Includes an easy and energizing 3-day cleanse! Kris Carr's juice and smoothie recipes are heavenly ways to imbibe the elixirs bursting forth from nature's bounty. For amazing wisdom and delicious recipes, check out the juicing and blending queen, Kris Carr. Not only are there enough recipes to keep your juicer and blender busy through every season, but Kris also addresses every concern you may have about juicing and blending. My favorites were the Body Builder, For the Love of Nog, Strawberry Fields and Chocolate Avocado. She is a fresh, authentic, and empowering voice. That alone made it worth it to me. Something to check out, if you don't already know much about this kind of thing.
It also offers healthful tonics and fruity and refreshing potions. This is a great beginner book. The author does include recommendations of substitutions for other ingredients that are not frequently cited in the various recipes included in this, otherwise, fantastic book. Several of her smoothie recipes were innovative and contained combinations that I had not tried. Kris Carr is a multi-week New York Times best-selling author, speaker and wellness activist. We know we need to get more fruits, veggies, good quality protein, and healthy fats into our diets, because food is our best medicine. With enough recipes to keep your juicer and blender humming through every season, she shows you how to fit them into your life, helping you make health deposits—instead of withdrawals! This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
I found it highly motivational and if you haven't seen it, I urge you to do so. However, the juices and smoothies themselves are not terribly new if you have been around the vegan or healthy food community for very long. She also shares her knowledge of juicing and blending from living this lifestyle for the past fifteen years. Kris Carr titillatingly turns a supermarket into a pharmacy. You can fit more of the good stuff in! She was diagnosed with cancer in 2003, because of her Book Review: Who knew Juicing could be sexy? I just might have to check out the rest of Kris Carr's library.
Kris Carr is my ultimate health guru and has taught me so much. Includes an easy and energizing 3-day cleanse! Whether you're an old pro at making liquid magic or if you're just starting out, you will experience juicing and blending as a fun and delicious journey into the healing powers of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables, as well as nuts and seeds. In Crazy Sexy Juice, wellness advocate and New York Times best-selling author Kris Carr teaches you everything you need to know about creating fresh, nutritious juices and smoothies, and creamy, indulgent nut and seed milks. This beautiful volume would find its pages with weathered corners as it would be used again and again. She guides you through her wonderful world by teaching you: -How to create flavour combinations that tantalize your taste buds -How to choose the best juicer- blender and kitchen tools -Ways to save money while prioritizing fresh- organic produce -Tips for selection- storage and preparation of ingredients -Tips on how to get your family onboard and make this lifestyle stick. She gives you a section on prepping your kitchen and even grocery shopping with tips to save money.
This is easily remedied but I do wish she had more variety in 9-15-15 Overall Crazy Sexy Juice is a beautiful book with gorgeous photos and a nice layout. Nothing gives you a boost of energy quite like it. This is my first Kris Carr cookbook to read and I was impressed. The recipes are divided into helpful categories, such as : Superfoods, Immunity Boosters, Energizers, etc. Join Kris Carr on yet another adventure in health, happiness, and the delicious food that can make a powerful impact on your overall vitality.
Responsibility: Kris Carr ; food photography by Kate Lewis ; cover photography by Bill Miles. Other than the recipes, I loved the section on choosing and storing produce. By simply adding these nutrient-dense beverages to your daily life, you can take control of your health—one sip at a time. Otherwise, give this one a miss. Fiber-rich superfood smoothies are likewise categorized, as star pH Warriors, Body Boosters, Age Defiers, and Superheroes.
I am not much of a juicer and lean towards nut milk and smoothies, but found all the recipes to look appealing. Kris is also the author of the award-winning Crazy Sexy book series, including Crazy Sexy Diet and Crazy Sexy Kitchen. If you need a variety of recipes for your Vitamix and juicer, pick this one up. As an irreverent foot soldier in the fight against disease, Kris inspires countless people to take charge of their health and happiness by adopting a plant-passionate diet, improving lifestyle practices, and learning to live and love like you really mean it. Enter Crazy Sexy Juice to save the day! If you're a beginner in juicing like me, this is a great book to start with! Perhaps you're feeling a little tired.
Book Review: Who knew Juicing could be sexy? I use to find something vaguely approachable about in the early days of her 'healthy person' career, but this book is a bit of a waste. With enough recipes to keep your juicer and blender humming through every season- she shows you how to fit them into your life- helping you make health deposits - instead of withdrawals! My only criticism is the frequency of cucumbers as a recommended ingredient a particular food I have a strong dislike for , without Ms. Get ready to say good-bye to feeling meh and hello to feeling fabulous! The next section is Boosters for the time of day when an energy boost is needed. Kris Carr is my ultimate health guru and has taught me so much. Washing and cleaning these gifts from the earth is important to remove the bacteria, sand and possibly pesticides if not buying organic, which she includes methods to keep them clean. Not only does she give you a ton of juice and smoothie recipes to try, she breaks them down into how each group of drinks is helping your body.
I'm definitely still a beginner juicer, but know enough if the basics to get by. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for making an early-release copy available to me. In part three of the book she outlines a three-day cleanse and gives recipes, snack options, and grocery lists to help each step of the way. She refers you to the page number in her book where an ingredient's recipe can be found, along with more information. Carr suggesting another ingredient that could be effectively substituted for it.