Talk to anybody who has worked long enough in one of the nutrition oriented healthcare disciplines and it is easy to hear the echo of a voice in the wilderness, one of a whole chorus of voices, isolated but in unison, on the fringes of what was considered healthcare. Listening to them now, however, is to hear of a wilderness tamed, a busy, well-lighted place with roads and powerlines and high speed internet.
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