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Could you fit in the seat at Fenway Park?

Yesterday, a good friend confided in me that he’s recently had a heart attack and is struggling with asthma, acid reflux, allergies, and blood pressure over 170. He said, “I drink my green smoothie but then junk out the rest of the time.” This has always been my fear—that 90 percent of folks who read […]

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Nick and Kristin win #1 GreenSmoothieGirl evangelists!

Schoolteacher and computer programmer Kristin and Nick, after we made this video about attending my class in 5 cities, drove to MESA, AZ from their home in Cali. Every one of the six classes they’ve attended, they bring friends and family from that city. They’ve driven up to 8 hours to attend my class, and […]

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Cade pitches state finals today

This is my boy Kincade, graduating from high school this month. He’s a delightful kid to have around, loving and funny. He’s also the starting pitcher today at Timpanogos High School, in Game 3 of the state playoffs. He’s 6’3” and throws 90 mph. He’s injury free and healthy as an ox. This is the […]

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Be the change!

After our lecture in Mesa Saturday night, where 350 GSG readers showed up, Kristina W. waited in line almost two hours. She said, “Do you remember me?” For just a year or two, she lived up the street and around the corner. A few years ago, she asked my daughter Emma to babysit after school […]

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Be the Change….part 3 of 3

I will be talking more about alternatives to root canals, and the fluoride / amalgam fillings controversies next week. I’m researching and interviewing. I know I kinda left that hanging—a root canal isn’t acceptable, but neither is pulling a tooth. Stand by. I will have good stuff for you. Including comments and ideas from dentists […]

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Hunger Games….on “being the change”….part 2 of 3

Are we obsessed with rich food? With how everything tastes? I promise you, we are. The thing everyone wants to talk to me about, when I’m out running errands or at an event, is how green smoothies don’t taste that bad. (Well, sure, they taste GREAT if you put half a cup of agave in […]

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The latest green smoothie debate, part 2 of 3

In addition to that formalized piece of research, we have had thousands of testimonials mailed to the site, and I’ve spoken in 2011 to 50 live audiences of approximately   9,000 people. Many of them stay after and wait for up to 2 hours to talk, and many email us, and I daily hear stories […]

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How things change, from age 8 to age 18

Sometimes in my lectures, I encourage the moms of young children to make the change NOW while they’re still “in control” of so many things in the home, including diet. Making the change later is harder. NOT IMPOSSIBLE. Just harder. When your son is 8, you can educate him. When he’s 18, he no longer […]

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Video: Margaret says green smoothies brought her hearing back—and its effect on Lupus?

Check out what Margaret told me after my class in Carlsbad, California. She is an elegant, classy lady who has more than her share of suffering from systemic lupus and many other problems. Her husband, equally patient to wait and talk to me after my book signing, says in their 30+ year marriage, there has […]

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Nutrition is usually a gradual process of changes and improvement!

I think it’s important you know how gradual my health changes were. Because I don’t want you to be discouraged if you like how you feel eating whole foods, but your problems didn’t disappear overnight. I’ve written about 21 health problems I had in my 20′s that have all gone the way of the Dodo. […]

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