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What foods are allowed on the AdvoCare 10-day cleanse diet?

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Some foods allowed on the AdvoCare 10-day cleanse diet include fresh or raw vegetables and fruits, 100-percent whole-grain brown rice, oatmeal and non-dairy milk, such as almond milk and rice milk. Chicken, fish, turkey breast and ground turkey serve as the preferred meats of the diet.

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Some healthy fats available on the AdvoCare 10-day cleanse diet come from foods such as avocados, olives and olive oil, and raw nuts and seeds. Peanut and almond butter also provide good sources of fat for the diet. The diet also allows beans, lentils, hummus, chicken broth and vegetable broth.

The AdvoCare 10-day cleanse serves as part of a larger 24-day challenge. This portion of the diet gives participants a fresh start on their new nutrition goals and helps them better absorb the nutrients in their food. Nutritional supplements provided by AdvoCare also play a role in the diet, including its Herbal Cleanse and Probiotic Restore tablets, OmegaPlex tablets for essential fatty acids and AdvoCare Spark, which helps give dieters more energy and focus.

Some foods that the AdvoCare 10-day cleanse prohibits include anything white, such as white bread, pasta and rice. As sugar and honey are prohibited, dieters should stick to fresh fruits for desserts. The plan also disallows fried foods, and mushrooms and cheese remain prohibited as they contain mold. The diet prohibits alcohol consumption during the cleanse.

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