Clean Program Review
What You Should Know
The Clean Program was developed by Dr. Alejandro Junger, the Director of Integrative Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital and currently also serves at the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City. Junger was born in Uruguay, where here graduated medical college before coming to New York City to complete his professional training. Whilst living there, he noticed that he felt rather depressed and began exhibiting symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. He concluded that it was the drastic change in his lifestyle that led to his feeling unwell. He began searching for an alternative solution to his health problem. As a result of his search, he wrote and published his first book, Clean. He describes how he was convinced that our planet is essentially toxic in nature and that man has been using cleansing as a detox for this system for years. The Clean program consists of a basic 21-day detox kit that contains everything required to successfully complete a three-week cleansing program. The kit itself contains nutritional supplements and all natural shake mixes. The user is instructed to have one shake in the morning, along with nutritional supplements, a meal at lunchtime from the Elimination Diet and another shake for dinner. The user is instructed to take nutritional supplements at lunch and dinnertime. After successfully completing the fast, one is encouraged to follow up with the Clean Maintenance program, which consists of a multivitamin, a daily detoxifier, and two bottles of Nourish Daily, a morning meal replacement.
List of Ingredients
The ingredients of the products vary from item to item. Generally, they are vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free. The Clean Kit and the Clean Maintenance Kit contain shake powders that are made from brown rice proteins, fiber, probiotics, and a herbal supplements.
The Clean program consists of multivitamins and shakes to help cleanse the digestive tract and to assist with detoxifying the impurities from the body. It incorporates one full meal a day with nutritional shakes and multivitamin supplements. It offers an easy-to-follow program that is easy to complete. Subscribers can also access an online community via the manufacturer’s website.
The Clean Program appears to balance nutrition with the cleansing principle. It was designed in such a way as to not be harsh on the digestive tract. However, as with any commercial diet product that has not been evaluated with the FDA, one should consult one’s doctor before beginning the program.