Some of us aren’t quite ready to be a vegetarian. Common sense and good intentions are in conflict with your tastebuds. We question if its true that we really do live longer or it just feels this way when we make the move away from meat. The Ultimate Yogi Diet is based on common sense. We call it the common sense food program. It is designed for easy integration towards a healthier lifestyle. Diet is an integral part of the program. For 108 Days you simply follow the principals set up in the book and with a little self exploration you will discover the perfect blend of food to deliver you to a state of optimal health and vitality. Every cycle you will discover a new way of eating within the cleanses. Each of these diets has been specially chosen so that you can explore a different type of nourishment because variety truly is the spice of life. Who knows with a little more variety in your diet you might actually begin to enjoy some healthier options.

Being Vegan simply means no animal or dairy products. This opens you up to a variety of other dietary options. There are many health benefits of being vegan but it is also important to recognize your own body’s needs. Being Vegan is another great way to reduce your carbon footprint on the planet as it takes less energy to produce vegetables than meat. 

People who eat raw are always raving about the benefits. More energy, healthy looking skin, and rapid weight loss. It just takes more energy to digest raw food than cooked food so just through that fact alone you are guaranteed to be shedding away unwanted pounds. The raw food detox does not mean eating salad twenty four seven. Here are a couple of recipes to help you reap the rewards of an entirely raw food detox diet.

This one is probably the most challenging of the cleanses. Notice how we didn’t mention the word fast which is usually associated with a all juice diet. You are not trying to starve yourself here but instead trying to give your entire digestive system a break. We suggest that you drink at least four ounces of juice every two hours. For this one you definitely do want to ease up on your yoga practice. Here are some recipes to help you move along this one with grace and ease.




  • apples and oranges
  • coconuts and bananas
  • grapes and pineapples
  • pomegranates
  • berries and prunes
  • figs, pears, avocados


  • squash and cauliflower
  • broccoli, kale, & okra
  • celery and artichoke
  • spouts and cabbage
  • potatoes and peas
  • green beans
  • brussel sprouts


  • aduki beans & lentils
  • black beans & tofu
  • kidney beans
  • lima beans
  • mung beans
  • navy beans
  • tempeh



  • walnuts
  • chestnuts
  • flaxseeds
  • pine nuts
  • almonds
  • chia seeds


  • barley
  • oats
  • brown rice
  • basmati rice
  • wild rice
  • amaranth
  • quinoa


  • agave
  • barley malt syrup
  • brown rice syrup
  • maple syrup
  • raw honey
  • sucanat
  • sugar cane juice


  • basil and pepper
  • mint and chile
  • dill, cumin, fennel
  • coriander & cinnamon
  • curry and tumeric
  • neem leaves & ginger


  • chicken
  • turkey
  • egg whites
  • salmon
  • albacore
  • shrimp
  • lobster


  • aloe vera juice
  • almond milk
  • burdock tea
  • chamomile tea
  • red clover tea
  • spearmint tea
  • peach nectar