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Cheryl says green smoothies were her catalyst for a fabulous life!

I recently received this inspiring letter (edited for length) and photo from GSG Cheryl. You’re going to love reading it! Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I met you at the Portland conference, and had you sign my book after the talk. I know you meet a lot of people and probably don’t remember me, but I was there […]

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My friend Chris’ last public words before succumbing to cancer

I have seen people, when they are educated by those who tell the truth, become really angry. Tina, whom I met at CHI, 44 years old, was livid to discover she has been educated by industry. By folks with a profit motive that is in conflict with the interests of public health. She said, “Everything […]

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LISA goes raw and eliminates LUPUS symptoms

In Denver this summer, I met Lisa, who was, not long ago, completely debilitated by Lupus. Here’s her story, in 4 minutes, that I hope inspires you, if you have an auto-immune condition, to change your nutrition. (Sorry it was windy, which affected the sound. TURN IT UP!) I have been studying the methods of […]

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Creative Health Institute, part 2 of 5

Here’s a video of our teacher, Madeleine, talking about Rejuvelac, and a great idea for green smoothies—and the “banya” by the Coldwater Creek that is my favorite part of the CHI experience. If ALL you got at CHI was any two of the following things, the experience is well worth the money–and of course, you […]

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Stacy tells us what happens to inflammation and fibromyalgia when you EAT GREEN.

This sweet little 28-year old mom of 4 kids waited a long time to chat with me in Mesa, Arizona and got so emotional telling me her story. Why? Because this is our LIVES we’re talking about–the consequences of the fuel we choose color every aspect of our existence. It was hard for her to […]

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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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Is raw spinach bad for me?

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I bought your book, borrowed my friend’s Blendtec, then bought my own after I learned how much I love the greensmoothiegirl way. I just returned from visiting my in-laws out of town and my MIL is trying to tell me cooked spinach is better for you then raw and in a smoothie. Please […]

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Help with anxiety

[posted by a reader] I am going through some major problems in my life right now, out of my control.  I am suffering from major anxiety and I am having panic attacks.  I am tempted to start medication because I need a quick fix, something like Xanax to take the edge off.  This is very […]

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more tips and thoughts about feeding kids

So I was just hanging out with my friend Karl, a single dad to a 6-year old adopted son. He said his son has a very strong personality and he can’t “make” him eat anything. So Karl carefully observes what raw fruits and vegetables his sons likes, and leaves them around for him. As if […]

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Intestinal Distress!

Please help with advise. I love green smoothies but they are not agreeing with my intestines. I have painful, very painful, gas and bloating about 2 hours after drinking one, and lasts until the next morning. I’ve made them for about a week now and I’m no stranger to greens. I love all dark greens, […]

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