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  • Special interests: integrative health (nutrition/vitamins/supplements), certified GAPS nutritional practitioner, womens and childrens health, endocrine disorders, weight loss, autoimmune disease View Profile

    In this video, Dr Charlotte talks about the benefits of including healthy fats in your diet and how they can help improve your brain function, heart health and hormonal balance.

    Make sure to watch Part 2 of the 'Eat Fat, Get Healthy' series to find out how why you are more likely to gain weight on a low fat diet.

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