Continuation of the article "Medical Medium 3:6:9 Advanced Cleans (part 1)" .


Follow these directions throughout the nine days of the cleanse.

Consume only fruits and vegetables

Stick to fruits, vegetables, green leafy vegetables, and fresh herbs—specifically, the foods mentioned in this article and in the modifications and recipes from Anthony William's Cleanse for Health .

Cleansing foods are meant to help you heal. If you have a specific problem with any of the foods mentioned, refer to the "Adaptations and Substitutions for Cleanse" chapter (expect a detailed article on this subject on our blog soon). For example, if you find it difficult to eat a salad, puree its ingredients. Strictly adhere to the recommendations in this article. It won't do you any good if you try to be clever.

It may sound overwhelming to eat only fruits and vegetables. This is because we are used to eating small amounts of them, and in this cleanse they are the main component. If you think that salad won't fill you up, you're probably used to eating small portions of salad as a side dish consisting of wilted leaves and pale tomatoes. The foods included in the Intensive Cleanse are fortifying, delicious and filling; at the same time, they are easily digested, giving the body the opportunity to put as much of its energy as possible into the healing process.

Support your body with the foods included in the cleanse (or their substitutes) - you have no idea how it will benefit it. During this part of the cleanse, it's worth the effort to stay away from foods that take a little more work to digest. The nutrient-dense healing fuel you're about to ingest is exactly what your body needs right now.

Avoid radical fats altogether

To aid your healing, cut out radical fats for all nine days. This means no nuts, seeds, nut butters (such as peanut butter), nut milks, butter, olives, coconut, avocados, chocolate, cocoa beans, dairy products (including butter, cheese, milk, yogurt, kefir, and whey protein powder ), bone broth or other animal products. If you consume these fats, it will disrupt your cleanse.

The liver does not have to be interrupted to process radical fats. During this period, he will continue to produce bile, but it will not have to be as strong to break down fat. Thus, the liver uses its energy to cleanse at a level it cannot otherwise reach. Remember: it is very difficult for the liver to cleanse itself on a deep level while on a high-fat diet. The surprising bonus is that once you eliminate radical fats from your diet, you'll likely find that food is more satisfying than ever.

This break from fat, combined with the density of bioavailable nutrients in the foods you eat, gives the body a unique opportunity to put its energy into healing. Without fat in the bloodstream to block glucose absorption, the liver can build up stores of glucose and glycogen, which are vital for the hard work of expelling toxins during the Nine .

Fat loss is also related to the viscosity of your blood. If you have too much free-floating fat in your blood, you slow down your body's ability to flush out poisons and toxins because the fat absorbs and holds the toxins in them, causing toxic pockets of fat to form in and around your body's organs. The goal during a cleanse is to break up the fat deposits (what people call fat cells) – to open them up so that they can release the poisons, toxins and old, built-up adrenaline they contain to be flushed out of the body. If you continue to consume radical fats during this period, the blood will continue to contain a large amount of fat, which will make efforts to get rid of the already existing accumulations meaningless.

By the way, even if you really like eating avocado, enjoy it after the 3:6:9 Intensive Cleanse. Although avocados are indeed a fruit and are more easily digested than other radical fats, when you're cleansing your liver, even good, healthy fats get in the way.

And again, no legumes during this cleanse. Although they are not a source of radical fat nor a problem food, their fat content is higher than that of fruits and vegetables. Eliminating them will guarantee you the most peaceful possible cleansing for the digestive tract.

Avoid problem foods

Eliminate Problem Foods from Chapter 7 of the Cleanse for Health book. They should not enter your menu at all during all days of the cleanse, unless specifically indicated:

  • Eggs
  • Dairy products
  • Gluten
  • Soft drinks
  • Salt and spice mixes (individual spices are allowed)
  • Pork
  • Corn
  • Different types of oil (both industrially farmed and healthier)
  • Soy
  • Lamb meat
  • Tuna and other fish and seafood (salmon, trout and sardines are allowed for dinner on days 1, 2 and 3)
  • Vinegar (including apple cider vinegar)
  • Caffeine (including coffee, matcha and chocolate)
  • Cereals (millet and oats are allowed on days 1, 2 and 3)
  • Alcohol
  • Natural and artificial fragrances
  • Fermented foods including kombucha, sauerkraut and coconut aminos)
  • Nutritional yeast
  • Citric acid
  • Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
  • Aspartame and other artificial sweeteners
  • Formaldehyde
  • Preservatives

If you missed Chapter 7 of the Cleanse for Health book, read it to find out why you should avoid these foods during your cleanse. As much as you want to eat a slice of pepperoni pizza, this chapter will remind you that you're doing the right thing by taking a break from certain foods while doing the 3:6:9 cleanse.

None of the problem foods are included in this list because it is fashionable to exclude them from the diet. Gluten, for example, is not avoided because of today's common belief that it causes inflammation. The reason is much more specific and important to understand.

Cutting out these foods is easier than it sounds—your focus will be on nutritious fruits and vegetables every day. Eating these nutrient-dense foods will leave no room for other tempting foods, and this will help curb your appetite.

Take food in the right amounts for you

Every person is different, with unique caloric needs and appetite levels. Eat as much as is right for you. You don't want to starve or stuff yourself. You will find out what amount is right for you. Stock up well so you have an abundance of fresh, healing foods on hand.

At no point during the cleanse should you force food if you are already full.

Stay hydrated

Don't forget to hydrate. Every day, drink about 1 liter of water during the day between your morning and evening lemon or lime water. This makes approximately 4 cups. Of course, you can drink more. If you feel like you need more fluids at any point during the cleanse, don't limit yourself, but adjust your water intake.

Avoid water with a pH above 8.0. This also applies if you use a water alkalizing machine – keep it at a pH of 8.0 or below. The best pH for drinking water is 7.7. Water content with higher pH levels is held in the stomach until the digestive system can lower it to 7.7 to be released throughout the body. The same goes for water with a pH below 7.7 - your body has to put energy into raising its pH. Drinking water with an ideal pH level prevents your digestive system from weakening.

During the first 8 days of the cleanse, you can drink Hot Spicy Apple Juice at any temperature (recipe is on page 386) or coconut water (no dyes or "natural flavors") throughout the day. This is in addition to the daily intake of 1 liter of water. Be sure to drink these liquids at least 15-30 minutes before or after the celery stalk juice. On a day of additional celery stalk juice intake (eg Day 7 or 8) you can reduce the water a bit if you like.

Additional guidelines for Day 9

Take only liquids and pureed foods

Be strict with the Day 9 Cleanse Drinks as described. At this stage of the cleanse, when your body is releasing larger amounts of poisons, viral and bacterial waste, and other pests, it needs smaller amounts of food and larger amounts of liquid-based healing solutions. These specific variants provide critical balance as you flush out toxins.

By sticking to the menu, you are stacking two critical pieces of the healing puzzle: (1) keeping the day fat-free, and (2) removing a large percentage of the digestive burden. Even healthy, whole foods require a certain level of digestion, especially bulkier and cooked foods. Liquids and pureed raw foods for this day are especially light and allow the body to rest from the usually strenuous digestive process. Thus, the organs can be cleansed of harmful toxins and poisons and they can be removed through the kidneys and intestines.

Some special circumstances warrant repeating Day 8 instead of Day 9. An unexpected trip may force you to stop the cleanse before Day 9. If you need to repeat Day 8 to end the cleanse or simply stop before you've completed the 9-day cycle, don't worry about missing the Day 9 protocol. Each completed day of the 3:6:9 Cleanse has helped to greatly cleanse the body and you have only benefited from it.

Give yourself a break

If possible, slow down on this day. Leave commitments for another time. Designate Day 9 as a day of sacred rest, or dedicate at least part of it to rest. Make time even for a nap. At least think about what the body is doing for you during this period. The healing process is successful - with the removal of toxins and poisons and the reduction of pathogens and their waste material, emotional, physical and spiritual renewal occurs. You begin to free yourself from the burden of symptoms and disease in order to live life to the fullest.

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