Life After The Cleanse

The period after your Cleanse is as important as the Cleanse itself
Learn more about reintroducing foods to your diet ↓

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Follow the
Healthy Living Maintenance Plan

One
Have A Smoothie For Breakfast

Protein Shakes

Continue with a daily shake. To vary your source of protein, alternate between plant-based and whey-based. Add some superfoods for extra oopmh!

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Two
Follow The Healthy Living Eating Plan

Real Food

Eat Real Food.
Fresh wholesome food is the cornerstone of Dr. Lipman's philosophy. Our Healthy Living Guide will keep you on track.

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Three
Support Your Diet With Supplements

Supplements

Extend the benefits you achieved on the Cleanse. These four foundational supplements will cover nutritional gaps and promote optimal long-term health.

REINTRODUCING FOODS TO YOUR DIET

The Cleanse offers a powerful learning opportunity for you to discover hidden food sensitivities. By carefully reintroducing the foods that were removed during the Cleanse and paying close attention to any possible reactions to each food, you may determine that a certain food or foods should stay out of your diet beyond the Cleanse program.

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After your Cleanse, we recommend that you continue to avoid sugar, gluten, processed foods, and factory-farmed meats; but you can reintroduce some of the foods that you removed during the Cleanse, such as eggs, nightshade vegetables, dairy, and specific fruits, to see if you react to them. Typical reactions include digestive distress or stomach upset, brain fog, fatigue, headache, mood swings, skin rash, undereye circles, or joint pain.

The most common dietary irritants are gluten, sugar, dairy, soy, corn, alcohol, and caffeine. The secondary group of potentially irritating or inflammatory foods include the nightshade vegetables (white potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers) and eggs.

Reintroduce each of the “excluded” foods back into your diet one at a time, every two to three days, to check your reaction to that food.

Keeping a food journal and making a schedule listing which foods you will add on which days is a great approach to making the most of your Cleanse. Be careful not to eat foods such as pizza which include three excluded foods (dairy, gluten, tomato) in this re-introduction phase because if you do have a reaction, you won't know which of the foods caused the reaction.

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