Short Home Cleanse Complete Kit
What is the Short Home Cleanse?
The Short Home Cleanse (SHC) is designed for those who would like a little taste of what our 14-day Colorado Cleanse is like, and busy folks who don’t have the time for a longer cleanse. Detoxification is a natural and essential process that we go through every day, every month, and every year. In nature, there is an opportunity for detox with every season and even during each day, so don’t miss an opportunity to detox!
Our free Short Home Cleanse eBook will easily guide you through everything you need to know to successfully complete the 4-day cleanse.
Each morning, you will drink increasing amounts of melted ghee and eat a simple non-fat diet to force fat metabolism. This allows the body to start burning off fat cells. Because fat is a stable, non-emergency fuel, you feel calm when you enter fat metabolism mode.
Molecules of emotion, fat-soluble toxins, and chemicals are stored in our fat cells. Some of the toxins stored in our fat cells are preservatives, dioxins, pollutants, pesticides, and other cancer-causing chemicals.
This cleanse will help you remove these toxins, reset your digestion, and get you back on track to vibrant health.
The ghee is the most important part of this cleanse, but you will also:
- Take 3 Ayurvedic herbal formulas to open your detox pathways, facilitate a deeper detox, and improve digestion.
- Eat a non-fat diet of kitchari, a special blend of split yellow mung dahl, white basmati rice, and spices. Your goal is to eat three meals per day without snacking.
- Engage in specific hydration protocols and stress-relieving practices.
- Have a gentle laxative therapy to help remove the toxins that the ghee and non-fat diet have loosened from your cells.
Your short liver cleanse is just a real gem.
Upon seeing some of Dr. Valter Longo’s research on the fasting-mimicking diet, this idea of having a five-day stint in which you’re eating about 40-50% of your normal daily calorie intake on a quarterly basis—very similar to your idea of doing a seasonal cleanse: the improvements in cellular autophagy and the increase in longevity that he’s noted in his research sparked my motivation to do a kind of a quarterly cleanse—a quarterly caloric restriction habit—versus a strict five-day water fast and the way I’ve been achieving that is via your [Short Home Cleanse].
I make myself up a nice big batch of kitchari stew and I have my ghee every morning, I drink a big glass of celery juice with my stew. (I’m friends with Dr. William Davis who has a recipe for a fantastic el routerie probiotic yogurt and I put a dollop of that on the stew.) I’m happy as a clam having that for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for five days at the beginning of each season and, man, it just works like a charm.
I do a lot of self-quantification; I do a lot of blood, urine, stool, and saliva testing and every time I do that [Short Home Cleanse], my liver enzymes just magically respond: they plummet. I digest food better and I feel as though my bile flow just becomes significantly increased. Thank you for producing that helpful little PDF—it’s quite nice to be able to work that in every quarter!
I’ve been doing the Short Home Cleanse for five years now, almost at the change of every season. The cleanse is so easy and short that I can never come up with a good enough excuse NOT to do it.
My cravings are gone and I can usually coast a few more months without having to use any discipline—I just naturally want to eat clean. It also seems to get my digestion back on track again. I love how my skin glows and how flat my belly is.
Whenever I feel a cold or flu coming on, I immediately start the Short Home Cleanse and usually by day two or three, all my symptoms are gone and I avoided having a cold! Once it stopped a two-week long allergy attack on the first day.
So, I always make sure I have the herbs, ghee, and kitchari ingredients on hand in case I need to start it. (Oh and sometimes I do it just to save money because eating only kitchari is way cheaper than regular food!)
I recommend it to people all the time. Thanks for introducing me to it. I have a feeling it will just be one of those things I do to stay healthy for many more years. Maybe forever.