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exclusively breast feed for how long???

My son is 6mth old today.   I am not introducing solids at this point.   He isn’t ready.   I liked Robyn’s take on nursing till 18mth old and was glad to have the knowledge about babies not having the proper enzymes to digest cooked food till their canine teeth come in… which is […]

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Azure Standard –Gestazyme Digestive Enzyme?

hello robyn – i am always learning something new on your website. thanks so much for being so amazingly resourceful!! i read somewhere on your website that that you recommend digestive enzymes with any cooked foods. you provided also provided a link to  www.azurestandard.com to get enzymes but you didnt mention the brand of enzymes. […]

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enzymes, raw food, stomach acid

An excerpt from the FAQ of my new book coming out next month: Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: How can enzymes and eating raw food be so important when stomach acid would kill any enzymes that came with the food anyway?   A: Good question. Some people think that the low pH of the stomach stops salivary and […]

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Green Smoothie Testimonials, part 3

I’m 44 years old. I’ve always had very regular menstrual cycles. For about one year prior to drinking green smoothies, my menstrual cycles had become very irregular. After about two months of green smoothies, I returned to a very regular cycle of 20 – 30 days and my periods are just like they were in […]

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Blendtec Soup

Robyn, I finally broke down and bought a Blendtec at Costco the other day.   I love it!   They were making soup.   I made some today and liked it but I’m wondering if I’m killing the live enzymes.   I   start with a small amount of cool water and run it through […]

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extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 9 of 9]

Bee pollen Bee pollen has been a fascination of European researchers for a long time.   The dust from the stamen of blossoming plants collected from bees is fairly well documented to improve a lot of things most of us care about.   First of all, it increases your energy throughout the day and stamina […]

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Extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 7 of 9]

Pomegranate juice Pomegranate juice is another very hot product because of a few studies linking it to slowing growth of prostate cancer and arthritis, and reducing breast and skin cancer.   It’s been linked to improvement of several cardiovascular measurements, including thinning the blood and improving blood flow, lowering LDS cholesterol, and increasing HDL (“good”) […]

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extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 4 of 7]

Goji berries Goji berries are an interesting food because they are consumed regularly by the Earth’s longest-living people for at least 1,700 years, as well as used medicinally.   As scientists began to study their properties, they found that the fruit is 13 percent protein, which is unheard of for a fruit, and will increase […]

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extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 3 of 7]

If you missed the teleseminar about the ionizer, the offer (dealer price and the freebie) is good through Friday midnight.   Sorry we had some problems with the audio file and we just got it up:     http://greensmoothiegirl.com/lidownload.html If you don’t have the wholesale price sheet, just email me.   Now on to more […]

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I don’t want green smoothies when it’s cold!

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl:   I LOVE green smoothies, but lately, since it’s getting cooler outside, I’m wanting something warm . . . got any ideas?   Answer:   Yes, what I do is have my green smoothie (never warm, yuck!) PLUS something warm or hot that I really enjoy, like warm sourdough bread or a bowl […]

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