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Stuff you’ve gotta know about Vitamin D

  Did you know that the USRDA of Vitamin D is so low—400 mg—that if you went in the sun for 18 seconds, your body would produce that much? (We need far more than that to be disease preventative, and to have enough to utilize calcium for bone density.) Did you know that Vitamin D […]

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What Every Woman Should Know About Hormones, part 4 of 4

So how do you get on bioidentical hormone? The self-dosing method that many women use, which is very unscientific of course, is to take dessicated animal hormones, such as thyroid, you can get at a health food store. These are natural supplements, and as such, are unregulated. (There are measures being actively legislated that would […]

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GIVEAWAY, Cool Caps for Kids!

First three people to write us, at support123@greensmoothiegirl.com, get a free Cool Caps from GreenPaxx.com. Check them out, very “green product” so our green smoothies don’t cause us to use lots of throwaway plastic. What an innovative mom Cindy is, who invented this product. Here’s the story she wrote us: I always maintain a healthy diet.  […]

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What Every Woman Should Know About Hormones, part 3 of 4

There’s more you have to know about hormones. Being estrogen dominant causes stroke, heart attack, cancer (especially of the reproductive organs), and osteoporosis, to name a few. We need estrogen dominance in the first week of our 28-day cycle. Estrogen prepares a woman for conception, and it promotes rapid cell growth. It has its function, […]

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What Every Woman Should Know About Hormones, part 2 of 4

You already know fresh fruits and veggies protect against cancer. Thousands of studies say so. Part of that is vitamins and mineral and fiber, of course. But part is that they protect against estrogen dominance! There are seven classes of “phytoestrogens” that you would be wise to seek out, in your diet: Isoflavones and coumestans […]

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What Women Need to Know About Hormones, part 1 of 4

This blog series is to educate you about female issues with hormones, and your alternatives to drug solutions. However, it should not be taken as medical advice. Please seek competent medical advice from a holistic practitioner. But read this if you have two X chromosomes, or love someone who does! We women are loaded for […]

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Type 1 Diabetes: is it a life sentence? part 1 of 2

Never do I get more angry and defensive messages than when I write about Type 1 diabetes. (That’s okay—I’m going to talk about it anyway.) Diabetes costs the U.S. $174 billion per year, more than all our recent wars combined. It’s worth talking about and exploring what can be done! If I allow a person […]

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What would you do if your child got cancer? part 1 of 3

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: What would you do if one of your kids got cancer? I have read in the news where they have tried to get alternatives treatments for their kids and they were put in jail because of it. Right now, our only plan is to take them straight to Mexico to get the same […]

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More about PSA / prostate cancer / breast cancer debates

Any time we take on a sacred cow—like testing PSA for prostate cancer—we hear about it. We are certainly getting emails and backlash now. I anticipated that. Thank you to everyone responding. Let me reiterate that I honor anyone’s right to decide about the PSA or mammogram issue for themselves. I feel strongly that we […]

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Anti-perspirants and shaving….do they cause breast cancer too?

Antiperspirants and underarm shaving cause breast cancer, too! Dr. Kris McGrath, M.D. of Chicago published a study of 400 breast cancer survivors, in the European Journal of Cancer Prevention. Women who aggressively shave and use antiperspirant had a diagnosis of breast cancer 22 years earlier than non-users. The most obvious conclusion is that tiny nicks […]

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