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Getting Ready for a Healthy Pregnancy

Posted by: Garden of Life on Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Jennifer Robertson is an American cephalopod biologist transitioning to a raw, vegan diet and attempting to be both an atypical expat wife and a typical Greek Orthodox Christian in the middle of southeast Asia. She has spent the last three years living in Mumbai, India and in three cities in Thailand with her Scottish husband, and blogs about her experiences at The Robertsons of Mumbai. Jennifer is a raw food chef and currently teaches modern raw food preparation classes in Bangkok under her company De-hydrated. Read More
Getting Ready for a Healthy Pregnancy

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