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Jack

Another cute little green smoothie drinker!

This is GSG reader Bill’s grandson Jack–does he look happy and healthy, or what?   Bill says it’s easier to get his grandkids to drink green smoothies than his adult kids!   True, that: start them young!

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raw food diet versus alkaline diet

I was having this conversation on Facebook today with a reader, and since I’m sure not all of you are my facebook friends or check in there regularly, I thought I’d share here part of the discussion: Dear GreenSmoothieGirl (condensed question): I was feeding my kids almond milk but read that overconsumption of nuts leads […]

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Spreading the word!

Email from a reader:   I just got off the phone with my mom and had some great news! Several weeks ago, I went to my step-sisters pool with my kids and mom. Of course, I toted along my big jars full of green smoothie. I got the usually, “What the heck is that?” comment. […]

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raw food in India? an interesting email from a reader

We get some really interesting email, and I’ve pasted one below that we got this week that I think you’ll enjoy. It corroborates what I have noticed being in 16 countries in the past 18 months. That is, the influence of American culture on the rest of the world has not been wholly positive, and […]

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October: do you want a GreenSmoothieGirl class in your city?

If you’re near Fullerton, CA (or even as far away as San Diego), do you have a venue and an audience and want me to come do a class in October? I am likely coming to Orange County Oct. 14. I’m also looking at making stops in Boise, Idaho; Abbotsford, Canada; and Denver, Colorado that […]

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Grandchildren of GSG reader Karen

Even babies need raw food and green smoothies

Check out these adorable 18-month old TRIPLET grandchildren of GSG reader Karen!   They were licking the inside of their cups to get every last drop of green goo goodness!   I love it!

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Preserving raw foods, two ways to make living the lifestyle CHEAP!

If you’ve read my books, you know that I promote ways of making a whole-foods, high-raw, plant-based diet very affordable, especially the #1 and #2 highest-impact methods: Plant a garden and use everything in it (see Ch. 5 of 12 Steps to Whole Foods). Have a full-sized freezer in your garage and use it to […]

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raw food: try this Rainbow Salad (way to use your zucchini and squash)

Here’s a fun way (from Ch. 5 of 12 Steps) to use the zucchini coming out of your garden (or your neighbor’s).   Thought I’d share it with you since I’m making it for dinner tonight on top of quinoa that takes 10 mins. to cook.   My kids groan about all the ways I […]

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come with me to Peru in December

I have been looking for the perfect service opportunity for GreenSmoothieGirl.com to reach out to the other half, the truly malnourished.   I’ve been learning about a variety of service opportunities around the world. Check out the new page on GSG, including a photo of the orphanage we’re going to work at in December and […]

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So you’re trying to get kids to eat right!

You’re raising kids (or maybe helping with your grandkids)?  You and me both, my friend!  I’m raising four—two boys and two girls. They all have different personalities, interests, and temperaments. Your kids are “picky,” you say? I get that. I’ve got two kids like that. I don’t pretend to have all the answers, but I […]

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