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Dr. Jorgenson shares her tips on raising kids to be healthy eaters, part 1 of 2

Dr. Michelle Jorgenson, a dentist in Highland, Utah, is one of our three winners of the “How to Teach Kids to Eat Right” contest. Her comments here, and the recipes in my next blog, will be featured in my upcoming book, How to Eat Right In the Real World. I’ll share the inspirational story later, […]

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Shanda Blake raises 7 kids to be healthy eaters, Part 2 of 2

Last time I shared the thoughts of Shanda Blake, as she’s in the trenches raising a very large family eating whole foods. These are some of Shanda’s children’s favorite recipes she wanted to share with you. APPLE BUTTER 15 small apples (a mixture of varieties) 2 cups raw coconut sugar 2 t. cinnamon 1/2 t. […]

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Shanda Blake raises 7 kids to be healthy eaters, Part 1 of 2

Another of our three winners in the “How do You Raise Healthy Eaters?” contest, this is from Shanda Blake of  Saratoga Springs, Utah, a busy mom of 7 kids, ages 1 to 15! Breakfast I started with breakfast: how can I make breakfast healthier? I bought a grain grinder and started making my own flours. […]

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Three Winners Tell Us How They Raise Healthy Kids!

I’ve gone through 50 single-spaced pages of contest entries, parents telling us their best stuff for how they raise kids to be healthy eaters. And I’m excited to announce I’m running the three winners here on the blog. They, and many others with great ideas, will be in my upcoming book, How to Eat Right […]

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Lose 2 lbs. in one day! And, can 3 blondes change a lightbulb?

Actually, this blog entry has nothing to do with the blonde joke. (That’s such a cheap way to get attention for this blog. We go for good CONTENT around here, not lowbrow jokes.) And anyway, I can change a lightbulb all by myself. I just chose not to. Rachel and Adrianne, here, tried to help […]

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Thanks for feeding me spinach, Mom.

I’m having a rough month emotionally. Completely coincidentally, my three oldest kids left home within a few weeks of each other. (This photo is the morning my daughter moved into the dorms.) I find tears welling up in my eyes for no real reason, lately, missing my kids and feeling nostalgic. We also sold our […]

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Yummy anti-allergy recipe to share

Summer is over, and fall is coming! Do you get hay fever? I don’t–but I used to. RAW local honey was how I got rid of allergies, as the local pollens act as a homeopathic against pollen allergens. This recipe is a delicious, healthy way to get your raw honey in. Don’t wait till it […]

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GSG Detoxers lose an average of 12 lbs, and want to tell you what happened!

I have 35 pages of testimonials from people gushing about their experience on the GreenSmoothieGirl Detox. As with the beta testers (a group of 30 people who tested the whole program a year ago), the average weight loss was 12 lbs. That’s pretty impressive, for 26 days! One detoxer had her body fat measured before […]

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K’Lynne still going strong!

You may remember K’Lynne, from tiny Phoenix, Oregon. She did the 12 Steps to Whole Foods course and lost 100 pounds. I saw her in Minneapolis in June, where she brought her mother to my lecture. She’s shy and quiet, but she’ll answer questions in front of a big audience. I said, regarding how she […]

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Sharing green smoothies in a third world country

GreenSmoothieGirl reader Curtis Wakefield is a Christian missionary working in Mexico. He has helped turned his and his family’s health issues around with green smoothies and whole foods, and drove a long distance to attend my class in Sacramento in March, 2012.  He shared these pictures of sharing green smoothies with a local family who has […]

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