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Lisa D. Jones was born December 1, 1972, a native to Los Angeles, CA. Her guide and focus in life became centered around the nourishing of the bodies and minds of our children and their generations to follow. With the onslaught of childhood obesity, deprived education, and the lack of parental leadership that has overwhelmed our society, the obligation to provide assistance and resources has become her mission. Her first public endeavor at this presented itself in her book, 'A Guide to Inexpensive Health for You and Baby'. Proving it possible that providing good health to your baby can be simply achieved by even the full time working mother who wants to breastfeed until time for baby to eat solids. With her goals set on fulfilling what has become her life mission, more will become available to assist in this effort.

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