In this Issue..
1. 21-Day Green Smoothie Detox
Greens are the only living thing on our planet that can transform sunshine into food that all creatures can consume. Chlorophyll is a miraculous substance, in essence liquefied sunshine.
Therefore, greens are one of the most healing foods on Earth.
Green smoothies are the fastest, easiest, most delicious and nutritious way to consume greens.
When we conduct our Joy for Life retreats, our participants live predominantly on green smoothies. Every morning at our retreats we ask everyone to share if they feel different from living on green smoothies. During the first couple of days most people go through the detox. Beginning with the third day our guests start feeling amazing health improvements. By days six and seven, every participant reports increased energy, clear skin, better sleep, happy mood, and such profound health improvements as reversal of type 2 diabetes, elimination of chronic migraines, fibromyalgia symptoms, weight loss, and many others. Here is only a few of the testimonials from our retreats:
Since we can have a limited number of people at our retreats, I have been dreaming of an opportunity to bring the benefits of green smoothies to a larger number of people. That is why I was very happy when my good friend Tera Warner offered me to help her organize a Green Smoothie Detox on-line!
During this event I will be sending you my articles, along with some notes from my retreats and some of my favorite recipes. Tera has a lot of experience in organizing on-line programs about which I have heard highly positive feedback. You will receive daily support from both of us on many different levels.
The 21-Day Green Smoothie Detox starts on March 21st, 2011.
To learn more about this event please click here.
With Green Love,
Visit the Green Smoothies Blog for the latest information from Victoria about Green Smoothies and their amazing benefits. www.greensmoothiesblog.com
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