The purpose of a cleansing fast is to remove metabolic waste and accumulated environmental toxins from the cells of the body. Vibrant Cleanse is intended to dissolve and eliminate cellular waste to preserve youth and elasticity regardless of our years. Vibrant Cleanse was designed as a powered version of the Lemonade Diet. The Lemonade Diet was designed by Naturopath Stanley Burroughs as a liquid fast to rid the body of toxins: industrial pollutants in the air we breathe and the water we drink, chemical residues in processed foods, and strange molecules from our medicines and cooking pans, have all embedded themselves in tissues and organs.
How To Cleanse
During a cleanse, you will not eat any solid foods. You will drink 6-8 glasses of Vibrant Cleanse per day. You can have unlimited amounts of water, and unlimited amounts of herbal tea. You can stay on the cleanse for as little as 3 days and up to 30 days. A 10 day cleansing fast is common.
Breaking Your Fast
When you have finished cleansing you must slowly reintroduce foods.
Day 1 Post-Cleanse
You can drink unlimited amounts of fresh fruit and vegetable juices. It is a good idea to fortify one or two servings with added Field of Greens or Green Vibrance green food powders.
Day 2 Post-Cleanse
You can have unlimited amounts of fruit and vegetable juices, and warm vegetable broth. Again, fortification with Field of Greens or Green Vibrance enhances replenishment of key nutrients.
Day 3 Post-Cleanse
You may begin eating whole fruits and vegetables and unlimited vegetable broth.
Days 4 -10 Post-Cleanse
Now you are ready to introduce other food sources. Vegetables cooked soft, herb teas, fresh vegetable and fruit juices should be used for 5 to 7 days.
Days 11+ Post-Cleanse
Concentrated proteins (i.e. meat, fish and eggs) may be reintroduced in small amounts, increasing the portions gradually over the next 10 days.
After successful cleansing you may use Vibrant Cleanse to replace one or two meals a day for maintenance.
Long term, we suggest you consider modifying your diet to maintain the benefits of the cleanse. A diet absent of grains, with more fruit and vegetables, and less animal protein and fats, will be healthy and invigorating.
As always, please consult your primary physician when considering a fast.