Kris Carr on Hello Freedom with Terri Cole

Today I’m excited to introduce you to my friend of two and a half decades, Kris Carr. Kris first came into the public consciousness with her book Crazy Sexy Cancer, and she’s now known as a New York Times bestselling author, a speaker, and a wellness activist.

Today we’re talking about her new book, Crazy Sexy Juice, which is all about making it easy to be healthy. Kris knows a thing or two about health, since she became a health junkie after a diagnosis of a very rare kind of cancer almost twelve years ago.

Kris has been a role model for me for many years, so it only seems appropriate that the New York Times also recently named her a role model for wellness. I can’t wait for you to hear our conversation – I think she’ll become a role model for you as well.

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“When I see people out there spreading the message of health and happiness, it makes me feel really happy to be one voice amongst a sea of many.” –  Kris Carr

Show Notes:

  • The process behind writing the recipes in her book
  • The difference between juice and smoothies
  • Why it’s important to have healthy role models
  • The value of gradual change
  • Why you have to start with small steps

“If you can start to add good things to your life you slowly edge out the stuff that doesn’t serve you.” – Kris Carr


  • How caring for yourself can set you up for success
  • The importance of balance and moderation
  • Why it’s crucial to have a good honest community
  • What it means to say yes to your life

“We all go through that where we’re afraid to make a move because what we’re doing is what we know, and we’re terrified of the unknown. And yet in the unknown there’s more abundance.” – Kris Carr


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“My freedom is saying yes to my aliveness, and everything that makes me feel that aliveness.” – Kris Carr



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