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Infused with her signature sass, wit and advice-from-the-trenches style, Crazy Sexy Diet is a beautifully illustrated resource that puts you on the fast track to vibrant health, happiness and a great ass! Along with help from her posse of experts, Carr lays out the fundamentals of her Crazy Sexy Diet: Plus, she shares the steps of her own twenty-one-day cleanse, and simple but delectable sample recipes.
In addition to common diet myths and sharing vital tips on detoxifying our bodies and psyches—advice that draws both on her personal experience as a cancer survivor and that of experts—she provides helpful hints on natural personal care, Crazysexydiet book to stretch a dollar, navigate the grocery store, eating well on the run, and working through the inevitable pangs and cravings for your old not-so-healthy life.
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Feb 18, Laura rated it it was amazing. Ok - so while I don't ever think that I will be a complete vegetarian, Kris Carr's book has really helped me understand why it is vital to eat REAL food and why. With many excerpts from doctors and other allied health professionals as well as natural foodies, the science really comes to life as to why incorporating these vital nutrients that we often forget into our diets. I have been fighting the diet struggle for years with calorie counting, carb counting, and even points counting, but this bo Ok - so while I don't ever think that I will "Crazysexydiet book" a complete vegetarian, Kris Carr's book has really helped me understand why it is vital to eat REAL food and why.
I have been fighting the diet struggle for years with calorie counting, carb counting, and even points counting, but this book makes it easy to understand what Crazysexydiet book to avoid or limit and I think after reading this book I have a new found appreciation for eating the right foods for the right reasons, as well as taking care of myself as a woman and not always thinking that I am selfish for doing so.
It may be because as a 30 year old female, it was easy to read her writing since she is a 30 something herself and writes uninhibited as if having a conversation with you. You learn to appreciate her frank and bold expressions of her opinions but I value this and appreciate that she also expresses that not everyone will stop eating all meat or become a full fledged vegan because of her book.
Highly recommended - even if you are not a vegetarian or a vegan or a raw foodie - but you may appreciate it even more if you are. Jul 02, Tarah rated it it was ok. While this book promotes some great concepts i. If you are already a health conscious person, you won't find
Crazysexydiet book groundbreaking in here. The language, while cute at first, became irritating about halfway through. I actually thought it diminished her credibility. But my biggest gripe was the almost judgmental Crazysexydiet book Kris looks at p While this book promotes some great concepts i.
I'm sorry, but health need not be so extreme, and for most people this is not practical. Calling meat "corpse" and dairy "mucus" and promoting do-it-yourself enemas just became too much for me. I Crazysexydiet book not advocate a vegan lifestyle and don't like to be subject to the notion of that people who eat this way sometimes carry.
To be fair, if you had cancer like Kris did, I'm sure you'd be willing to try anything at all costs, but for healthy people just trying to focus on conscious eating and positive lifestyle, this book goes a bit too far.
Aug 31, Emily Crow rated it it was ok Shelves: I give five stars to the amazing Kris Carr as a person, but only two for this book. It's fun and inspirational and makes me want to eat more veggies. And Kris seems so upbeat and genuine, I wish she lived next door to me and we could be "besties. I can't really get into cleanses and colonics, which she recommends. It's a problem I have with a lot of these "alternative" type health books.
They have all this great stuff about I give five stars to the amazing Kris Carr as a person, but two for this book. They have all this great stuff about eating lots of veggies and avoiding processed foods and cultivating a vibrant mindset -- huge yes to all of this!
I worked for gastro docs for five years as a medical coder, which meant I had to read Crazysexydiet book procedure report for each and every colonoscopy they performed. Not one single person -- not one! Even if you eat nothing but meat and junk food, even if you swallow your gum, that will not happen.
Other things might happen, like diverticulosis or colon polyps.