Lynnette Pate

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Author of Lose Weight…the Pate Weigh and Owner of Breath of Green, an all organic retail shop and Oxygen Bar.  Lynnette and her husband, Tommy opened the shop to better educate the public on organic and sustainable living as well as preventative health care.

Although Lynnette is no doctor, nurse or scientist, she is a student of natural & holistic health care and nutrition.  She is in fact a “Patient Expert” She has buried herself in seminars, books and online studies for healthy living for the past 5 years.  She also takes direction from Debra Clarke; Acupuncture Physician of the White Peacock in Lake Mary, FL.

Lynnette can better educate the public as she came from the chemical world of cosmetics.  She was the regional make-up artist and beauty consultant trainer for Lancome cosmetics in the Mid-South for 7 years.  She also experienced the western medical world of 27 surgeries for her son and near death experiences he encountered only to find relief from a natural practicing doctor in Denver, CO.  She also suffered kidney surgery herself at the ripe young age of 8.  She suffered with kidney problems all her life until she discovered natural remedies 5 years ago.  Therefore, Lynnette dedicated her life to find out why we would encounter such rash illnesses.   If this one doctor could heal her son, then there must be something more than what we are led to believe.  This led Lynnette to whole heartedly make food changes to her house hold.  Her quest for better health and lifestyles is an ongoing endeavor.  She hopes to bring enlightenment to what the food industry hides from you.

You will find a better understanding of what it means to live a natural and organic life style by consulting with Lynnette as she speaks on a “regular people” basis instead of doctor language. She speaks out of experience and knowledge of the western world of food and medicine.

You will also find a great speaker in Lynnette for your next seminar, conference or open house.  She is motivational, sincere and straight forward.

Lynnette’s college education is from the fashion and marketing world.  Her interest include: continuing education on holistic remedies, cooking, Pilates, refinishing antiques, the great outdoors and missionary work in Guyana to spread the Gospel of Christ.

Contact Lynnette today to schedule your consultation or book a seminar.






  1. December 22, 2009 at 7:51 pm

    Hi Lynnette,

    I met you on Saturday at PJ’s. We spoke while I inhaled at your oxygen bar. The woman I was with purchased one of your books.

    I am contacting you to find out about ordering the hemp seed hearts. I thought the health food store near my office in NYC would have them but they did not have the hemp seed hearts. I believe you said that I could order through you.

    Thanks – Joe

    • December 23, 2009 at 2:53 am

      Hello Joe,

      Thank you for visiting my site. Equally glad you enjoyed my book. Yes, I do have hemp. I sell it in 1 lb. tubs for $15.50 then it would be $2.00 for shipping. Will be happy to get it to you. I am surprised you can’t find it in NYC. but you can order from me and I will check for retailers near you to save on s/h. I will be adding a shopping cart to my site via paypal. Until then, you can send me me your shipping address. If you have paypal, I can invoice you that way via email. Let me know how many tubs you need. Remember Hemp is a very important food staple that is great for all kind of ailments other than over weight. A food staple for all homes.


  2. John Babinec said,

    December 26, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    Hey Lynnette,

    It was great meeting you just now at the coffee shop. I’m definitely interested in finding our more about you, your book, and future events. I couldn’t find your email link on here so write me back and I’ll send you some links to check out.


    • December 26, 2009 at 6:27 pm

      Grreat John! Will definately keep you posted on my endeavors. Here’s 2 Ur good health!

  3. Shirley Sloan said,

    March 11, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    I am very confused about the healthiest way to eat. I followed Weston Price for a while and now am thinking about going back to vegan. The info out there is very confusing. Can you direct me?


    • March 11, 2010 at 3:30 pm

      Hi Shirley,

      The Weston Price foundation is a VERY TRUE FACTUAL source of info. on foods. However, they are huge MILK, cheese and RED MEAT eaters. This diet can be very beneficial for some. We do NOT do the dairy or red meats. I do NOT promote veganism as this has been proven to cause brain tumors and they do not live as long. We practice vegetarian. I do believe in meat IF you kill and butcher your self or you have a trusted organic farmer whom you trust. I say milk and cheese is good ONLY if it is RAW without being pasteurized or homogonenized. If you follow the protocol in my book, you will see amazing health benefits as well as weight loss. unless you are underweight, then you will see weight gain. I do consults via phone. It really does NOT have to be confusing. I have a simple…no nonsense approach to healthy eating the way God intended.
      Thank you for stopping by.

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  5. debbie tringali said,

    August 16, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    Hi Lynette it was great meeting you out on the boat this past Saturday,i would be very interested in a group of us getting together at Joann’s house in the next couple of weeks if possible. I know you must keep a busy schedule so lets chat and maybe come up with something that will fit your schedule.

    • August 16, 2010 at 9:09 pm

      Hello Debbie!
      Was a great pleasure meeting you as well. We have great common outlooks. Yes, I believe that would be a great idea to have a group in your area.
      As I mentioned, I usually charge $20 per person when I do a seminar only and serve a couple of appetizers. If you want me to cook something small, then the charge would be $25 per person. I give out healthy information as well. Any evening except Wed or Tues looks good so far.
      look forward to connecting again.

  6. October 28, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    some of the health foods that i always eat are those gluten free foods~-.

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