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and the oxalate controversy rages on……

We got lots of interesting email in response to my rebuttal to the wildly exaggerated and completely undocumented article posted by one “Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist” that tells people not to drink green smoothies and says they can “devastate” your health. Heidi, a “low oxalate” blogger / site owner wrote a response. I like […]

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are you gardening yet?

I hope you’re planting a garden, since it’s May 14 and prime planting season!   I am enjoying the sunshine and getting my hands in the dirt (that’s “grounding” that gives you lots of antioxidants, by the way).   This is my first year doing it solo, though, so it’s lots more work, turning all […]

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GreenSmoothieGirl on Babies and Moms Radio

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I heard you on the Babies and Moms radio podcast recently, where the host Nancy was talking to you about me and how I am trying to lose weight to have a baby next year with green smoothies.   Is it possible to use carrot tops/greens and turnip greens in green smoothies? Do […]

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benifits of flax seed

Yesterday I wrote about the benifits of flax seed.   (I misspelled that word on purpose—long story.)   Possibly the very best way to get Essential Fatty Acids is in the form of flax and/or its oil.   However, two cautions are in order.   First, smell the seeds when you purchase them (and look […]

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Making those Thanksgiving mashed potatoes nutritious

I’ve been experimenting with low-glycemic index foods mixed with those high-GI foods people crave, for my book 12 Steps to Whole Foods.   Everyone knows that mashed potatoes spike your blood sugar, but what you may not know is that more than any other food, green foods stabilize your blood sugar.    So,  you’re smart […]

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