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A healer in every home….HERE ARE MY COACHES! (part 3 of 3)

Nearly 3,000 people asked for an application. I chose these 16. I will tell you more about them later, with photos of more of them, but for now, many apprentices want to work with them, so I wanted you to have a way of contacting them, until we get the Coach Bio / Contact page […]

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Colorado, here we come—and help for Aurora shooting and fires victims

As Kristin and I leave for the 10-hour drive to Colorado tomorrow, we are mindful of the terrible tragedy and suffering due to the shooting and the fires. Yesterday my team forwarded me an email about a woman attending my lecture whose daughter was shot in the face but has miraculously survived and has a […]

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Need an event planner / customer service rep, up to 20 hrs/week

I hope you had a wonderful 4th of July! We are eating a watermelon a day around here, sometimes two. Not to mention the usual quart for me of green smoothie and 4 pints for the kids. They have to drink it in front of me, the two who are kinda non-compliant. I know, that […]

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and the oxalate controversy rages on……

We got lots of interesting email in response to my rebuttal to the wildly exaggerated and completely undocumented article posted by one “Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist” that tells people not to drink green smoothies and says they can “devastate” your health. Heidi, a “low oxalate” blogger / site owner wrote a response. I like […]

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The Power of One: the influence of a nine-year old

Check out this news article about what happened when a nine-year old girl began documenting online the appalling nutrition served in her school. Do you have a child who, like my Emma, loves good nutrition and wants to change the world? The internet makes that possible. Would your child like starting a blog, taking photos, […]

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Mortality, goodbye to my grampa, and taking youth for granted

Last weekend my grampa was in a hospital with pneumonia, his blood pressure 70/30 and they were unable to get an IV needle in him. We talk every day, my aunt or my dad, and I, about whether it’s time to fly to Couer d’Alene (via Spokane) to say goodbye. The crisis seems to be […]

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Announcing the GreenSmoothieGirl Health Coach Certification program!

I am going to certify 12 GreenSmoothieGirl Health Coaches in September, 2012. We’re very excited. Often I talk to readers who have a new IIN diploma, or who are self-educated, and want suggestions for ways they can make a career or part-time job helping people with their health knowledge. We have an opportunity for you. […]

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Flouride: It’s a poison. Not a cavity preventer.

Because we have the annual IONIZER group buy going on, I have the utterly infuriating subject of WATER QUALITY on my mind. In particular, chlorine and fluoride. Can we just talk a little about fluoride? The Nazis fed concentration camp victims fluoride because it is well known to sterilize people and make them docile. Former […]

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A sad update on the sugar bet….part 2 of 2

Next morning after I screwed up the sugar bet, I went for a run. I thought about telling Matthew.  I knew I had to. I would rather have a peaceful conscience than $10,000. That much was clear. I thought about telling you, my readers, who think I’m better than that. I ran along the beach […]

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A sad update on the Sugar Bet….part 1 of 2

It’s shameful that I’ve been delaying writing this post. You might know that on Sept. 11, I swore off all refined sugar, for a year. My friend Matthew Flinders and I put $10,000 on that bet. I haven’t eaten much sugar in recent years. A tiny fraction of what most Americans eat, for sure. I […]

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