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March 2, 2020 41 min

Can burning essential oils prevent the flu? Can raw onions remove toxins from the air? Jillian vets some dangerously bad information. Plus, ways the Glycemic Index affects how we oxidize, digest, and break down food; and emails on workout zones, macros & micros, and more!

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