03/20/13 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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There might be something missing from your diet- even if you're eating all local foods and whole grains. Herbalist Guido Masé thinks we suffer from ‘wild plant deficiency syndrome.' He says herbs, weeds, and other plants used to be a regular part of our diet and his new book, The Wild Medicine Solution, aims to help us get them back on the menu.
We'll talk to Guido Masé and take your calls and questions. We'll also hear from Dr. Louis Kazal about how to talk to your doctor about herbal medicine.
Post your questions or comments about herbal medicine here or email them to email@example.com.Also in the program, a look at how the cost of higher education has changed in the last few decades. We talk with Don Vickers, the CEO of the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, who is retiring after 42 years in higher education financing.
Plus, bestselling author Jodi Picoult lives in New Hampshire, and we got a chance to talk with her. She will give a reading tomorrow (3/21) at the Maple Street School in Manchester, VT at 6:30 PM.