The Sandwich Cleanse

A cleanse diet based around one sandwich. Eat this sandwich every day for a month and you'll experience amazing health benefits!


The Sandwich Cleanse

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There are various diets out there that claim to cleanse the body from toxins.

Some of the more famous include the grapefruit diet and the lemonade diet.

These are BUNK.

For the last few months I’ve been toying around with something more substantial that will deliver way better cleansing benefits.

This sandwich is that thing.  It might appear to be an odd grouping of ingredients, but trust me.  Each ingredient is carefully chosen to deliver the maximum nutrition and cleansing power.

Eat this sandwich every day for a month and it will change your life!

The Cleanse Sandwich

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A cleanse diet based around one sandwich. Eat this sandwich every day for a month and you’ll experience amazing health benefits!


Two slices wheat bread, untoasted
1/4 cup refried beans
1 slice red cabbage
1 slice cauliflower
4-5 prunes


1) Smash everything together.

2) April Fools.

Sandwich Nutrition

Here are a few of the guaranteed benefits that you will receive if you eat this sandwich every day… STARTING TODAY!

Increased Energy – You’ll notice that you have a new bounce in a your step.  This sandwich will trim a solid minute off your mile time.

Increased Focus – Want to read a novel? Want to WRITE a novel? This sandwich will give you laser-like focus to accomplish your biggest goals.  I ate this sandwich every day while I was writing my cookbook.

Decreased Cholesterol – This sandwich will remove all excessive cholesterol from your body.  It’s the sandwich equivalent of Lipitor.

Perfect Blood Pressure – It doesn’t matter what your blood pressure is, it will be PERFECT after eating this sandwich regularly.

Weight Loss, Muscle Gain – I’ve lost 10 pounds since eating this sandwich.  I can now bench press 250 pounds.  Thank you, sandwich.


As with any nutritional program, I feel obligated to tell you about possible side effects of The Sandwich Cleanse.

The only disadvantage worth mentioning is that you may experience slight to super-intense flatulence by eating this sandwich every day.

It also tastes like absolute hell.

Making the Sandwich

Making this dream sandwich only takes a few minutes.

For starters, don’t toast the bread.  Toasting bread burns the wheat molecules and kills their nutritional benefit.

Then slather on some refried beans.  Make sure the beans are cold.  Go heavy on them.

Then add a nice thick slice of red cabbage.

Cabbage is obviously nutritious plus it gives the sandwich some CRUNCH.

Cauliflower is the next ingredient and one you can’t skip.

It has tons of nutritional perks.

The final step is a thick layer of prunes.

These give the sandwich a nice sweetness and help the whole thing slide down.

Pick this thing up and take a big bite.

Your body will thank you.


Give this sandwich a shot and I bet you see results in as little as four hours!

To really maximize the effects, try a sandwich a day for a solid month.


21 Responses to “The Sandwich Cleanse” Leave a comment

  1. You know, Nick, I almost said the same exact thing Judy said, I love you for this, but i thought I better not. Your sense of humor is priceless. I had to come back and tell you that. You got me good again!

  2. Great sandwich, I recommend toasting it. The toasted bread goes much better with the cabbage and califlour crunch.

  3. You forgot to mention this is best eaten with everyone in the house sharing or for singletons only….if you’re going to stink, umm, I mean, CLEANSE, do it with someone you love! :P

  4. i decided to read the comments about two minutes before going to the grocery store to pick up those ingredients and thank goodness. as a new reader i feel properly hazed. bravo.

  5. HAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THIS!!!!!!! Bunk, indeed. ALTHO, I have been eating a soup w/cabbage (BECAUSE I LIKE IT) with mixed cruciferous greens (BECAUSE I LIKE THEM) with some red beans, chopped tomatoes, carrots, zucchini, and a little bit of lean meat, usually chicken, for lunches during the week. Hell, even threw in some romaine that looked a little wilty. Well seasoned. It’s delicious, and It fills me up w/o making me go off on some guilt trip!!! Basically it’s a “clean up the veggie bin” soup.

  6. Heh, I had forgotten it was April 1st until I read the first comment. I was actually going to skeptically ask you wth you were thinking. :D

  7. It’s actually pretty similar to the actual sandwiches my mum fed me as a kid – apple, cheese and vegemite; carrot, peanut butter and grapes – if only that was a joke.

  8. Gah! It’s only today that I realize that you didn’t actually take a job with McDonald’s! I did think that was a little strange…

  9. Ooh la la! This article certainly makes me salivate to the max. I really love the part where you insisted that a few slices of sandwiches are enough to stimulate and enhance our concentration for a considerable amount of time. I have no intention to prepare a complex breakfast tomorrow morning due to my work commitment but I still have to make sure my households are well-fed. I’ll rely on this fascinating info to get something nice to consume later.

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