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10 Day Detoxification Program

10 Day Cleanse (Standard Process)

SP Complete 1 shake 2-3/day

SP Cleanse 7 capsules 3x/day (for the first seven days)

SP Green Food 3 capsules 3x/day (day 7 onward)

Whole Food Fiber 1 tablespoon 3x/day (mix with shake or water)

Eating and living for success

Keep a daily record of food intake; a recent study showed keeping a record increases weight loss

Eat a variety of food; choose from a rainbow of colors

Eat frequently throughout the day

No canned or dried fruits or vegetables, frozen are okay, choose organic whenever possible.

Fresh juices made from vegetables are allowed. (no fruit juices)

Vegetables may be steamed for 4 minutes or stir fried over low heat; however, for best results consume ½ of your vegetables raw.

Fresh herbs, spices are allowed.

Drink a minimum of 8 glasses of spring water a day; herb tea is fine

Walking or other mild aerobic exercise, for 30-45 minutes, at least every other day to facilitate the removal of toxins and help manage your weight


Vegetables

(unlimited)

Artichokes Cabbage Eggplant
Asparagus Carrots Kohlrabies
Beets, Red
(steam till soft)
Cauliflower Leeks
Bok Choy Celery Onions
Broccoli Brocciflower Chives
Garlic Peppers Green beans
Brussels sprouts Cucumbers Radishes
Summer squash Zukini
Lettuce & Greens


Lettuce & Greens

(unlimited)

Arugula Escarole Romaine
Beet greens Kale Spinach
Collard greens Mustard greens Swiss chard
Dandelion greens Radicchio Watercress
Endive Redleaf Green leaf


Oils

(cold pressed & unprocessed)

Four to seven teaspoons per day of: coconut oil, extra-virgin olive oil, fish oil, flax seed oil (keep refrigerated) and/or grape seed oil


Fruit

Any fruit you like. Keep in mind that you should eat twice as many servings of vegetables as fruits or you may gain weight

– fresh or frozen only, no dried or canned fruit (use organic whenever possible).


Lentils or Rice

Average serving size = ½ cup cooked

1 serving of lentils or 1 serving of wild or brown rice per day.

Lentils are recommended over rice because they have higher protein content.

Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Nature's Wisdom Wellness Center Inc. products & services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Products & services are intended to support the normal physiological & biochemical process of the human body. Information is provided for educational purposes only & not as prescriptive advice. No guarantee or assurance of any specific result is given or implied. Nature's Wisdom Wellness Center recommends that you consult with a medical doctor before starting, stopping, increasing, decreasing prescription medication or embarking on a detoxification program.

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