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Subject: Dr. Jorgenson shares her tips on raising kids to be healthy eaters, Part 2 of 2

These are recipes Dr. Jorgenson shared, from the last blog post. Enjoy! Thank you, Michelle! Peanut Miso Sauce 2/3 C water 2/3 C peanut butter 3T miso 1/4 C lime juice 2 T nama shoyu or Bragg’s 2 T olive oil 1 T garlic, minced 1 T ginger, grated   Blend all together and serve […]

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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 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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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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How to Eat Right On A Budget…….Contest Winners, part 3 of 3

Margareta Jeppesen of Eagle Mountain, Utah, and Hilary Day of Nellysford, Virginia, are our last 2 winners. I think you’ll find their ideas useful. Share them on facebook or pinterest! Tips from Margareta J., a mom of four who says she lives paycheck to paycheck on one income, eating whole foods: Go to the health food store […]

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How to Eat Right On A Budget—Contest Winners, part 2 of 3

Enjoy the ideas of Joanna Keilson  of Cary, North Carolina, on how she feeds her family with limited funds! Tips from Joanna Keilson of Cary, North Carolina: 1. Identify the foods that are healthy, that work for your body, that you actually LIKE. Keep a list, and capitalize on that list. Take 60 seconds on […]

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NEW CONTEST! 3 will win $100! What crazy place did you get a super-healthy meal?

  Take a photo of a place in your hometown of a super-healthy meal you had, in a place you’d never expect to be able to get a good, plant-based, mostly raw, and/or nutrient dense meal!  The 3 best entries win $100 in free stuff from the GSG store (and shipping’s on me, too).   […]

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How to Eat Right On a Budget—Contest Winners, part 1 of 3

Congratulations to our contest winners, submitting their best ideas that help them “Eat Right On a Budget!”  Here are two of the lucky winners who get $50 of free GreenSmoothieGirl stuff, and free shipping. My next blog entry will announce my second contest, where five winners get $50, too! Watch for that next. And after […]

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WHAT DOES GSG THINK ABOUT THE PALEO DIET? part 2 of 2

The GreenSmoothieGirl View I do agree with Paleo theory that hybridized grains are a bad idea. Ditto processed foods. Any diet that gets us OFF PROCESSED FOODS will make you feel better. People get very emotional defending Eat Right for Your Blood Type–because people who followed it felt better. Sure they did! Every single one […]

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