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Beauty Detox Diet: Delicious Recipes and Foods to Look Beautiful, Lose Weight, and Feel Great Paperback – July 1, 2013
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"I like the fact that this book is not shaped as a prescription but rather as a source of information and new ideas ... It gives a lot of flexibility and freedom to use everything that has been described in the book."
"Through a quick quiz, you can learn if you need to detox (Spoiler alert: We probably all need to), and then follow the recipes in the book to reach total skin and health nirvana."
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We know that toxins are bad for us; however, this book tells us exactly why they are bad and how they negatively impact how we look, feel, and function. Detoxing benefits us by: reducing stress, accelerating weight loss, improving digestion, promoting restful sleep, stabilizing mood swings, clearing up acne, boosting immune response, revitalizing energy, and de-ageing us from head to toe, inside out.
The breathing and massage techniques provided are effective, and the simple recipes feature fresh, "non-toxic" ingredients. By replacing toxic ingredients, we can now indulge in cupcakes, pancakes, and fudge without guilt.
The Tomato Gazpacho Soup, which I made with organic garden tomatoes, when paired with the Avocado Spinach Salad and Berry Mint Medley makes the perfect summer meal.
My major issue with the book is that it doesn't include any main course recipes. There are recipes for breakfasts, smoothies, snacks and energy boosters, and soups and salads. That's fine, but most people (myself included) would like, I think, to have some recipes with legumes, etc. The recipes are simple, but I haven't tried many, so I can't speak to their "deliciousness" factor.