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Choosing Health

Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Mark Hyman, a leading authority on the integration of conventional and alternative medicine. Dr. Hyman is the medical editor at The Huffington Post, serves on the advisory board of The Dr. Oz Show, and is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, including The UltraMind Solution. With Sounds True, he has created The Detox Box and the audio program UltraCalm. In this episode, Tami speaks with Mark about why so many people are discovering that they are allergic to gluten and dairy, how we can make healthy choices so our home and workplace can be “safe zones,” and why we must seek collective solutions and social support for the changes we need to make in our lives. (55 minutes)

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