Step 1 – The First Two Weeks:

1.  Follow the 11 Steps to Good Digestion (as outlined on separate document)

2.  Remove all glutinous grains, yeast, dairy, caffeine, alcohol, vinegar (except apple cider vinegar), refined flour and sugar products from your diet for a period of two weeks.  Depending on your other health issues, it may also be recommended to eliminate your red meat consumption and limit your other animal products during the cleansing period.


Eliminate yeast and gluten

  • switch to yeast free, gluten free bread or crackers
  • organic, non-GMO whole grains such as: rice, corn, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat or pasta made from these grains
  • ground nuts, coconut and legume flours (chick pea, fava bean) for baking

Eliminate all refined sugar

  • switch to small amounts of honey or coconut sugar

Eliminate all caffeine and alcohol

  • coffee, non herbal tea, cola’s, wine and beer must be eliminated
  • drink only pure, high pH water, herbal tea, rice, almond and coconut milk

Add fiber and colon support

  • plenty of fruits and vegetables (especially dark leafy greens), hemp, chia, flax seeds, raw nuts

Add liver friendly foods


  • juice from ½ lemon in an 8 oz. glass of water first thing in the morning 20 minutes before any other food or drink for additional liver detox support
  • garlic, onions, beans/legumes, milk thistle, apple cider vinegar

Step 2 – Weeks 3 to 6:

Add the following supplements in the daily-recommended dosage.  Continue with all supplements for a period of 4 weeks and add some of the healing foods daily.


Supplement List:

  • CandidaStop by New Roots
  • Aloe Vera Juice
  • Probiotic (min. 50B, 100B recommended)
  • Digestive Enzyme
  • Fish Oil w/Vit. D
  • Amino Acid, L-Glutamine
  • Healing Herbs in tea form:  Ashwagandha, Ginseng, Licorice Root

Healing Food List:

  • Bone Broth
  • Coconut
  • Fermented Vegetables (sauerkraut, kimchi)
  • Fermented Dairy (kefir, yogurt)
  • Antioxidants (blueberries)
  • Squash and Pumpkin

Step 3 – Weeks 6 to 8:

Reintroduce each of the eliminated foods one at a time.  It is helpful to journal throughout the cleanse, however, it is particularly important during the reintroduction of foods to note how they affect you.  Your journal entries can include:  a detailed list of all foods consumed, all symptoms or reactions, sleep patterns and bowel movements.


  • Be sure to introduce each food only once over a 48 hour period
  • Be aware of any reactions, ie: bloating, constipation, diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pains or discomfort, head aches, sleeplessness, joint pains, stiffness, runny nose or congestion, itchy/watery eyes etc. (basically, any symptom that wasn’t present during the cleanse)
  • If no symptoms are noticed, the food may remain in the diet, however, if symptoms are present, this food should be avoided
  • Continue this process until all foods have been reintroduced

Note:  if an illness is present, you may have to maintain the cleansing period for several months before attempting the reintroduction of foods to allow your body to fully restore bacterial balance in your gut.