Cheryl says green smoothies were her catalyst for a fabulous life!

I recently received this inspiring letter (edited for length) and photo from GSG Cheryl. You’re going to love reading it!

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl:

I met you at the Portland conference, and had you sign my book after the talk. I know you meet a lot of people and probably don’t remember me, but I was there with my mom, and told you about how Costco hooked me up with when I purchased my blender.

I am 5’6″ and weighed 155 pounds when I came back from our home in Arizona in May 2011. When my husband and I returned to our home in Washington, we went to our local Costco for food. I told my husband that if the blender road show was there, THIS was the year I was going to take the plunge. Lo and behold, the BlendTec guy was there and I became the proud owner of a high-speed blender. The demo guy gave me a paper with three recipes, and the URL

I came home that day with my blender, spinach and fruit. The first thing I did was go to GSG on the web and my life was transformed from that day forward.

I have been making green smoothies daily since May. I’m now 100% vegan and eat mostly raw. I have lost over 23 pounds and have no desire to eat bad foods anymore. My taste buds have been reprogrammed to the beautiful plant foods offered by nature and I now love myself too much to use my body as a garbage can.

Once you learn how good real food tastes, you can’t go back to the SAD (Standard American Diet) way of dying (it’s certainly not living).

Robyn, you were my catalyst for change along with my own will for a better life. I am eternally grateful that you are there to spread the message about how we can all benefit from changes in our food. I am now sharing your message with people that ask me what I’ve done to look so great and feel so fabulous. I’m proud to call myself part of the “green team.”


Cheryl Ulrich

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  1. Robyn, I follow your blog regularly and just made my group buy purchase. Thanks so much for putting that together. I am curious if you have seen the preview for 60 MInutes on CBS about Steve Jobs. It talks about how he tried to treat his cancer with ”fruits and vegetables,” and “was stupid.” I hate to hear things like that. If I every was diagnosed with cancer, I would like to go the route you promote, natural healing. Just curious if you had heard much about this. Thanks.

    1. Gentry, yes, I’ve been reading all the commentary about Steve Jobs. Nothing I’ve read mentions the fact that the type of cancer he had is very deadly, and fast. The average length of time someone lives after diagnosis with that cancer is 23 months, and Steve Jobs lived 7 years. I wonder if some of the natural tx he received lengthened his life. But of course the mainstream media will not be conjecturing that.

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