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Be Well Bites: Nourish Your Body, Heart and Soul

Be Well Bites: Nourish Your Body, Heart and Soul

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June 11th 2014:How To Eat Right And Make Your Self-Care A Priority In The Real World with The Green Smoothie Girl, The Fitglobetrotter, and Be Well Connections’ Jamie Relei

She’s been traveling the country on her 87-city 2014 tour sharing her high vibration message of “How to Eat Right in the Real World” and on June 11th at 11am Robyn Openshaw – known as the infamous Green Smoothie Girl - brings the love to listeners of Be Well Bites. Join The Green Smoothie Girl, author of 14 cookbooks including the bestseller,“The Green Smoothies Diet,” as she and Be Well Bites Host Jamie Relei dish out the secrets to wellness that Openshaw offers up in her course 12 Steps to Whole Foods and her latest book “How To Eat Right In The Real World”. Come hungry to be nourished in b

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Robyn Openshaw

I am the oldest of eight children, raised in a one-income family, so money was scarce. My mother was raised by the owners of a large produce dealership, the Romney Produce Company. My grandparents were always trying to use up anything about to rot in the warehouses. So, produce is what we ate. Dinner for me growing up was simple: a bowl of black-eyed peas with a little vinegar, and some cantaloupe. Or a bowl of chili beans (no meat) and a green salad. Or a baked potato, corn on the cob, and a cucumber. I was raised on whole plant foods, because they are the most inexpensive way to eat! As a teen, I baked my family’s weekly whole-wheat bread supply (eight loaves). I married a guy
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Dena Roché

Dena Roché is the Fitglobetrotter and creater of The Travel Diet. She was bit by the travel bug early on when her parents took her to yearly business conventions around the country and she caught the health and fitness bug when after playing college tennis she suddenly put on weight, had to learn what a calorie was, and lost 40lbs. Dena has worked as a professional travel journalist for seven years and has had the privilege of visiting five continents and countless countries reporting for Fitglobetrotter and magazines like Destination Weddings & Honeymoons, Bridal Guide, Robb Report, Great Golf, Spa and several regional luxury lifestyle magazines. In all of her travels she has either main
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