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Kris Carr

Kris CarrKris Carr is a New York Times best-selling author, motivational speaker, and wellness coach. She is the subject of the inspirational documentary Crazy Sexy Cancer, which she wrote and directed for TLC, and the author of the award-winning Crazy Sexy Cancer book series. Kris’ third book Crazy Sexy Diet is the ultimate diet and lifestyle game plan for wellness warriors seeking vibrant health, spiritual wealth, and happiness. She recently released her first digital book, Crazy Sexy Juices & Succulent Smoothies, a comprehensive guide to juicing and blending.

Kris regularly lectures at medical schools, hospitals, wellness centers, corporations such as Whole Foods and Eat Right America, and Harvard University. She is a contributing editor for Natural Health Magazine and writes for many online publications including Psychology Today. Television appearances include: CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, The Early Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Gayle King Show, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, The Revolution, and The Oprah Winfrey Show

As an irreverent foot soldier in the fight against disease, Kris inspires countless individuals to take charge of their well-being by adopting a plant-based diet and improving lifestyle practices. Kris lives in Woodstock, N.Y., with her husband Brian and their rescue pooch Lola. Her motto: Make juice not war!

Visit Kris’ website, www.CrazySexyLife.com for daily tips, articles, inspiration, and upcoming events.



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  1. Many of you have already started to remove the meat and dairy products from your cabinets, fridge, and pantry. GREAT! Toss what no longer serves you. These are poisons not meant for your regal being.
  2. Dazzle your guests with a rockin’ vegan dinner, clean up Mama Earth, and connect with other like-minded bright lights. Dig in. Get dirty. Enjoy!
  3. As a general guideline, I like to build my smoothies with a 3:1 ratio of veggies to fruit. One of my favorite morning power shakes consists of a cucumber, a large handful of romaine, an avocado, and a pear. Coconut water with a little stevia adds lovely flavor.
  4. If you flub a day, it’s OK. Don’t beat yourself up or succumb to a mega-binge. Pay attention to what hit your trigger. Take a walk, call a buddy, soak in the tub, or rent a funny movie. Do what you need to do to break the habit, and then dive in again.


Make Juice Not War Green Drink

It's our motto and our morning beverage. Here's what we serve daily in the Carr/Fassett home. This recipe makes almost 32 ounces.

2 large cucumbers (peeled if not organic)
big fistful of kale or romaine
big fistful of sweet pea sprouts (if easy to find)
4-5 stalks celery
1-2 big broccoli stems
1-2 pears or green apples (optional)
spinach (optional)

Run all ingredients through juicer.

Kris Carr’s Green Smoothie

This makes enough for two people. You can adjust the recipe accordingly. My taste buds are different than yours so don't be afraid to play!

1 avocado
1-2 pieces of low glycemic fruit: green apple, pear, berries, and cantaloupe
1 cucumber
bit of kale or romaine or spinach
coconut water (or purified water)
Stevia to taste
sprinkle of cinnamon and some cacao (optional)
coconut meat, almond butter, or nut milk in place of avocado (optional)

Blend all ingredients in a blender.

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