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Crazy Sexy Diet: Eat Your Veggies, Ignite Your Spark, and Live Like You Mean It! Hardcover – January 17, 2011
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What people are saying about Kris Carr and her Crazy Sexy Revolution…
“Kris Carr titillatingly turns a supermarket into a pharmacy.”—Dr. Mehmet Oz
“When Kris speaks you can hear a pin drop. She is a fresh, authentic, and empowering voice.”—Marianne Williamson
“Kris is a ray of light, a true leader of courage and inspiration.”—Donna Karan
“I love Kris Carr, she glows. It’s not just because of what she’s done, which is extraordinary. It’s who she is.”—Dean Ornish, M.D.
“Thank God Kris is one of those women who has the courage and generosity to share her experience. I love Kris' book!”—Sheryl Crow
“I am personally inspired by her example in leading the way for people to take control of their bodies and their health.”—T. Colin Campbell, PhD
“Crazy Sexy Diet is a must-have if you’re ready to take control of your health. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have.”—Neal Barnard, M.D.
“That Kris’ book landed in your lap is no coincidence—it is actually a miracle.”—Rory Freedman, co-author of Skinny Bitch
“A riveting new film.”—Oprah Winfrey on "Crazy Sexy Cancer"
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I picked it up recently because it was on sale and I was looking for some diet/nutrition books that were women-friendly and wife-friendly, and upbeat. I was looking for something inspiring to stick with the program since I have four kids and a busy life, and have tried whole food diets many times without being able to stick to them long term.
In that area, Kris Corr delivers. She is upbeat and encourages you to stick to the program. What I didn't realize from the front cover was that it was going to be a book on how to become a vegan. It also includes all the more radical steps like enemas, colonics, kale smoothies, dry brushing, neti (sinus irrigation), etc. I am not sure I would have picked it up if I knew that, since I was looking for more of the moderate whole food approach. She's also anti-gluten, anti-chemical (i.e. anti coffee, anti-alcohol, anti-prescriptions, anti-Maybelline) and pro-raw. This may not be doable for everybody. Still, she does make it sound compelling and offers ideas of how to start. And she does give ideas if you're going to compromise a little. She says she still has a bottle of Advil in her cabinet for emergencies and makes a point to talk about enjoying your life, even when that means a glass of wine here or there. So I appreciated that.
I also appreciated her section on alkalinity. It made a lot of sense and had some great tips on how to begin alkanalizing your body. She did say radical things like oats and brown rice weren't as healthy for you, which always raises a yellow flag for me.Read more ›
Two years ago, in August of '09, I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, incurable cancer of the bone marrow. I declined conventional medicine and did the Gerson Therapy for two years. It involves 12 vegetable juices a day, coffee enemas and a fruit/vegetable vegan diet; no salt, limited spices, very strict. After two years on the therapy, my disease was stable (it worsened the first few months and then held stable) and I was exhausted. I couldn't figure out why I was so tired. I had encouraged my friends to drink green juice and some of them experienced incredible energy highs; yet, I drank four green juices a day for two years and was exhausted.
Since I didn't feel well and I hadn't improved, I switched to the Gonzalez protocol, another alternative cancer therapy that I read about in Suzanne Somers' Knockout book. Dr. Gonzalez told me to eat red meat 4-5 times per week plus butter, eggs and dairy; all organic, of course. He prescribes a different diet for everyone based on genetics; some patients are on plant based, raw diets and others eat red meat three times a day. I happen to be in the middle of the vegetarian/carnivore spectrum so I eat a variety of plant and animal foods. Once I moved from a plant based diet to a diet that includes a lot of red meat and other animal products, my cancer began melting away. It is amazing and I am thrilled! You can read about it at [...Read more ›
I'm on Day 5 of the cleanse, which I started b/c I've been eating horribly for the past year. I cheated and had a big piece of cake at my friend's birthday party last night, and let me tell you, I woke up this morning and felt like vomiting. So maybe the cleanse is working.
Again, I use the book as a guide. So I still use the microwave, even though I'm not supposed to. I'm not going to kill myself about it. Also, if you don't make much money and have a family to support this is going to seem like an expensive plan. If you don't live near a Trader Joe's (for cheap cleanse staples like almond butter, nut milk, etc.) and a place that sells inexpensive produce, this is not going to work. Making juices every day will take at least an extra hour out of your day to prep and clean, and I'm not sure how I'm going to make it for another 2 weeks while working.
One interesting thing about this cleanse is that I feel beyond full, prob. from all the roughage. You will definitely not be, and should not be hungry. But I find myself thinking about bread a lot, not so much for the taste, but for the texture in my mouth. Rice/corn/nut crackers seem to take the edge off a bit but it's definitely not the same!
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The spirituality is totally new age.
Eating soy is horrible for women and their hormones. It has also been known to cause cancer. Read more
Wonderful read that is straight to the point and silly at the same time!Published 1 month ago by Pamela Sue
yuk i thought i ordered a christian diet book i didnt like this but if u r wordly u aint gonna care you'll like itPublished 1 month ago by Amy A. Rubenstein