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Hot dogs are too dangerous for human consumption

If you’ve been a GSG reader for long, you know I’ve said a million times that “all things in moderation” does NOT mean we should eat poison—in any amount, moderate or otherwise. And I often point out that while my diet isn’t perfect, there are some things I never, ever eat, and absolutely stand up […]

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Coach Judi In the News Making a Green Smoothie

Reporter Danielle Johnson in Oklahoma City went to the class that GreenSmoothieGirl Coach Judi Sears taught last month, and was so inspired she went home and starting feeding her own kids green smoothies. Click HERE to view the TV news story—enjoy! Good job to Coach Judi, who is an amazing emissary for our mission and […]

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A Healthy Gingerbread House?

So much of what happens at the holidays is beautiful, and creative and fun–and brings us down, after we eat it, susceptible to colds and flu, and lower energetically. I started the GSG Detox early, on Dec. 27, due to my upcoming travel schedule. The live event starts Jan. 5! I eat healthier than 99% […]

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I am the Thanksgiving turkey. And, the GSG crowd goes to Switzerland.

  I was the Thanksgiving turkey this year. Kind of literally. On the American holiday, I was in the Southern Swiss Alps at one of my newly favorite places anywhere in the world……Clinica Paracelsus al Ronc. With lots of GSG readers, pictured here. We were doing a 2-week liver detox. We’re doing it again, in […]

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GSG on the front page of the Salt Lake Tribune

Here’s a fun story that ran on Dec. 31 on the front page of the Salt Lake Tribune. All about why I am so passionate about what I do, and a little about my speaking tour that starts this week in Utah! Unfortunately it reports that Bountiful, Sandy, and Provo are sold out, and it’s […]

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Post holidays, 5 REASONS to Join the GSG Detox…..starts Jan. 5!

If you order Full Support, or Manual Only, by Jan. 4, you still have ONE DAY to prep. That’s because we send you the manual via email immediately, while you wait for it to arrive in the U.S. or Canadian mail. Read or watch my short video HERE about why I spent almost 3 years […]

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What you should know about what happens when you BBQ meat, or fry potatoes

USA Today wrote recently about the FDA’s new rules instructing the food industry how to reduce acrylamide. That’s a carcinogenic chemical produced in many processes involved in creating “foods” like French fries, cold cereal, and coffee. This article bizarrely focuses on the fact that even toast causes acrylamide (anytime you brown, or especially burn, anything). […]

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We’re going to Paracelsus al Ronc Again! May 25, 2014

I had the most fabulous time, recently returned, from our 2-week Liver Detox retreat in the Swiss Alp town of Castaneda, at Clinica Paracelsus al Ronc. Our retreat was waitlisted by the time we went, as the clinic is small with only about 20 private rooms. My GSG reader friends and I each had 40 […]

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Good Vibrations

It’s a song by The Beach Boys that you’ve never about thought much. Feel free to listen to it HERE while you read this blog. I’ve been obsessed with studying vibrational energy in the past year, and my 2014 lecture is all about this. How to stop obsessing about calories and macronutrients and other fairly […]

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Ditch 12 pounds, join the GreenSmoothieGirl Detox in January!

Let’s raise our vibration, post-holidays, with a highly effective “spring cleaning,” shall we? Many of you participated in our first GreenSmoothieGirl Detox in August, and have been eagerly awaiting our next live event, starting Jan. 5. Or you’ve heard about it and have been telling us you’re ready this time! All the science is explained, […]

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