based foods to people in need. Michelle’s new venture, The Protein Project, works directly with food pantries to help them get high-quality food like meat, cheese, and eggs. Check out their first fundraiser to…
 
Some of the best companies are started by people that create a product to solve their own problems. That’s exactly what happened to Serenity and Joe Carr, founders of Serenity Kids, a company that specializes in nutrient-dense baby and toddler food that’s convenient for parents. Want your kids to try Serenity Kids? Use code DIANA15 for 15% off your…
 
Today I’m sharing that after 10 years helping build and lead this movement and seven years at Autoimmune Welln­­­ess and AIP Certified Coach with Mickey, I have decided to step away from my work in the AIP space. In a general sense, I am making this decision because I believe that slowing down and practicing community care are the next right things…
 
Pasturebird started as a 50-bird backyard operation and has grown into one of the world’s largest pasture-raised chicken farms. Paul Greive was first on the show years ago when Pasturebird was just beginning its growth. Now, he is back on the show to share what’s been going on at the farm. Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show pos…
 
Belinda Fettke is back on the show, and this time she is chatting with my co-host, James Connolly. Belinda Fettke is the wife of Dr. Gary Fettke, an orthopedic surgeon in Tasmania that was under investigation by the Medical Board of Tasmania for giving nutritional advice to his patients. Belinda started her research journey with a simple goal: clea…
 
Jan Ellison Baszucki is a former Silicon Valley fintech marketing executive, writer, parent, and mental health advocate. When her son, Matt, was diagnosed at age 19 with bipolar disorder, Jan and her family tried every therapy and treatment available with little success until they found the ketogenic diet. Listen in as Jan tells her very personal s…
 
Dr. Peter Ballerstedt is an advocate for ruminant animal agriculture and its benefits to healthy soil, healthy plants, and healthy humans. After facing a health crisis in 2007, Peter devoted himself to learning about metabolic health and living a “low-carb lifestyle.” Episode Credits: Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are D…
 
Alec Jaffe is the founder of Alec’s Ice Cream, the first-ever regenerative organic ice cream. Alec shares his story about how he set out to create this gut-friendly and planet-friendly treat. 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,…
 
Hawaii is known for pineapples, leis, and tropical vacations, but did you know that they also have livestock ranches? Taylor Kellerman is the Director of Diversified Agriculture and Land Stewardship for Kualoa Ranch on Oahu - which is the most populated of the Hawaiian Islands. Kualoa Ranch takes advantage of being in a travel hot spot by offering …
 
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 …
 
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