Carlisle nutritionist publishes cookbook spotlighting the paleo diet

Diana Rodgers and her family live on a farm in Carlise.
Diana Rodgers and her family live on a farm in Carlise.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

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Diana Rodgers devotes a lot of time to thinking about what people eat.

She lives on an organic farm in Carlisle managed by her husband, Andrew; the couple launched a community supported agriculture cooperative earlier this year.

As a professional nutritionist, she consults with clients interested in losing weight or improving their strength and energy levels.

As an adviser to several fitness centers in the area, she talks regularly with athletes and exercise buffs about how to maintain the ideal nutritional intake to meet their physical goals.

So perhaps it is only natural that her first cookbook focuses on health and fitness.

“Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go: The Solution to Gluten-Free Eating all Day Long with Delicious, Easy and Portable Primal Meals,” is being released Aug. 6 by Page Street Publishing.

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