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Podcast Episode 5 – Marnie Luck of Annex Naturopathic Clinic

On today’s episode I sit down with Marnie Luck of Annex Naturopathic Clinic in Toronto. Marnie’s clinic is a zen zone, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life. She is fresh off of her lunch and learn with LinkedIn where she spoke about mental health and hormones. In our conversation we focus on the three simple steps to staying healthy! Music by the lovely and talented Anita LeBaron, Andrew LeBaron-Wells, and Andy Ince, recorded specifically for this podcast! The track is called “Find me on the Road”. This is farm talk radio, keep your shovel in the ground and stay tuned for more farm talk!

Also mentioned in this episode: Sistering

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