Dr. Kristine Gedroic talks about how to take back your health

Dr. Kristine Gedroic has just released a book, "A Nation of Unwell".  In her new release she discusses why Americans are the sickest they have ever been and HOW to turn it around to be HEALTHY again.  On September 5, Dr. Gedroic will bring patients who will tell their stories of their jouneys to better health, a nutritionist to discuss easy ways to better care for our health and Dr. Gedroic will speak about the State of Health in our nation and how our bodies when given the opportunity will heal themselves.

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Thu, September 05
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Dr. Kristine Gedroic has just released a book, "A Nation of Unwell". In her new release she discusses why Americans are the sickest they have ever been and HOW to turn it around to be HEALTHY again. On September 5, Dr. Gedroic will bring patients who will tell their stories of their jouneys to better health, a nutritionist to discuss easy ways to better care for our health and Dr.

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