Juan Williams: How did you get through health challenges like COVID-19 and Pancreatic Cancer?
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Juan Williams has absorbed holistic health protocols all his life. From gathering early information as a child of the 60’s in the Cereal City of Battle Creek Michigan, to the melting pot of Honolulu, Hawaii. As a journalist at nearly a dozen TV and radio news outlets, Mr. Williams has been exposed to the health practices of a multitude of cultural backgrounds. He’s also learned of the health practices of ancient times, as well as modern day western medicine. What has worked for him, is holistic protocols of past generations in his family, and the understanding that your blood, and what you eat, is critical to your nutritional health. Juan Williams has a life education that includes an AS in mechanical engineering from the University of Hawaii; and a Bachelors in Interdisciplinary, from Arizona State University. In addition, success in the struggle of his personal health crisis, as well as giving advice in the life challenges of others, to promote a total understanding of personal self-help health.
In episode 325 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Juan decided to move in with a foster family at age 14, we learn about the unique health initiatives in Battle Creek – Michigan, why he chose The University of Hawaii and Arizona State for his educational pursuits, what happened when Juan had a celebrity encounter with Bruno Mars, how Juan was able to get through COVID-19 and Pancreatic Cancer, when he began his fascination with nutritional health, what is the goal with the book “Why Your Lifestyle is Killing You”, what is some nutrition advice for college students since their time and budget is limited, and what the college students listening today should avoid at all costs. Enjoy!