how to manage your source cleanse


You may want to begin to eliminate certain items from your diet. Removing or even simply minimizing these will provide you with the maximum benefits from your cleanse experience. Say “no thank you” to:

  • Red Meat
  • Refined Starches
  • Dairy Products
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol
  • Nicotine
  • Heavily Caffeinated Drinks
  • Gluten
  • Processed Foods

Maximize your intake of fresh fruit, veggies, and whole grains. If cutting out all meat doesn’t work for you, supplement your diet with lean protein.


Now you’re ready! Follow these best practices each day of your Cleanse.

What to Drink and When to Drink It

Each morning, drink an 8 oz. glass of warm water with lemon.
Begin drinking your juices after your first glass of water. Consume them in 2-3 hour increments. Drink 8 oz. of water before each juice.

  •    Juice 1 – Green
  •    Juice 2 – Color or Nut Milk
  •    Juice 3 – Green
  •    Juice 4 – Color or Nut Milk

Hydration Waters can be sipped anytime throughout the day.
Tea can provide a boost if you are missing caffeine.


It’s okay to snack on raw veggies, nuts, seeds. Remember to enjoy one healthy meal per day!

Take Care of Yourself

  • Enjoy a light walk each day

  • Book a massage or spa treatment

  • Get plenty of rest
  • Dry brush before a hot bath or shower
  • Supplement with a daily probiotic
  • Listen to your body and take it slow


We want to make sure that you are prepared to maintain and maximize the effects of your cleanse. You are still in a detox mode when you exit a cleanse, so try to be mindful of what you put into your system. As you come out of your cleanse, make sure to drink plenty of water and pace yourself as you slowly reintroduce simple whole foods.

Optimal post-cleanse foods

  • Steamed Vegetables

  • Raw Foods

  • Soups
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Light Salads
  • Fresh Fruits
  • Smoothies
  • Fresh Juices
  • Whole Grains