Super Soul Sunday
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Posted: Thu 11/07/2013 12:00 AM
This Sunday, we're checking back in with Crazy Sexy Cancer's Kris Carr, who was diagnosed with a rare form of stage four incurable cancer. Ten years later, she's still living with the diagnosis and thriving. Watch a preview, and read on to start living your craziest, sexiest life with seven simple tips from Kris!
1. Get back to nature and back to the garden, preferably the organic garden when affordable. When not, choose fruits and veggies that are sprayed less. Find the Shopper's Guide to Pesticides at FoodNews.org. There are over 80,000 chemicals in our world today; eating them and putting them on our bodies impairs our immune systems.
2. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet. Learn about the health detriments of inflammatory foods (wheat, gluten, dairy, meat, sugar, coffee, soda, energy drinks, alcohol, processed foods—aka the white stuff). Say goodbye to the standard American diet (acidic and inflammatory) in favor of alkaline organic veggies, sprouts, green drinks, green smoothies, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, oxygen and peace.
Get the rest of Kris' advice!
Posted: Wed 12/21/2011 09:00 AM
The holiday season is here and so is the stress of finding the perfect gift. Why not give the gift of soul? Here are some books and DVDs to give featuring our very own "Super Soul Sunday" guests and contributors!
Posted: Sun 12/11/2011 10:04 AM
Crazy Sexy Cancer's Kris Carr invites you to her farm to find tranquility. With acres of untouched natural beauty, it won't be hard to find a little peace here!
Visit the place where Kris finds her "greatest joy and creativity"
Posted: Sun 12/11/2011 10:03 AM
Eight years ago, we met Kris Carr and were introduced to her positive attitude and healthy lifestyle in Crazy Sexy Cancer. Since then, Kris' lifestyle has become a movement! We visited Kris and her husband in upstate New York to find out what they're up to these days. Watch the video now!
Posted: Thu 12/08/2011 02:05 PM
Change. It's the only thing that's constant. And yet it's also the hardest thing to do. Or is it? Maybe change is easier than we think. Maybe all we need to change is our minds and the rest will follow. When I changed to an animal-free, plant-based diet nine years ago, I was worried that it would affect more than just my plate. I thought it'd put a cramp in my style, my social life and romantic relationships, that going veg would take too much time, and ultimately be unfulfilling. That limited belief turned out to be a scary, small feeling—'not a fact. In reality, the simple act of changing my plate, change my life for the better. My overall health improved, I met and married my soul mate, changed my career, committed my life to helping others, negative relationships ended and healthy friendships began. Overall, it was a win win situation! Oh, and forty looks pretty good when you're plant-based. I'm just saying.
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