I have hope because I feel that enough of us know that there is a way out. – Hilda
Hilda Labrada Gore is one of the most well-known voices in the ancestral health space. As the presenter of the hugely popular Wise Traditions podcast, she has spoken with health, agriculture and wellness leaders from all corners of the globe! Today, instead, she gets to take the guest seat and be the subject of a podcast interview! Alison and Andrea each brought their questions and asked her about what she has learned from hosting over 350 interviews in seven years, what she loves to prepare in her own kitchen, podcasting gaffes and more.
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Health is our body’s default setting. – Hilda
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