Joanna Frey

Dra. Joanna Frey is the co-founder and co-director of Clinica Back to the Garden, located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The clinic boasts the only physician supervised fasting and education center in Latin America. Dra. Frey gives lectures and webinars on healthful living, and has written two recipe ebooks. Along with her husband Dr. Asa Frey and son Asher, she has been practicing healthful living, and has eaten a diet exclusively derived from whole plant foods (without added salt, sugar and oil) for the past eight years.

For more information:
Ebook: Recetas Esenciales (en Espanol) http://backtothegardenpr.com/tienda-natural/
Website: Backtothegardenpr.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/backtothegardenpr/
YouYube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqOgrAJbTQDwbC4tNdp484w
Phone: 787-282-7865 (we speak English)

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