What the cleanse looks like:
My day starts with a liquid meal ( a smoothie ) then a large, healthy lunch (usually some sort of quinoa salad, a protein and greens ), then a liquid meal at night (usually a pureed soup or another smoothie/juice ). I need to leave a 12 hour window between my last and first meal of the day as this really let’s my digestive system rest and do the work it needs to do. I’m trying to buy as much as I can organic, to reduce the amounts of chemicals I’m putting into my body.
The exclusion list seems much longer than the inclusion list, but don’t let that throw you off. There are so many amazing meals you can make from this list. In fact, are allowed on Clean.
A “Clean” soup recipe!
In addition to these foods, the Clean Program also encourages that you take a few supplements to help clean up the gut and keep things moving in your body. This is what I’m taking / doing on a daily basis in addition to the food portion (I’ll link to the exact supplements below):
Overall, I’m really excited for the next 21 days. I have high hopes and I’ll be sharing my progress along the way. Make sure to check in on Facebook & Instagram for more daily updates, but I’ll be sharing new Clean recipes over the next three weeks as well – both for the liquid portion as well as the whole-food meals. I’ll also be sharing a before and after picture once the 21 days are up.
My goals for the next 21 days:
If any of you are interested in learning more about the Clean Program, you can either purchase the book or purchase the cleanse on the website . I am doing the book version because I like to be able to eat what I want and not have to eat their shakes, but if you’re feeling like you would want everything just laid out for you, then the cleanse from the website might be a good choice for you.
Wish me luck!!
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