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THRIVE 10-Day Detox Protocol

Everyday THRIVE Shake

Everyday THRIVE Shake is a daily detoxification supplement, which combines Thrive Whole Food Nutrients with superfood ingredients to promote a gentle total body detoxification and a healthy immune system.

Thrive Whole Food Nutrients are uniquely created to yield whole food incorporated nutrients, which have been metabolized by growing plant cells into their activated forms. These nutrients are immediately available to the body, as opposed to synthetic vitamins and minerals, which must be converted by the body into useable forms.

Suggested Protocol

Everyday THRIVE Shake
As a dietary supplement, add 2 heaping scoops to 9-12 ounces of cold water or your preferred beverage in a shaker cup or blender and mix for about 5 seconds.

Solutions 4 Health Probiotic Pro 40 Billion
1 capsule before breakfast and 1 capsule before dinner.

Broad-spectrum Digestive Enzyme
1 capsule before each meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

2 scoops with each THRIVE shake

THRIVE Shake Recipe

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Berry THRIVE Shake Recipe

  • 9-12 oz. of unsweetened almond or coconut milk
  • 2 heaping scoops of Everyday THRIVE Shake
  • 1/4 cup of frozen organic berries
  • 1 tablespoon of ground flax or chia seeds
  • Handful of leafy greens
  • 523-4 ice cubes

Optional add-ins:

  • ½ Avocado
  • 1 T almond butter
  • 1 scoop of greens powder
  • ½ inch of fresh ginger, peeled

THRIVE Detox Meal Schedule

THRIVE Detox Meal Schedule

Everyday THRIVE Shake + 2 Scoops Fiber + 1 Probiotic + 1 Enzyme

Everyday THRIVE Shake + 2 Scoops Fiber + 1 Enzyme

Healthy meal based on the Healthy Food Options on the next page + 1 Probiotic + 1 Enzyme

If desired, lunch and dinner can be switched in order to meet your schedule needs.

This is not specifically a calorie-restrictive program. If you feel hungry between meals, you can snack on healthy, whole foods in moderation. However, tune in to your body and make sure that you are truly hungry and not just bored, tired, or stressed!


  • Lean, clean quality protein, such as organic/grass-fed meat & poultry & cold-water fish (preferably wild caught over farm raised)
  • Plenty of fresh vegetables, organic, if possible
  • Natural low-impact sweeteners such as stevia, xylitol, and erythritol
  • Gluten-free whole grains such as brown rice, wild rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, and buckwheat are allowable in moderation
  • Drink plenty of water
Whole Foods are healthy


  • Sugars, desserts, and sweeteners
  • Dairy products such as milk, cheese, ice cream, and yogurt
  • Wheat, oats, rye, spelt, kamut, bulgur, couscous, and barley. This includes pasta, bread, crackers, cereals, and other products made from these grains
  • Fish known to be high in mercury such as swordfish, shark, tuna steak, king mackerel, and halibut
  • Packaged, processed foods

Healthy Food Options

Optimal Protein Choices:

Organic/hormone-free chicken


Grass-fed beef

Cold water fish (salmon, cod, sardines, pacific flounder/sole, butterfish, and trout. Choose wild ocean fish over farm raised fish)

Organic eggs

Organic legumes (acceptable as a vegetarian protein)

Optimal Fat Choices:


Walnut oil

Extra virgin olive oil

Hempseed oil


Raw, sprouted, or dry roasted nutsand seeds

Organic grass-fed butter


Coconut oil for higher heat cooking


Optimal Vegetable Choices:

You can eat an unlimited amount of vegetables from the list below:

Salad greens

Cruciferous vegetables (arugula, bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens)



Sweet peppers

Raw sauerkraut

Limit starchy veggies such as potatoes

Fruit Choices:

Low Glycemic Index
Organic Berries(blueberries, raspberries,strawberries)

Moderate Glycemic Index
(fresh or frozen)




Herbal teas

Naturally decaffeinated green tea

Spring or filtered water

Vegetable juices

Coconut water




Cayenne pepper

Sea salt


Fresh herbs and spices

Flax/olive oil & raw apple cider vinegar for dressings


Nuts (raw are best)


Raw or steamed vegetables

Low glycemic fruit

Almond butter with apple slices

Sample Meal Ideas

Breakfast Ideas

Breakfast Ideas

2 to 3 hard boiled eggs with 1/2 cup grapefruit

2/3 cup hot quinoa cereal or gluten free steel cut oats, 1 scoop protein powder, 1/2 cup berries and a small handful of walnuts or pecans

Detox Scramble: 2-3 eggs scrambled with onion, garlic and broccoli

Sauté veggies and add leftover salmon. Stir to heat up and add condiments/ spices

2 to 3 poached eggs over a bed of fresh spinach and sliced tomato

2 to 3 slices turkey bacon with leftover veggies or sliced tomato and avocado

 Lunch and Dinner Ideas

Lunch and Dinner Ideas

Option one

Green salad with sprouts, extra virgin olive oil, basil, & squeezed lemon or lime

Baked cod topped with avocado salsa: Chop: 1 avocado, 1 tomato, 1/2 cup red onion, add 1/2 cup capers (drained), 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, 1/2 tsp. cumin, 1/2 tsp. cayenne and 2 tablespoons lime juice.

Option two

1 cup black bean soup

Chopped cabbage with chicken and apple cider vinegar

Option three

Organic vegetable broth

Shrimp & vegetables: Sauté fresh shrimp and chopped garlic in a pan with coconut oil. Roughly chop 5-10 different vegetables and lightly stir-fry with freshly grated ginger & 1⁄2 cup cooked buckwheat noodles. Lightly drizzle with sesame oil.

Option four

Baby greens salad with extra virgin olive oil & squeezed lemon or lime

Grilled buffalo burger on a baked or grilled portabella mushroom

Mixed roasted vegetables: Roast combination of cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts

Option five

Beet greens with extra virgin olive oil & squeezed lemon or lime

Wild salmon, steamed or grilled

Steamed beets (steam 20-30 minutes or until soft, then peel off skin)

Option six

Mixed greens salad with extra virgin olive oil or lemon flavored flax seed oil

Broiled chicken with peppers: Roughly chop green, yellow & red peppers, onion and mushrooms; toss lightly with extra virgin olive oil & chopped garlic. Serve with 1/2 cup wild brown rice.

Option seven

Steamed veggies (cauliflower, broccoli, carrots). Drizzle with olive oil and lemon after steamed.Baked halibut topped with tomato pesto

Option eight

Roasted green beansGrilled turkey breast with sage1/2 baked sweet potato

Option nine

Baked sole with lemon1/2 cup baked acorn or butternut squash

Steamed green & yellow beans, topped with flax oil

Option ten

Steamed kale

Grilled chicken with garlic pesto: Mince 2 cloves of garlic and add to 1/8 cup extra virgin olive oil. Add 1/8 cup finely chopped fresh basil. Spread garlic-basil mixture on chicken breasts and allow to marinate while preparing the rest of dinner. Grill.

Option eleven

1 cup hearty vegetable soup

Grilled halibut

Steamed artichoke with lemon

Option twelve

3 to 4 oz chicken salad (made with olive oil instead of mayonnaise) wrapped in a large lettuce leaf. Add grated carrots, avocado, or other veggie of your choice.

Tips for Enhancing Detoxification

Lemon Water

Lemon Water

Drink 1 cup of hot water with 1/4 lemon and 2 pinches of cayenne pepper first thing upon waking (on an empty stomach). This is very simple but you would be amazed how many people say they can’t live without it once they start!

Warm Bath with Epsom Salts

Warm Bath with Epsom Salts

Take a warm bath with Epsom salt added to soothe, relax and detox. Additionally you may rub on the salt with a warm, wet washcloth in bath or shower. Very invigorating!

Shower Hydrotherapy

Shower Hydrotherapy

Try your own ‘hydrotherapy’ in the shower by alternating hot/cold. This stimulates circulation and your immune system. You can also do a sauna/cold shower/sauna etc., if you belong to a gym. This is not for the squeamish, but it is very invigorating! You’ll feel like a million bucks when you’re done. Of course, just a sauna and a shower are beneficial as well.

Living a Detox Lifestyle

Living a Detox Lifestyle

Beware of Plastic

Never heat food in plastic, as this process releases harmful chemicals that can seep into your food. Use glass or ceramic instead.

Skin Brushing

To aid in lymphatic drainage, use a dry, natural fiber shower brush or loofah to massage your entire body before you shower or bathe. Start at the toes, and gently scrub, using circular motions toward your heart.

Clean Water

Public tap water is often contaminated. Drink and cook with only pure, filtered water and consider adding a filter to your shower.

Detoxification is a continuous physiologic process that your body depends on for survival. There are complex cellular detoxification mechanisms that are constantly at work for you all day, every day. Natural and synthetic chemicals are processed by this complex system of cells, organs, and organ systems to keep you healthy in the face of a virtually constant barrage of toxic material. This program is an excellent tool to improve your detoxification in the short term. The following suggestions will help you keep your body’s toxic burden low and your detox mechanisms working for the long haul.

Microwave Ovens

Although the convenience of microwaves is indisputable, this method of heating can disrupt chemical linkages in otherwise healthy foods and can decrease their nutritional value. Heat on a stovetop or in an oven whenever possible and use a cast iron pan. Avoid Teflon and synthetic non-stick coatings.


One of the best ways to increase your metabolic activity is to simply use your body. Daily exercise has innumerable benefits including building lean muscle mass, which helps you burn more calories at rest. Consider jumping on a mini trampoline for 3-5 minutes a day to boost your health and vitality. Sweating also releases toxins.

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