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14 Day Detox
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Feel less bloated and puffy
  • Clearer, healthier looking skin
  • Increased energy and mental clarity
  • Flush internal toxins, reduce inflammation
  • Fewer aches and pains, more restful sleep
  • Dairy free, gluten free, vegetarian
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Be Well 14 Day Detox Cleanse program to feel more energetic and focused

The Basics

Cleanse provides targeted nutrients to energize the detox organs. You’ll feel like you just hit the restart button: lighter, more energetic and more mentally focused.

Here is your plan for the next two weeks

1. Drink 3 Shakes a day • early morning • mid morning • mid afternoon.
2. Have a light lunch and dinner.
3. Take 2 packets of supplements a day • one with each meal.

Mix your shake packet in 8-12 oz water.
Eat fresh wholesome food. The fresher the better.

You will also receive a bottle of Glutamine capsules. Take 2 capsules anytime you have sugar cravings during the day.

Unlike others, this cleanse is not about going hungry or feeling deprived. Three shakes & your supplements, and two meals a day, provide you with nutritional support at all times.

Kits Include

Cleanse Shakes • 42 packets
Cleanse Supplements • 28 packets
L-Glutamine capsules • 90 capsules
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Dietary Guidelines

What To Eat

Unlike a crash diet or fasting cleanse, the Be Well Cleanse is designed to be a long term
solution - an entry point to a healthy lifestyle.

Check out all of the delicious foods allowed on our eating plan and you'll see this way of
eating can fit into your everyday life. Get to know the foods to avoid, plan your alternatives
as needed, and follow these helpful tips.

Download the Eating Plan (PDF)

Eating Out

Choose restaurants that use clean, whole food and grass-fed meat whenever possible.

  • Nourishing salads with protein work well
  • Look for a simple entree with protein and veggies as a side
  • Request a switch from potatoes or rice to something green
  • Make an entree by ordering numerous cleanse friendly sides

Eating at home

Home cooked meals give you the most control over what you eat

  • Cleanse your pantry of unhealthy temptations pre-Cleanse
  • Visit our recipe section for inspiration
  • Make a plan! Knowing what you'll eat a few days at a time makes for a smooth experience
  • Have a few Cleanse friendly snacks on hand

Portion Size

The aim is to eat until you are full, not stuffed. When in doubt, use your hands as a guide.

  • Salads - about the size of two open hands
  • Vegetables - about the size of one open hand
  • High quality carbohydrate such as a sweet potato - about the size of your fist
  • High quality protein - about the size of your palm

Helpful Tips

Dr. Lipman does not prescribe a standard diet since each of us is so different.
Focus on the quality of your food and ingredients, rather than calorie counting.

Start your day with a few drops of lemon juice in filtered water.
Eat lunch regularly and dinner early.
Drink lots of water to flush your system.


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Product Ingredients


Dairy Free • Gluten Free • Vegetarian

Soluble and insoluble fiber from fruits, vegetables, roots, seeds and tree extracts
American grown yellow pea protein (non-GMO)
Variety of herbs to energize your detox organs
Prebiotics and Probiotics to promote good gut bacteria
Herbal anti-microbials to combat bad gut bacteria
Plant-based digestive enzymes to enhance nutrient availability
A blend of vitamins & minerals for nutritional support during your cleanse
Glutamine to manage sugar cravings and for additional gastrointestinal support

We use TRAACS® Chelated Minerals to promote absorption and maximize efficacy.

Manufactured in an NSF audited GMP certified facility. GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice regulations as put forth by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Formulated to exclude wheat, yeast, gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, artificial flavors, colors and preservatives. Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children.
Naturally occurring color, taste and density may vary between lots.

Not for use if pregnant or nursing.
If taking medication consult your healthcare practitioner before use.
Not intended for those who have a history of stomach ulcers or GI bleeding.



TRAACS® is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories.





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For tons more recipes, visit our Pinterest page


Salads and Dressings



Mary’s Gone Crackers Gluten-Free and Wheat-Free Snacks.
1/4 cup mixed raw almonds, walnuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds.
1 apple, sliced, with 1 tablespoon organic raw almond butter.
Piece of fruit – please check the Eating Plan for allowable fruits.
Carrot and cucumber sticks with hummus.
Organic gluten-free and wheat-free rice crackers.


View RecipesDownload Recipes (PDF)


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Just a few minutes a day is all it takes

Visit the Exercise section for photographs and the full set of exercise instructions

Seated Torso Twist

Twisting yoga poses aid detoxification, stimulate digestion, and refresh the spine. This pose relaxes the diaphragm and stimulates liver detoxification.

Wall Stretch

Invigorates the body and creates a stretch in the shoulders, legs and back. Stimulates muscle tissue and blood circulation in normally inactive areas of the body. Lymph fluid then begins its cleansing action, tissues become toned and detoxified and the result is a feeling of wellbeing.

Cats & Dogs

Eases back pain, brings flexibility back to your spine and creates hip mobility. This pose gently opens up the front and the back of the body.

Spinal Reset

Releases and resets tight butt muscles and the muscles on either side of the spine. It relieves lower back pain, opens tight chest and shoulder muscles and engages the core muscles.

Neck and Shoulder Release

Easy tennis ball massage releases tension in the upper back, neck and shoulders.

Mindful Breathing

Calm the body and mind with soft easy breaths: inhaling and exhaling.


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How do I know if I am ready to go on Cleanse?

Cleanse is best to start if you are generally healthy but feel sluggish, have abdominal bloating, gas or constipation, are retaining fluid and feel puffy and have all sorts of aches and pains. Always make sure that you have no serious underlying illness or disease that could be compromising your health.

Any suggestions before I start the program?

To ease into the program slowly, we strongly recommend cutting out certain foods and beverages one week before - including caffeine, sugar, alcohol, dairy, wheat, corn and processed foods – gradually cut down more every day so that by the end of the week you’ve stopped altogether or almost stopped.

Is there anything else I need to have for the program?

A hand/stick blender is useful for pureeing soups directly in the pot.
A couple of tennis balls for self massage.
A couple of blankets for restorative exercise.

Do I have to stay on the program for 2 weeks and if so, why?

Having done this for over 20 years, I have found that to get more significant changes, a minimum of 2 weeks is required to get more long lasting changes and in particular, to reset your appetite.

Can I do 4 weeks of CLEANSE for an even stronger detox?

Yes you can, it’s perfectly safe and many people do so. Especially those who want to lose more weight.

How much water should I be drinking?

Ideally you need to urinate at least every 3-4 hours during the day while on the Cleanse program. So make sure you are drinking enough water to facilitate this frequency. Herbal teas are fine too.

Anything I can do to make the shake taste nicer?

You can add a cup of blueberries or a fresh pear to the shake and mix it in a blender.
You can also mix your shake with dairy-free milks such as almond, rice, hemp, coconut or half water, half dairy-free milk.

My first few days were miserable, how long before I start to feel any better?

Most people start to feel better after about 3- 4 days.

Can I travel?

Absolutely! The packets are made to go with you wherever you go, just remember to take along your blender bottle.

Am I allowed green tea?

Yes, a cup of green tea once or twice a day is fine.

Any suggestions for helping with cravings?

Distract yourself, go for a walk or do some light exercise. Cravings usually last about 10- 20 minutes and then pass. So the more you can distract yourself, the easier it will be to deal with your cravings.

Keep sugary snacks out of your house and office if possible. It is difficult to snack on things that are not there.

Take one or two of the Glutamine capsules every couple of hours if necessary, these will help with sugar cravings.

Drink a lot of water or sparkling water as this can sometimes help with cravings.

If I accidentally eat a food that I was not supposed to, what will happen to me?

Nothing serious. It’s possible that you may experience a bit of a reaction like feeling a bit nauseous, tired and headachy but that will usually pass within 24 hours.

Why do I have to eliminate certain foods while I’m on the Cleanse program?

What is gluten & why can’t I eat gluten grains?

Gluten is a type of grain that has a mixture of gliadin and glutenin proteins that are found in wheat, rye and barley. Gluten grains contain a mixture of proteins that are very difficult for many people to digest. It is believed that some people do not produce the liver enzyme that is necessary to break down this protein and metabolize it. If this happens, the undigested protein can leak through the gut wall and into the bloodstream where the immune system reacts as if it were a foreign substance. Fighting gluten stresses and exhausts the immune system. So we do not allow gluten products in order to give the digestive system a rest and time to restore.

Why can’t I eat oranges, strawberries, grapes, bananas, dried fruit?

Some people have sensitivities to oranges and strawberries, so we have removed them in order to reduce exposure to foods that can cause these issues. Grapes, bananas and dried fruit are very high in sugar.

What is wrong with eating nightshades?

Some people have sensitivities to tomatoes, potatoes and eggplants without realizing it. They can cause joint pain in some people, so we do not allow them in the CLEANSE phase.

Why can’t I eat corn?

Corn is very high in sugar and is usually genetically modified in the USA, which may cause problems.

Why must nuts be unroasted and unsalted?

Store bought roasted and salted nuts are a problem because they are very high in sodium and have been roasted at a very heat which alters the fats in the nuts and destroys their benefits. You can roast nuts yourself at a low temperature – 175 deg for 10 – 15 minutes.

I only eat fish, but the fish on your list are hard to find, what do you suggest?

If you like to eat fish, try to buy wild caught fish and limit your intake to 2-3 times a week. Canned wild salmon is also a great option. Helpful websites for sourcing healthy fish are and

Can I eat brown rice bread?

No, as it is sweetened with fruit juice.

Can I eat edamame?

Yes, as long as they are organic

Why can’t I eat pistachio and macadamia nuts?

The nuts that you are allowed to eat offer the most healthful benefits and since nuts are very high in fat, we try to limit the amount you can eat.

Why can’t I eat peanuts?

Many people have peanut sensitivities or allergies, so we don’t allow them during the program.

Can I eat sushi?

You can have sushi if it's made with brown rice, but no soy sauce unless it's wheat free soy sauce. Sashimi is allowed.

How do I re-introduce foods that I have avoided while on Cleanse?

Re-introduce the foods you’ve been avoiding into your meals one at a time, every two days, to test your reaction to it. When testing a food, have a substantial serving of it for breakfast and lunch, and monitor your reactions. If possible, make detailed notes in a food journal —particularly about what happens to you during the reintroduction phase.

Caution: women should not try food testing right before their periods or during pregnancy because they are likely to be extra sensitive then.

Most food reactions will occur within a few hours of eating what you add back, although it can occasionally take up to two to three days for reactive symptoms to appear. The beauty of this test is that if you are reactive to a specific food, you are usually extra sensitive to it after you have initially cleared it from your system – so it should be easier for you to notice how different foods affect your system.

If you have a food reaction, such as nausea or a stomach ache, when reintroducing previously avoided foods, take two tablets of Alka- Seltzer Gold or a tablespoon of buffered vitamin C powder in water.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

If you do react to any food, rotating your foods may make you less sensitive to them. So only eat the foods to which you are reacting every five days. For example, if you are sensitive to wheat, dairy, and corn, schedule yourself to eat wheat on days one and six, dairy on days two and seven, and corn on days three and eight.

Reactions might mean that you may not have enough digestive juices to properly break down the foods to which you are reacting. Trying some digestive enzymes with your meal may help.

I am starting to lose too much weight and want to curb it?

Losing too much weight is extremely unusual, but if it is happening, increase your intake of good fats like avocados and nuts.

I am not losing any weight and I don’t know why?

This probably means your weight is appropriate or if not there may be some metabolic reason like a hormonal imbalance, often a poor functioning thyroid is the cause. Once you are finished with the Cleanse program, this should be explored further. We suggest a full thyroid work up with your own doctor.

If I have not had a bowel movement for some time, what do I do?

One to two tablespoons of Castor oil with lemon and water often does the trick. Magnesium works very well too ––500-1,000mg of magnesium citrate is helpful. Or you could try a gentle herbal laxative such as Swiss Kriss or the Ayurvedic formula, Triphala (usually available at the health food store or on the Internet.) Make sure you are keeping well hydrated as this will also be helpful.

What is the normal number of bowel movements per day?

For most people, at least one bowel movement a day is normal but anywhere between one and three is normal.

What to do about gas and bloating?

The antimicrobial herbs in the pill packets “kill” the bad bacteria in the gut which can sometimes cause bloating. This discomfort should settle in about 4-5 days. This can also be due to taking in more fiber than you are used to. This too will settle down in a few days.

Regular bowel movements are also important in relieving that gassy bloated feeling.

Any suggestions on how to give up coffee without going cold turkey?

If you have a week to wean yourself off coffee, follow this plan:
Day One: Have a regular cup of coffee. If you have another cup, blend it 50-50 with decaf.
Day Two-Four: Continue blending your coffee 50-50 with decaf.
Day Five-Six: Have 25% regular coffee, 75% decaf.
Day Seven: Eliminate completely, or if necessary, substitute with green tea, weak black tea or Yerba mate. You can continue drinking green tea, weak black tea or Yerba mate throughout the program.

If however, you are starting the program immediately and do not have a full week to taper off coffee, we suggest the following:
Day one: Blend your coffee 50-50 with decaf
Day two: Blend your coffee 25 – 75 with decaf
Day three: Eliminate completely.
You may drink green tea, weak black tea or Yerba mate throughout the program.

What should I do if I get a headache?

Headaches can occur in the first few days as you are withdrawing from caffeine especially and sometimes sugar. Try the Restorative yoga poses and the tennis ball massages, take a hot bath, go for a walk and if needed, try drinking green tea which has a little caffeine but is a healthier option than coffee. It is best to avoid medication unless it is really severe and you feel you cannot function without treating it.

Is it ok to exercise and do physical activities?

Yes, provided you do not over exert yourself. Keep your workouts a little lighter and incorporate some restorative yoga and relaxation techniques as well.

If I am feeling a little weak, what should I do?

Have a cup of soup or eat another small meal like nuts and fruit. Relax in a Restorative yoga pose for 10-15 minutes.

Will my sleep be affected while I am on the program?

It’s possible. Whenever you make major changes in how you eat, it can affect your sleep. This usually settles down after a few days and most people wake up in the morning with a clear head and full of energy.

What is the next step once I have completed the Cleanse program?

Once you have completed the 2 week Cleanse program, the perfect way to continue is with the Sustain or Recharge shakes, especially if you like the convenience of a shake. You can also start the Daily Dose supplements to support your health and vitality. Either of the shakes plus Daily Dose, provides a solid, daily, nutritional foundation for overall health and vitality.

Is this program appropriate for children?

No. Although it’s a safe and gentle program, it is not made for use by children.

What should I do if I am on Prescription Medications?

You should not stop any prescription medication while on the program.

Can I continue with supplements that I was taking prior to being on the program?

For the 2 weeks you are on the Cleanse program, it is not necessary. The shakes have the nutrients you need for the 2 weeks.

What are other names for sugars so that I know what to look for when reading labels?

It is important to look for refined sugars in all forms on the ingredients label. The following are various versions of refined sugar:

Cane sugar, dried cane syrup, brown sugar, beet sugar, date sugar, grape sugar, glucose, maltose, maltodextrin, dextran, dextrose, sorbitol, corn syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, fructose, corn sugar, fruit juice, fruit juice concentrate, barley malt, caramel, carob syrup and sorghum syrup.

What other ingredients should I be avoiding?

As much as possible, avoid the following ingredients:

Partially hydrogenated or hydrogenated fats and oils

Found in margarine, shortening and virtually all baked goods. These oils contain trans-fatty acids and are well known to contribute to poor cardiovascular health and heart disease.

Artificial sweeteners

Such as aspartame (Nutrasweet and Equal), sucralose (Splenda), saccharin (Sweet’N Low) and acesulfame K.

Sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate

These are found in most packaged meat products and deli meats.

Monosodium glutmate (MSG)

Found in many “instant meals”, frozen dinners, packaged meats, canned soups, soup stocks, salad dressings, soy sauce, Spice mixes, flavorings and seasonings. If you see the words “sodium caseinate,” “hydrolyzed protein,” “autolyzed yeast” or “yeast extract” on a product label, you can assume it contains some amount of MSG. MSG is an excitotoxin which means it damages nerve cells.


Found in dried fruits. They commonly cause allergies.

Potassium bromate

Found in factory-made breads. It is banned from use in food products in Europe, Canada and most other countries, including China.
Preservatives (such as BHA, BHT, TBHQ)

Found in butter, meats, cereals, chewing gum, baked goods, snack foods, dehydrated potatoes and beer. Some studies show they cause cancer in animals.

Artificial colors (such as FD&C Red No.3, Yellow Nos. 5 and 6, Blue Nos. 1 and 2)

Found in soda, sports drinks and gelatin desserts. Most artificial colorings are synthetic chemicals and have low nutritional value.

Artificial fats (such as Olestra)

Found in snack foods. Olestra reduces the body’s ability to absorb fat-soluble carotenoids (such as alpha-and beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein and canthaxanthin) from fruits and vegetables which reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease.

And any other processed food.

Processed foods are anything not produced in nature: quick or instant grains, meals in a package, box or can, factory-produced breads, dinner mixes, frozen meals. And look out for snack foods, even ones that claim they are healthy and sugar-free.

Remember, the longer the ingredients label, the further away the food is from nature and the less healthy it is.

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