AdvoCare Finally put out a Herbal Cleanse System that is much easier to follow and has a new unflavored Fiber Drink!! WhoooHooo!!
What’s great about this new Fiber Drink is that you can put it in Spark for a tastier flavor and you don’t have the thickness component that you do with the Citrus in particular.
So you may be asking what has changed?? Well aside from the recommended NEW Herbal unflavored fiber drink, the schedule has changed. See below….
Here are the day by day instructions for the 10 Day Herbal Cleanse:
That’s it 3 steps!! Purchase cleanse below and see my video recommendations:
I recommend adding at least the Spark and OmegaPlex when doing the 10 Day Cleanse regardless whether or not your doing the 24 Day Challenge but it’s up to you.
Same 3 steps as shown above BUT:
Purchase the 10 Day Cleanse Phase Bundle below
(once you add to cart you can edit flavors, add or remove items)
Here is the updated 24 Day Challenge Daily Guide to be used with the AdvoCare Herbal Cleanse System
All prices shown are for Retail cost. For a discount of 20%-40% you can join AdvoCare for a $59 fee plus tax and Shipping and you will receive a distributor kit with Spark, Meal Replacement Shakes, and more.
The Fiber Drink:
According to AdvoCare’s site, here are the benefits:
There are 10 grams of fiber per packet. The recommended daily allowance is 25 grams a day so this helps a lot!
The fiber is both soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber absorbs water in your stomach and intestines a therefore providing a feeling of being full and curbs your appetite. Soluble fiber can also help minimize the absorption of fats and sugars which is always good when looking for weight management.
Insoluble fiber does not absorb water but instead moves quickly through your system, cleansing the digestive tract and helps eliminate waste. Your body absorbs nutrients better once your system is cleansed.
Fiber blend, both soluble and insoluble, including gum acacia, guar gum, cellulose, oat bran, fruit pectins and psyllium seed
The Probiotic Restore Ultra:
According to AdvoCare’s site here are the benefits:
Probiotics also known as “good bacteria”, can help balance out the body’s system to have healthy levels of bacteria and help aid in our general overall wellness.
Probiotics also can aid in healthy intestinal function and digestion. You also get an added benefit of an immune system boost with probiotics. It does this by ridding your body of harmful toxins to keep your immune system in shape.
Senna extract, cranberry juice powder, burdock extract, astragalus extract, milk thistle extract, schisandra extract, beet powder, odorless garlic powder
Ready to get a “clean start” on your health and detox your system??
You can find a lot of that information on my cleanse recipe ideas post.
This is just due to the herbal cleanse caplets. Nothing to worry about.
It’s best to avoid dairy if possible, fatty and fried foods, creamy sauces, soda, sugar, candy, white flour, and processed foods. You want to “eat clean”
AdvoCare recommends doing the Cleanse every 90 days.
AdvoCare recommends discontinuing all Thermogenic products (MNS color packets, ThermoPlus, and AdvoCare Slim) when using the Herbal Cleanse. All other AdvoCare products may be continued but should be taken several hours after consuming the Fiber Drink to ensure optimal absorption of nutrients.
Coffee can cause inflammation in the digestive system and therefore it is recommended to stick with Spark and water. Green tea without sugar or creams is fine just be aware of caffeine intake.
No, it is recommended to always talk to your health care practitioner before starting any wellness program. Everyone is different and certain medications may not work well with the cleanse.
It is not recommended to drink alcohol during the cleanse.
The 10 Day Herbal Cleanse system is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding individuals but the Fiber Drink in peaches and cream and unflavored and the Probiotic are both ok. You can see more about not recommended and OK products here
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