(Closed) Juice Cleanse

posted 5 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
688 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

The only things I could suggest are:


Prep yourself for your cleanse. Don’t go one day eating solid foods like bread a meat and then next to a complete liquid diet. You can google the proper steps to prepping, or go check out Blue Print Cleanse and read how they instruct their clients to prep for a cleanse.


Make sure you make your juices the day you’re going to drink them (as in don’t freeze them or store them in the fridge for days). The longer they sit around the more nutrients they lose. 


Also, depending on the juicer you have/purchase, you may have to add fiber in afterwards if all you’re extracting from the veggies and fruit is the juice. You need to include the pulp in there as well. A slow, masticating juicer is the best. 


Fill your bottles all the way to the top. Try to leave as little air as possible between the drink and the lid of the bottle. 


As for recipes, there are tons of blogs out there that instruct the exact amount of everything you will need for one day of cleansing.


As for after the cleanse, don’t go straight to your regular diet. Ease back into solid foods. 


Other than that, good luck!!! Blogs are your friend my dear!


Post # 4
1548 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I recently did the Blueprint Cleanse for the 3rd time. I don’t really do it for weightloss, but more just to feel better overall. I usually end up losing 2-4 lbs during the 3 day cleanse.

I definetly recommend doing a pre-cleanse for a few days to prepare your body and a post-cleanse for a few days after so your body doesn’t go into shock going back to regular food. 

I absolutely love the way I feel after a cleanse! I feel lighter and have so much more energy during and afterward. I definetly recommend it.

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