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Julie Genser

  • Fundraiser for Planet Thrive founder to buy safe home Fundraiser for Planet Thrive founder to buy safe home
    Planet Thrive founder Julie Genser needs your support in her hour of need.
  • Using real life to retrain an MCS brain Using real life to retrain an MCS brain
    Planet Thrive founder, Julie Genser, has moved away from the safety of the chemically sensitive community in Snowflake, Arizona where she lived for five years after becoming severely disabled by environmental illness.
  • Planet Thrive founder named Rare Life Planet Thrive founder named Rare Life “Survival” runner up
    Julie Genser was selected for the Rare Life Award "Survival" runner up prize for her ability to survive and thrive with environmental illness. The prize: $3,000 will be donated to housing non-profit re|shelter in Julie's name.
  • My body is craving jungle energy and positive life experiences My body is craving jungle energy and positive life experiences
    by Julie Genser | This next year will hopefully see a huge jump in transformative growth for me...as I catapult out of environmental illness into environmental wellness.
  • Planet Thrive founder nominated for Rare Life Award Planet Thrive founder nominated for Rare Life Award
    Julie Genser was recently nominated for a Rare Life Award, honoring those who exhibit Courage, Leadership, Survival, Heroism, Devotion and/or Character. The Grand Prize Winner will win $30K for the charity of their choice. Vote today!
  • Winter squash tomato sauce with radiation cancer protection Winter squash tomato sauce with radiation cancer protection
    by Julie Genser | Eating orange foods like winter squash and carrots can protect you from radiation-induced cancers. Eat this delicious sauce with meatballs, fish, or sop it up with your favorite gluten-free bread!
  • Anti-radiation miso soup with kombu Anti-radiation miso soup with kombu
    by Julie Genser | Focus on an iodine-rich, radiation-protective diet in the coming days and weeks to protect yourself from potential radiation exposure from Japan's possible nuclear reactor meltdowns.
  • Me and my neti pot Me and my neti pot
    by Julie Genser | I'd been meaning to replace my old neti pot, so I was delighted when my local health food store got in a shipment of beautifully glazed, lead-free Baraka ceramic neti pots.
  • Homemade pizza with Namaste crust Homemade pizza with Namaste crust
    Discovering Namaste Foods' gluten free Pizza Crust Mix has allowed me to create delicious gourmet homemade pizzas in less than an hour!
  • How to plan a 4-day food rotation diet How to plan a 4-day food rotation diet
    by Julie Genser | It's taken me years to finally sit down and plan out a food rotation menu. I wanted to share my process with you, to help demystify it and get you on a healing regime as soon as possible.
  • Almond meal desserts Almond meal desserts
    What to do with left-over almond meal when making fresh almond milk? Here are two desserts that offer simple and delicious solutions.
  • Super shakes! Super shakes!
    I love green smoothies. And brown ones even more - now that I discovered the joy of mood-boosting raw cacao powder!
  • Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator
    For the longest time, I have dreamt of having a stainless steel food dehydrator to make vegetable chips, crackers, and other health-filled, nutrient-dense snack foods.
  • Chicken salad bruschetta Chicken salad bruschetta
    This is one of my favorite quick meals to eat when I'm in the mood for toast but want a meal with substance.
  • When prescription drugs cause problems When prescription drugs cause problems
    by Julie Genser | Sometimes prescription drugs can cause new conditions that are permanent, as in the case of tardive dyskinesia, a movement disorder caused by some medications.
  • Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust
    Recently, my Facebook friend Natasha Jamison posted photos and a recipe for a raw cherry "cheesecake" and I knew I had to adapt it, using the organic blackberries I had just purchased.
  • Washing clothes when you are chemically sensitive to fabrics Washing clothes when you are chemically sensitive to fabrics
    One of my biggest challenges due to chemical intolerance has been finding tolerable clothing and bedding. I share with you a process for washing new items that has transformed my life!
  • Green veggies and sprouts juice Green veggies and sprouts juice
    This green veggies and sprouts juice provides a protein-packed jumpstart for your day.
  • Tempeh with broccoli Tempeh with broccoli
    I love tempeh, especially when browned in a bed of caramelized onions and garlic and paired with a vegetable like broccoli, winter squash or sweet potato.
  • Raw sprouted wild rice salad Raw sprouted wild rice salad
    An addictive easy-to-make raw summer salad using sprouted wild rice. You'll love it!
  • Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health
    A new conversation: What are intentional communities willing to do in order to accommodate those with chemical, electrical, and other environmental sensitivities?
  • Planet Thrive is Taking a Break Planet Thrive is Taking a Break
    The founder of Planet Thrive explains why the site will be not adding new content for the next month or so.
  • Destined for Desert Destined for Desert
    In 1998, while backpacking through the Middle East, I fell head-over-heels for a dashing Bedouin living in the desert in southern Jordan. I stayed for 5 weeks, learning how to bake bread under the fire coals in the sand, play the Arabic hand drum (dumbek), and say "I love you" in Arabic.
  • About Us About Us
  • Rebellious teens: pawns for tobacco companies Rebellious teens: pawns for tobacco companies
    by Julie Genser | When my friends and I started smoking in seventh grade at age 12, we thought we were trés cool. Some of us loved the thought of doing something our parents did but we were still considered "too young" for.
  • Reducing Electromagnetic Frequency Exposure May Improve Your Health Reducing Electromagnetic Frequency Exposure May Improve Your Health
    by Julie Genser | In September 2007, the EU's European Environment Agency (EEA) and the country of Germany both issued warnings to their citizens advising them to avoid the use of WiFi and cell phones until further long term studies are conducted.
  • MTV: Smut-Peddlers or Eco-Activists? MTV: Smut-Peddlers or Eco-Activists?
    In 2001, two friends poured lighter fluid on 13-year-old Jason Lind’s legs and feet and set him on fire in Torrington, Connecticut. In 2003, a 26-year-old Australian placed lit firecrackers between his buttocks.
  • The Truth About Tattoos The Truth About Tattoos
    by Julie Genser | A frighteningly growing number of teens and young adults around the world are injecting dangerous chemicals under their skin in the name of art and self-expression.