All fresh fruits
* Eat no more than 3 times per week as these foods significantly slow the cleansing process. If you experience cleansing reactions, you may wish to consume more of these foods, or if you wish to speed up the cleansing process (not recommended for inexperienced cleansers), we recommend eating less of these foods.
**Alcoholic beverages are highly acid forming, destroy friendly bacteria in the digestive system and hinder the cleansing process. Herbal extracts may be used while cleansing however. the best way to dissolve any alcohol, is to let it evaporate in warm or hot water.
+ Processed, packaged and frozen foods lack enzymes and minerals, making it difficult for your body to get the nutrients it needs.
MELONS AND CITRUS
have a high, naturally occurring water and sugar content. They are quickly digested and may begin to ferment as they move through the digestive system. It is recommended to either eat them alone, or with other fruit from the same family.
PROTEINS AND FATS
Protein can be found in all foods, including fruits and vegetables, particularly squash, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower and sprouts. Avocados, coconuts, olive and flaxseed oils all contain adequate amounts of essential fatty acids (avoid foods cooked in oil, or fried foods while cleansing). By eating a variety of foods, it is easy to consume the needed 20-30 grams of protein per day.
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