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What if you could save money on food, have a cruelty free/environmentally conscientious diet, save time on food preparation, lose weight, and feel wonderfully healthy all at the same time? If this sounds good to you, this book can help.I have been eating a healthy mostly vegan whole food diet for over 20 years and have developed menu plans and recipes that are easy, inexpensive, and good for you. While there is a section with all of my tried and true favorite recipes, this isn't just a cookbook. This book will be valuable if you want to transition to a healthy diet and need more information to push you in the right direction.This book could be helpful if you want to lose weight. This book can be helpful if you want a complete solution with all the things you will need in your kitchen, what staples to have on hand, and menu plans to get you started. Even if you just want recipes, this book will give you basic recipes that are healthy, inexpensive and easy to prepare. What do you have to lose?
In Pregnancy and Parenthood in a Foreign Land: My Experience in Thailand with Useful Tips for Mothers Everywhere, Rebecca Wongwiboonchai shares her experiences of her first pregnancy, giving birth, and becoming a new parent in a foreign land. A British expat living with her husband in Thailand, the author gives us an honest and candid glimpse into her adventure from beginning to end. Each chapter is divided into two sections: "A Real-life Experience," in which she tells the story as it happened for her (including pregnancy, labour and birth, first days of motherhood and breastfeeding, and travelling and working with a newborn) and "The Facts," where she offers straight talk on practicalities, such as things one might like to consider when making choices, a discussion of food and diet, vaccinations, the importance of personal time, and equipment essentials. Although Wongwiboonchai's account takes place in Thailand, the descriptions of her firsthand experiences and valuable tips are applicable to expat mothers-to-be worldwide. The author shares the lessons that she learned-oftentimes the hard way-so that you don't have to.
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