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The Renegade Lunch Lady, part 2 of 2

The “Renegade Lunch Lady” Chef Ann Cooper went to Washington, D.C. to investigate our first lady’s agenda. She ripped a hole in Michelle Obama’s “feel-good” childhood-obesity legislation, that has no funding and no policy “teeth.” I figured as much. Great platform, Mrs. Obama. Let’s make it reach to families and schools: Let’s get vending machines […]

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Utah Valley’s 50 Most Fabulous

Here’s Utah Valley Magazine’s 50 Most Fabulous, the Mar./Apr. edition just out: http://blog.uvmag.com/marchapril10/fab50.html (And the way you can flip pages in this program is so cool.) Anyway, I don’t know if I really qualify as fabulous, but it is fun to be in that magazine. Also check out my friend Kathy Headlee Miner, who founded […]

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Locals, a brand new CSA! Shares available—but not for long.

I’m excited to announce to folks in Utah County that Dale Allred, the brother-in-law of one of my closest friends (Wendy, who had a LOT to do with the start of GreenSmoothieGirl.com) is starting a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). It’s a organic, non-hybridized farm, with greenhouses, in West Orem, with 10 acres he is leasing. […]

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Crazy times in Peru. Can you help?

You know I went to Peru with my daughter to serve the Sunflower Orphanage near Urubamba. After we were there, it poured rain in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, nonstop for 4 days and 4 nights. You may have heard about people being airlift-rescued out of Machu Picchu. The hotel we stayed in? Destroyed. […]

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junior affiliate?

So I was volunteering in the lunchroom and recess at my 4th grader’s charter school. One of the moms came up to me and said she was a GSG.com fan and had my 12 Steps program and recipe collections. To prove it, she reached into her pocket, pulled out a whole cucumber, and took a […]

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GreenSmoothieGirl in today’s Daily Herald

Today this story ran in the Daily Herald about the growing green smoothie movement, and this site. Thanks for reading my blog—I love you all for the way you want to make the world greener and help everyone around you be healthier.  Photos by Mark Johnston. Enjoy: http://heraldextra.com/lifestyles/food-and-cooking/article

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request for testimonials

Hi everyone, I’m getting ready to launch not only my affiliate program, but also the EXPANDED, shipping 12 Steps to Whole Foods program (printed manual and recipes, dvd’s, cd’s, journal, all add’l recipe collections on cd, AND The Green Smoothies Diet book). If you’re a 12 Stepper and you’re willing to write me a detailed […]

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How much plant food does America eat?

Check out this story from USA Today, below. Go ahead and gloat that if your child is drinking even a pint of green smoothie daily even with NO other fruit and vegetable intake, he is ahead of at least 90.5 percent of American teenagers. (My guess is that you’re outpacing more like 99% of teens, […]

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a Time Magazine article you should read

http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1917458,00.html Please read this article about the high price of the cheap food we eat. I am extremely unhappy with our president’s health care reform plan.   (My health care reform would include disincentives for prescription drug use and incentives for healthy living “preventive” measures.)   But I’m a big fan of Michelle Obama’s organic […]

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GSG.com looking for a personal assistant, and a bookkeeper

If you know someone in Utah County who could help me, GSG.com needs a personal assistant, so please have anyone (I’m thinking stay-home mom) email me who could work from home a couple hours a day for about $10/hr., and occasionally help me with videos or doing demos/classes. I’d like someone web savvy who can […]

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