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Are nutritionists and dieticians sleeping with the enemy?

I often talk about how our health care system, and our food system (Big Pharma and Big Food), are Enemies #1 and #2 we have to ward against, if we want to protect our health. Once I wrote about attending a women’s retreat where a nutritionist taught a class and told mothers that their #1 […]

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The truth about fish oil and essential fatty acids.

One of my favorite, very simple solutions, for covering hard-to-find nutrition bases, is our SPROUTED FLAX. Why? Because people desperately need essential fatty acids (EFA’s), EVERY DAY, from their food. To avoid heart disease, neurological problems, and anxiety and depression. And Americans aren’t getting adequate levels of EFA’s. 80 percent of us are deficient in […]

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My Friend John’s Amazing Recovery

My favorite things to share are just a few of the miraculous stories I hear on a regular basis at GreenSmoothieGirl.com. When people begin to learn about, and then practice, a disease preventative lifestyle. You know I love Paracelsus al Ronc in Southern Switzerland. I was studying holistic cancer treatment, worldwide, when I discovered this […]

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If you want some courage to do the Detox……

This is Linda from Monroe, Ohio, whom I met last week on my Michigan / Ohio speaking tour. She did the GSG Detox last August, got off 10 medications and lost 38 lbs! How does someone lose 38 pounds in 26 days? That’s what cleansing the organs of eliminations, and detoxifying at a cellular level, […]

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Baseball and green smoothies go so well together!

It’s turned beautiful here in Utah, just in time for baseball season.There’s nothing I love more than a double header, sitting in the sun, cheering for my boy and his buddies, booing bad ref calls, and trying to get Tennyson to drink his base-running green juice. The superleague Mojo has been winning tournaments (and losing, […]

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Diet vs. Exercise

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I know that a great diet coupled with lots of exercise is the healthiest approach for all of us. Having said this, I just listened to a guy on the radio say he is a gym rat and is in excellent physical shape for his age (approaching 50,) but he’s a junk food […]

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Want to buy my beautiful new house?

It’s a totally self-indulgent blog today! But, I’ve got $3k for anyone who introduces us a buyer unrepresented by a realtor. (We’ll talk to realtors, too, though.) So I told you last year I was building a new house in the spectacular Daybreak planned community in South Jordan, Utah. Well, halfway through the building process, […]

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Where the medical profession has gone wrong, pt. 2 of 2

After my Boise class, an M.D. anesthesiologist patiently waited in line to talk to me. I’ll call him Dr. R. But he was kind, humble, and clearly unimpressed by the “Doctor as God” philosophy of some M.D.’s. He didn’t want me to call him by his doctor title; he insisted I call him by his […]

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The insanity of drug layering: where the medical profession has gone wrong, part 1 of 2

My friend Ben sent me this t-shirt photo. “I take Metformin for diabetes, caused by the hydrochlorothiazide I take for high blood pressure, which I got from the Ambien I take for insomnia, caused by the Xanax I take for the anxiety, that I got from the Wellbutrin I take for chronic fatigue, which I […]

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10 GSG readers win an Ecojarz gift set!

Here’s the Ecojarz gift set my new friends at that company sent 10 of my much-loved readers. I love mine, and I love how it makes my glass canning jars endless reusable with my favorite nutrition habit ever, green smoothies! Plus I’m not throwing plastic straws away. If you have a product you think I […]

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