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In this edition, Deborah explains how a healthy lifestyle could not only improve your quality of life, but save you money, and save the American healthcare system trillions of dollars. Plus, a Womens Health focus on bones, and a healthy discussion on the benefits of organic food.
Episode Segments:
Healthy Talk Radio: Cost Effective Health Care
Deborah addresses the widespread myth that you need to be wealthy to be healthy. Yes, the cost of healthcare is skyrocketing, but Deborah explains how healthy living could let you live longer and better, save this country 1.1 trillion dollars and help your bottom line.
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Healthy Talk Radio: The Organic Food Handbook
What does it really mean to go organic? Deborah is joined by author Ken Roseboro to talk about his new book “The Organic Food Handbook.” They discuss the benefits of organic food, the reasons why you should go organic, and give tips on choosing organic products.
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Healthy Talk Radio: Focus on Women’s Heath
Noted Researched Dr. Luke Bucci joins Deborah for the women’s health focus. In this edition, they discuss women’s bone heath; the nutrients and supplements all women need to prevent osteoporosis, and keep their bones strong and healthy.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Ken Roseboro
Ken Roseboro is a journalist who has written extensively about genetically modified foods, GMO testing, non-GMO certification, and identity preservation. His articles have appeared in leading agricultural and food industry magazines, including Natural Foods Merchandiser, Organic Processsing, Seed World, World Grain, American Food and Ag Exporter, Prepared Foods, Food Processing, Food Quality, European Food and Drink Review, Natural Products Industry Insider, and others. Ken is author of Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health and The Organic Food Handbook. He has also given presentations at many conferences, including the Organic Trade Association’s annual tradeshow, All Things Organic. Ken is a member of the board of directors of the Iowa Organic Association.

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