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January Jones Eats Her Placenta For Energy Snack

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The secret to maintaining her energy levels for January Jones is eating placenta. Apparently.

I really didn’t know whether to believe this or not when I first read it. But apparently it’s true. January Jones apparently freeze-dried her afterbirth and literally pops pieces of it like vitamins.

The People magazine is reporting the secret to Jones keep up her energy through her grueling shooting schedule.

“I have a great doula who makes sure I’m eating well, with vitamins and teas, and with placenta capsulation.”

The placenta is apparently dehydrated and made into vitamins.

January admitted that she was reluctant to try this alternative health method initially.

“But we’re the only mammals who don’t ingest our own placentas.”

OK, so because other animals do it is a good reason for us to do it? Well, ikt works for January Jones. Apparently, she has taken the capsules every day since right after she had her son, and also anytime she feels tired or down.

Jones insists,

“It’s not witch-crafty or anything! I suggest it to all moms!”

But then she sounded distinctly “witch-crafty” by adding,

“You’re simply eating the discarded remains from your child’s birth thus magically infusing you with his energy.”

Okaayyyy. So who’s up for it, ladies?

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