Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On The Go – Review and Giveaway

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From NYC to Massachusetts Farm

Diana and her husband, Andrew, didn’t come from farming backgrounds. Diana was an Art Education major and Andrew was an English major, but both of them became more and more passionate about food and agriculture over the years.

What I love about them is that they discovered something they were interested in and just went out and pursued it!

Andrew went back to school to get a Masters in Soil Science, and Diana got a certification in Nutritional Therapy.

They now have 2 kids and live on Clark Farm in Carlisle, Massachusetts. On the farm, they run the CSA, raise livestock, and educate kids and adults about sustainable agriculture.

In addition to all that, Diana also runs a nutritional therapy clinic, Radiance Nutrition, and blogs at Sustainable Dish.

She’s such a sweet yet practical and down-to-earth person! I was so glad I got to meet her in New York as well as in Atlanta at the 2014 Ancestral Health Symposium.
Diana Rodgers and Ancestral Chef

Her first book is just out. It’s called Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On the Go, and I get to giveaway a signed copy of this fantastic book!

As you can see from the contents page, it’s a beautifully designed book and it covers everything you need to keep yourself and your family nourished and full for lunch and breakfast!
paleo lunches and breakfasts on the go by diana rodgers - book review

So, here’s the giveaway:

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Good luck :D

Reprinted with permission from Diana Rodgers.

Disclaimer: I received an advance review copy of the book and Diana Rodgers and/or Page Street Publishing is providing the prize for this giveaway, but I was not compensated in any other way for this review, which expresses my own personal opinions. Note that some links on this page (and throughout this website) are affiliate links.

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Comments

  1. Lisa says

    Thank you Louise! Your emails and giveaways are helping me go step by step into
    healthier eating. You make it easier.

  2. Lynn says

    Thanks for the giveaway! I want to let you know that the tweet in the widget is too long (over 140 characters). I removed the word “Just” from the tweet at the beginning and it went through.

  3. Amber M. says

    Thanks for the chance to win- this would be a very useful book for me and my family! :D

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