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Maria Marlowe (@mariamarlowe) is a Real Food Evangelist and the author of the excellent book The Real Food Grocery Guide. Maria's true talent is that she is able to articulate how to eat in a very approachable, easy-to-understand way.

In our conversation, Maria discusses her own health challenges with food during her teenage years, the importance of being a body detective, the biggest mistakes people make with food, and the one food that people should eat every single day.

Plus, she shares the amazing advice that her grandmother gave her when she was 15 years old, something that shaped her life at an early age.

Please enjoy!

This week's episode of The Living Maxwell Podcast was sponsored by my friends at Intellipure.

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You can find the show notes and links to all of the products, books and resources mentioned in the episode here.

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