Go Clean, Sexy You

Eat healthy all year long with these seasonal detoxes from Lisa Consiglio Ryan's book, Go Clean, Sexy You.

Book: Go Clean, Sexy You: A Seasonal Guide to Detoxing and Staying Healthy
by Lisa Consiglio Ryan

First Line Teaser: Food is love.

Is it too soon to start talking about New Year’s Resolutions? Healthy eating during the holidays can be difficult, and let’s face it. Eating healthy food in general is difficult. So, I was quite excited to get the chance to review Go Clean, Sexy You, a book filled with recipes and seasonal detox plans. I don’t know about you, but when I think about a detox, I imagine days of fasting and only drinking juice. This is not that kind of detox.

Lisa encourages readers to cut out certain foods, such as dairy, caffeine, gluten and soy, and to eat plenty of clean produce, such as avocados and pineapple. Her book is full of soups, salads, smoothies, and other treats She, also, tells you what kitchen gear you will need and includes a menu plan and shopping list for each detox.

Since I haven’t had a lot of time with this book, I only tried a couple of recipes, but I loved the Spicy Sweet Potato Soup. So good on a cold day!

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Go Clean, Sexy You not only serves up a collection of delicious recipes, but offers a holistic approach on how to live a healthier life—putting whole foods into your body, detoxing every season to regularly cleanse your system, associating with those who fuel you not bring you down, and managing stress with activities that bring you back to balance.

A certified health and nutrition coach, author Lisa Consiglio Ryan provides straightforward guidance on how to overcome the obstacles that keep you from losing those last ten pounds, make you feel exhausted every afternoon, and compel you to indulge in unhealthy habits. Spending years struggling with a growing arsenal of health-destroying conditions that ranged from fibromyalgia , for treat ed use viagra pills , hypothyroidism, candida and rosacea to cystitis and tons of allergies, Lisa decided to turn to nutrition and lifestyle to reclaim her health. Then pursuing her education with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, she turned her personal quest into her vocation with the launch of Whole Health Designs.

As a nationally acclaimed wellness expert, Lisa has worked with thousands in her detox programs. Her approach incorporates easy-to-adopt eating habits, free from counting calories and fat grams. As you navigate through the seasons with Lisa’s whole food–based detox plans, you’ll be tapping into your body’s wisdom, forming sustainable habits, and developing loving, respectful relationship with your body. Not only will you feel better, you’ll look better too!

 This book was sent to me by BookSparks in exchange for an honest review.

In other news…

This week on the vlog, I talked about five books I haven’t finished reading.

And, in other news…

It is time for Christmas swaps!

Christmas Blogger Swap

I loved this swap last year. You and another blogger exchange 12 gifts and open one a day until Christmas. Check out Chaotic Goddess Swaps for more info.

Also, the lovely Erika from Cat Eyes & Skinny Jeans  is hosting The Great Holiday Blog Swap. I had so much fun swapping with her last year and am so excited she brought this swap back for another year.

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11 comments

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    Jane Erye is one I’ve never managed to finish despite trying to read it multiple times. It might be one I give up on. I know the Bronte sisters are all that but…. sigh.
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