I Hate Cancer.

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Rest in peace, my friends, Heinz and Cindy My dear friend Cindy Graves, a GreenSmoothieGirl Senior Apprentice, passed away of cancer recently. Too young, only 57. Six years ago, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and did some chemo. Cancer was re-diagnosed only 6 weeks before she passed away. She leaves behind her husband, Mark,…

Why I Never Drink Fruit Juice

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I used to drink fruit juice, until I discovered whole-food green smoothies Last week, I ran into a friend of mine that I haven’t seen in, literally, 15 years. She told me that 20 years ago, I taught her green smoothies. To my horror, she’s still making them the way I did back then in the…

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My former traditional dentist friend weighs in about MERCURY FILLINGS

Dear readers, it’s been a while since I posted on my research about the exciting, burgeoning field of “biological dentistry.” A couple of years ago I wrote fairly extensively about my own dental saga (thanks to the first 30 years of my life eating a LOT of sugar, and doing lots of toxic dental work…

Robyn’s answer to a famous doctor’s anti-green-smoothie claim

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn of the Cleveland Clinic is a hero of mine. Former President Bill Clinton cites Dr. Esselstyn, a proponent of a plant-based diet as a solution to cardiac problems, as one of his inspirations to go vegetarian. As you know, President Clinton was triple-bypass survivor who gave up fried foods and hamburgers to…

Science compared every diet. The winner? Real food!

Dr. David Katz and Dr. Stephanie Meller, at Yale University, completed a survey of the published research on diet over the past decade. The primary finding, surveying thousands of studies? “A diet of minimally processed foods close to nature, predominantly plants, is decisively associated with health promotion and disease prevention.” Score one for my mission.…