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Healthworks: Foods that battle the fall-time blues

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As fall approaches many of us start to notice a lack in energy as the weather cools. Sound familiar?

Dr. Asa Andrew joins us in studio sharing the top foods to keep your immune system strong this fall.

Dr. Asa, known as America's Health and Lifestyle Coach, is a national best-selling author, radio and TV host, and founder of Diagnosis HOPE, a non-profit dedicated to health education and supporting the uninsured.

You can listen to Dr. Asa Live on "Dr. Asa ON CALL" on AM 1390/Lansing and AM 600/Flint.

For more information or to ask Dr. Asa a question visit his web site: www.askdrasa.com.

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