#123: Mapping Environmental Inputs with Andrea Nakayama and Guest Host Lara Adler
Today in our special series I’m back in the guest seat talking with my favorite environmental toxins expert Lara Adler about environmental inputs and long term health outcomes. The field of epigenetics tells us that the factors that influence our genetic expression matter more than the genes themselves. That’s why, as we discuss in the Roadmap to Resolution ebook, All Things Matter. Join Lara and I to find out why!
March 6th, 2020
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