You can't "clean out your system." The only real way to do that is by cleaning out your KITCHEN.
I recommend the black plastic bag detox. Get a big plastic garbage bag and a big cardboard box and take them into the kitchen. Take everything out of your refrigerator, freezer, cupboards, and pantry. (Wipe off the shelves and wash out the fridge if they need it.) Look at each item and ask yourself, "Is this a food that will help me be healthier?" If the answer is yes, put it neatly away. If the answer is no and the package is open or expired, toss it in the garbage bag. If the answer is no and the package is still sealed, put it in the box. When you're all done and your kitchen is tidy, drag the bag to the dumpster (exercise!) and take the box to your car. Deliver the box to your nearest food bank, shelter, or other charity that can take it. On your way home, stop at a nice grocery store-- or better yet, a farmers' market-- and buy a week's worth of your favorite fruits and veggies, plus two that you've never tried before. Count it out so you have at least 5 servings per day.
If you could do a 21-day "detox," you can definitely do a 21-day "full Spark." For 21 days (actually, 28 is better because it's what your body calls a month), measure and log everything you eat; be sure to get at least 5 daily servings of fruits and veggies, including some leafy green ones and some new, unfamiliar ones; eat NO junk food; and do 20-30 minutes of easy exercise every day.
Your body cleans itself naturally. "Detox" diets and products actually slow that process down instead of helping. If you avoid putting more junk in, you'll be as clean as can be after a week or two of just normal, healthy eating and exercise.
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