Perfect for post workout muscle recovery. Watercress and lemon support collagen in muscle, cartilage and bones. Looking for immediate benefits? Cucumber provides natural hydration while celery has anti-inflammatory qualities and helps regulate body temperature.
Liver + Kidney Health
Beta greens and beets cleanse liver and and boost kidney health. The antibacterial and detoxifying effects of the ingredients of this cold-pressed juice repair the system after over indulging in alcohol. Aids in digestion, prevents constipation, maintains low blood sugar, and curbs overeating.
Hydration is vital. Being properly hydrated is good for your skin, digestive tract and energy level and these ingredients are packed with au-natural water. Crisp and vibrant, this cold-pressed juice will leave you feeling alert and good in your skin and reduce bloat.
The carrots provide more than 100% of your daily value of Vitamin A, which benefits the eyes, immune system and skin, and provides tissue repair. Factor in the antioxidants, and now your liver is able to process and absorb nutrients as intended.
The pleasantly spicy turmeric in this cold-pressed juice is not only anti-inflammatory, but along with beet and carrot, is cleansing for your liver. Plus, this Indian spice helps to purify the blood, which allows for healthy skin.
Pure green goodness. The ingredients will detoxify, stripping your body of toxins from processed foods and life in general. A cleansed liver will leave you feeling energized, regulate your digestive system and allow your body to absorb the good stuff.
Ready to test your willpower? The expert juice cleanse is an all juice cleanse of six juices per day. The caloric intake is much lower on this cleanse, so you need to prepare yourself for the “full flush” to get your body on track. Enjoy six juices per day in the order listed above every two hours. Repeat the same order for each day of the cleanse. The order is indicated on the bottles for easy organization in your fridge.
We do not recommend this level for a first-time cleanser as it is challenging and requires full dedication.
A common misconception is that beginners should cleanse with juices containing fruit because they are more palatable. We disagree with this theory because the sugar in fruit feeds yeast in the body, causing flu like symptoms, which are often confused as detox side effects.
Don’t get us wrong, we love fruit but only recommend in the expert cleanse. Consistently healthy eaters and cleanse aficionados will have a better experience with this juice cleanse.
Drink as much water as possible. No coffee or any caffeine. Herbal teas are a good supplement. Green tea should be decaffeinated. It is helpful to ween yourself off caffeine pre-cleanse and slowly reintroduce it into your diet post-cleanse. For optimal success, stick to a vegetarian diet and steer clear of red meat and cheese the week before and after the cleanse— they’re notorious for clogging the digestive tract.
Moderate exercise supports the detox process and can make cleansing more enjoyable. Unless you’re an experienced cleanser, strenuous exercise is not recommended. Stick to low-impact or no-impact activities such as walking, swimming, yoga or stretching. A light walk will gently encourage lymphatic circulation. Do not continue if you begin to feel dizzy.