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We are hiring! (Utah County locals only)

We work too much! We need a LOCAL (Utah County) Site Director’s Assistant, starting at $12/hour, 20 hours per week, 4 hours a day. In my Lindon home office. Kristin needs someone smart, self-starting, dependable, accountable, intuitive, easy to get along with, a multi-tasking wizard, a problem solver, not easily offended (we don’t offend people, […]

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Giveaway: Non-toxic deodorant!

Primal Pit Paste is a company founded by CrossFit Trainer and GSG reader Amy Cazin, who sent Kristin and me samples. It’s an all-natural deodorant she developed with the goal of finding natural and safe products that actually work. It’s easy to put on, and it works! You don’t want to put aluminum and other […]

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Do worms crawl out of pork?

When I was in Europe, I told one of the cancer patients I met that, while I’m not a vegetarian, I eat animal flesh only rarely, keeping it under 5 percent of my diet, and I never, ever eat pork. I don’t want filth and parasites in my body. Or to get trichinosis, a food-borne […]

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Video: Denise Gets Off Coumadin

Never have I raised the ire of more readers as when I did a video with Dr. Kirt Tyson, one of Dr. Gabriel Cousens’ 30 diabetics he treated in the documentary and wellness program Simply Raw. Dr. Tyson told me he is a clearly Type 1 diabetic, who is off insulin except on the occasion he […]

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Just take a deep breath!

At the Budwig Clinic, as in many holistic cancer treatment centers all over the world I’ve studied at, there is a great deal of focus on bringing oxygen into the body. (Cancer can’t stand O2 molecules!) One thing Dr. Jenkins teaches, as the director of the clinic in Spain, is to take 30 deep breaths […]

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I almost go Dumpster diving in Malaga, Spain

  I finally know what my Spanish minor in college is good for. (Okay, I didn’t actually finish it. I got to 300-level classes, couldn’t get A’s competing with classrooms full of Mormon returned missionaries who were immersed in the language for 2 years. I dropped it, for a quick-and-painless Poli Sci minor.) My trip […]

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