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Carrot smoothie, anyone?

GSG’s very own Amy Jensen created this delicious carrot smoothie recipe using GreenSmoothieGirl Organic Vanilla plant-based protein, right before she ran the Ragnar relay for 36 hours. (You people who do this are nuts. I love running and playing sports. But I’m going to sleep at night, not run!) Consider the smoothie a healthy dessert—it’s […]

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GSG Coach Barbara Makes Green Smoothies To Go!

  Dr. Barbara Jennings, D.C., is one of the busiest people I know, but also tremendously knowledgeable about holistic health. She healed herself of a very serious auto-immune condition many years ago, with plant-based nutrition. She lost weight and regained her energy, and like me, never wants to go back to that dark place. Dr. […]

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Second Chance group buy! And, Why I Love Coconut Oil!

We’re doing a SECOND CHANCE group buy—with not only UNPASTEURIZED almonds, but also the best coconut oil I’ve ever tried, organic and cold pressed, silky and delicious—and for nearly $7/gallon less than our wholesale GROUP BUY price was. You don’t want to miss this. We may sell out before the event ends Mar. 31. We […]

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Favorite Ways and Recipes to Use Coconut Oil!

An inexpensive, whole-food, highly nourishing moisturizer! Use a small, clean jar, and fill it with coconut oil. (I have these in my purse, my bathroom vanities, and even in my desk.) I put it on my lips, which feels amazing, although it doesn’t have a beeswax moisture barrier like lip balms do. And I slather […]

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Is Coconut Oil Friend or Foe?

This is an excerpt of blogs I wrote in March, 2011. Thanks to a GSG reader for sending this New York Times article. A lot of the things I’ve been teaching for a long time are starting to go mainstream, about the power of coconut oil. I believed them only when I found a dozen […]

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Pumpkin treat recipes!

Melinda is my Detox buddy, since literally a few years ago when we beta tested it. We’ve done it together several times. She’s game for anything that improves health. She’s also my personal assistant and one of my best friends. And a very active mother of 5, ranging from age 20 to age 5, and […]

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GSG Coaches Share Healthy Cold-Weather Recipes, Part 5 of 5

Dr. Mariza Snyder loves this veggie chili recipe because it’s healthy comfort food! She’s the author of three best-selling books, and you can find the low-glycemic slow-cooker recipe book this recipe was adapted from here. Slow Cooker Veggie Chili Serves 8; Serving size 8 oz 2 cups chopped tomato 1 can garbanzos, drained and rinsed 1 can black […]

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GSG Coaches Share Healthy Cold-Weather Recipes, Part 4 of 5

Change it Up Chowder 1 cup coconut (young Thai fresh coconut meat, or dried shredded) 1 cup water 1 cup cashews Blend for 3 minutes in the blender. Add: ½ cup extra virgin cold pressed olive oil 1 teaspoon ​raw honey ​1 cup chopped celery Blend thoroughly and pick the flavor of the night: Corn Chowder by adding fresh […]

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GSG Coaches Share Healthy Cold-Weather Recipes, Part 3 of 5

This soup recipe, plus the chocolate frosting, is from Debbie, our resident chocoholic, so we couldn’t include her without telling us how to get our chocolate in, without resorting to anything low-brow with a Nestle or Hersheys label! Beans and Greens Soup (adapted from David Gabbe’s recipe, see http://davidsvegankitchen.com) One of my favorite cold-weather soups–hearty and deep-down […]

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GSG Coaches Share Healthy Cold-Weather Recipes, Part 2 of 5

Here’s a recipe from Madeline, near Chicago, where it actually gets COLD. Winter Warmer 15-Bean Veggie Soup 1 20-oz. pkg. “15 Bean Soup”  (throw away the “seasoning packet”, very toxic!) Soak beans overnight according to package directions. The next morning, drain the water. Then rinse beans well twice (eliminates much of the gas). In a cooking […]

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