Quick Start One:

Detox/Paleo Cleanse Weight Loss Plan in Reno


Why Detoxify For Diet Weight Loss Plan ?

Because we live in a toxic world.  By age 10, a child born in the millennial year 2000 will be exposed to approximately 80,000 chemicals that did not exist in 1970.

In 1974, glyphosate, a new potent herbicide appeared that changed the face, in terms of toxicity, modern agriculture.  Those of us of a certain maturity remember well, via the magic of television advertising, the fate of side by side weeds growing through cracks in the driveway.  An off screen hand delivered a single spritz of glyphosate, and 24 hours later, voila, no more weeds.

Over the past twenty years, the incidence and prevalence of chronic diseases has spiked dramatically.  Evidence indicates that glyphosate interferes with many metabolic processes in both plants and animals. Glyphosate residues have been detected in both. Glyphosate disrupts the endocrine system and the balance of gut bacteria, damages DNA and is a driver of mutations that lead to cancer.(1)

Of course, not everyone sees it this way.

“Glyphosate has one of the most extensive human health safety and environmental data packages of any pesticide that’s out there,” said a company spokesman. “It’s used in public parks, it’s used to protect schools. There’s been a great deal of study on Glyphosate, and we’re very proud of its performance.”(2)

The EPA considers glyphosate to have low toxicity when used at recommended doses.(2)

“Risk estimates for glyphosate were well below the level of concern,” said EPA spokesman Dale Kemery. The EPA classifies glyphosate as a Group E chemical, which means there is strong evidence that it does not cause cancer in humans.(3) 


Any more than a taking Vitamin A capsules takes the place of eating a whole carrot, glyphosate isn’t just glyphosate.It is a whole concoction of chemicals, most considered, non- functional or  “inert.”  Inert compounds include solvents, preservatives, surfactants and other substances added to pesticides.

These “inert” components turn out to be lethal to human cells. Embryonic, placental and umbilical cord cells are particularly vulnerable.  One component, polyethoxylatedtallowamine, or POEA, is more deadly to human embryonic, placental and umbilical cord cells than the herbicide itself.(4

Glyphosate is not the only offender.   BPA, fluoride, parabens, phthalates, PFOA, fiberglass, oxybenzone, BHA are but a few of those 80,000 chemicals that have made their way into our food and water supplies.

PCB’s contribute to brain impairment.  Triclosan, found in soap, toothpaste, and bath towels, leads to limb deformities.  Phthalates, contained in fragrances, directly attacks the thyroid.  Perfluorooctanoic acid is baked into non-stick cookware and microwave popcorn bags.  All of the above interferes with many metabolic processes in both plants and animals.(5)

Mercury, perchlorate and nitrates are chemically similar to iodine, the element necessary for T4 thyroid hormone production. When absorbed, these poisons are mistaken for iodine, leaving the body less real iodine to make thyroid hormone, leading to hypothyroidism. The cells of the thyroid gland (as well as other cells in your body) become inflamed and damaged to the extent that the immune system no longer recognizes them as “self”.  Antibodies to our own thyroid molecules are created, resulting in hypothyroid autoimmune disease, described by Dr. HakaruHashimoto in 1912, and known as Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.

Mercury is found in sushi, cosmetics, vaccines, pesticides, dental fillings, and even coal fired power plant residue. Perchlorate is present in fireworks, fertilizer and rocket fuel. Nitrates are used in fertilizer and processed or cured meats like hot dogs and bacon. Spinach and celery naturally contain nitrates.

External remedies include HEPA filters to clean the air. Water quality improves with water filters.  Consuming only organic, grass fed meats, fish with lower mercury levels (salmon versus tuna for instance), and avoiding processed and cured meats (or using nitrate-free cured products) reduces nitrate exposure.

Skin care products and dental amalgams can also lead to heavy toxic exposure.

The cumulative effect of a lifetime exposure to this cauldron of woes are unprecedented explosions in asthma, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, obesity, lipoprotein metabolism disorders, Alzheimer’s Disease, senile dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, autism, and cancer.(6)

Our digestive, immune and neurological systems are the main targets.  Hair and skin products, as well as fragrances, among others, are a major contributor to this crisis.  The average adult uses nine cosmetic products, applying the equivalent of 126 to 170 synthetic chemicals, a day.  More than 10,000 synthetic chemicals are used in cosmetics and personal care items. (7)  Only 10 percent of these chemicals are ever tested. The rest have never been evaluated by any publicly accountable institution.

Advances in modern food technology allow us to eat “egg whites” from a carton (with a 10-week shelf life), peanut butter that is still “fresh” five years after manufacture, and fast food French Fries still “edible” after two weeks of exposure to the elements.

The low fat diet of the 1980’s (wrongly hailed) saviour of men’s hearts, led to the development of Frankenfoods, toxic mixtures filled with chemicals our body neither recognizes nor can digest.  Fat was replaced with high fructose corn syrup, and wheat was genetically altered so as to be indigestible by a large segment of the population.

A Note on Grains and Gluten

“Give us this day our daily bread.”   The first petition of the Lord’s Prayer, the universal plea for the necessary supports and comforts of life.  Why is this even a controversy?

Today’s crops are nothing like those harvested by our ancestors.  In search of a higher yield, modern agriculture has depreciated nutrient content, on average, 30%.

Modern crops don’t even look the same.   Once more than four feet tall, the type of wheat grown in 99 percent of fields around the world, has morphed into a stocky two-foot-tall plant with an unusually large seed-head.(8)

Bread, wheat’s end product, and other grain based products, barley and rye, among others, contain gluten, an indigestible protein, associated with a universal inflammatory response in the body.   Gluten consumption in vulnerable individuals leads to inflammation of the intestines, joints, thyroid, nervous system and other body tissues.

In small doses inflammation is necessary to ward off invaders and create healing. Chronic exposure to inflammation, however, injures the immune system, renders one unable to fight off infections or respond to the stresses of the life, and, if left unchecked, leads to tissue destruction from within, i.e “autoimmune” disease.

“My doctor tested me for gluten.  It’s normal.  Gluten free is a fad.   I was born with it.  Autoimmune disease has nothing to do with diet.”

And like most doctors my advice is, “Nu? Maybe you get a little sick from gluten, maybe not.  We’ll watch it. Call me if you get really sick, then we can try to fix it.”

Really?  Ignore the warning signs, sit on your hands when the stew is lukewarm and wait until a forest fire rages?   That attitudereminds me of Rod Serling of “The Twilight Zone” fame.

“You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension – a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You’re moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You’ve just crossed over into time-space-food (fad) continuum on the way to inflammatory damnation.”(9)

So, which is it? Bread, as per the food industry, the angel of mercy? Or bread, as per your local healer (faith or otherwise), the angel of death?

Confusing, no?  In the late 70’s and early 80’s, we doctors jumped on the low fat, no fat bandwagon.  Whole eggs, bad.  Coconut oil?  Order up that cardiac bypass as a side dish, Mabel.   I personally was present in a patient consultation with a prominent cardiologist who stood over the patient (who was in bed at our local hospital awaiting results from a cardiac catheterization), pointed a finger (down) at him and literally screamed:

“You keep eating like that, meaning eggs and butter toast, and you WILL DIE.” (His emphasis.)  How would you react?

Today, of course, eggs are in, coconut oil is golden and low fat pumpkin pie is on the endangered species list.

So, we start with detoxification? Isn’t this just another gimmick?

In a word, NO! It is the beginning of any good planned detox/paleo weight loss program in Reno.

Constant exposure to toxic chemicals manipulates genetic expression, inducing (new) fat cells to form, while simultaneously increasing inflammation(10).   Your fat, rounded stomach, is not simply a dormant storage depot, but a dynamic and highly active, damaged metabolicorgan.(11)

Adipose cells fill with excess fat and toxins, but do not efficiently carry out “normal” functions of fat cells.  Instead, they erroneously suppresses adiponectin, an important hormone, leading directly to increased risk for type 2 diabetes.

PCBs, for example, damage insulin utilization and thyroid production, increasing diabetes and thyroid disease.  Trying to get fat and toxins out of damaged fat cells is no small challenge, yet it is vital to restore normal metabolism.(12)

Toxic chemical errors of metabolism, termed molecular mimicry, create abnormal, “foreign” proteins, that evolve when our body mistakenly incorporates similar but abnormal compounds into normal tissue.

Autoimmune, or Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, is a prime example of molecular mimicry.  Gluten, present in wheat, rye, barley and various combinations of these grains, contains a highly inflammatory protein, gliadin.

Gliadin closely resembles normal thyroid hormone, setting in motion a case of “mistaken” identity.  The thyroid production sequence, in the course of normal metabolic activity, incorporates gliadin, creating abnormal thyroid (T3) hormone.

Eventually the body recognizes that it doesn’t have enough “real” thyroid substrate to perform its’ functions and hypothyroid symptoms ensue.(13)

Our Johnny come lately immune system realizes critical substances are in short supply, attempts to rectify the situation by producing more tissue, also in error, setting in motion a vicious cycle of deficiency and, if left unchecked, thyroid organ failure.

The Clearfield Medical Group’s Ultimate Cleanse is the first step in ridding the body of these poisons.

Symptoms Relieved with the Clearfield Medical Group Ultimate Cleanse

  • Digestive problems
  • Itchy skin
  • Bad breath
  • Headaches
  • Skin rashes
  • Joint pain
  • Weight loss resistance
  • Poor libido
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • General malaise
  • Constipation

Benefits Derived from the Clearfield Medical Group’s Ultimate Cleanse

  • Improved energy
  • Newfound vitality
  • Happier mood
  • Reduced body fat
  • Healthier skin
  • Softer hair
  • More restful sleep
  • Clearer thinking
  • Happier mood
In Phase One, men lose an average 7-10 pounds, women 3-5 pounds.  (Sorry gals, it’s those darn hormones.  Not to worry, we take those up in in the Specialty Phase where we individualize our treatment recommendations.)


Daily Regimen

Most detox dietary regimens recommend going “cold turkey” with foods known to create inflammatory issues.  The Clearfield Medical Group Detox/Cleanse Food Plan takes more gradual, gentler, approach.

Offending food groups, sugar, dairy, gluten, and legumes, are eliminated sequentially. Sugar is dispensed with on day one, diary day 2, gluten days 3 and 4, and legumes day 5 and 6.  We also recommend eliminating alcohol, processed and packaged foods, fried foods, hydrogenated oils, margarine, peanuts and peanut butter.

This stepwise approach allows time for healing without severe withdrawal symptoms. By day seven we are “eating clean.”

We supplement our food plan with the Clearfield Medical Group (CMG) Detox Functional Food Supplement and Detox Formula.

Our food supplement powder contains macronutrients, a multivitamin/mineral complex, high levels of antioxidants, herbal remedies to promote liver function and elimination, non-GMO and (non-genetically modified) pea protein, that is dairy, fructose, gluten, lactose and sugar free.  The vanilla-berry flavored powder mixes easily with water.

Incidentally, pea protein has blood pressure lowering properties identical to first line antihypertensive agents such as lisinopril and captopril (ACE inhibitors). It also positively impacts cholesterol levels by stimulating bile acid formation and excretion.

Liver detoxification takes place in 2 phases.  Phase I can be thought of as the processor of raw materials.  Phase II takes the raw processed materials and neutralizes them in the body.

Amino-D-Tox Capsules are designed to support Phase II actions.  Sulfur is the ‘escort’ the liver uses to identify compounds to be eliminated.  Taurine, methionine, MSM, & N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) are all sulfur-containing amino acids and compounds that support the sulfation pathway of detoxification.

Glutathione is the body’s master antioxidant and free-radical scavenger.  It is aided by aided glutamine & NAC.

Calcium-D-Glucarate supports the detoxification and inhibits an enzyme that undoes Phase II detoxification in the colon.

Glucuronic acid is another of the liver escorts that binds toxins and aids in their excretion.

What To Eat

Specifically what to eat is outlined below.  Make sure, when putting together a meal, you follow our “Chinese Restaurant Menu” outline.  Take one item from column A (protein), one from column B (complex carbohydrates) and one from column C (fats and oils).

Each day we will eliminate one offending food group until Day 7 when we will be “eating clean.” Day 1 eliminates sugar, Day 2 diary, Days 3 and 4, gluten, and Days 5 and 6 legumes. Hence there is dairy, gluten and legumes on day 1, gluten and legumes on day 2 until day 6 when all are eliminated.

General Guidelines

  1. Eat 5-6 meals per day. Do not skip meals.
  2. Review and choose low-glycemic foods (<50) (See glycemic index file)
  3. No fruit juices, white sugar, artificial sweeteners, diet sodas, dried fruits, dairy except for a limited amount of Greek Yogurt.
  4. Make a meal by choosing an item from each of our “Chinese Menu” columns, A (Protein), B (Complex), and C (Fats).
  5. Add flax seeds and plain, unsalted almonds
  6. Watery fruits, while better than candy bars, are high in natural sugars. Go easy on   anything that needs mopping up after you bite into it. (Bananas, melons, mangos).
  7. Be mindful of sugars in low fat, low calorie salad dressings.
  8. A food diary improves compliance by 29% according to the Harvard Medical School of Nutrition.
  9. Combine Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar or Bragg’s Liquid Amino’s with Lemon Juice as a dressing.

The Method to the Madness

Foods to Avoid

  • Sugar in all forms, including sucrose, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, honey, and maple syrup. Natural low-impact sweeteners such as stevia & polyols (e.g., xylitol &erythritol) are allowed.
  • Artificial sweeteners (sucralose, maltodextrin, saccharin, aspartame, Sweet ‘n’ Low, Splenda, Equal)
  • Gluten-containing grains: avoid foods which contain wheat, oats, rye, spelt, kamut, bulgur, couscous, and barley. This includes pastas, bread, crackers, cereals, and other products made from these grains. Gluten-free whole grains such as brown rice, wild rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, and buckwheat are allowable during the detox program.
  • Dairy products including milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream
  • All alcohol and caffeine-containing beverages including coffee, tea and soda
  • Soy protein, including tofu and tempeh
  • Desserts (chocolate, candy, cakes, cookies)
  • Processed, packaged foods
  • Fried foods, hydrogenated oils, margarine
  • Peanuts/peanut butter (high allergen legumes)

Why detoxify?  Cellular detoxification is a dietary/functional food approach for those afflicted with fatigue, recurrent gastrointestinal problems (especially diarrhea and heartburn), food intolerance, chemical or environmental sensitivities, chronic headache, and muscle or joint pain of unknown origin.

How We Do It:The 4 R’s:

  1. Remove the Irritant Source
  2. Replace
  3. Re-inoculate
  4. Repair


We search for and eliminate toxic and allergy causing foods, GI irritants, and smoldering low grade infections, key sources of overall stress and inflammation. Offending agents include gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar, alcohol, and caffeine.

Toxic inflammation results from over consumption of harmful fats, sugar, and toxins. We test for heavy metals, bio-toxins, environmental toxins and harmful microorganisms. With an array of pharmaceutical grade herbs, supplements and medical grade foods, eliminate the sources of inflammation.


Stomach acid and digestive enzymes are diminished or completely lost with chronic inflammation.  We “replace” essential nutrients for proper utilization of foodstuff.  Digestive enzymes, hydrochloric acid and bile salts, needed for proper digestion, are administered with every meal.


We “restock” the gastrointestinal tract beneficial gastrointestinal flora and function with probiotics containing bifidobacteria and lactobacillus, dosed from 25 to 100 billion units a day, along with prebiotics and fiber.


We “repair” the gastrointestinal lining with L-glutamine, zinc, omega 3 fish oil, vitamins A, C, E, slippery elm and aloe vera containing supplements, nutrients necessary to heal the intestinal walls and linings and support the immune functioning of the gut.

Retest-(The Fifth R of 4)

Detox-What to Eat Outline

Construct meals by choosing items via the “Chinese Menu” System

A (Protein) B (Complex) and C (Fats).

Column A
Grass Fed Beef (trimmed of visible fat)
Lean poultry (white meat, skin removed)
Coldwater Fish
Salmon, Sardines, Trout,  Halibut
Lamb, Bison, Rabbit
Column B
Fruits (p 2)
Vegetables (P2)
Gluten Free Grains (P2)
Herbs and Spices
Dry Mustard
Poppy Seeds
Sea Salt
Column C
Coconut Oil
Ghee, Pumpkin,Squash
Fresh Veggie Juices
Rice, Hemp, Nut Milk:
Almond, Coconut
Caffeine Free:
Coffee, Tea
Detailed What to Eat
Column A Column B Column B’
Meat, Poultry, Fish
Grass Fed Beef
Chicken Breast
Turkey Breast
Game Hen Breasts
Only if not allergic
Game Meats
Rabbit, Bison, Venison
Halibut, Salmon
Sardines, Trout
Fruits, Nuts, Veggies
Fruits (Low Glycemic)
Apple, Apricot
Bananas, Blueberries, Raspberries Strawberries
Nuts and Seeds
Almonds, Cashews Pumpkin Seeds, Sesame Seeds,
Sunflower Seeds, Walnuts
Artichoke, Asparagus, Mushroom, Mustards Greens, Beet Greens, Onions, Beets, Parsley,
Bell Peppers, Parsnip, Broccoli, Peppers (white/black only),
Brussels Sprouts, Pumpkin Cabbage, Radishes
Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Rutabaga, Seaweed, Collards, Spinach, Cucumber
Squash (all kinds), Dandelion
Swiss Chard
Eggplant, Endive, Green Tomato Turnip Greens, Kale, Turnips, Kohlrabi, Watercress, Lettuce
 Gluten Free Starches
Starches (GF)
Amaranth, Buckwheat
Arrowroot, Brown Rice
Gluten Free Millet
Sweet Potato, Yams
Quinoa, Peas
Tapioca, Taro
Wild Rice, Yucca
Bone Broth
Clear Vegetable Broth
Column C
Fats and Oils
Coconut Oil
Conventional Beef, Pork Luncheon Meats,
Canned Meat and Fish
Dried/Salted Meat and Fish
Hot Dogs, Sausage,
Bacon, Eggs, Shellfish
Sausage, Tuna
White Potatoes
Gluten Containing:
Baked Goods,
Cereal, Flour
Wheat, Rye, Barley
Spelt, Malt
Soy, Oats, Corn
Canned, Creamed
Prepared with:
Cheese Butter Sauce
Night Shades
Tomatoes, Potatoes
Eggplant, Paprika
Peppers (Black and White OK
Soybean Based Veggies
 Breakfast-As per Online Menu or Menu Choices, Capsule Pack
Snack-CMG PaleoCleanse Shake
What Not to Eat
High Glycemic Fruits:
Pineapple, Raisins
Dates, Watermelon
Allergenic Fruits:
Any sensitive to.
i.e.  Citrus, Mango
Canned, or w Sulfites
Jams, Jelly, Syrup
Sweet Fruit Drinks
Canned and Creamed
Clear soups w Gluten
Barley, Wheat,
MSG or Yeast
Cow’s Milk
Caffeinated Coffee,
Fruit Juices
Soda, Alcohol
Fats, Nuts, Oil
Margarine Shortening
Refined Oils
Unclarified Butter
Salad Dressing
Peanuts Nuts/Butter w
Excess Fat/Sugar
Dry Roasted Nuts
General Outline
Lunch-As Per Online Menu or    Menu Choices
Snack-CMG Paleo Cleanse Shake
Dinner-As Per Online Menu, Capsule Pack
Brown Sugar, Honey
Molasses, Fructose
Maple Syrup, Artificial Sweeteners
Salt, Soy, Mayo
Balsamic/Rice Vinegar
Salsa, Chili Pepper
Pepper Flakes, Paprika
Dairy Foods
All processed foods made with
dairy products
On dairy creamer
Skim Milk Spreads
Powdered Milk
Frozen Yogurt
Ice Milk
Low Fat Milk
Ice Cream
Whole Milk

14 Day Detox Diet-Weekly Planner

(See Recipes in Recipe Chapter)

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
Amino D Tox  Capsules (Daily)
Steel Cut Oatmeal
2/3 cup Hot Quinoa Cereal
Mixed with Berries or Sugar Free Applesauce
Cinnamon and Chopped Raw Nuts.
⅔ cup Cream of “Wheat”
Peach, Banana, Flax
Berry Smoothie Smoked Turkey Breakfast Sauté Banana Flax Coconut Shake
Detox Shake (Daily)
Veggie Sticks w Hummus Sliced Pears and Kiwis
Apple Slices
Pumpkin Seeds
Sesame Seeds
Kale Chips Green Smoothie Apple, Banana Slices
Lunch Quinoa Salad



Minestrone Soup Spicy Black Beans and Tomatoes Cod with mixed green Salad with Veggies of  Choice

Basic Salad Dressing

Steamed Broccoli, Kale, and/or Swiss Chard (thinly chopped) topped with Olive Oil Chicken, Grapes, Salad, Almond

Braggs Salad Dressing



Salmon, Baked







Detox Shake











Almond Butter













Amino D Tox Capsules


Ratatouille w Brown



 Pasta and Beans

Green Salad with Sliced Cucumber, Radish, Red Onion,

Braggs Salad Dressing

Spinach and Bean Soup


Green Salad


Braggs Salad

 Vegetarian Chili topped with leftover Ratatouille

Mixed Green Salad with Sliced Red Bell Peppers Red Cabbage


Broiled Salmon


Mixed Green Salad


Braggs Amino Acid Dressing

Salmon Salad with Spinach and Cherry Tomatoes, and Cucumber Slices



Salad Dressing

Chicken Kabob with Salad

14 Day Detox Diet-Weekly Planner

Day 8 Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14




Amino D Tox  Capsules


Strawberry, Mango, Yogurt, Flaxseed Smoothie




2/3 cup Hot Quinoa Cereal

Mixed with Berries or Sugar Free Applesauce

Cinnamon and Chopped Raw Nuts.

⅔ cup Cream of Rice (Hot)







Peach, Banana, Flax Shake Berry Smoothie Steel Cut Oatmeal





Banana Flax Coconut Shake



Detox Shake


Kale Chips




Rice Cakes and Hummus



Apple Slices


Pumpkin Seeds



Sesame Seeds

Kale Chips Green Smoothie Apple, Banana Slices
Lunch Vegetable Chili Grilled Chicken with Salad Carrot Salad Turkey Burger


Grilled Sole



Turkey Soup

Braggs Salad Dressing



Grilled Tilapia







Detox Shake


Cherry Tomatoes & Cucumbers with Guacamole



Celery wit


Almond Butter








Almond Butter



Apple Slices







Almond Butter



Amino D Tox Capsules


Walnut-Crusted Fish

Side: Steamed Broccoli & Yellow Rice




Sweet Potato Squash

Braggs Salad Dressing

Broiled Tilapia


Green Salad


Braggs Salad

Chicken Cacciatore

Mixed Green Salad

Braggs Salad Dressing

Coconut Chicken


Mixed Salad

Braggs Salad Dressing

Salmon Salad with Spinach and Cherry Tomatoes, and Cucumber Slices


Chicken, Broccoli,

Sweet Potato




Salad Dressing

After the 2 week introduction, we transition you to the weight loss phase (2) of the Clearfield Medical Group ‘s Ultimate Lifestyle Plan.  Phase 2 can last from 2-20 weeks.  We conclude with our maintenance program to lock in your gains and guide you into the future.

In Phase 2 we will slowly reintroduce potentially allergy causing or inflammatory foods.  These need to be done one at a time, waiting 2-3 days before reintroducing a second one.  For instance, if you have a reaction to peanuts, do not attempt to reintroduce dairy until the peanut reaction has past.

If you experience hives, itching, throat swelling, i.e. allergic symptoms to a food, these, unfortunately need to be avoided.

Start with just 3 or 4 nuts in the morning.  If you have no reaction, increase the amount to 6-8 at noon and, if no reaction, add 10 more at dinner.

If you do experience a reaction, we usually recommend waiting 2-4 months before trying that food again.  The major food allergens are dairy, wheat, peanuts and tree nuts, soy, eggs, and shellfish.(14)


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