Crazy Sexy Diet : eat your veggies, ignite your spark, and live like you mean it! By Kris Carr

Crazy sexy dietBook – After receiving the gift of a blender marketed for creating nutritional smoothies, I sought out recipes and nutritional information to expand upon what was provided in the small booklet that came with the appliance. In this book Kris Carr, cancer survivor and popular author of Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips, has gathered medical experts together to explain the reasoning behind “a low-glycemic, vegetarian program that emphasizes balancing the pH of the body with lush whole and raw foods, nourishing organic green drinks, and scrumptious smoothies.” Carr intersperses information from nutritional studies with everyday tips for incorporating often radical changes into one’s everyday diet. These changes include reducing one’s consumption of meat, sugar, gluten, caffeine, alcohol, and dairy. Her book uses sassy language, personal anecdotes, and a colorful magazine style layout to motivate readers to alter their eating habits for the sake of their health, mood, energy, and longevity. Other library offerings with recipes and information on liquid nutrition include: The Juice Lady’s Turbo Diet by Cherie Calborn, The Juicing Bible by Pat Crocker, and The Lean by Kathy Freston.

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I am an Adult Services Librarian at the Warrenville Public Library, and a perpetual student. Audiobooks have aided me in keeping up with chronicles containing mystery, humor, and imagination, as well as nonfiction on a variety of topics. I also like British television and almost anything created by Joss Whedon or Ken Burns. An environmentalist, my favorite vacations have been in natural preserves.

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