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Shopping Guide - Preparing For The 3 Day Detox
About the 3 Day Guided Detox
- Reduce your cravings
- Reset your taste buds
- Start the process of cleaning up
- Get you on the path to healthy living
The Hungry for Change detox offers an abundance of nutrient-rich whole foods and green juices, including delicious salads, soups, snacks, and desserts, so you definitely won’t go hungry. The carefully selected ingredients will flood your body with nutrients, help flush out toxins, and keep you well hydrated.
We turn to this detox regularly and recommend it to our friends and family for three reasons: It’s quick. It’s easy to follow. And it doesn’t require any hard-to-find ingredients or supplements.
Grocery List for the 3 Day Detox
- 1 large ginger root
- 1 head garlic
- 2 buches celery
- 1 large head kale
- 2 tubs mixed sprouts (alfalfa, sunflower, or watercress)
- 3 bunches parsley (curly leaf or flat leaf)
- 2 handfuls string beans
- 3 carrots
- 4 small zucchini
- 3 tomatoes
- 3 avocados
- 10 small cucumbers
- 3 pears (or apples)
- 6 lemons
- 3 handfuls raw almonds
- 1 can of coconut milk or 1 carton almond or hemp milk (4 ounces desiccated coconut or nuts for Homemade Milk, if you don’t have a blender.)
- 1 small jar ground cinnamon
- 1 packet chia seeds (enough for at least 4 tablespoons)
- 1 small packet toasted sesame seeds (enough for at least 3 tablespoons)
- 1 small package nori sheets (seaweed)
- 1 bottle naturally fermented wheat-free tamari or shoyu
- Unrefined sea salt (or small tub of organic miso)
- 1 pack chamomile tea (whole leaves or tea bags—enough for at least 3 teas)
- Barley grass or wheatgrass powder (optional)
- Spirulina powder (optional)
- Filtered water
Note: If a listed ingredient is not in season or available where you live, substitute something similar.
What You Can Expect During And After The Detox
We recommend doing this detox twice a year, about once every six months. If you’re feeling more adventurous or want to experience even better results, extend the detox to seven or ten days and add in some of the healthy lifestyle suggestions listed below. If you haven’t done a detox before and are unsure what to expect, you might want to start the program on a Friday and complete the detox over the weekend.
Some people may feel energized, others may want to rest; but either way, it’s about listening to your body. Some people may experience mild detox symptoms, which include headaches, tiredness, irritability, and mucus elimination. These are all normal symptoms and a sign that your body is beginning to cleanse.
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