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When Female Hormones Go Wacko!

GreenSmoothieGirl reader, Sanford Harvey, developed this really simple and helpful infographic on female hormones and shared it with us. Have you always wondered why you are already experiencing signs and symptoms similar to menopause regardless of age? Have you felt like you could go head-to-head in a mood swing competition with your menopausal mother? Although female hormone […]

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I’m back from Switzerland, and I hope you come, next time

If you’ve been following GreenSmoothieGirl for a while, you might know that every 6 to 12 months, I go to my “home away from home,” the lovely Paracelsus al Ronc in the southern Swiss Alps. I discovered them on a research tour I did, for 3 ½ years, looking for where to send people who […]

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Check out this 3-minute video of ME in my BED

I got an Intellibed several years ago. And the quality of my sleep radically changed. So, I talk about my bed, to people, a lot! In fact, I just did this short video in my bedroom. (It’s G-rated, don’t worry!) I think it’s frustrating that virtually all the bed companies give you a 10-year warranty, […]

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My very favorite supplement, a game changer!

I’m a supplement snob. Because most supplements out there are made from materials the body can’t process. (Like chalk! rocks! metals!, Or highly processed ingredients. Or isolated nutrients that aren’t helpful when they’ve lost the synergistic properties of the whole plant.) When I did some lab testing 5 years ago, I was deficient in several […]

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April Fools delicious treat recipes for you!

I went from 206 pounds and 21 medical diagnoses, to my ideal weight and disease free, 20 years ago. I drink LOTS of green smoothie every day, and eat plants and little processed food and animal foods. BUT. I never have lost my interest in having a treat every day! I probably never will. Lots […]

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Ted Talk: When does cancer become dangerous? Can food prevent it?

Check out this Ted Talk by Dr. William Li. He talks about how cancers become dangerous. We all have cancer clusters–but they are not dangerous until they develop a blood supply. (40% of women who die in car accident have detectable breast cancer, according to one study based on autopsies!) So how do we cut […]

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The new Pepsi commercial

I’ve been hearing this ad on the radio lately. For Pepsi, or maybe it’s Coke. It reminds me of how the media has people so twisted up, with messaging, that the vast majority of us have NO IDEA what’s good for us, and how our diet affects our health, in hundreds of critically important ways. […]

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Just home from Switzerland! Come next May! Check out my live blood analysis.

I’m just back from the most magical place ever, my favorite place on the planet besides home—Paracelsus al Ronc in the Swiss Alps. Five GSG coaches, my mentor Laura Jacobs, assorted children and spouses (including my own daughter Emma, 18) enjoyed a 10-day liver detox. Plus some fabulous sightseeing, sunbathing, hikes, and socializing. Come with […]

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A green-smoothie toast to the new Roxberry in Orem!

  I’m so excited! Right in my hometown, Orem, my friends Mark and Holly Jackman opened a new Roxberry! I can get giant green juices, and a shot of wheat grass juice, like I’m holding here, delivered to my house! I’ve never had any place near home to buy a green smoothie or veggie juice. […]

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Natural Suntanning and Sunburn Prevention and Relief

Rodale News reported recently on foods that can (a) prevent sunburn, and (b) treat sunburn. I love to slather fresh aloe vera on it. (Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you must have an aloe plant in your house. They are succulents and hard to kill. I’ve had mine for 15 years. Every […]

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