Cleanse your mind of all the outdated granola clichés about livin’ raw and get ready to feel good (and yes, look even better!).
Juicing for Health features more than one hundred healthy juice and grain-free, dairy-free snack recipes, along with completely customizable cleanses for you to choose from. Find green juice recipes, mixed veggie and fruit juices, nut and seed mylks, and sweet and savory clean eating treats. Karliin’s nutrient-packed, lip-smacking juice recipes such as “I Have a Heart-On” and “Kale the Pain Away” are bound to get your blood pumping in all the right ways. And don't forget the snacks! Spicy Buffalo Popcorn (made from cauliflower), Hazelnut Butter Cups, Apricot Lavender Fruit Leather, vegan soups, and dairy-free cheeses, are all totally raw, plant-based, and comforting parts of your detox. Karliin strongly believes that “diets” (ewww) don’t work, so instead she will teach you how to adopt new habits to help you live happy and healthy. The recipes in this book are anti-diet food. They’re sensual, satiating, and fresh (just like you). They’re feel good, look good food. Maybe you feel weirded out and intimidated by cleansing out, but relax. Regardless of your body type, experience, and knowledge, there’s something in here for you.
“Karliin Brooks makes a compelling and delicious case for raw, cruelty-free living. Her recipes make me want to bare all and get into the kitchen ASAP.” —Rocco De Spirito
“Brilliant and dazzling images and art direction decorate delightful recipes that cover a wide gamut of goodies. Top to bottom, I’d be having The Best Day Ever eating any of these beauties; lots of great gems in these pages. No stone fruit is left unturned. Dig into these treats, tonics, elixirs, mylks, desserts, juices, smoothies, and soups and discover delightful treasures to entertain you, your friends, and family for, literally, years.” —David “Avocado” Wolfe, codeveloper of the NutriBullet, author of Superfoods
“Karliin’s cookbook is beautiful, and, unlike anything I’ve seen before, she manages to make juicing and healthy treats hip!” —Dr. Neal Barnard, president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine