Did You Hear Dr. Minkoff on WBAI Radio?

by Joshua Taylor June 09, 2015

Take Charge of Your Health - a very respected and informative health show on WBAI radio hosted by Corinne Furnari located in New York City.

Dr. David Minkoff, BodyHealth's founder and medical adviser was the honored guest back in May.  

  • They discuss how amino acids work in the body.
  • The value of protein and the effects of deficiency.
  • Dependent organs and body functions
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Our new PerfectAmino product and how it works
  • Plus much, much more related to your health.
Have a listen:  http://www.optimumhealthreport.com/audio_files/take_charge_of_your_health_dr-minkoff_5-15-15.mp3

Joshua Taylor
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