Experience the benefits of helping your body cleanse with the 21-day Standard Process Purification Program. This isn’t just a cleanse diet. It’s a structured program that combines eating whole food, drinking nutritious shakes, taking supplements made with whole food ingredients, and light exercise.
The menu includes a varied abundance of fresh vegetables and fruits for the first 10 days, with select proteins added on day 11. The supplements support the body’s ability to remove naturally occurring toxins. This promotes a state that allows for toxin release.
What can purification do for me?
Naturally occurring toxins that build up in the body can adversely impact one’s health and well-being.
The Standard Process Purification Program supports the body’s natural toxin-metabolism processes and brings healthy lifestyle habits into focus. This unique 21-day program is designed to purify, nourish, and help maintain a healthy body weight.*
Patients who have finished the purification program report:
- Increased energy and vitality
- Better digestion
- Less bloating
- Improved weight management
- Clearer skin
- Shinier hair
- Better sleep
- Clearer thinking
- Better management of challenges related to natural toxin load in the body*
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Purification Program Research
Every health care professional wants to help patients make lifestyle choices that support their health. When tested by researchers, the 21-day Standard Process Purification Program supported measures of cardiovascular health, like lipid profiles and weight (see studies below).*
Even though these studies measured the effects of the purification program in the short term, the new eating patterns and use of targeted nutritional supplements promoted by the program will hopefully improve patient habits for the long term by raising awareness of how good healthy food choices can feel.
Read more about the Standard Process purification research:
- 2012: open-label prospective study: Logan University Purification Study, unpublished results
- 2011: prospective case series study: Callahan E. 2013. J Chiro Med. 12:30-38
- 2008: retrospective case series study: Powell JP and Leonard JS. 2008. J Chiro Med. 7:94-100