Gabriel Method Detoxification Schedule

detox schedule

This schedule below should be considered a general guide for Week 2, Cleanse Week. If you need to make changes, that’s perfectly normal, just be sure to keep drinking water, catch up on your juices if you miss one, and try to listen in on the group classes to get support and education as you go. NOTE: you may substitute any juice with either tea, broth or super greens, if you prefer.

7 am – Detox Visualization (AM)
The morning visualization practice is a short but extremely important practice where you’ll set an intention for your day and establish the mindset and inner peace that will help support you mentally and emotionally during you cleanse.

8 am – Juice I & Detox Tea w/Coconut or MCT Oil
While cleansing, it’s nice to start your day with something warm and creamy. The Gabriel Method signature Detox Tea is fast and easy to make, it’s also delicious and satiating, made with extremely healthful, energy-provided fats that will help transition your body from a sugar burning metabolism toward that of a fat-burning metabolism.

10 am – Juice II
There are a variety of recipes and options for your morning juice, so check out the video recipes, get creative, and enjoy! Remember to drink water with your juices, and always focus on low-sugar, mostly vegetable juices.

12 pm – Juice III
Pick your favorite juicy recipe and enjoy!

2 pm – Omega-3 Drink
Most people suffer from omega-3 deficiencies. Omega-3’s are essential fats that our body cannot create—so we must eat them or we don’t get them. A lack of omega-3 fats is associated with mood disorders, food cravings, inflammation, and impaired cognitive abilities. While cleansing, it’s imperative that we nourish our bodies with this essential fat from chia, flax or fish oil.

3 pm – Juice IV
Pick your favorite juicy recipe and enjoy!

5 pm – Juice V
Pick your favorite juicy recipe and enjoy!

7 pm – Detox Soup & Omega-3 Drink
Detox Soup is a delicious and savory vegetable broth that is a comforting end of day cleansing “meal.” Along with your soup, be sure to have another Omega-3 drink. The essential fats will help you feel full and sleep through the night, and the soluble fiber will help to keep your bowels regular.

9 pm – Evening Visualization
The Gabriel Method Evening Visualization is used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world each night before bed. It’s an extremely effective way to relieve stress, reduce your stress hormones, and create the mind-body shift needed for lasting change. Listen in bed, and if you fall asleep listening, that’s just perfect.

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38 comments on “Detox Schedule
  1. Jeri Rose says:

    Where is the download for the session I missed yesterday. Den said to go to the 2014 detox page...and I think this is it, but where is the session?

    Also can you speak to how to use MSM powder in what drinks and how much like a teaspoon or half or quarter?

  2. Geralee Holder says:

    this is great to see what needs to be done in week two, but I'm a bit lost as what to do in week one?

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Geralee,
      The aim of week one is to gently prepare your body for the cleanse by removing caffeine, alcohol and processed foods from your diet. Eat plenty of vegetables and fruit (preferably live in the form of salads), good sources of protein, healthy fats, nuts, seeds and plenty of water.
      Hope this helps.
      Den - GM Team

  3. Annas An'am says:

    Hi,

    For week 1, can I eat subway which consist of grilled chicken and loads of of vegetables?

    Thanks.

  4. Annas An'am says:

    Hi for week 1 can I eat subway which consist of grilled chicken and loads of of vegetables?

    Thanks.

    • Denaleigh B says:

      Hi Annas,
      Congratulations on starting the Pre-cleanse! For the pre-cleanse it is best to avoid grains, bread included. So perhaps order the Subway and eat all of the contents of the sandwich and leave out the bread.
      Hope this helps.
      Den - The GM team

      • Annas An'am says:

        Hi,

        Thank you for the prompt response. Another qns is can I add in sauce in my salad eg. Thousand Island?

        • Denaleigh B says:

          Hi Annas,
          It would be best to avoid packaged dressings and sauces for your pre-cleanse. Try to eat foods that are closest to their original state as possible to make it easier for your digestive system. Additives and unhealthy oils are used in packaged dressings to make them last longer. A suggestion would be to carry your own home-made dressing of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Healthy Salt and Ground Pepper in a small jar. Apple cider vinegar is another excellent dressing. If you want a dressing with a more creamy consistency, perhaps try pureeing half an avocado with some lemon juice, and olive oil?
          Kind regards
          Den - The GM Team

  5. Jacqueline Battist says:

    Hi everyone,
    just wondering if you can use ground turmeric?
    if so how much should i use? ie 1 tsp

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Jacqueline,
      Ground turmeric would be great to use. As far as quantity you could use from 'a sprinkle' to a teaspoon depending on your taste.
      Best regards
      Den -The GM Team

  6. Lyndall Jones says:

    Does using a blender (ie to make a smoothie) cause the same degree of oxidation as a centrifugal juicer?

  7. Carole Moritz says:

    Just a quick question, Jon. You list detox soup above for dinner, but is it really soup or is it the broth that you show how to make in your video?

  8. francepragnell@yahoo.ca says:

    Hi, in the morning we make the detox tea (4 cups) how often do we drink this, just once or can we drink it all day long?

  9. Nandan Cox says:

    I am working across the weekend finishing on Monday doing a 12 hour shift. I am all prepped with vegge's and broth and juice ingrediants at home. However, I can see that Monday is going to be a challenge to get a juice in every 2 hours. I do have the hungry for change supergreens which I usually take with chia. Can I substitute this for some of the juices to keep me going throughout the day. I also made the vege broth which I can take with me. But I am a bit worried, work will keep me busy, but it is difficult to get away every 2 hours. The supergreen drink might help get me through?

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Nandan,
      Are you able to make up a big batch of juice before you start work, and keep some in the fridge at work, which you can sip from during your shift? That way you don't need to take a break every 2 hours. If not, the supergreens with chia will get you through.
      Hope this helps.
      Best regards
      Den - The GM Team

  10. Laz says:

    Can we include homemade bone broth as well as vegetable broth or is it better to stick with only the vegetable?

  11. Lady Diana says:

    When we have the Omega-3 drink
    I believe you mentioned Hemp seed & hemp oil
    Can be used correct?

  12. Lizzie Dbarrios says:

    Hi there,
    Im running two days late. Do you think I still will have the chances to make it?
    One more thing is that I haven't gotten the new product from you guys that was included in the detox product.
    Please let me know,
    Liz

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Liz,
      Great to hear that you will be joining us! It is not too late! There is no way to fail at this detox.
      It is okay if you have not received the complimentary product from us. This is just a supplement to add to your detox if available but it isn't imperative.
      Hope this helps.
      Best Regards
      The GM Team

  13. Ken Iverson says:

    Hi,
    I see week two is laid out really clearly but I'm not clear about week one - the pre-detox.
    During week one is the idea to eliminate the foods that I really feel aren't good for me, i.e. diet soda, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, and grains (my choice to not eat grains) and focus on switching to good water as the main beverage, and a diet with lots of veggies, some fruit, and lean proteins?
    Moving towards the detox diet I was planning on using veggie broth this week also, as an additional liquid source and also moving my body towards healthier foods.
    Thanks,
    Ken

    • gabrielmethod says:

      Hi Ken,
      The aim of Week 1 is to remove as much, if not all processed food, and dairy and grains from your diet. You want to nourish your body with plenty of nutritious and fresh natural foods and plenty of water. Start eating more vegetables, whole fruits, nuts, seeds, and unprocessed meats (organic, free-range if possible). Hope this helps.
      Best regards
      The GM Team

  14. Phyllis Goble says:

    Hi everyone. Excited to be doing my first detox ever, and this looks to be a healthy one! It's nice to be doing this along with you all.

  15. Susanne says:

    Sounds great -just hope, that i can listen in on the group classes at other times (not necessarily live), so i don´t have to be up at nighttime for it.

  16. treechange says:

    Just can't wait to get started. I have been a member for some time, reading, reading, reading and applying things little by little but I need this kick start to really make the change.