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Vitamins, Breast Cancer and “Health Matters”
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Vitamins- Who Needs them? Thats the question of the day, and Deborah will give you the answers. Plus, a conversation on where women are in the prevention and fight against breast cancer with Dr. Christine Horner, and Taylor Grant discusses her new book Health Matters
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Healthy Talk Radio: Vitamins – Who Needs Them?
More than 60% of Americans incorporate a multivitamin into their daily routine. So who needs Vitamins? Our kids for starters, thanks to quick-fix meals. And the majority of overweight americans. Deborah explains the problem, and how to remedy it.
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Healthy Talk Radio: Breast Cancer Update
Where are we when it comes to protecting against and fighting breast cancer? Dr. Christine Horner, author of “Waking The Warrior Goddess- Dr Christine Horner’s Program to Protect Against and Fight Breast Cancer” joins Deborah to discuss.
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Healthy Talk Radio: Heath Matters with Taylor Grant
Deborah welcomes author and health advocate Taylor Grant, to discuss her new book “Health Matters- 8 Steps That Can Save Your Life- And Your Family’s Heath,” and shares tips on being more proactive when it comes to your healthcare.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Taylor Grant
Taylor Grant is the founder of Taylor Your Health, an advocacy company that provides education programs to organizations, consumers, and companies to motivate people to feel better about their health and discover easy ways to live their healthiest life. Taylor Your Health has sold over 3 million self-published books and guides that inspire people to take charge of their health and their life.

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Christine Horner
Dr. Christine Horneris a nationally known surgeon, residing in Taos, New Mexico. She holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field after she initiated, organized, and managed a successful national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. For over a decade, Dr. Horner worked with the American Cancer Society. Dr. Horner is a popular, charismatic speaker and, for the last several years, has spoken extensively on natural health topics and natural approaches to breast cancer prevention.

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