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So often, the hosts ask the right questions but the guest dances around the answer to presumably hold back just enough information that the listener would have to buy the book to learn anything useful. The episode on Food for Mood improvement is typical of this. Too much time spent listening to how accomplished the author is, and very little practical information on what to actually eat! All I learned was, eat lentils, veg and a few spices. But I heard the author’s life story which is not why I spent an hour listening.
graedonfan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/23/20
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NateRocks via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/10/12
I am so glad I found this show on iTunes, since I no longer can get it on the radio. Full of great information on relevant health topics including home remedies.
CT from AK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/12
I have been enjoying The People’s Pharmacy for years! It is authoritative, exceedingly well presented, thoughtful and fortunately, non-specialist friendly. When either I or family members have had significant health issues, I have found timely and effective guidance form the Graedon’s interviews...Read full review »
Gurprasad Kaur via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/24/15
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