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The ClearDetox Program
Nutritional Support for Detoxification

The ClearDetox Program Elimination Diet

An elimination diet is designed to eliminate common allergens along with any specific food sensitivities known to an individual. In the context of detoxification, this reduces stress to the gastrointestinal tract and immune system and helps to preserve gut integrity. As a result, this may help decrease the amount of toxins that penetrate through the gut, helping to decrease toxin load. Furthermore, organic, natural whole food selections that are part of the Healthful Foods list (below) help to minimize exposure to antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, preservatives, artificial colors and flavors, and other chemicals that overwhelm the body's detoxification processes.

Use the basic food lists below to guide your meal and menu preparation. The emphasis is on allergen reduction and whole, healthful eating. Fresh and organic foods should be used whenever possible. Vegetables should be steamed, sauteed, or eaten raw. Some vegetables even promote phase I and phase II detoxification, including cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, and broccoli. Meats and fish are best grilled, sauteed or baked. Use only fresh spices to season and avoid packaged and processed foods. You are encouraged to build upon the guidelines below with your health professional.

As part of the ClearDetox Program, the elimination diet should be continued for 4 weeks. Afterwards, foods like dairy, eggs, corn, soy, shellfish, citrus fruits, and grains like wheat and oats can be gradually reintroduced, preferably one at a time, 2 or 3 days apart. This way, if you notice any sensitivity or allergic reactions to a particular group, you should continue to eliminate those foods for several months (after which you may try introducing them again), or continue to avoid them altogether. All foods that become part of your permanent dietary plan should be whole and organic as often as possible.

Elimination Diet: Healthful Foods to Include

Elimination Diet: Allergenic and Problematic Foods to Avoid

•Brown rice, rice vermicelli, other rice products including crackers and cereal; millet, quinoa, amaranth, baked sweet potatoes
•Legumes not including soy, such as kidney and navy beans, peas, lentils
•Rice milk or nut milks
•Fresh organic vegetables, except for corn; vegetable juices
•Organic, free-range (pesticide-free, hormone-free) meat sources and wild fish like salmon or halibut
•Fresh organic fruits, except for the ones indicated under foods to avoid
•Almonds, raw pumpkin seeds, walnuts, cashews, nut butters; to be avoided if person has an individual allergy to any of these nuts
•Unrefined extra virgin olive oil, flaxseed oil, sesame oil
•8 or more 8 fl oz glasses of water each day
•Other: decaffeinated tea (organic)
•Gluten containing grains: wheat, oats, barley, rye, spelt, kamut
•Dairy products: milk, cheese, yogurt, cream, butter, etc.
•Eggs and egg substitutes
•Corn and corn products
•Processed meats or meats that are not organic or hormone free
•Shellfish and farm raised fish
•Soy products
•Citrus fruits, strawberries, pineapple, and any other fruit the individual is sensitive to
•Peanuts and peanut butter
•Partially hydrogenated oils (vegetable shortening, margarine); refined vegetable oils (corn, safflower, sunflower, canola, lite olive oil)
•Artificial colorings, flavorings, sugars and sweeteners; high fructose corn syrup and foods or beverages high in sugar
•Any foods high in preservatives, chemicals or antibiotics.
•Other: alcohol, caffeine (coffee, tea, cola drinks)

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

The Information presented here is strictly for educational purposes only. Some ingredients may interact with the prescription medication. Please consult your physician before you take any medication.

Source: Pure Encapsulated.

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