From the Be Well Kitchen:
Our Favorite Cleanse Shake Recipes

Favorite Smoothies

If you’re doing the Be Well Cleanse and looking for some tasty shake combos, look no further! When I do the Cleanse, I often make a smoothie for my breakfast shake, so that it’s a bit more filling. Then I have the other 2 shakes with just water or almond milk.

If weight loss is an important goal for you, we recommend skipping out on the smoothies and keeping the shakes simple by mixing them up with water, almond milk or coconut milk.

For all of these, simply add ingredients to the blender, blend and enjoy!

Be Well Coach Laura Kraber

1 Cleanse shake
8 oz almond or hemp milk
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice mix (or cinnamon)
3 drops liquid stevia
Ice

Note: no blender needed for this one!

Be Well Coach Jennifer Mielke

1 Cleanse shake
½ pear
¼ cup blueberries
8 oz coconut water
Ice

Be Well Coach Kerry Bajaj

1 Cleanse shake
8 oz almond milk
Hefty dash of cinnamon
½ tbsp almond butter (optional)
½ tsp cocoa powder (optional)
Lots of ice

Tastes like a milkshake!

Be Well Coach Katrine Van Wyk

1 Cleanse shake
½ cup frozen raspberries
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 cup coconut milk – the ones from the carton (or 1/3 cup canned coconut milk and 2/3 cup water)

Be Well Coach Jenny Sansouci

1 Cleanse Shake
8 oz almond milk
1 cup greens of choice (kale, spinach, etc) or 1 tbsp greens powder
1/2 cup frozen blueberries

Be Well Coach Jackie Damboragian

1 Cleanse shake
¼ avocado
1 cup baby spinach
½ cup frozen dark cherries
½ cup coconut milk
½ cup water
Ice

Be Well Coach Courtney Blatt

1 Cleanse shake
1-2 tbsp chia seeds
1 cup kale (or another green of your choice)
¼ cup blueberries
4 oz coconut milk
2 oz water
Ice

Be Well Chef Janice Lipman

1 Cleanse shake
1 slice of fresh or frozen pineapple
¼ cup of coconut milk
¼ cup of coconut water
Ice

Tastes like a pina colada!

  • April

    I know fruit contains essential vitamins and minerals but when blended in smoothies doesn’t the sugar content affect blood sugar levels?

  • Anonymous

    Hi April,

    Yes, fruit is very healthy but to your point it does contain a fair amount of sugar. When you put fruit in smoothies, the fiber is also going in there which helps slow the absorption of the sugar, which in turn helps with blood sugar levels. For anyone that is pre-diabetic, diabetic or sensitive to sugar, we recommend sticking to only a couple servings of fruit a day, berries being the best choice as they are low-glycemic. ~ Jackie, Be Well Coach

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