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One Week of Meal Suggestions To Accompany Your Colon Cleansing Program

salad

Daily Suggestions

  • Stay well-hydrated. Drink about 4-8 ounces of quality water every hour.
  • Every morning, first thing, drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.
  • Eat plenty of protein.

MONDAY MENU

egg

First Thing:

  • Drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.

Breakfast:

  • 2 organic, free-range eggs cooked in a healthy fat oil (e.g., coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil)
  • 1 cup spinach or chard sautéed with onions and garlic
  • 1 small cup sugar-free kefir or yogurt, ideally raw
hearty salad

Lunch:

  • A hearty salad of your favorite vegetables. Dress with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, or an all-natural, sugar-free dressing of your choice.
  • Grilled chicken breast (mixed with your salad or eaten on the side)
  • 8 oz. kombucha

Dinner:

  • Bone broth soup with lots of veggies. (You can meal prep this in a large batch, and eat it throughout the week and/or freeze some for later.)

TUESDAY MENU

First Thing:

  • Drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.
pancakes

Breakfast:

  • Banana pancakes with just 2 ingredients. [how to make] Top with organic butter. Optional: blueberries and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup.

Lunch:

  • Earlier in the week, meal prep a delicious healthy paleo soup with lots of protein and veggies in it. This is an easy meal to take with you to work in a thermos. There are lots of good recipes online!

Dinner:

  • Tacos with organic, free-range ground beef or lamb, or black beans. Salsa, raw cheese or non-dairy cheese, lettuce, blue corn shells. Add any other ingredients you like, such as avocado, cilantro, sautéed veggies, hot sauce, etc.

WEDNESDAY MENU

First Thing:

  • Drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.
Living Fuel

Breakfast:

  • Living Fuel - This superfood meal replacement contains a good amount of calcium, potassium, fiber, probiotics, omega-3 essential fatty acids, and protein. Put 2 scoops of Living Fuel into a 20-oz. container and add 16 or more ounces of water. Shake vigorously by hand or mix in a blender, and enjoy! (If you are using a blender, you can add some organic berries or fruit to make it even tastier.)

Lunch:

  • Brown or wild rice and stir-fried vegetables, with the organic, grass-fed meat of your choice (chicken, beef, etc.)

Dinner:

  • A can of sardines (or chicken or another fish if you’re not a fan of sardines)
  • Steamed broccoli
  • Small baked sweet potato
  • 8 oz. beet kvass

THURSDAY MENU

First Thing:

  • Drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.
smoothie fruit

Breakfast:

Smoothie:

  • 1 banana or mango
  • ½ cup wild blueberries
  • ½ cup cilantro
  • 1 Tb Living Fuel
  • ½ to 1 cup unsweetened almond or cashew milk
  • Small handful of Atlantic dulse (seaweed)

Blend until smooth in a high-speed blender.

squash

Lunch:

  • A kale salad with roasted butternut squash and seasoned chicken. The squash and chicken can be roasted in the oven together, in about 30 minutes. Top the massaged kale salad with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, and a small handful of walnuts and dried cranberries.

Dinner:

  • A burger. Seasoned, rare, or medium rare, cooked in olive oil or coconut oil. Bunless or with a gluten-free bun and toppings of your choice. (Caramelized onions are a great way to make a burger more delicious!)
  • A salad of your favorite veggies (lettuce, avocado, tomato, cucumber, etc.) on the side

FRIDAY MENU

omelette

First Thing:

  • Drink 8-16 ounces of celery juice on an empty stomach.

Breakfast:

  • Omelette with 2 organic, free-range eggs, tomatoes, spinach, sautéed onions, and seasoning.
lettuce wraps

Lunch:

  • Lettuce wraps. Buy a large head of organic lettuce with big leaves. Make a mixture of your favorite veggies and meat for the filling. Example: organic grass-fed beef sautéed with diced bell peppers, onion, garlic, and seasoning. This is an easy lunch to take to work. Just bring the filling in one container, then scoop into the lettuce leaves and eat like mini-wraps. (You can heat the filling up first if you want, or eat it cold.)

Dinner:

  • A sweet potato and roasted asparagus hash with eggs. (This would make a great breakfast as well!) In a large skillet, cook a diced sweet potato, diced roasted asparagus, diced red pepper, diced tomato, garlic, and seasonings. (You can make enough for a couple of servings, or meal prep for the week and make a large batch.)
  • Optional: small arugula salad on the side

Summary

These recipes are all fairly basic, and are meant to be a starting point, not something to repeat every week!

▶︎ Additional Dietary Ideas

Feel free to experiment with the guidelines given in my book, Ten Days to Optimal Health and in my 10-Day Diet and Detox Guide.

A Google search for "paleo recipes" or "buy paleo cookbook" will bring you to many more varied and advanced recipes that follow my general dietary protocols!

Please note that on this page I present daily meal ideas in a traditional breakfast/lunch/dinner outline, but as I mention in my book, ideally I recommend eating 4-6 small meals per day (every 3-4 hours) rather than 3 large meals.

Although specific fruits and vegetables are mentioned in this outline, I suggest buying whatever is in season, local, and organic. This is best for you, your tastebuds, and the earth!


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By Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC
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