Today’s conversation was really interesting with Sydney Ross Singer. Following hearing him talk on another podcast I began considering what if this is true? Listen to the episode to find out more! Let me know what you think!

Here is Sydney Ross Singer’s bio:

Sydney Ross Singer is a pioneer of the field of Applied Medical Anthropology, Director of the Institute for the Study of Culturogenic Disease, and author of numerous groundbreaking health books on the cultural causes of disease. Drawing on his extensive training in biochemistry, anthropology, and medicine, Sydney has made numerous new medical discoveries that have helped millions of people recover from many common health problems caused by harmful lifestyles. He is best known internationally for his groundbreaking and culture-changing research, done with his wife and co-author Soma Grismaijer, linking breast cancer with the wearing of tight bras, and described in their book, Dressed to Kill.

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