The Days Leading Up To & The Day of Your Colonic Appointment:
Consuming water containing and alkalising drinks and food is the best ways to assist in breaking up toxic matter in your system.
Drink fresh pressed vegetable juices on an empty stomach, not with your meals or immediately after.
Improve your detoxification process by simply incorporating a leafy green salad BEFORE all your cooked meals. Avoid oil heavy dressings. Instead use lemon/lime juice, fire tonic, small amount of macadamia nut oil, pine nuts or sunflower seeds, or avocado.
Eat as many water containing vegetables as possible. Choose cucumber, celery, lettuce, spinach, avocado, tomato, carrots, sprouts, and radish. Refrain from raw broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage as they can be gas forming, you can have these lightly steamed. Roasted vegetables including pumpkin and sweet potato can be added to salads.
Avoid processed/packaged foods, eggs, gluten, animal protein, dairy, alcohol and anything carbonated (i.e. soda, seltzer, sparkling water)
Food Suggestions for the Day of Your Colonic Appointment:
Start your day with a fresh pressed vegetable juice for optimum results in your colonic session
Avoid too much solid, dense food. Fresh fruit, blended smoothies or soups, toasted gluten free bread with mashed avocado + sea salt and all of the vegetables mentioned above are great choices.
Stay hydrated the day of your appointment but avoid drinking the hour before
Avoid solid food for three hours before your appointment
Move your body and sweat daily to help flush your lymphatic system: walking, jogging, yoga, rebounding, sauna, detox baths are all good choices. Dry skin brushing can also stimulate your lymphatic system.
Supplement with magnesium chloride in the evenings leading up to your colonic to help loosen toxic matter.