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Jennifer’s “HOW TO SHOP” store tour classes coming up!

My certified GreenSmoothieGirl coach for Utah and Idaho, Jennifer Parker, is doing a class in Orem, and Sandy, Oct. 13 and 27, with limited tickets available, called HOW TO SHOP! A TOUR OF YOUR HEALTH FOOD STORE She’ll be walking you through the Good Earth store near you. Showing you the best baking ingredients. The […]

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The Rest of the Story with Rich the Pharmacist. Part 2 of 2.

I don’t buy that baloney. (In more ways than one.) If you eat hot dogs and soda on a regular basis, you’re almost certainly spending lots of money on doctor bills. Or you’re about to, as springs start to break loose in your internal box spring. Your health insurance company is going broke, too. I […]

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The NASTIEST green smoothie ever…a war is brewing…and Samantha’s blog

Today I filmed inside a closed Good Earth store, where the Wilberts, Cornias, and Total Care Dental got the following fun surprises: $50/week for the next 2 months in groceries from The Good Earth, presented by co-owner Scott Howard $50/week for the next 2 months in groceries from SunWarrior, plus free protein powder, Liquid Light, […]

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door-to-door meat salesmen

I just answered my front door and thought you would like this: Salesman: “Do you like chicken or beef?” Me: “Neither! We like to eat plants. We serve a more or less vegetarian diet here.” Salesman: “What if it’s only $2/lb.?” Me, big smile: “Even if it were free!” Salesman, face falling: “Oh. Sometimes people […]

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Power foods? Really?

I saw a People Magazine article last week about 10 “power foods.” They listed agave, along with the aggressively marketed, uber-expensive acai and goji berries. Now I’m not going to diss  acai and goji, which are certainly high in antioxidants. But if you’re trying to adhere to a budget, do you really want to pay […]

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raw almonds and 15 other items in upcoming group buy

Newsflash, this blog was hacked into late last week, and I’m sorry you couldn’t read or post comments. It took my webmasters a little while to figure it out, THANKS CHRIS AND RITESH!, but it’s fixed now. The downside is, everyone has to re-register and get a new password. Sorry about that. But please do, […]

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So you’re trying to get kids to eat right!

You’re raising kids (or maybe helping with your grandkids)?  You and me both, my friend!  I’m raising four—two boys and two girls. They all have different personalities, interests, and temperaments. Your kids are “picky,” you say? I get that. I’ve got two kids like that. I don’t pretend to have all the answers, but I […]

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a few links for you

I’m doing a 12 Steps to Whole Foods class in Lehi, Utah, on July 17.   Here’s a new link to sign up: https://www.classicbooksandgifts.com/content/12-steps-food-eating Check out Dr. Denise Punger’s blog.   She’s a 12 Stepper,  and I endorse her recipes and courageous advice to her patients to eat right, as well as her book Permission […]

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locals alert . . . amazing prices on strawberries, cherries, more at Ream’s

Back to the weightier issue tomorrow . . . I taught a GreenSmoothieGirl class up gorgeous Hobble Creek Canyon today at a women’s conference, which was great fun.   On my way down the canyon, I stopped at Ream’s in Springville because of these amazing prices, through Tuesday–worth a bit of a drive, I think, […]

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here’s the Green Polka Dot Box recording!

For those of you who missed the teleseminar on Green Polka Dot Box’s launch, here’s the audio file now on  GreenSmoothieGirl.com! GPDB is an online  wholesale buying club for natural and organic products.   That’s free home delivery (for orders over $150, and $8.99 for orders less than that) and pricing 10% to 50% less […]

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