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Season 2, Ep. 7

Mike Emanuel, chief congressional correspondent and senior political correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) joined Dr. Joe Galati this past weekend to discuss his Greek heritage, and the impact of the Mediterranean Diet on his own (and families) health and wellness. Dr. Galati is also joined by Dr. James M. Wilson, a cardiologist in the Texas Medical Center.


Mike gives honest insight into his family upbringing in New Jersey, and his recent travels through Greece. Mike's Instagram feed is here.


Dr. Galati also made mention of a recent lecture Mike gave at Rutgers University, his alma mater, sharing his personal and professional journey. This is well worth a look, and most importantly, have your teens and college age children take a view. Learn from Mike Emanuel what it takes to be successful.


Spoiler alert...it takes hard work.


Enjoy. Send me your feedback at this link.


#mikeemanuel #mediterraneandiet #greeklifestyle #healthyeating #wellness #foxnewschannel

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