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Amazing news from Dr. Michelle Jorgenson!

Dr. Jorgenson (featured on my upcoming TV show) wrote me this ecstatic email last week: “We had great news today.   We’ve been thinking my husband had the Jorgensen curse.   We counted and 23 of my father-in-law’s first cousins have had heart attacks.   Both my mother- and father-in-law have high blood pressure and […]

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How GreenSmoothieGirl.com is doing

An internet marketing maven friend of mine (who beat cancer in his early 30′s with raw foods) wrote a report in Feb. called “[a very prominent raw-foods guru] versus GreenSmoothieGirl.” He wrote me this: “You have higher traffic ranking than any of [Prominent Guru's] web sites with a fraction of the name recognition. More traffic […]

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Are “eating healthy” and “obsessed” synonymous? Part 3 of 3

If you feel you are annoying your family, go ahead and transfer their feelings to me if you want! If it helps you, you can say, “Green Smoothie Girl says my ‘obsession’ is normal and that it’s just a phase. She had that phase, too. The only way through it is THROUGH it! Now she’s […]

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Are “eating healthy” and “obsessed” synonymous? Part 2 of 3

Regarding faux diagnoses: I’m always frustrated when someone wants to create a pathology out of something healthy, as with this “orthorexia” thing that a number of readers wrote us about. Fact is, before we had artificially-colored Cheez Whiz and a few generations of exposure to it, that kind of “food” would have been shunned. If […]

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Contest!—be the green smoothie girl who tells everyone you know

So I’m going to give away a 12 Steps to Whole Foods Complete Course….and do a personal consultation, free, to whoever sends the most of her friends/family to my upcoming GreenSmoothieGirl Makeover Tour. That’s because I love those of you who SHARE the message of what profound things can happen to your health when you […]

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I won’t die on most hills: thoughts on parenting

I had five 10-y.o. baseball players in the car last week, with this conversation: Me:  Hey Tennyson, get your stuff off my expensive tennis racket! Baseball Player #2:  Cool, you play tennis? Me:  Yeah. I have a 10 and 1 record so far this year. I lost one because my doubles partner barely had a […]

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“Best Day Ever” stuff

I have a group of friends I play a game with called “Best Day Ever.” When something good (or bad–that you decide is Perfect in its learning opportunities!) happens—we find that moment in every day that makes it the Best Day Ever—we text each other. It makes your day so great, looking for that funny […]

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Taking stock of progress…part 2 of 2

Once upon a time, my whole diet was Ben & Jerry’s, pizza, French bread, Diet Coke, and a fruit or salad mixed in to make myself feel better about it all. I started to change one thing at a time. Sometimes I’d have periods of big progress, and other periods of slight backsliding. It was […]

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Taking stock of progress….part 1 of 2

Last night I went to Zumba with Matthew, as I often do, and he talked me into staying late for yoga afterwards. I’d already worked out that morning, then played my last league tennis match of the season mid-day. We were already planning to be in another yoga class, at another gym, early the next […]

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update on GreenSmoothieGirl Makeover

You’ve been wondering what is happening with the GreenSmoothieGirl Makeover TV show? We have more footage to gather before we start releasing the first segments. So I’ll tell you what’s been going on, very briefly, here. Samantha Cornia had knee surgery and Baby Zack had some setbacks too. As we started, his doctor said he […]

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