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When we eat seasonally, our body aligns with the environment we live in. Connecting to the seasons is a beautiful way to feel more engaged with the foods we consume and invite optimal health. Today on the podcast Andrea Beaman speaks to us about the powers and many healing benefits of seasonal eating, and what you can do to support your clients and patients to make this important and therapeutic dietary shift.
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