Blog Topic: Herbies

Herbie of the Week: Brian (He's a Colon Cancer Survivor!)

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Back when I was working on the plant-based guys series (you can read Part 1 and Part 2), I met Brian who said at the end of his interview, "and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to be considered for Herbie of the Week!"

Done :) 

Seriously though, Brian's story is awesome sauce! A colon cancer survivor (colon cancer at the age of 33!), Brian was ...


Herbie of the Week: Jeremy W. (& His Wife Michaela too!)

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Back when I was working on the plant-based guys series (you can read Part 1 and Part 2), I met Jeremy who dropped a hint into our conversation that he (and his family) wanted to be Herbies of the Week

Actually, he said, specifically, "I would love the chance to be a Herbie of the Week! Not only have I lost over 70 pounds, but ...


Herbies of the Week: The Parker Family of 6 (From Paleo to Plant-Based!)

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Back in April, Michelle (Mom of the Parker family) sent me this beautiful email (below). As soon as I read it, I asked Michelle if I could share it on the blog as part of the Herbie of the Week series

I just love how even the tiniest family members have experienced a world of difference. A real reminder that it's never too late ...


Herbie of the Week: Pamela B.

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Our Herbie of the Week, Pamela, came to me by way of another Herbie, Sheila, who Pamela credits the bulk of her success to. (WTG Sheila too!). What I love so much about this story isn't just Pamela's incredible progress (she lost 74lbs!) but how — with Sheila's help and love — Pamela got her health back. A true tale in the power of ...


Talia & Jacob Herbie of the Week Update (Kid Edition)!

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How is it already September? This year just keeps pickin' up speed! 

And speaking of years, Talia and Jacob were our Herbies of the Week a year ago (in August 2012!) 


Their super awesome mama (who guest posted recently on being a minimalist with kids) asked me if I'd like to do an update on the kiddos' progress. 

Of course I wanted to bring ...