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Stand up to GMO Frankenfoods (no Cheerios for babies!), part 1 of 3

John Roulac and I met at Expo West this year. He’s the founder of Nutiva, and also has the web site GMOInside.org. It’s a great site to get educated, and get involved. John is fighting a battle to inform people that General Mills, Hershey, Kashi and many others are putting lots of genetically modified ingredients […]

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Nutrition for pregnant moms, babies, toddlers….part 3 of 5

Today’s topic: WHAT DO I WEAN MY BABY ONTO? So, you can’t feed your baby nothing but breast milk, and then goat milk (or yogurt/kefir) forever. Now you know why I highly encourage you to breastfeed as exclusively as you can, for 18 months. But when you do begin to wean your baby, avoid all […]

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Strawberry dipped in chocolate

Use nutrition to stoke your sex drive! Why young moms aren’t “into it.”

bioYou think I’m going to start talking about chocolate syrup and strawberries in the bedroom as props. I’m not. I have WAY better advice than that. Moms of young children are very often less interested in sex than their partners. Husbands are frustrated and wonder what happened to the energetic woman they married. (Have a […]

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Thyroid—you might have a problem and not know it

All estimates I’ve read are that 25 to 50 percent or more of American women have significant thyroid issues. Possibly over half of women over 40. Most of these women are undiagnosed. If you have low thyroid, which is the most common thyroid problem, symptoms may be low energy, slow metabolism / weight gain, dry […]

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healthy protein powder

You’ve probably read me saying that whole plant foods have more than enough protein to rival human breast milk, to satisfy the World Health Organization, and even the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowances! One uphill battle I face as a nutrition educator is those trying to put on muscle mass, especially weight lifters, competitive athletes, and […]

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Raw green food and kidney stones

I have more requests to address oxalates.   I wrote about this in Ch. 1 of 12 Steps to Whole Foods, and also here on the blog: http://greensmoothiegirl.com/?p=288 It’s another one of those “they” things: first they tell us greens are good for us, and then they tell us oxalates will cause kidney stones and […]

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Question…

I am wondering about soy products. I have seen so much information about products that contain soy, but most of it is bad. Is it healthy to eat soy in forms of tofu and in fermented forms? We don’t drink soy milk and tend to stay away from soy. However, I am vegan (with the […]

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Alternative for Soy Milk

I have read the China Study and know that we should not consume animal protein or at least keep it at 5% of the daily intake.   I also have read that soy products are not what they seem, so if we should stay away from animal products and soy is not that good, what […]

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GreenSmoothieGirl’s weird opinion on soy

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: Your information about soy is unfortunate, incorrect and not based on science or the latest research or studies!   [Writer then pastes a study out of Harvard on PRNewswire Mar. 28 of this year saying that eating soy nuts and soy protein "may improve many problems associated with metabolic syndrome" in postmenopausal women.] […]

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Soy or rice milk

Robyn, I switched from skim cow’s milk to soy milk last year after reading The China Study.   I dilute it 100% w/ water so that the consistency isn’t so creamy.   Now that I’ve read your info on Soy products I’m not sure what to do.   It seems like the soy milk has […]

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