Live your life in high resolution with the Standard Process Purification Program.
Are you hungry for good health? Experience the benefits of helping your body cleanse with the Standard Process Purification Program. The purification program combines a generous menu of whole foods with supplements that support the body’s ability to remove naturally occurring toxins. This promotes a state that allows for toxin release.
Naturally occurring toxins that build up in the body can contribute to:
- A stuffy feeling in the head
- Fatigue or difficulty sleeping
- Indigestion and other temporary gastrointestinal upset
- Food cravings and weight gain
- Reduced mental clarity
- Low libido
Much More Than a Cleanse Diet
The Standard Process Purification Program is not strictly a cleanse diet but rather a structured program that combines whole food eating with supplements, nutritious supplement shakes, and light exercise. The menu includes an abundance of fresh vegetables and fruits for the first 10 days with select proteins added on day 11.
- New One Degree of Change: The Standard Process 21-Day Purification Program Cookbook
- Easy Healthy Recipes for Purification
When you’ve completed the 21-day purification program, you’ll transition to a new way of eating to feel your best based on enjoyable, healthy food.
To Your Health: Cleanse to Feel Your Best
- Improved weight management
- Increased energy and vitality
- Better digestion
- Less bloating
- Clearer skin
- Shinier hair
- Better sleep
- Clearer thinking
- Better management of challenges related to natural toxin load in the body
Whole Foods for Health: Cleanse
Select from four purification kits based on the preferred protein and fiber choice. Each purification kit contains supplements made with whole food ingredients:
Purification Program 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- 2012 – Open label prospective study: Logan University Purification Study, unpublished results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