Talk about livin’ la vida veggie!
Yes, I did it again and and joined up with the juice cleanse craze. And no, it’s not as extreme as the media may present it. There are certain juices that provide every daily nutrient and can even re-energize more-so than any other solid food.
Sure, I had the same questions many of us have.
Which juices are the most effective? Is it safe? What if I die emaciated, cold, and alone on my kitchen tile floor, whispering ‘food’ to no one in particular?
Luckily, the results were amazing.
Using the Beautifyne juice cleanse system from Purifyne, I went three days without solids and only drank green juices which contained a plethora of vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes.
I gave my digestion system a much appreciated break and by the end of the fast, I felt fresh, light, and airy. I almost floated away. Almost.
The Beautifyne Cleanse offers plan A and plan B. I chose plan B as the latter required the use of an enema kit. Yikes!
Plan B contained the capsules and Colosan powder which is added to the juices for colon cleansing. With plan B, you receive:
- 3 organic fresh fruit and vegetable juices
- Elixir of Youth juice shot (improves complexion and brightens eyes, and super delicious)
- Beauty Complex capsules (antioxidants)
- Aloe Vera juice
- Green Superfoods
- Spirulina capsules (boosts collagen)
- Colosan powder
- Brazilian Nut Milk
- Sisal Mitt (to exfoliate)
- Purifying Clay Mask
Personally, I recommend going through a juice cleanse every few months. It’s a great way to meditate over our relationship with food. Plus, it doesn’t hurt to give our digestive system a moment to relax. Even cars need to go through an oil change every so often. Shouldn’t we be as attentive with our bodies?
The first day may be the most difficult but after you have conquered those first 24 hours, it’s all downhill from there.
Purifyne is the go to source when searching for organic, purely raw juice cleanses that can detox your colon and liver, catalyze a weight-loss goal, or even help you lose a couple of pounds before a wedding or award show.