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28. Angela Heap shares how critical preconception health is for the long-term health of your family

Introducing our Guest Legacy Leader, Angela Heap: After a general interest in health for many years, Angela trained at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) for three years.  She graduated after completing 200 clinical hours of practice. During her time at CNM, the area of hormonal health and pregnancy became a real interest for her …

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27. How Bob’s Red Mill helps shape the health of future generations

Introducing our Guest Legacy Leaders Bob and Lori with Bob’s Red Mill: Bob Moore founded Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods in 1978 in an old abandoned flour mill with a mission to move people back to basics with healthy whole grains and minimally processed foods. The motivation to do so took root in the mid‐1960s …

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26. Dr. Jeffery Craig explains how twins hold the key to understanding the roots of all human health problems

    Introducing our Guest Legacy Leader Dr. Jeffery Craig: Dr. Jeff Craig is a researcher at work and in the garden. In his early career, he was locked inside a dark room for a few years studying human chromosomes. Seven years ago he saw the light and started working with real humans, which made …

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How Epigenetics During Fetal Development May Be Linked to Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity Later in Life

Introducing our Guest Legacy Leader Dr. Michael Ross: Dr. Michael Ross is Distinguished Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA School of Public Health.  He graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (BS), Harvard Medical School (MD) and Harvard School …

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