Day 1 post cleanse:
The day after the cleanse, eat primarily raw or lightly steamed vegetables, fruit, or nuts. Portion sizes should be small, and the diet should be very similar to what you did to prepare for the cleanse. This means no sugar, coffee, wheat, avoid gluten, processed foods, or dairy products.
Day 2 post cleanse:
The next day, include more plant foods, such as beans, brown rice, or quinoa. Then you can continue adding foods back into your diet that you would like to have in your regular diet.
By the fifth day after the juice cleanse fast, resume eating regular meals. Some people use the days after a cleanse to identify their reactions to foods. To do this, keep a journal and reintroduce foods systematically, noting any changes in energy, digestion, cravings, or other symptoms. For example, gluten should be introduced in small amounts on the first day. Then note what happens over the next 24 to 48 hours after reintroducing each food. Dairy is another food category that should be reintroduced carefully and tested.
Long term habits:
When you see the results, you won’t want to go back to your old ways but for long-term changes you’ll need to make long-term adaptations to your diet. After a cleanse is a great time to make some changes and introduce new, healthier habits. Try cutting out one bad habit after every cleanse and you’ll reap the rewards long-term.