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Martha Tettenborn, RD is a Registered Dietitian and certified Primal Health Coach with over 30 years of experience working in many areas of nutrition & wellness. Diagnosed with Stage 1 ovarian cancer at age 58 and dove into the research on cancer metabolism, which lead her to approach her own cancer treatment from a lifestyle lens. Like many of our guests, turned that combination of professional knowledge and personal wisdom into a passion for helping others. - her book is Hacking Chemo: Using Ketogenic Diet, Therapeutic Fast, and a Kickass Attitude to Power Through Cancer.

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