Nutritional Cleansing | Definition and Uses for Weight Loss

Are you tired of trying the latest so-called ‘cleanse’ with no success? Are you drinking flavored water for days on end, only to find yourself back to some unhealthy habit as soon as it is over? 

Instead of making drastic changes, usually for the sake of losing weight, it may be time to start focusing on nutritional cleansing. 

Here we have broken down what nutritional cleansing is and how it can help you lose weight and support whole-body health.  

What Is Nutritional Cleansing? 

Cleanses are not all created equally. When thinking about a cleanse, the goal is to eliminate processed food, trans fats, gluten, and high sugar from your diet. 

In a nutritional cleanse, the goal is to pull out the toxins and feed your body with strategically chosen, highly nutritious foods. 

What Are the Benefits?

Nutritional cleanses go deeper than just a quick way to lose weight. When we pull out toxins and provide our bodies with nutrients, the benefits go beyond a quick fix. There’s a reason Kroma is called a ‘reset’; it’s not designed to be a traditional ‘cleanse’ and instead floods your body with the nutrients and superfoods it needs to thrive.

Weight and Appetite Management

During a nutritional cleanse, you are essentially hitting the reset button. When you remove the foods that cause inflammation and weight gain, you are better able to maintain a healthy weight. 

Eliminating all of your favorite guilty pleasures can be a struggle, though. When your nutritional cleanse includes healthy treats like OMG Cookie Butter, it may make it easier to turn down that cupcake from the office party. 

Like most processed foods, foods free of fiber absorb in the body very quickly, which can result in a lack of satiation. When our foods are not filling us up, we are more likely to reach for more and more unhealthy snacks, which can ultimately increase our appetite. 

During any healthy eating change, it is important to replace these fiber-less foods with those that are full of fiber. When you make this change, it may help reset your appetite and improve digestion.

Improved Cognitive Function

Nutritional cleansing helps to reduce inflammation in the body. Inflammation can cause negative effects throughout the whole body, including the brain. Memory issues, brain fog, and lack of concentration can all be signs of inflammation. 

Nutritional cleanses, or resets, replace foods that may cause inflammation with foods that calm inflammation, like turmeric, fruits, veggies, and bone broth. These foods also support cognitive function.

Cellular Health

There are an estimated 37.2 trillion cells in the body. These cells make up your blood, organs, hair, bones, muscles, and everything in your body. When you participate in a nutritional cleanse, the goal is to pull out the toxins in your cells, while at the same time providing them with nutrients that deeply nourish your cells.

Improved Digestion

Nutritional cleansing often includes healing broths, like bone broth or veggie broth. These healing broths help to lower inflammation, which supports healthy digestion. They also help support the good bacteria in the gut. When the gut has improved digestion, it is easier for it to break down the foods we eat and absorb the nutrients from the foods back into our bodies. 

Increased Metabolic Function

When trying to support your metabolic function, it is important to remove foods from your diet that are processed and high in sugars. A nutritional cleanse can help you make this change, minimizing cravings with nutrient-dense foods that support metabolic function. 

Improved Sleep

Sleep is incredibly important to the overall health of your body. Sleep allows our whole body to reset and heal during the night. Sleep and diet often go hand in hand. 

When you provide your body with vitamins and minerals that help support sleep, you can get the rest you need. Nutritional cleanses provide you with these nutrients while eliminating foods that can hinder sleep, like caffeine and sugar. 

How Can I Do a Nutritional Cleanse?

There are many nutritional cleanse philosophies on the market today. Some are juice cleanses, fasting for up to three days, drinking specific liquids, or eating one food for two weeks. 

The best way to do a nutritional cleanse is to choose one that is not overly restrictive. Choose a nutritional cleanse that provides your body with enough superfoods that you are left feeling nourished and full. 

30-Day vs. 9-Day Cleanses

Two popular cleanses on the market are the 30-day cleanse and the 9-day cleanse. Both of these seem to have different goals in mind. 

  • The 30-day cleanse focuses on eating whole foods for 30 days, eliminating alcohol, grains, legumes, sugar, dairy, and additives. The goal is to reset your metabolism. 
  • The 9-day cleanse is marketed for weight loss. This cleanse uses specific products during the day as nourishment and helps to promote a healthier weight.

5-Day Reset

The Kroma 5-Day Lifestyle Reset is unlike any other cleanse. We have taken ancient healing strategies and combined them with modern clinical wellness principles. 

Our goal is to simplify how people incorporate functional superfood nutrition into everyday life. We do this by helping you re-establish healthy eating habits, while setting you up for a lifestyle of wellness.

Our Lifestyle Reset comes with convenient, delicious, instant superfoods that help you nutritionally cleanse your body.

What Should You Eat During a Nutritional Cleanse?

Whole foods should always be what you look for in a nutritional cleanse. Focus on nutrient-dense foods that are high in vitamins and minerals, like fruits, veggies, herbs, and certain spices, like cinnamon, turmeric, and ginger.

What Foods Should I Avoid While Cleansing?

Overly processed foods, foods high in sugar, foods containing gluten, and foods high in trans fats should always be avoided when partaking in a nutritional cleanse. Some programs also recommend removing dairy, red meat, gluten, and eggs. 

What Is the Difference Between a Juice Cleanse and a Cleansing Diet?

Juice cleanses and cleansing diets both aim to help rid your body of toxins while replenishing your body with nutrients. The main difference between the two is when you are on a juice cleanse, you only drink juice made from whole foods like fruits, vegetables, and herbs. On a cleansing diet, you could still eat the whole foods in their entirety. 

Unlike fad diets, juice cleanses, and quick-fixes, the Kroma Reset programs and Daily Essentials are designed to promote and support a lifestyle of health and wellness.


Nutritional cleansing is all about taking out the foods that are not providing you with optimal health and replacing them with foods that provide you with full nutrients that support your full body. 

Kroma Wellness goes beyond cleansing. We want to help support your full-body health, all while focusing on the belief that food is medicine. 



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