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Lymphatic Cleanse


Your immune system, bodily cleansing & detoxifying processes, and even your weight is correlated to the health of your lymphatic system. You can get this system in line with a lymphatic cleanse. Don’t wait until diagnosis like I did, it’s time to start taking care of it now as a strong preventative plan against disease and weight gain!

Getting your lymphatic system healthy and functional again can be accomplished largely in making smarter nutritional choices.  Start by avoiding chemicals and toxin laden foods.  Processed foods filled with artificial ingredients and preservatives, or even produce steeped in pesticides should be the first to go.  Next, treat your body to a “Lymphatic Cleanse”. My one day plan, with recipes included, is an easy way to give your body a little extra circulatory support!

Be sure to drink a minimum of half your body weight in ozs. of lemon water throughout the day in addition to following my easy regimen below!

#1 Start the Day  Elissa’s Detox Tonic
#2 Anytime  Vegan Mineral Broth
#3 Lunch  Creamy Carrot and Coriander Soup
#4 Dinner  Kale and White Bean Soup
#5 Evening  Warm Turmeric Latte


Elissa Goodman Lymphatic Cleanse - DetoxTonic

#1 – Start the day

Elissa’s Detox Tonic 

Serves 1


4 ounces Healing Movement Coconut Kefir

4 ounces George’s Always Active Aloe Vera

2 T. Braggs’s Apple Cider Vinegar

1 fresh, juiced lemon

2 inches, fresh juiced ginger root

pinch cayenne

filtered water


Add all ingredients into jar, finish with filtered water, and shake well. Best serve chilled.

Elissa Goodman Lymphatic Cleanse - Vegetable Stock

#2 – Anytime

Vegan Super Mineral Broth

Makes approximately 1 week of broth for 1 person


4 quarts filtered water

1 large onion, chopped

2 large carrots, sliced

3 stalks celery

1 bunch fresh maitake or shiitake mushroom

1 cup of butternut squash, diced

1 cup parsnip diced

1 medium red beet, diced

1 cup dinosaur kale, sliced

1 cup dandelion greens

½ fennel bulb, diced

½ cup of daikon radish, sliced

½ cup cabbage (varietal of your choice)

½ bunch cilantro

½ bunch parsley

1 sheet kombu

5 ½ inch slices fresh ginger

5 ½ inch slices fresh organic turmeric

3 whole cloves garlic

2 T apple cider vinegar (I use Bragg’s)

Nettles (optional)

Sea salt, to taste


Rinse vegetables well.  Fill a large stock or soup pot with rinsed vegetables and all ingredients.  Add water.  Set to low temperature and bring to a simmer for minimum of 2 hours (and up to 4 hours), until the broth tastes of the fullness of the vegetables.  Add sea salt to taste as needed.

Strain the broth through a large sieve into a heat resistant glass container. Cool in refrigerator until ready to serve.

Store in fridge for 5-7 days or freeze in airtight container for 3 months.

Serving Suggestion:

Add 10 ounces broth to blender, add 1 T coconut oil, ghee or grassfed butter (non-vegan options).  Add additional turmeric and small pinch of cayenne powder.  Blend until creamy and enjoy warm.

Elissa Goodman Lymphatic Cleanse - Carrot and Coriander Soup

#3 – Lunch Soup

Carrot and Coriander Soup 

This soup is one of my classic recipes, click on the linked name above for the full recipe!

Elissa Goodman Lymphatic Cleanse - Kale and White Bean Soup

#4 Dinner Soup

Kale and White Bean Soup

This soup is one of my classic recipes, click on the linked name above for the full recipe!

Elissa Goodman Lymphatic Cleanse - Healing Turmeric Latte

#5 Evening Drink

Healing Turmeric Latte

Serves 1


8 ounces organic almond milk

2 ounces organic coconut milk

2-3″ fresh turmeric, juiced or 1/2 T turmeric paste (recipe below)

1″ fresh ginger, juiced or 1 tsp ground ginger

1 tsp. ground cinnamon

4-5 drops 100% pure vanilla stevia

20 drops astragalus root extract 


In a small saucepan, combine milk, fresh juiced turmeric (or substitute turmeric paste), fresh juiced ginger (or substitute ginger powder), and cinnamon over medium heat until heated through. Do not boil. Add astragalus root extract and vanilla stevia and blend with immersion blender to make frothy. Alternatively, carefully add warmed mixture to a blender and blend on medium speed for 30-45 seconds.

*To make the turmeric paste, mix 2 parts turmeric powder with 1 part boiling water. Combine and store in the fridge up to one week.




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