WHAT IS A CLEANSE?

A cleanse is a natural reboot for the body systems. With today’s overload of preservatves, chemicals GMo’s and processed food, the body has a hard time getting rid of the impurities itself and eventually toxins will build up in the cells, tissues and colon. Cleansing is no longer considered a luxury but a necessity in today’s polluted environment. Our body can use 100% of the nutrients present in fresh pressed vegetable and fruit juice to restore natural equilibrium.

With today’s fast pace lifestyle it is more important to reset our body back to its optimal levels of health. When we cleanse we give the body the opportunity to heal and regenerate at the cellular level. Fresh pressed juice will restore energy levels like for peak performance.

WHEN TO CLEANSE

We should cleanse 3 to 4 times year for any where between 3-7 days and possibly longer if chronic health problems are present.
Cleansing can assist with:

  • Restoring energy
  • Reduce chronic pain due to inflammation
  • Help with anxiety and depression
  • Clearing skin conditions like acne, psoriasis and eczema
  • Weight loss
  • Minimizes digestive effort so the body can rest
  • Reverse the clock
  • Better Sleep
  • Lower Blood pressure
  • Eliminate heavy metals
  • Detox to the cellular level
  • Rebuild the immune system
  • Increased Libido
  • Restores alkaline levels (cancer can’t grow in an alkaline environment)
  • AND MANY MORE!!
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JUICING VS BLENDING

Often I’ve been asked, “Shouldn’t I blend my fruit and vegetables so I can keep all of the fiber?”

This is a great question worth taking time to answer.

First, I would like to explore the benefits contained in both blending and juicing:

  • Both are a wonderful way to get more fruits and vegetables in your diet.
  • Both blended drinks and juice are easier to assimilate than solid food because they have been liquified.
  • Both are a healthy way to start any day!

BLENDING

Pros

  • Depending on which juicer you may have, it can be faster to make a smoothie.
  • Bananas and avocado can be put in the blender, whereas the avocado especially cannot be juiced.
  • Because the pulp is still in the smoothie, it can ward off hunger longer than the juice can.
  • Most people already have a blender, so start up costs are minimal.

Cons

  • Many hard/root vegetables (beets, carrots, etc.) are difficult to blend and taste better when juiced.
  • Because of the fiber content in the smoothie, the nutritional value is not as high as a glass of juice.

JUICING

Pros

  • Juice has a higher nutritional value per ounce. It would be very difficult, if not impossible, to eat pounds of carrots, beets, and other leafy green vegetables in one day.
  • Even if your digestive system is working poorly, you can assimilate almost 100 percent of the nutrients contained in juice. While fiber often takes hours to digest, juice is absorbed into the body rapidly with hardly any strain on the digestive system whatsoever.
  • A blender basically chops and mashes the fruits and vegetables. The juicer breaks open the cell of the plant, releasing vitamins, minerals, and life-giving juice. The juice does retain a portion of the soluble fiber, and the discarded fiber has a lot less nutritional value compared to what’s in your glass.

Cons

  • Usually involves more clean up time.
  • More expensive than blending, as it requires more fresh produce.

But remember Juicing and Blending are complementary not oppositional.

“I love the kick of energy fresh juice gives to my body”

Taylor

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