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Giveaway, Chia Pudding Recipe—and why you need Omega 3′s

At our VIP class a few weeks ago, I taught 6 nutrition habits, each of which can have a dramatic effect on your health. One is using chia seed (I gave my favorite ways to use it) for Omega fatty acids. One thing I feel passionate about is getting people to understand how critical a […]

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the virtues of coconut water

Stacy S., organizer of my San Diego event last week (I will blog about it this week, just waiting for photos), that I should write more about coconut oil. How about the liquid, or water, of the coconut? Thanks for the help on this, Jenny Cook: It’s an amazing alternative to water – low in […]

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tennis and brain tumors and green smoothies

If I’d had my camera with me, I’d have taken a photo of one of my fiercest tennis opponents, whose name is Kristy. I haven’t played her in a long time; she plays for a club in North Salt Lake that we sometimes lose to (whereas we beat everyone else). She’s my age with 4 […]

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what I’m eating on the detox

Patti wrote and said, “I hope you’ll be willing to share with us a bit about your detox experiences as well as a few ideas on raw meals for those of us who can only be with you in spirit as our budgets right now are overloaded.” When you detox, the liver, kidneys, lymph system, […]

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hot-pink smoothie mustache

If you’ve been here a while, you know my favorite breakfast is my Hot Pink smoothie. This outrageously adorable little girl, Elena, just drank one. Got any better ideas to feed your little ones raw beets and carrots and have them still smiling like Elena is? This photo was sent in by a reader named […]

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Come early tonight! And, a time-saving tip.

Thanks for your patience if  you came to my Riverdale show last night. Especially those 65 of you who sat in the aisles on milk crates or stood along all the walls when all the seats were full.  And thanks for being patient with fussy babies—you know I WANT THOSE YOUNG MOMS THERE, and you […]

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It’s a Beet Monster

I’m not even sure what to say about this, that came out of my garden today. Technically it’s a beet. I’m not sure the photos let you appreciate just how big it is, about 12 in. tall. It looks like a replica of a human heart—blood color, to be sure, but also with the aorta […]

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hot pink breakfast smoothie

Class in Midway, part 1 of 2

I taught a class in Midway this week and will tell you more about it tomorrow, including about my accident two hours before the event.   It was the most well organized class I’ve ever done thanks to Leslie, who put it together.   She is amazing, one of those people who eat “high raw” […]

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raw food diet versus alkaline diet

I was having this conversation on Facebook today with a reader, and since I’m sure not all of you are my facebook friends or check in there regularly, I thought I’d share here part of the discussion: Dear GreenSmoothieGirl (condensed question): I was feeding my kids almond milk but read that overconsumption of nuts leads […]

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Thoughts after BYU’s Education Week, and Hot Pink Breakfast Smoothie, Part 1 of 5

I was at Brigham Young University ’s Education Week most of this week, with my gorgeous sister and two favorite cousins.  (That’s saying a lot about how cool Rochelle and Quinn are, since I have 48 first cousins and they all rock out loud.) I got to see a few GSG readers here from out […]

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