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Baby Emery a “Green Smoothie Girl in Training!”

Carrie in West Jordan, Utah, is a young mom with two little boys, plus baby Emery, pictured here, her “green smoothie girl in training!” Carrie wrote us about how she has watched her mother struggle with autoimmune problems her entire life, and recently lost her father to a heart attack. Even Carrie’s older siblings already […]

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A Story About Maureen in Orlando

Such cool stuff happens at my nationwide traveling green smoothie class. I love visiting a city near you and telling stories and research and giving you ideas and incentives to add simple but life-changing habits to your routine. In Orlando and Tampa, a lady named Maureen volunteered, to my staff, to make the green smoothie […]

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Automate one meal

Here’s a success secret of people who have lost 30 lbs., on average, and kept it off, according to  a study published in the medical journal Obesity: They find healthy foods they like and stick to them. They “automate” one meal daily so that it’s not a struggle. That’s what the green smoothie habit does for […]

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Drinking and driving: ideas on traveling

We flew into Columbus, Ohio. We then drove through the beautiful foliage in Michigan, Canada, New York, Massachussetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia. In each of 10 cities, we grabbed whatever was left of the gallons of green smoothie we served our audiences. After the lecture, we’d put them in the fridge in our hotel rooms. […]

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Tips for Getting More Greens in Kids’ Diets—besides green smoothies

A number of readers have suggested two ways to get more greens in your kids’ diets: Green smoothie popsicles Green smoothie fruit leather (in the dehydrator, on teflex sheets, dry until chewy, and roll) Of course my other tip (besides green smoothies, obviously) is to make KALE CHIPS, and we have lots of recipes in […]

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THINGS TO DRINK, 1 to 10 scale! (My interview with Ken Krogue of Forbes)

I told my lifelong best friend, Laura, in San Francisco, that a Forbes article talked about GSG. I told her I was doing an interview with the writer, Ken Krogue, founder of InsideSales, the next day. She texted me, “Tell him Mitt is your cousin. Forbes loves stuff like that.” I started that morning with […]

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We’re back from the Pacific Northwest! Part 2 of 2

Nona Springer send me this photo from my Portland lecture, with some of the many friends she brought with her, and she wrote this: I went to Robyn’s last lecture in Portland and loved it.  I talked about 20 friends into coming to this one and they all loved it too.  Not everyone made it […]

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dramatic testimonial from “the happiest grama on the planet”

We get a lot of wonderful testimonials, both in person when I teach, and via email on the site. Few are as dramatic as this one we got from Mary Kay: Since hearing about your website six months ago, I have been drinking a quart of green smoothies every day. People I meet now ask […]

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Siena loves green smoothies!

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: This is my 2 1/2-year old daughter, Siena, enjoying a kale, blueberry, banana & flaxseed smoothie.  I started making green smoothies when she was 15 months.  I have also been on 90% plant-based diet since January of this year. We have a family history of just about every chronic disease imaginable–my dad had a quintuple bypass at […]

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Autumn, Alex, and Austin are today’s heroes!

GSG reader Lisa B. recently read my challenge that, to help kids adopt a really healthy habit, I’d put their photo and story on my blog if they drank green smoothies every day for a month and wrote me. (The challenge is still open for YOUR kids.) Lisa was already a green smoothie girl and […]

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