I am SO excited to announce that I am offering an exclusive new Gut Cleanse edition of the EG Kitchen Cleanse for just 10 cleansers for each cleanse week! Sign up now to reserve your spot because they are very limited.
This powerful whole-food cleanse temporarily eliminates common inflammation triggers and floods your body with potent plant nutrition. The new Gut Cleanse will help heal your gut, restore your metabolism, release years of toxic build-up, and hit reset on your body’s systems—revealing a healthier, more vibrant you.
The Detox Tonic will help you feel like a new, rejuvenated version of yourself. It includes:
-The Inner Eco probiotic liquid – 100 billion live probiotics in just 1 tablespoon.
-Tonix Coconut Water Kefir
-George’s Aloe Vera
-Mary Ruth’s Probiotic
-Apple cider vinegar
… all of which are incredibly supportive for the gut!
Gut Cleansers will still receive the Super Seed Bars, but instead of pickled veggies, we will be providing our Gut Cleansers with sauerkraut because of its immense probiotic benefit.
Sauerkraut also contains enzymes that help your body absorb nutrients more easily. The vitamin K2 contents of sauerkraut may contribute to lower cholesterol levels, improvements in blood pressure, lower risk of heart disease and stronger bones.
Along with sauerkraut, the Gut Cleanse contains several of the other top foods for improving gut health. Examples include:
Evidence indicates that ginger has the ability to help lower inflammation in the body after just one month of consistent use. (This is why I encourage people to do the cleanse regularly, wink wink).
Garlic has both anti-fungal and antibacterial properties that can help to reset the gut. Garlic also contains inulin – a type of prebiotic fiber that fuels the growth of beneficial gut microbiota.
3. Olive oil
Olive oil is a wonderful source of polyphenols and fatty acids, both of which help facilitate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut.
4. Resistant Starch
The EG Kitchen Cleanse (especially the Gut Cleanse edition) is loaded with foods rich in resistant starch. Resistant starch is named after its ability to resist the digestion process in the stomach. Instead of being digested and absorbed, it becomes food for beneficial gut microbiota, further enhancing the health of the gut microbiome.
5. Sulfur-Rich Vegetables
Everyone knows the Gut Cleanse contains numerous vegetables. But did you know it also incorporates many sulfur-rich veggies? Vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage, and asparagus are abundant in sulfur. Sulfur is responsible for recycling your body’s main antioxidant, glutathione. Glutathione supports oxidative balance throughout the body and especially in the gut.
In addition to everything already mentioned, the 10 weekly Gut Cleansers will also receive:
Taking activated charcoal in the morning can help balance gut bacteria. Research indicates that in some blood tests, blood sugar may appear normal, but insulin levels may be spiking due to consuming certain foods. This may indicate a disruption of bacteria in the gut. Including charcoal for a short period (~5 days) can help re-balance the gut bacteria.
For the Gut Cleanses, we will be including Chia Pudding because it is LOADED with fiber, which is super beneficial for the beneficial bacteria within the gut.
Tulsi Tea with Lemon and Ginger
Tulsi Tea is super beneficial for digestive health. The lemon and ginger work in tandem with the Tulsi Tea to provide detox and further gastrointestinal support.