Reset your body with quality foods and clean supplements.

With all of the environmental toxins and stress in our world, it is no secret that our bodies need all the help they can get to continue  functioning well. Our bodies have innate detox systems that rely on specific nutrients to function optimally and to help us maintain our health. Foods rich in flavonoids, sulfur, choline. magnesium, methionine and other nutrients have been shown to support and potentially enhance our bodies' detox systems. By simply being more intentional with your food choices several days each month, you can help your body detox without doing a super-strict cleanse.

This guide details specific foods rich in powerful nutrients for you to incorporate into your diet to help support detoxification. It also identifies foods and substances to avoid, particularly if you are following a cyclical detox program.

For the first three days, we outline specific foods to focus on and foods to avoid. During this time, try to give your body minimal distractions and an abundance of the nutrients required for detoxification. Also, it is best to avoid heavy workouts and reduce stress if possible. You want to direct as much energy as possible toward the clean-up. Think of phase 1 as the “all hands-on deck days” for your body. At the end of the three days, you will transition to a more expanded food list for an additional 3-5 days, allowing your body to continue the enhanced detoxification while reducing the impact on your daily life. 

Here’s how it works:

The guide below details a 6 to 11 day journey where you will become more targeted in your food choices. We have provided a sample schedule to help guide you through this process and outlined suggested supplements and tips to help make the journey as simple as possible. Please note that if you are eating a diet very high in processed foods, sugar, or artificial sweeteners, we suggest that you gradually reduce those before jumping right into this process. This will prevent you from feeling detox ‘hangover’ or sugar withdrawal symptoms.

Phase 1: All Hands on Deck. For the first 3 days, the food options are more targeted, and more items are recommended to be avoided. This gives your body 3 days to have as little distraction as possible while having an abundance of the nutrients required for detoxification. It is best for these 3 days to avoid heavy workouts and reduce stress if possible. You want as much energy as possible being directed towards the clean-up.

Phase 2. At the end of the 3 days, you will transition to a more expanded food list for an additional 3 to 5 days allowing your body to continue the enhanced detoxification while reducing the impact on your daily life.

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“Food’ Additives
This includes artificial colors, artificial flavors, preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and texturing agents. Basically avoid packaged foods as much as possible. 
Dairy Products

Avoid all dairy products except Ghee and High Quality Whey protein powders with NO artificial sweeteners.
Processed Meat Products

Such as deli meat, lunch meat, or preserved meats. Think of it this way; if the meat lasts longer than it should in its original state in your refrigerator… steer clear..
Over Processed or Unhealthful oils and fats
Including vegetable oil, soybean oil, Crisco, trans fats, hydrogenated oils, fat from conventionally raised animals
Limit Caffeine and Avoid Alcohol
Caffeine is processed in the liver and there for having too much can take away from the livers ability to detox effectively. Alcohol is a toxin plain and simple. For 3 days we strongly recommend avoiding it completely. 

Added Sugar and Sweeteners

Including High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sucrose, Agave, Cane Sugar, Coconut Sugar, Beet Sugar. If you see these terms or any variation it on the label just step away for now.
Grains and Such
Including wheat, barley, rye, corn, buckwheat, quinoa, oats and rice.
Limit Meat and Egg Consumption 

Meat and animal products require a lot of work to digest. For the first 3 days aim to stick to 1 meal per day with high quality meat products. This will allow your body to put more energy into your detox systems instead of towards processing food. If you feel you need additional protein select a high quality protein powder such as Collagen and greens or Lean Protein.
Peanuts and Legumes
Avoid all peanuts (which are actually legumes) Peas, lentils, and soy. Note: exceptions include snap peas and green peas.

Non-Starchy Veggies

Kale, Spinach, celery, arugula, dandelion, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, bok choy, celery radicchio, artichoke, asparagus, onions, garlic, beets, green beans, snow peas, and sugar snap peas, cucumber.
Nuts Seeds n’ things
Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Flax Seeds, fresh coconut, almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, cashews, pecans.
Nutrient Dense Fruits
Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, Kiwi, Lemons, Grapefruit, Acai Berries, Fresh Cranberries. Go easy on higher carbohydrate fruits such as Mango, Pineapples, Passionfruit, Grapes, Bananas, and Apples.
Easily Processed Protein Sources
Collagen and Greens, Lean Protein Powder, Eggs, Organic Chicken, Organic Turkey, Salmon, Sardines, Bone Broth.
Super Charged Supplements:
Milk Thistle, B vitamins, Glutathione, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Activated Charcoal (before bed away from other foods and supplements), Prebiotics, Probiotics. *Note: These supplements are not medical recommendations and are not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or illness. It is advisable to check with your health care provider before taking supplements.

Limited Organic Pastured Chicken and Eggs 

Meat and animal products require a lot of work to digest. For the first 3 days aim to stick to 1 meal per day with high quality meat products. This will allow your body to put more energy into your detox systems instead of towards processing food.
High Quality Oils
Extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil, ghee, cold pressed flax oil, MCT oil, coconut oil
Ample Water
Your body needs extra water to process toxins and you eliminate these toxins through your urine and feces. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Ideally your urine will be almost clear.
Tea and Drinks
Herbal Teas, Green Tea, Kombucha, Coconut water, Lemon Water, Celery Juice, Low Fruit Green Juice, Ginger Tea, Wheatgrass Juice

“Food’ Additives
This includes artificial colors, artificial flavors, preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and texturing agents. Basically, avoid packaged foods as much as possible.
Dairy Products

Avoid all dairy products except Ghee and High-Quality Whey protein powders with NO artificial sweeteners.
Processed Meat Products

Such as deli meat, lunch meat, or preserved meats. Think of it this way; if the meat lasts longer than it should in its original state in your refrigerator… steer clear.
Limit Caffeine and Limit Alcohol
Caffeine is processed in the liver and there for having too much can take away from the livers ability to detox effectively. Alcohol is a toxin plain and simple. It is best to avoid completely. *If you chose to consume alcohol limit to one serving of high-quality wine, one serving high quality vodka, or Blanco tequila. Choose mixers that are low in sugar and that adhere to other guidelines*

Added Sugar and Sweeteners

Including High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sucrose, Agave, Cane Sugar, Coconut Sugar, Beet Sugar. If you see these terms or any variation it on the label just step away for now.
Grains and Such
Including wheat, rice, barley, rye, corn. (note oats, quinoa, buckwheat and rice are allowed during phase II)
So Called ‘Nuts’ and Soy
Avoid all peanuts (which are actually legumes), Soy, and Soy Containing Products.
Over Processed or Unhealthful oils and fats
Including vegetable oil, soybean oil, Crisco, trans fats, hydrogenated oils, fat from conventionally raised animals

More Veggies 

Kale, Spinach, celery, arugula, dandelion, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, bok choy, celery radicchio, eggplant, artichoke, asparagus, onions, garlic, beets, green beans, snow peas, and sugar snap peas, cucumber, Carrots, Radishes, Sweet Potato, Seaweed, Tomatoes, and Peppers.
More Fruits
Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, Kiwi, Lemons, Grapefruit, Acai Berries, avocado. Fresh Cranberries. Go easy on higher carbohydrate fruits such as Mango, Pineapples, Passionfruit, Grapes, Bananas, and Apples.
Nuts Seeds n’ things
Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Flax Seeds, Fresh coconut, almonds, walnuts, macadamia nuts, cashews, pecans.
Fermented Foods
Including sauerkraut, coconut yogurt, kimchi, nondairy kefir, low sugar kombucha.
Ample Water
Your body needs extra water to process toxins and you eliminate these toxins through your urine and feces. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Ideally your urine will be almost clear.  

High Quality Meats and Eggs
Resume regular volume of animal product consumption. However, we strongly suggest choosing grass fed organic meats and animal products to limit exposure to exogenous hormones and chemicals. Where possible select Grass Fed Meats, Organic, Pastured Chicken and Eggs
High Quality Oils
Extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil, ghee, cold pressed flax oil, MCT oil, coconut oil, sesame oil and walnut oil.
Super Charged Supplements:
Milk Thistle, B vitamins, Glutathione, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Activated Charcoal (before bed away from other foods and supplements), Prebiotics, Probiotics
Grains and Grain Like things (In Moderation)
Including oats, quinoa, buckwheat and rice.
Legumes
If well tolerated Lentils, Black Beans, Kidney Beans, Lima Beans, and Peas.