How to make your diet 'crazy, sexy,' not 'sad'
Tuesday 20 July 2010
Kris Carr, author, filmmaker and motivational speaker, announced the release of her new book
Crazy Sexy Diet in a July 15 vlog clip on health and wellness concerning diet.
Carr details how to slowly reduce and add your way to an alkaline plant-based diet.
She takes a page from the book Quantum Wellness by Kathy Freston, encouraging individuals to gradually give up one animal protein at a time.
For example, the goal should be to keep processed foods and animal products out of your daily diet. If you can't do it overnight, then pick one to quit and add something healthy
Carr's mantras include:
- Processed foods cause inflammation, a source of most chronic illnesses as well as stress.
- If it has a shelf life longer than you, don't eat it.
- If it is made in a lab then it takes a lab to digest.
Here are some additional books if you would like to learn more about acidity in the body and veganism before Carr's book Crazy Sexy Diet: A Gutsy Game Plan for Health, Happiness, and a Great Body! is released in January 2011 ($24.95/€19): Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis ($19.95/€15); The Ultimate pH Solution by Michelle Schoffro Cook ($14.99/€12); and Quantum Wellness by Kathy Freston ($23.95/€18.50).
To watch Carr's vlog or keep up with her Crazy Sexy Life blog, go to: http://crazysexylife.com
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