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- Dr. Michael Mosley Physician, science journalist and author of several books including "The Clever Gut Diet," "The Fast Diet" and "The 8-week Blood Sugar Diet"
- Isabel Allende Author of 22 books, including the novels "In the Midst of Winter," "Ripper” and "The House of the Spirits," along with several memoirs and a trilogy for young readers.
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