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Not all juices are created equal. At Clean Juice, our products are different because they’re made differently. We use a cold-pressing technique to turn fresh ingredients into liquid delight while preserving the integrity of the food’s nutrition.  Traditional juicing uses a classic juicer or blender with a centrifugal design. That’s the one with the sharp teeth that spin really fast. During centrifugal juicing, the machine turns its blades at high speeds to shred and tear up the ingredients. During the process, the centrifugal juicer generates a certain amount of heat.  Some foods are particularly sensitive to heat, and their nutrient content will degrade whenever heat is applied. Vitamins like A, E, K, C and B are quite sensitive to heat and can easily loose their nutritional integrity when heat is applied. This study concluded that raw vegetables contain the highest amounts of vitamin C content compared to cooked ones. While centrifugal juicing might not generate the same heat that full-on cooking does, the study illustrates how heat can erode food’s nutritional value.  ​ Clean Juice uses a cold-pressed juicing technique that crushes and gently presses the ingredients. While cold pressing yields the highest amount of juice, it also generates no additional heat. The final result is a refreshing juice that was gently cold-pressed, keeping nutrients and enzymes from fruits and vegetables in-tact!   Cold-pressed juicing allows you to pack in the highest nutrition possible in one go. As an added benefit, Clean Juice’s cold-pressed juices have a shelf life of a few days, meaning that you can expect the nutrient content and taste to remain as fresh as possible. (4)


This is up to you, as many people do very little ‘prep’ leading up to a cleanse and others like to begin cutting things from their diet a few days beforehand. If you will be cutting out caffeine during your cleanse, you may want to cut back a few days ahead of time to avoid extreme headaches and withdraw symptoms. If you would like to eliminate certain foods beforehand, dairy and any processed food products are a great place to start!


-Drink all juices 2.5-3 hours apart. This helps maintain a full stomach. -Drink water. Like lots of it. It’s helps flush your systems of waste products during the cleanse. We recommend drinking 8-12 ounces of water (8-10 Cups) between juices. For example, juice, water, juice, water, and continue in that order.  -If you are starving and really think you can’t make it through… don’t blow it! Have a handful of unsalted, organic nuts, or a small leafy green salad. -If this is your first time, stock up on fresh fruits and or vegetables for the length of the cleanse. This will compliment your cleanse just in case you get hungry.  -Turn your cleanse day into a total mind, body, spirit experience! Spend some time pampering yourself. Go for a walk, read a book, spend some time in nature reflecting, and have an accountability partner!


As long as you have been exercising previously, it is totally ok to work-out while cleansing, but just listen to your body! You know when it is telling you to slow down and what it can handle. It may be best to not exercise on the first day of the cleanse and wait and see how your body is going to handle it and what your energy levels will be like. If you can’t make it through a workout, it’s ok! Cleansing is a great time for rest and reflection for every aspect of your body, so enjoy the time letting your body have a break.


Hunger and Cravings: The biggest side effect and most common challenge of cleansing is feeling hungry—especially for first timers. Your body is probably used to consuming at least three full meals per day, and your stomach likely isn’t used to feeling empty.  It’s important to drink lots of water in between your juices. Staying hydrated helps you feel full and prevents hunger-related symptoms, like headaches and fatigue. Frequent bathroom visits: Frequent bathroom visits are an expected consequence of cleansing. During a cleanse, you’re moving your body from a typical food-based diet to a liquid diet, meaning your bowel habits will change too. It’s is a normal part of the cleanse process, and your bathroom habits will return to normal before or after the cleanse is finished.  Because you’re consuming an all-liquid diet, you’ll also need frequent pee breaks. You may even notice that your urine has a red tinge. This is a normal effect of drinking the Red cold-pressed juice. If you’re concerned about how increased bathroom trips might affect your daily life, you might try starting your cleanse right before the weekend or whenever you have your days off.  Health risks: Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid Clean Juice cleanses. Since our juices don’t undergo high-pressure processing (HPP), they aren’t pasteurized. Pregnant women should never consume unpasteurized milk, cheese or juice because of the risk of bacterial infection. Cleansing is also not recommended for children and teens, who are still growing. However, there’s little evidence that suggests that short-term cleansing is harmful to the average adult. Not eating solid foods for a few days doesn’t produce any severe side effects and is generally safe for most people. However, if you have diabetes, hypoglycemia, heart disease or another chronic illness, then a full, multi-day cleanse may pose unknown risks. It’s important to speak with your doctor or another health care professional before making any dietary changes.


Cleansing and fasting are an ancient tradition practiced by many cultures for thousands of years. It’s believed that Hippocrates, the famous Greek physician, first recommended fasting around the 5th century BCE. In the Greek medicine system, Hippocrates would advise his patients to abstain from food as a way of healing certain diseases. By refraining from eating, his patients could improve particular symptoms and get in touch with their physical and mental needs. Think of cleansing like the passing seasons. Just like the year has changing seasons, so too does the body, and cleansing can offer you a time of rest and reflection. Cleansing and fasting can help give you the space to listen to your body’s needs and reset your physical health. Cleansing or fasting are periods of paying conscious attention to our physical, mental and spiritual health. It’s a limited time in which you commit to purify the body and reconnect with a higher power or your inner strength. Throughout history, different groups of people have understood there is a natural accumulation of toxins in the body. Though the body is excellent at purifying itself, it also requires support through cleansing, which helps stimulate and encourage the body’s natural detoxification systems. ​ The tradition of fasting is done for different reasons within different cultures, but all traditional fasts have similar purposes. The point of cleansing or fasting can be broken down into the three main reasons: Removing toxin sources: During a fast, you stop your exposure to the source of toxins. Even in ancient times, before synthetic chemicals and harmful toxic products, people sought to eliminate their exposure to certain impurities for a specified length of time. Adding pure and healthy nutrition: During or after a fast, the practitioners would then introduce health and pure ingredients and nutrition back into their bodies. One particular ancient tradition, Ayurveda, recommended a specific protocol of plants and herbs to stimulate the body’s natural repair and healing mechanisms, which work better after exposure to toxins has ceased. Resting the body and mind: Due to the mind-body connection, fasting is both a physical and mental practice where you cleanse the body and rest and reflect for your spirit.  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your physician before beginning any diet or cleanse program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate nutrition prescription. If you experience any pain or difficulty with this cleanse, stop and consult your healthcare provider. (4) Sources: • • • ​ (5) Sources: • • • • •

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