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Read Sarah’s inspiring story about a year of green smoothies!

Today I share a letter we got recently. As reply to this blog entry, tell me—what happened to you when you (a) started drinking green drinks daily, and/or (b) started following my program to shift to whole foods? (There’s more! Don’t stop with just green smoothies!) I think it’s important that people hear YOUR story, […]

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Could you fit in the seat at Fenway Park?

Yesterday, a good friend confided in me that he’s recently had a heart attack and is struggling with asthma, acid reflux, allergies, and blood pressure over 170. He said, “I drink my green smoothie but then junk out the rest of the time.” This has always been my fear—that 90 percent of folks who read […]

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Nick and Kristin win #1 GreenSmoothieGirl evangelists!

Schoolteacher and computer programmer Kristin and Nick, after we made this video about attending my class in 5 cities, drove to MESA, AZ from their home in Cali. Every one of the six classes they’ve attended, they bring friends and family from that city. They’ve driven up to 8 hours to attend my class, and […]

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Intention is Everything

This is a photo of my son picking a sophomore named Tate off the ground to celebrate what happened last night at Utah’s legendary Gates Field where state high school playoffs are held. Tate told Cade, “Last night I dreamed you hit a grand slam!” He reminded Cade over and over that day, telling him, […]

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Annette finds green smoothie ingredients for free

Check out this letter Kristin got from GSG reader Annette, who just installed a GreenSmoothieGirl.com window sticker on her car and sent us these hilarious photos. We’ve gotten green-smoothie mustache photos of dogs, horses, and bunnies—but the guinea pig, that’s new! We love getting this stuff, so please tell us about your family and the […]

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The Feldman Kids Write Me about Green Smoothie Love

A letter I got recently that I love and thought you’d enjoy: Hello, we are the Feldmann kids! Mom started making green smoothies in Winter of 2009. We all thought she was crazy. Zane drank the heck out of them. Ashley (the oldest) enjoyed them as long as Mom made them. The two girls, Faith […]

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Robyn defends green smoothies (we’ve got a few detractors)

A few prominent nutrition experts have made negative statements about green smoothies. Brian Clement, Caldwell Esselstyn, Colin Campbell, and a lesser name or two. They may not realize that it’s a practice busy people are embracing en masse, and that it’s helping many people. I tackled that subject in writing recently, HERE. But because we […]

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My boy makes green smoothies to impress hot girls

Last night my 18-year old son had some hot girls from his school over to…..wait for it….do a green smoothie demo. I mocked him pretty hard. Since he has never made a green smoothie in his life. I guess the hot girl asked him point-blank if he would make her a GS. (Shameful, yes, that […]

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Let me help your kids with an incentive to drink their green smoothies!

Desiree Ward is catering our VIP class on April 7. We are very excited to explore 5 power nutrition habits, to help you get off your green-smoothie plateau and climb to new heights! We have very few tickets left; get them HERE. Oh, and an unrelated request: do you know any preparedness expert locally (Wasatch […]

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from Brenda, on facebook

Thanks to Brenda DeSmit in Canada, on facebook, for posting this (I’ve edited it for length): I must post my experience with Green Smoothie Girl & her 12 Steps to Whole Foods program. Last summer I was forced to quit my high-stress, fast-paced career due to my health. A successful Finance & Insurance Manager is […]

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