Four herbal formulas found in the Herbal D-Tox Kit are associated with the 12 Day D-Tox Diet:

     

1. LBT-3
     
2. CleansaHerb
     
3. Bili-Herb
     
4. CL Herbal Extract

Suggested Dosage: Two tablets (or 2 Squirts) of each product with both breakfast and supper.

The diet associated with the program is of great importance. During this period, you can eat all you want but the selection of food is quite important. The diet should consist of at least 80% alkaline and neutral ash foods with less than 20% acid ash foods. Referring to the Herbal D-Tox Chart, one should eat less than 20% of the diet from foods in Column 1, with 80% or more of your foods from Columns 2 and 3 combined.

If the food is not listed on this chart, you cannot eat it!

It is strongly recommended that no alcohol be consumed during this program. Although it is best not to drink coffee during this period of time, if it is part of your normal diet, you can drink a maximum of two cups of black coffee per day. Herbals teas are quite acceptable. The addition of spice to the diet is quite alright, but the use of store-bought condiments such as ketchup should be avoided.

Note: There are no breads or other flour products (e.g. breads, cakes, cookies, pastas or the like), dairy products (except butter), or tropical fruit during this program.

One should try to eliminate all foods that might congest your system during a detox. Your diet does not have to be mundane. Remember that over 95% of the world’s population eats foods such as these on a daily basis. As a species humans have had these types of foods for over 99% of our history, and even today, most people in the world would consider this diet feasting. Experimenting with foods from other cultures can make the diet delicious and even gourmet.

7 responses to “D-Tox Diet (12 Day)

  1. can you tell me where I can find the Herbal D Tox chart, when I hit the item it says that it cannot find the chart. I an going to start the 12 day Herbal detox in two days.

    Thanks

    Lorraine

  2. I’m starting the cleanse tomorrow and wondering about a couple of things. Is the use of butter in cooking ok? I understand in small quantities, but couldn’t find anything that declared it off limits. I assume three meals with snacks if the general formula for a meal plan?

    Thank you! Looking forward to trying this!

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