After looking over the Facebook comments from everyone, it's clear that there are some recurring questions that people have, so I am going to answer them here for everyone. I hope this helps!
1. Snacking: When should you do it and how much should you eat?
You want to space out your meals and snacks every 3 to 5 hours. If you're nonstop nibbling throughout the day, you're not giving your metabolism a chance to stabilize. And don't just snack because it seems like a good time to munch on something. If you're truly hungry, great. If not, wait until you are. This cleanse is about re-identifying with hunger.
For how much to eat, the snack recipes we've included all have serving sizes. So, for the Dried Fruit and Nut Bites (which are delicious, by the way), the recipes makes 20 and serves 5, so 4 is an ample serving size. We really want this detox to be successful for you though, so it's wise to keep extra fruit or crunchy, raw vegetables (carrots, broccoli, celery) around to grab when you feel your blood sugar waning. You want to re-identify with hunger, but this shouldn't be total deprivation.
2. Meals: How many can you eat?
The way that we've devised the plan is that each recipe stands alone for a meal: a smoothie or juice for breakfast, a salad for lunch, soup for dinner. If you really need to supplement a recipe with something else, go for it. You want to feel nourished and satisfied enough to make this plan one that you can sustain for three (or four) weeks.
3. Tea: Can you drink it?
Herbal teas are allowed. Teas that naturally have caffeine, including green and black, are off limits.
4. Exercise: Is it allowed during the cleanse?
All of our bodies are different, but the first week of the cleanse is strict and delivers little protein. Without fuel for exercise, it's smart to stick to gentle stretching this week and not engage in anything too vigorous. Next week we add back seafood and beans and lentils to the eating plan, so more rigorous activity is OK.