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Episode 31- Sugar Mode Off with Nurse Shun Foreman

The food industry has used its marketing tactics such as advertisement, availability, age target, affordability, and addictive substances to make sugar so attractive which has led to numerous chronic diseases, especially among communities of color.

I am super pumped to speak with the fearless leader Nurse Shun Foreman on this #FunFridayPodcast. She is the Founder of Sugar Mode Off. We had an interesting conversation about the origin of the Sugarland plantations and their relationship to the health of African Americans.

Nurse Shun Foreman’s contacts:
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