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Why Dr. Tumi Johnson, M.D., eats an 80/10/10 Raw Vegan Diet – The Raw Food Health Podcast Episode 28

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
Dr. Tumi Johnson M.D. talks about raw foods

Dr. Tumi Johnson, M.D.

Since there aren’t very many medical doctors who have embraced a healthy raw diet, it’s interesting to hear why one of the few has chosen to do so.

In Episode 28 of the Raw Food Health Podcast, I talk to Dr. Tumi Johnson about why she thinks a raw diet works, how her holistic medical practice integrates nutritional and lifestyle reform into its treatment protocol, the role of movement in health, and much more.

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