In episode 172, I chat with Felicia Stoler who grew up in New Jersey enjoying the beaches, parks, and history of the state with her family as a kid. She started studying political science, worked for ABC News, then decided to get a masters degree in applied physiology and nutrition and then a doctorate in clinical nutrition. Learn how Felicia's mix of jobs, passions and education lead her on the path she was meant to be on even though she never would have dreamt it at a young age. She shares how to be open to experiences, how to find the correct information when it comes to health, how she got into being on television, plus how she decided to run for US Congress for the first time and her thoughts on helping her local community and healthcare by taking a listen to this episode.
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