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Petition Kraft to Get Rid of Food Dyes

HERE’s a petition on just a FEW of the many toxic ingredients in Kraft Macaroni. According to this, Food Dye Yellow #5 and #6 require a warning label in countries outside the U.S. and are banned or being phased out in Europe. They are contaminated with known carcinogens and manufactured with toxic petrochemicals. They have […]

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10,000 Hours. 10,000 Choices.

I’ve been thinking about that newly famous, often-quoted piece of research that, to be great at something, you must spend 10,000 hours. Breaking it down, that’s 5 years of full-time work. I’m awed by the beautiful, virtuoso violinist, Anne-Sophie Mutter. I heard her play, live, when I was in Paris in 1992, when she was […]

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Winners of our contests!

  We’ve had a bunch of contests lately, and we’ll have MORE, so make sure you read this blog sooner than later, because early birds get the worm around here! I’ll be blogging some really great stories that readers told me from my Pacific Northwest speaking tour. Check out HERE where I’m speaking in the […]

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Michael’s 9 Favorite Raw Recipes

I edited these recipes at 10 pm and was so hungry when I was done! If having great ideas and recipes is the key to healthy living, you’re now 9 steps ahead, thanks to Michael and RaeVern Dumond of Seattle. Thank you, my friends!  Raw Lemon Cookies 4 cups raw cashews ( soaked 4 hrs) […]

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Michael in Seattle brings Green Smoothie Love to the Seattle Deaf Community

Michael DuMond in Seattle is a firestarter in the hearing impaired community in Seattle. He’d been to my lecture before when I spoke with David Wolfe a couple of years ago, but this time he brought 20 deaf friends and two interpreters. This story was told to me through one of the sign language interpreters, […]

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Whole Foods and Depression, Tori’s Story. Part 2 of 2

This story is worth your time to read. It made me cry, both when I first read it, and again when I sat down with it to craft it into a blog entry to share with you. It moved me because, on its own, it’s a gorgeous story. It’s also very close to my heart, […]

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Tori from Seattle tells me a beautiful story, part 1 of 2

Tori’s is one of the most moving stories I have read from a GreenSmoothieGirl reader. You know I’ve read hundreds, possibly thousands. This one is so very special. I have thought about it all week. I think what touched me so deeply by her story is knowing how, by not putting sugar water in our […]

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Two more amazing women win blenders in the Pacific Northwest

I almost didn’t go to Bellingham. I’d told Coach Debbie T., who works in the Pacific Northwest, that doing 4 lectures in 4 cities, in 48 hours, is just too intense! We’ve done it many times. Kristin and I call those lecture tours “Butt Kickers.” The ones that end with two lectures on Saturday and […]

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Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: What do You Use for Skin Care?

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: Please share your facial regimen!  I am really frustrated. You’re always so helpful and willing to share the products that you use in your life, so I am sooo anxious to hear.  I am experiencing redness on my skin and am ready to address it.  Please help this homeschool mom of very active […]

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What’s in YOUR fridge? Runners up! Part 5 of 5

Susan Sorenson of Westminster, CO has another great “runner-up” fridge. Her husband’s cholesterol was high and rising, monitored by the cardiologist. Her husband said he couldn’t give up meat, but Susan packed her fridge and said, “We’re doing this for a few months,” He now says, after his cholesterol dropped significantly, that he doesn’t desire […]

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