Basic Detox Info,  Fruit,  Juicing,  Raw Food

Best Diets for Detoxification

What we eat is one of the most important things that impacts our health, along with our thoughts and environment. There are diets that support a healthy body and of course diets that don’t.

Use the diets below to support whatever stage you are on in your self-healing journey. If you know that you are in need of an immediate diet change, you can go cold-turkey on a High Fruit, Raw Food diet for the deepest level of detoxification and impact on your health. If you are a newbie to detoxification and want to start small until you are ready to go further, check out our 3 Super Simple Detox Diets.

Just know that you will experience some discomfort as your body may go through mild (low grade fevers, headaches, skin rashes, or constipation) to more severe (persistent diarrhea, painful aches, etc) healing crises. While this does signal that your body is moving to a new level of detoxification and victory is near; these experiences can be unpleasant. Should they alarm you, you may go back a level or two from your current detox diet until the symptoms are more tolerable. Then over a few days gradually move back up to the detox diet ladder.

For all diets below – no alcohol, caffeinated beverages, sodas, bread products, pastas, dairy, processed foods, added sugars (white, brown, candy, chocolate, maple syrup), eggs, fast foods, or fried foods.

 

Highest Level of Detoxification: High Fruit, Raw Vegan Food Diet

This diet will bring the highest level of detoxification and includes some savory raw soups that will be easy to digest and will slow down healing crises without stopping detoxification completely. To go even deeper with your detoxification, by pass the raw soups and allow the astringent power of the fruits to move the cellular stagnation.

Breakfast:

Fresh squeezed or pressed Fruit juice

Fruit (don’t mix melons with other types of fruit or food)

Snacks:

Fruit, fresh fruit juice

Lunch:

Fruit, berries or melons (only)

Dinner:

Fruit, berries, melons (only)

Blended raw soups with non-sweet fruits such as avocado, cucumber, red bell peppers, etc. (Only when desiring something savory or needing to slow detox)

High Level of Detoxification: High Fruit/Steamed Veggies

This diet will allow the body to detoxify rapidly, but will allow some savory salads along with the fruit.

Breakfast:

Fresh squeezed or pressed Fruit juice

Fruit (don’t mix melons with other types of fruit or food)

Snacks:

Fruit, fruit juice, or veggie juice

Lunch:

Fruit, berries or melons (only)

Dinner:

Fruit, berries, melons (only)

Blended raw soups with non-sweet fruits (avocado, cucumber, red bell peppers, etc)

Large vegetable salad (plenty of leafy greens, variety of colorful veggies, no dairy, no meat, only small amounts of raw nuts – if any, avocado in small amounts, and small amounts of cold pressed oils)

Moderate Level of Detoxification: Fruit and Veggies

This a great diet to stay on after detoxification and wish to be vegan.

Breakfast:

Fresh squeezed or pressed Fruit juice

Fruit (don’t mix melons with other types of fruit or food)

Snacks:

Fruit, fruit juice, or veggie juice

Lunch:

Fruit, berries or melons (only)

Large vegetable salad (plenty of leafy greens, variety of colorful veggies, no dairy, no meat, only small amounts of raw nuts – if any, avocado in small amounts, and small amounts of cold pressed oils)

Dinner:

Fruit, berries, melons (only)

Blended raw soups with non-sweet fruits (avocado, cucumber, red bell peppers, etc)

Large vegetable salad (plenty of leafy greens, variety of colorful veggies, no dairy, no meat, only small amounts of raw nuts – if any, avocado in small amounts, and small amounts of cold pressed oils)

Steamed vegetables

Vegetable broth soup

Baked sweet potato

 

Transition into a Detox Diet: Fruit, Veggies, Baked Lean Meats

This is a good prep diet for the 7 Day Detox. It can also be excellent after you have thoroughly detoxified and regenerated your body, but don’t want to be a strict vegan.

Breakfast:

Fresh squeezed or pressed Fruit juice

Fruit (don’t mix melons with other types of fruit or food)

Cereals: oatmeal, millet, brown and wild rice, buckwheat (soaked overnight in water or juice, or barely cooked)

Snacks:

Fruit, fruit juice, or veggie juice.

Raw Nuts

Lunch:

Fruit, berries or melons (only)

Large vegetable salad (plenty of leafy greens, sprouts, various colorful veggies, no dairy, no meat, only small amounts of raw nuts – if any, avocado in small amounts, and small amounts of cold pressed oils)

Dinner:

Fruit, berries, melons (only)

Large vegetable salad (plenty of leafy greens, various colorful veggies, no dairy, no meat, only small amounts of raw nuts – if any, avocado in small amounts, and small amounts of cold pressed oils)

Steamed vegetables

Blended raw soup

Cooked vegetable broth soup

Baked sweet potato

Only every other day: Baked fish, chicken, turkey, and lean beef – only lightly seasoned with herbs and sea salts. No sauces or gravy.

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