Scotland's Farm Advisory Service Podcast podcast

Health, Wellbeing and Nutrition with Anna Groom

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As part of the Health is your Wealth series we chatted with Anna Groom, registered dietician, nutritionist and farmers wife. With Anna we discuss why nutrition is important and how those working in rural industries can improve their health and overall wellbeing through better informed decisions about nutrition. 

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