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A Peek At My Plate (Morning, Noon and Night)

I finally made the video that everyone’s been asking me to make. It’s the answer to the number one question I get asked: “What do YOU eat, Kris?” So here’s a little show and tell, an up close and personal peek at MY eats!

In this video, you’ll see everything I made (and ate) for the day, which of course includes a boatload of green juice. Some of the delicious recipes can be found in Crazy Sexy Kitchen, while others are my go-to, everyday staples. All of the dishes are 100 percent plant-empowered, easy and quick. Hey, I filmed this on a spectacular fall day. You better believe I chose simple meals that would allow me to play in the autumn light and soak in the crimson.

I hope my little food tour inspires you to get creative in the kitchen. Remember, variety is the spice of life and the heart of a healthy diet. Every day brings new opportunities for fun and folly in the kitchen. Tomorrow, I’ll probably start my day with a green smoothie, then if I’m still hungry, I’ll make the hot Coconut and Mango Millet porridge from my cookbook. At lunch, I just might get a hankering for some hearty Crazy Sexy Bean Chili. Thankfully, I made and froze a big batch a few weeks ago. Defrost and a-go-go! And if I find myself in the middle of a snack attack, there are lots of recipes to choose from at KrisCarr.com and in Crazy Sexy Kitchen.

By the way, lately I’ve been obsessed with Brazil nuts (a great source of selenium, which helps boost metabolism and reduce inflammation). I toss a small handful in my smoothies and store them like dog treats (but for people) in my pockets.

OK, press play.

Peace & cookin’,

Kris Carr

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Kris Carr is a New York Times best-selling author and health advocate. Her books and film include the groundbreaking Crazy Sexy Cancer series, Crazy Sexy Diet and most recently, Crazy Sexy Kitchen. Kris regularly lectures at medical schools, hospitals, wellness centers, corporations such as Whole Foods and Harvard University. 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-based diet, improving lifestyle practices and learning to live and love with passion.

  • anon

    thanks for sharing. i’m working on integrating more veggies into my meals and i was looking at your tuna recipe … so easy!! i have everything except the kelp bits. thanks for offering some free recipes on your site. looking forward to seeing your book in person.

  • Dee

    I love this video! Thanks for all this great info. I got some good ideas. I especially liked that you informed us that we can pre-make our juice. I’ve always been afraid to do that because I thought I could get sick if I let the juice sit for more than an hour. I’m going to the hardware store today to get me some Mason jars. Thanks Kris!
    xoxo

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