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Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman: Why Keto fails, gallbladder health and EMF contamination on smartphones

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Mat Lalonde: Why nutrient density is important

Do you buy a caveman principle that our our bodies have not developed to eat wheat, grains and sugar? What about vegetarian food that we should always by no...