21 Day Guided Cleanse with Live Coaching and Support
  • Boost Energy
  • Lose weight
  • Flush toxins
  • Break down self-limiting beliefs around your health
  • Learn how to make sustainable changes and thrive
  • Get live coaching, group call-ins and webinars
  • Turn your fears into freedom
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Order your kit now. The guided Cleanse with Terri Cole starts on January 14th.

I am the founder and director of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, a board certified Internist with 30 years of experience as a Physician, and the author of 2 books - Revive and Total Renewal.

My Cleanse formula is based on what I found works in my practice. Over the years it has helped thousands of people reclaim their vitality and recover their zest of life.

Please don't be shy about reaching out to us. We are here to help you feel better than ever.

Dr. Frank Lipman
Practicing Physician, Author and Educator

I’ve never felt better since doing Dr. Lipman’s Cleanse. I’m sleeping better and my skin really glows.

Kyra Sedgwick

Frank Lipman’s programs changed my life. I eat what he tells me to eat and drink what he tells me to drink.

Maggie Gyllenhaal

The Basics

The Be Well Cleanse provides targeted nutrients to energize the detox organs, boosting your body's ability to heal, and creating a heightened sense of wellbeing.

Coaching with Terri Cole combines practical psychology, thought innovation, and harnessing the power of intention to create sustainable change.

With this special mind/body cleanse you'll feel like you hit the restart button: lighter, more energetic, and more mentally focused. Most importantly, you'll be ready to carry these changes forward into your life.

Your Tools

A 7-Day Step-Down Program to ease your body and mind into the 14-Day Cleanse. Guided by Terri, during the first week, we will gradually cut down on sugar, dairy, gluten, caffeine, and alcohol to prepare you for a successful cleanse.

The 14-Day Be Well Cleanse includes individual packets of shake powder and supplements, along with an eco-friendly, portable BlenderBottle. All delivered straight to your door.

What You’ll Do

Drink 3 Shakes a day. Blend one packet in 8–12 oz. water at the following times
early morning • mid morning • mid afternoon
Have a light lunch and dinner.
Take 2 packets of supplements a day • one with each meal

The single-use packets and on-the-go BlenderBottle are perfect for those with a busy schedule. Safe, gentle and effective, it’s quality and convenience all in one.

Enhanced Support

• Recipes, Shopping Lists, Tips, Tricks and Inspiration.
• Weekly Journaling Assignments to examine your beliefs around health, wellness, love, self-care, and success
• Weekly LIVE Group Coaching Call (calls will also be recorded)
• Private Facebook group for community connection and support
• Weekly Twitter chats
The social log-ins will be sent to you by email from terricole.com before the start of the Cleanse.

What Else Do I Need To Know

Cleanse is not about starving yourself or skipping meals with family and friends. It’s about replenishing your system with vital nutrients from fresh, wholesome food. Follow the simple eating plan and shopping list and try our delicious recipes.

Since sugar is a major no no, use the bottle of Glutamine capsules to help you stave off sugar cravings. Take them between meals for the best effect. 2-4 caps every four hours as needed.

Try to incorporate some form of physical movement into your Cleanse. Find time to do some restorative exercise to release tension and invigorate your body. Remember to always get a good night's sleep. Establish healthy sleeping habits by waking up and going to bed at about the same time every day.

Expect to look and feel better than ever.

How To Take It

Blend one packet in 8–12 oz. water, 3 times a day.
Adjust the amount of water according to how thick you like your shake.

Ingredients • 100% Vegetarian

Includes natural fiber, non-GMO yellow pea protein, herbs and probiotics for gastrointestinal health, plant-based digestive enzymes to enhance nutrient availability and a comprehensive, balanced blend of vitamins and minerals for guaranteed nutritional support. Click Product Ingredients for the full list.

Kit Contents

14 Day Detox: Individual sachets of powder and pill supplements
L-Glutamine - bottle of 120 capsules
BPA free BlenderBottle
Printed copy of the Cleanse Product Manual

After Cleanse

Loved having your daily shakes? Continue either with Sustain for a dairy-free and gluten-free protein shake, or with Recharge, a proprietary blend of premium quality whey protein and phytonutrient rich Greens. Want to do 2 more weeks of Cleanse? That’s fine too.

Eating Plan

The eating plan is simple. Nourish yourself with fresh, wholesome foods and avoid harmful foods and drinks. You’ll be cutting out the common irritants including sugar, gluten, dairy, caffeine and alcohol.

Three shakes and two light meals a day means you’re being nutritionally supported at all times. Unlike others, this cleanse is not about feeling hungry or deprived.

First thing in the morning drink a glass of filtered, warm water with a few drops of lemon juice to prime your system. Remember you're cleansing, so drink lots of water throughout the day to flush your system.

We do not prescribe a standard diet since each of us is so different, simply pick and choose from the foods below:

Shopping List

One of the keys to your success is to always have something around that you can eat and enjoy. Stock up on your favorite foods in advance so you always have something delicious and healthy to eat.

Turn your fridge into your personal salad bar. Once a week, chop, dice and slice a variety of vegetables and salad greens storing them in glass containers in the fridge. Creating a varied assortment allows you to not only make salads, but also soups, stir fries and even roasted vegetables.

Make a shopping list for the recipes you plan to make and stock your fridge and pantry, – doubling up occasionally so that you can “cook once and use twice”.

Follow these tips – its time well spent and means a healthy and delicious meal can go from kitchen to table in no time at all.

Keep harmful foods out of your hands and your house and out of arms reach in your office. Read ingredient labels before buying foods and if you discover names you cannot pronounce, avoid them.

Check out EWG’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides and Fish for help in selecting healthy options, and whenever possible, shop fresh and organic and support your local farmer.

For more healthy eating and healthy shopping tips see the Daily Living section.

For what to buy, simply choose from the following selection.



Just a few minutes a day is all it takes

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.


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



Do 4 weeks of Cleanse

It’s perfectly safe and many people do so. Especially those who want to lose more weight.


Sweat Out The Poisons

Your skin, sweat glands, and sebaceous (oil producing) glands are an important part of your elimination and detoxification systems. Therefore it is important to find a way to give them a workout on a weekly basis. Make a point of spending approximately twenty minutes in a dry sauna, whenever you get a chance. You will sweat far more in a dry sauna than in a steam sauna, so look for a dry sauna at your local gym or Y.


Dry Brush Your Skin

A few days each week, before taking a shower or bath, dry brush your skin with a soft- bristled brush. Dry brushing has two main benefits. First, it aids your skin in sloughing off old cells and debris from its surface, thus unclogging your pores and enabling your skin to breathe and perspire freely. It also stimulates the circulation beneath your skin, which helps promotes cellular renewal and vitality.

Spend approximately five minutes gently brushing your skin, starting at the top of your head and moving downwards to your feet. Use short, rapid strokes. Please remember that this should be a soft, self-nurturing procedure, rather than an irritant. Afterwards bathe in warm water and smooth on a thin layer of body lotion or oil.


Get A Massage

It is always a good idea to get a massage to promote the circulation of your blood and lymphatic fluids. Massage speeds the removal of your metabolic waste products and can help alleviate muscular tension. It also stimulates the brain to release endorphins, or natural painkillers, thus boosting your overall sense of well-being. Drink plenty of water afterwards, this will help flush the toxins from your system.


Breathe Deeply

Breathing is your primary source of life-sustaining oxygen, but most of us are shallow, chest breathers. Doing some deep breathing keeps your lungs flexible and enables them to expel any trapped particles or pollutants that you have inhaled. The ideal breath engages not just the chest but the abdominal muscles as well.


Exercise Gently

It’s highly beneficial to get about an hour of non-strenuous exercise every day during your detox, for example by walking, biking, or swimming. Exercise increases the circulation of your blood and induces perspiration, which both help you to eliminate toxins.


Rest And Relax

It’s important to get sufficient rest and relaxation during your detox, As more toxins than usual are being processed and eliminated, you could feel somewhat crabby and fatigued especially in the beginning. You may find that you need more rest than you normally do. Listen to your body — resting and sleep make fewer demands on your body’s resources while your various systems are being tasked. Thus more of your energy can be applied to physical renewal.

Get at least eight hours of sleep every night during your detox. A good night’s sleep is fundamental to good health because your cells repair themselves more rapidly at night- time. During your hours of deep sleep, the body produces higher levels of human growth hormone (HGH), which promotes cellular renewal. Furthermore, since you are not eating during the six to eight hours that you sleep, your digestive system has a break and your elimination processes can catch up.

In addition to resting your body, it is important to rest your mind. In other words, take a break from TV, newspapers, movies, internet, too many parties etc. Make some quiet time for yourself. Use this deep revitalization period as an opportunity to consciously choose to relax or meditate for at least twenty minutes every day. Even five minutes is better than nothing.

I also highly recommend doing some restorative yoga, I have found it to be one of the best forms of rest and relaxation for my patients during detoxification. This form of yoga is actually more mentally restful than physically active — it will leave you feeling restored and revived.

Product Ingredients



Directions: Mix one packet in 8–12 oz of water 3 times a day.
Remember to drink lots of water during your cleanse.

Formulated to exclude wheat, yeast,gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, preservatives or ingredients of animal origin. 100% Vegetarian.

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

Manufactured in an NSF GMP Registered facility.

Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children.
Naturally ocurring color, taste and density may vary between lots.

We use TRAACS® Chelated Minerals to promote absorbability.
TRAACS® is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories.







Directions: Take one pack with meals twice a day.
Remember to drink lots of water during your cleanse.

Does not contain wheat, yeast, gluten, eggs, dairy, corn, soy, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, preservatives or ingredients of animal origin. 100% Vegetarian.

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

Manufactured in an NSF GMP Registered facility.

Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children.
Naturally ocurring color, taste and density may vary between lots.



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.

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 www.vitalchoice.com and www.seafoodwatch.org

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. 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, they contain the essential nutrients that are often lacking in people’s diets, even relatively healthy ones. Either of the shakes plus Daily Dose, provides a solid 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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