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What’s in YOUR fridge? BEST winner. Part 1 of 5

 I’ve seen my share of bachelor refrigerators, having been single for 5 years this August. It’s a sad state of affairs. I figure there are some fridges that are in desperate need of help. But you know what the funniest part of hours of reviewing fridge photos and accompanying stories that readers sent me? Every […]

Don’t be fast, cheap, easy, or fake!

Don’t be fast, cheap, easy, or fake! “You Are What You Eat. So don’t be fast, cheap, easy, or fake.” Isn’t it funny how those are some of the worst descriptors for human beings. How would you feel if you heard one of your friends had described you to someone else as “cheap and fake?” […]

Xylitol as a sugar alternative—GIVEAWAY today! part 1 of 2

The average American eats 152 lbs. of sugar annually, compared to 20 lbs. a century ago. That’s 750 calories daily, from refined sugar–which is half an adult woman’s daily calorie requirements! Some doctors have predicted that since Americans are eating 100 times more sugar than the human pancreas can process, in 20 years, every single […]

A story about Marlena in Redding

blendtec

The folks at Blendtec are a blessing to me, and to lots of others, too. They give me a $435 blender to give to one lucky attendee at each of my classes. Once, to an audience of 400 in Dallas, I said: “This amazing machine is a game-changer for your health. I really wish I […]

A Story About Maureen in Orlando

Such cool stuff happens at my nationwide traveling green smoothie class. I love visiting a city near you and telling stories and research and giving you ideas and incentives to add simple but life-changing habits to your routine. In Orlando and Tampa, a lady named Maureen volunteered, to my staff, to make the green smoothie […]

Contest for Prizes: What’s in MY fridge, and YOURS!

My 17-yo daughter Emma was examining the contents of our fridges and said, “Mom, you should take a photo of what we eat, because it’s so pretty.” (Update: Emma is going to college on a full-ride soccer scholarship! She’s a 6-year vegetarian, and erstwhile vegan, with a goal of being a career humanitarian, running a […]

Can Easter be Sugar-Free?

As it turns out, you CAN do Easter without sugar. I love to make my kids baskets of gifts on Valentine’s Day and Easter. There are plastic eggs in these baskets, which I filled with treats, but no candy with refined sugar or corn syrup. I get them in bulk at the health food store: […]

Don’t eat GMO’s, part 3 of 3

  Check out this Natural News cartoon. Don’t count on our grocery-store foods having labels like “heart-disease spread” and “diabetes drink” or “colon cancer dogs” anytime soon. Coach Jeanette’s a more fiery person than me. (She’s our GSG-certified health coach in So Cal and Florida.) After a day of listening to Expo West sales staff […]

Don’t feed baby Cheerios, part 2 of 3

Listen below to John Roulac explain what genetically modified organisms are, and what companies to watch out for, and what you can do about it. The biggest thing is, be aware, read labels, and vote with your dollars. When we stop buy frankenfoods, they’ll stop making them. It’s going to take millions of people voting […]