Can A Juice A Day Keep The Doctor At Bay?
At the age of 31, Kris was diagnosed with a slow-growing yet extremely rare and incurable stage IV cancer. After several second opinions, a supposed expiration date and recommendations to have a triple organ transplant, Kris decided to take matters into her own hands. One of the first things she did was adopt a plant-powered diet. She went to Whole Foods, introduced herself to kale, healthy living and loving and never looked back. Ten years later, Kris is absolutely thriving. Her diagnosis was the wake-up call she needed to turn her life around.
You may not have a serious illness like Kris does, but how many of you are truly thriving? I mean sleeping well, thinking clearly, spring loaded with energy and beaming with love and joy nearly every single day. Your body simply can’t function correctly without the proper nutrition. Nowadays we are surrounded by Franken-foods – stuff created in a lab and filled with chemicals. The effects of a diet laden with these types of foods are low energy, excess weight, weakened immune system, mental fog, skin issues and the list goes on.One of the easiest ways to get a blast of nutrition (much needed vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals) is to add veggie juices and smoothies to your daily routine. Have one for breakfast or a snack a few times a week, and you’ll begin to notice the difference right away. Excess pounds will drop away, you’ll have more energy and even your mood will improve!
Kris Carr's Favorite Juice and Smoothie Recipes.
It’s our motto and our morning beverage. Here’s what we serve in the Carr/Fassett home daily. This recipe makes almost 32 oz.
- 2 large cucumbers (peeled if not organic)
- Big fist full of kale or romaine
- Big fist full of sweet pea sprouts (if easy to find)
- 4-5 stalks celery
- 1-2 big broccoli stems
- 1-2 pears or green apples (optional)
Makes enough for 2 people. You can adjust the recipe accordingly. My taste buds are different than yours so don’t be afraid to play!
- 1 Avocado
- 1-2 pieces of low glycemic fruit: we love green apple, pear, berries & cantaloupe
- 1 Cucumber
- A bit of kale or romaine or spinach
- Coconut water (or purified water)
- Stevia to taste
*You can also use coconut meat or almond butter or nut milk in place of avocado.
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You won’t believe how easy it is to make this one simple change and the amazing results you’ll experience. Even if you’ve never juiced before or don’t know what a smoothie is, Kris will walk you through picking the best produce, saving time and money, how to combine flavors and how to make this healthy habit stick! Plus, you’ll get 60 delicious recipes from Kris and her Crazy Sexy community. Again, if you want the special discount and an invite to the exclusive 90-minute group coaching call and Q+A make sure to pick up your copy of Crazy Sexy Juices and Succulent Smoothies by July 29.
- The science and philosophy behind the Crazy Sexy alkaline lifestyle and all its benefits.
- The difference between juicing and blending and how to decide what works for YOU.
- My answer to your burning question: What juicer and blender should I buy?
- Who has time? You do. And I'll show you how.
- How to pick the best produce to save you money every week on groceries!
- A handy list of helpful kitchen tools.
- The best ratio of veggies to fruits to stay in the alkaline zone and why it’s important.
- How to avoid toxic chemicals that weaken your immune system.
- How to juice and blend while traveling or on the go.
- How to handle mental and emotional hurdles that come with change.
- Resources for alkaline charts, farmers markets, fresh juice & wheatgrass delivery, reading list and more.
- Plus 60 unique and delish recipes from the Crazy Sexy Community!
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