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Coconut Oil Giveaway and Recipes!

I’ve sent people to Mountain Rose Herbs for their extra virgin, cold-pressed coconut oil, for years. I’ve never had a complaint, because their product is fabulous, and we’ve gotten tons of testimonials about skin conditions clearing and other exciting benefits of beginning to use this lauric acid-rich, medium chain fatty acid (missing in most people’s […]

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recipe for you! my favorite salad and dressing

NOTE: If you read this when I first posted it—I typed in the wrong dressing recipe, oops! Please see changes below. We could use a breather from the heavy topic of toxic dental practices! Here’s my favorite salad recipe, always a hit whenever I make it for my family or others. A big helping is […]

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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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READERS’ FAVES RECIPE BOOKS RELEASED!

I think if you own these two very special recipe books, you’ll never need to buy another! They’re that big and varied and exciting. We’ve been working on these collections for many months! It’s nearly 500 of my readers’ FAVORITES in every category imaginable. 100% of the recipes are vegetarian and only whole foods. 90% […]

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HEALTHY CHOCOLATE MOUSSE

  Here’s a recipe for CHOCOLATE MOUSSE, one version of a favorite and very common recipe among raw foodies. It’s so easy, and it might get you through a party where everyone else is eating shiz! (Shiz is my kids’ latest word for ‘all things bad.’ I think they’re approximating a swear word in a […]

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Two great recipes and an awesome new ingredient!

If you’re following my cancer travels, I hope you won’t get mixed up. Last month I was at Oasis of HEALING in Arizona, and this month I’ve been studying at Oasis of HOPE—both the Tijuana hospital and the Irvine outpatient clinic run by two docs, Contreras and Connealy. I’m writing some of the high points […]

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Green Juice: Can It Be Yummy? I’m in Arizona to Find Out!

I’ve just checked into An Oasis of Healing to study what Dr. Thomas Lodi, M.D., does to help people heal from cancer without the treatment killing them. One of my readers, Inge, read what we’re doing and wrote about how much she loves Dr. Lodi, who has been helping her beat breast cancer. She wasn’t […]

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Chia Pudding: a great new habit

Marlene told me, after my class in Kennewick, Washington, that she makes chia pudding for her diabetic husband as a meal or dessert. (Cinnamon is a great blood-sugar controller–note that she adds lots of cinnamon to his pudding.) It’s a great idea, since chia is a power food, and high in protein as well. (It’s […]

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Beet Kvass

I recently taught you how to make Rejuvelac. If, like me, you’re looking to increase lacto-fermented, probiotic foods in your diet, today I’ve got another idea for you. (Try to get at least two cultured foods in your diet every day! This is Step 8 of 12 Steps to Whole Foods.) Have you ever heard […]

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Dill Pickle Kale Chips

Kale chips are the best thing that dehydrators do, in my opinion. (Well, making crunchy snacks out of sprouted raw almonds is a close second, and flax crackers are a close third.) I’m sitting here eating some kale chips at my desk, right now. Not only are they delicious and easy to make, but you […]

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