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Halloween Controversy: better to feed candy to the homeless? or nothing?

Last year on Halloween, I posted that I pay my kids $20 for the privilege of dumping their Halloween candy in the trash outside. On facebook, I have the interesting situation of 90% of my personal page’s friends being GSG readers, and 10% being people I actually know. One of my high-school friends, cheerleader Beth, […]

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My friend Chris’ last public words before succumbing to cancer

I have seen people, when they are educated by those who tell the truth, become really angry. Tina, whom I met at CHI, 44 years old, was livid to discover she has been educated by industry. By folks with a profit motive that is in conflict with the interests of public health. She said, “Everything […]

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420 lbs., scared, stressed, humiliated. Help!

Just received this letter from Mark. Mark, lots of people will be praying for you to make lifestyle changes like K’Lynne’s, with spectacular results! Such a great idea to just start eating whole foods instead—I have known so many people who can no longer absorb nutrition after those surgeries that hack and rearrange your digestive […]

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Group buy starts today!

Group buy kicked off TODAY! I hand-select 26 pantry staples I am able to get inexpensively, and we stock it through Nov. 30. Or “while supplies last.” Log in and check it out HERE. Also check out the forum for finding people in your area to split an order with. And forms for organizing your […]

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What to do with my extra greens??

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I bought some spinach at Costco and when I got home, I saw it was about to go bad. So I blended it up and froze it in 4 Tupperware containers. Is that okay, or does it ruin the nutrition? Answer: Sure, that’s okay. Even slightly oxidized, two-days-refrigerated, or frozen-then-thawed greens, are better […]

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LISA goes raw and eliminates LUPUS symptoms

In Denver this summer, I met Lisa, who was, not long ago, completely debilitated by Lupus. Here’s her story, in 4 minutes, that I hope inspires you, if you have an auto-immune condition, to change your nutrition. (Sorry it was windy, which affected the sound. TURN IT UP!) I have been studying the methods of […]

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More info about Rejuvelac, part 3 of 3

Question: You said to use quinoa or soft white wheat berries. Can I use hard red wheat? What about other grains? Answer: At classes I taught in Washington and Oregon right after posting the original Rejuvelac video, I had a few readers tell me they’ve been making Rejuvelac for years, with hard red wheat, triticale, […]

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More info about Rejuvelac, part 2 of 3

Question: Are you aware that Dr. Brian Clement, director of Hippocrates Health Institute, with whom you are speaking in Florida early next year, discontinued Rejuvelac at Hippocrates long ago because they found it was “contaminated?” What do you have to say about this? Answer: Yes, I’m aware. In fact, Dr. Clement’s opinion, circulated in a […]

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More info about Rejuvelac, part 1 of 3

[Because many people are asking: group buy has not kicked off, hopefully early next week, stay tuned here and we'll announce it!] We got more comments about my Rejuvelac video and blog than anything I’ve written about in a long time. The main reaction was, “This is so easy now that I’ve SEEN it, can’t […]

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Dill Pickle Kale Chips

Kale chips are the best thing that dehydrators do, in my opinion. (Well, making crunchy snacks out of sprouted raw almonds is a close second, and flax crackers are a close third.) I’m sitting here eating some kale chips at my desk, right now. Not only are they delicious and easy to make, but you […]

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