Clean Program Shopping List

Clean Program Diet Shopping List

Fruits

 

Apples

Apricots 

Blackberries

Blueberries

Cantaloupe

Cherries

Coconut

Figs 

Huckleberries

Kiwi

Kumquat 

Loganberries

Mangoes

Melons

Mulberries

Nectarines

Papayas

Peaches

Pears

Plums

Raspberries

 

Note: All fruits are preferred to be fresh, organic, and local/seasonal whenever possible.  Dried fruits are okay in moderation, but be aware of high sugar content (albeit natural sugars).  You can reconstitute dried fruits by soaking in water to add moisture content back in, which will cut down on their potential constipating effects.  

Vegetables

 

Artichoke

Arugula

Asparagus

Avocado

Bamboo shoots

Beet & beet greens

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Brussel sprouts

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Celery root (celeriac)

Chives

Cucumber

Dandelion greens

Endive

Jicama

Kale

Kohlrabi

Leeks

Mushrooms: all

Onions

Pak choi

Okra

Red leaf chicory

Sea vegetables/seaweed:

kelp, dulse, hijiki, arame, wakame

Radishes

Rutabaga

Snow peas

Spinach

Sprouts: all

Squash: winter & summer

Sweet Potatoes

Swiss chard

Turnip

Watercress

Yams

Zucchini

 

Beans

 

Lentils: brown, red, green, yellow, French

Split peas

Chickpeas

All beans, except soy (edamame)

 

Non-Gluten Grains

 

Amaranth

Millet

Quinoa: red & white

Teff

Buckwheat

Rice: brown, red, black (forbidden rice), wild

 

Cereals & Pasta

 

Puffed brown rice

Puffed millet

Brown rice pasta

100% Buckwheat noodles

Kelp noodles

Rice cakes with only brown rice

 

Bread & Baking

 

Arrowroot powder

Baking soda

Baking powder (non-aluminum)

Rice bran

Gluten & yeast-free breads

Quinoa flakes

Flours: brown rice, teff, millet, tapioca, amaranth, garbanzo bean, coconut, chestnut, sorghum

 

Flesh Foods

 

Free-range chicken, turkey, duck

Lamb

Buffalo

Wild game: venison, quail, pheasant, rabbit

Cold water ocean fish: wild pacific salmon, ocean char, cod, halibut, haddock, sole, pollack, tuna, stripped bass

Water-packed canned tuna (without added soy protein)

Sardines

Anchovies

 

Oils

 

Almond

Flax seed

Coconut (best for cooking at high temperatures)

Olive

Pumpkin

Safflower

Sesame

Sunflower

Walnut

Hazelnut

Truffle 

 

Note: Please make sure oils are unrefined, extra virgin, non-gmo, organic, cold-pressed, etc.

 

Vinegars

 

Apple cider

Balsamic

Red wine

Rice

Tarragon

Ume plum

 

Nuts & Seeds

 

Almonds

Cashews

Flax seeds

Hazelnuts (filberts)

Pecans

Poppy seeds

Pumpkin seeds

Sesame seeds

Sunflower seeds

Walnuts

Hemp seeds

 

Note: All of the above can be consumed as butters and spreads (tahini, almond butter, etc). Nuts and seeds are best consumed raw (not roasted) and unsalted.

 

Dairy substitutes

 

Almond milk (unsweetened)

Hemp milk (unsweetened)

Hazelnut milk (unsweetened)

Quinoa milk (unsweetened)

Coconut milk or water

Rice (whole grain, brown rice)

*rice milk is the most processed of the dairy substitutes and often sweetened. Other dairy substitutes preferred.

 

Beverages

 

Teas: herbal, white, rooibos, green, yerba mate 

Kombucha

Mineral water

Spring water

Fresh squeezed fruit and vegetable juice* made with only Clean-approved fruits and vegetables

 

Herbs, Spices & Extracts

 

Allspice

Anise

Basil

Bay leaf

Caraway seeds

Cardamom

Celery seeds

Cinnamon

Clove

Coriander

Cumin

Dandelion

Dill

Dry mustard

Fennel

Garlic

Ginger

Mint

Nutmeg

Oregano

Parsley

Saffron

Sage

Salt-free herbal blends

Savory

Sea salt

Tarragon

Thyme

Turmeric

Vanilla extract (pure)

Raw cacao

Carob (unsweetened)

 

Note: Small amounts of chili and cayenne powders are acceptable if you know you aren’t allergic to 

nightshades

 

Condiments

 

Mustard (made with apple cider vinegar)

Nutritional yeast

Wheat free tamari*

Nama shoyu*

Miso*

 

*These have small amounts on fermented soy - avoid if you know you are sensitive to soy

 

Sweeteners

 

Whole fruit sweeteners (dates)
Stevia
Xylitol
Coconut nectar or sugar
Yacon syrup
Lucuma powder

Note about Sweeteners: The sweet taste in general is meant for us to consume in small amounts. 

Natural fructose in whole fruits are available seasonally and come “packaged” with beneficial fiber, vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to having them readily available whenever we want.

We consume too many empty calories and this has detrimental effects on our bodies and emotions.
We highly recommend that any processed sweetener always be used in moderation, especially during the Clean Program where the detoxification organs are working extra hard.

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