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As a parent, I know how challenging it can be to get kids to eat their veggies – especially the green ones. The answer for me came in a tasty cup of a fruit smoothie packed with fresh leafy greens, a green smoothie. Most kids love a sweet cold treat, so making this dessert-like beverage for breakfast has been the best healthy habit my family and I have made this year.
Making green smoothies is so much fun! Plus you get all these great benefits: lots of green veggies, plenty of fruits, an abundant amount of nature's vitamins, and you get what your body needs— like live enzymes and essential amino acids (protein).
1. Banana Split Green Smoothie
Blend up this sweet smoothie and watch your kiddos sip up some leafy green goodness without even knowing it! Top this yummy chocolate banana smoothie with a spoonful of coconut whipped cream and place a cherry on top for a fun, healthy treat.
2. Strawberry Banana Green Smoothie
We've combined four of our favorite fruits for this smoothie – and it's a yummy one! The flavors are bright and sweet, and it's full of fruity goodness. As far as nutrition goes, this smoothie offers up a bundle of antioxidants from vitamin C-rich oranges and strawberries, to potassium-loaded bananas, and anthrocyanin-packed blueberries. And don't forget all the vitamin K and iron in the spinach.
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I recently had this PM conversation with a GreenSmoothieGirl follower, when she asked me:
What can I do to help my friend who has cancer?
I share that conversation here, because I am asked a question just like hers, often.
Those who follow my work tend to be more educated than most, about the problems with the cancer industry and Western Medicine in general. As well as how diet contributes to the cancer epidemic.
People who have pre-educated themselves are far more likely to ask sophisticated questions, if they ever face “The C Word.” And they are likely to venture outside the highly restricted, proprietary treatments of the oncology industry that I refer to as “Standard of Care” Medicine.
They are more likely to see cancer as completely different than an invader or a foe to be vanquished, which is how the oncology industry sees it. This is not how functional (root-cause) medicine sees cancer, at all.
Folks who are have already had significant exposure to other modalities and schools of thought are more likely to understand why alternative cancer treatment can be exceptionally effective.
Not only at getting on top of the aberrant growths in the body, but also in restoring equilibrium and health for the patient who wants to live many more decades of healthy life.
Those of us who know a lot about cancer options outside “Standard of Care’s” oncology industry, are often anguished, when people we love refuse to look at anything but the radiation and chemotherapy they are offered in the oncologist’s clinic.
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Without fail, every spring my 10-year old son Jackson gets slammed with allergies and I have to pull out my natural allergy remedies. The poor guy gets puffy eyes, insane amounts of boogers and the sneezes don't stop. We've learned that Jackson is highly sensitive to oak pollen and in our Central Florida town there's no escape from it. This year has been the worst and it's even irritated my sinuses and covered our cars in a yellow dusting.
My Top 5 Natural Allergy Remedies
I'm not one to use medicine, I prefer the FARM-acy and toughing it out. When allergy season hits, I stock up on products + recipes that are gentle, natural and help us get through it. Here's my go-to natural allergy remedies and products that we use:
1. Natural Eye Drops:
2. Homeopathic Allergy Relief Tablets:
My friend Kathleen (the same one who got me into Bieler's Broth) has gotten me into homeopathic medicine to treat many ailments… including allergies. The Boiron Sabadil Allergy Relief Homeopathic tablets are our go-to brand and have helped us out a ton.
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On the GreenSmoothieGirl lecture tour of 450 U.S. cities, I was asked this, over and over:
How do I break my sugar addiction?
And I suspect that far more of us want to ask this question, relative to the few brave enough to say it out loud.
Because we all have Shame about our food addictions.
Shame Feeds Sugar Addiction
The most toxic and negatively charged human emotion is Shame.
Why am I capitalizing it? Because we have a lot of it, wrapped around the foods we vow, in the morning, to quit forever—the same food we secretly stuff in our mouths, in the afternoon and evening.
You’ve likely heard the story before about the dopamine cycle created by addictive foods.
So I’ll spare you. Knowing that you’re in the grip of a chemical, every day, every week, every year—doesn’t really help.
You’re also aware of the way sugar puts inches on your belly, causes your energy crash right when you need to productivity–and puts you at risk for cancer.
And blah, blah, blah.
It’s the Shame I’m more concerned about. Let’s just own it, shall we?
(If we don’t have a sugar addiction, we have a salt addiction. Some of us are unlucky enough to be obsessed with both sugary and salty.)
Both kinds of junk food come with high risks to our health—and even though we know all that, we’ve got a bag of Peanut M&M’s in the bottom drawer at work, or a box of powdered-sugar mini-donuts in... Read More »