3-day JUICE CLEANSE
Detox the body to reset the mind
Preparing for your Cleanse
While 3 days of the freshest and most nutritious cold pressed juices will do wonders for your health, it is equally important to prepare for optimal results. Yes, this is a one way to of love your body so it will love you back and reward you with moving toward your health goals.
Some people experience detox symptoms including headaches, lethargy and upset stomach. We suggest to prepare by starting an early cleanse for optimal results and so that there is less discomfort from the detoxing.
To be successful at anything, preparation is key. The reason you are doing this cleanse in the first place is most likely because you want to reach your health goals. It is best to get clear about what your vision is and commit to accomplishing it.
1) Get clear about your vision for this cleanse, write it down and keep it where you can see it often.
2) At least two days before you actually start the cleanse, it is wise to start replacing foods, drinks and lifestyle choices that don’t serve your health with ones that do. This eases your body into a 3-day juice cleanse gently so that you don’t shock yourself with some possible uncomfortable cleanse symptoms.
We will invite the 3 day juice cleanse to begin next Thursday, March 15th and end it on Saturday, March 17th.
At least 2 Days (if not 7 days) before the 3-day Juice Cleanse
Diet and Lifestyle
-Animal products (red meat, fish, chicken, eggs)
-Processed sugar, high fructose corn syrup
-Processed foods (such as pasta, bread, soy products, pre-packaged salads, soups and dressing)
-Coffee and black tea (suggestion: switch to caffeinated green tea at least a week before juice detox and stop drinking caffeinated green tea all together at least two days before juice detox)
-Over salting your food (no table salt)
-Eating before bed
-Stress, lack of sleep, sedentary lifestyle, people who drain your energy (as much as possible)
-Stevia, honey, agave, grade B maple syrup and brown rice syrup
-Herbal tea, hot water with lemon
-Raw, unsalted nuts (if they agree with you
-Fruit for breakfast (always eat melons alone or leave them alone)
-Fruit mmoothies with a water or nut mylk base (no dairy)
-Fresh fruit juices
-Gluten free grains such as quinoa, amaranth, teff, millet, whole grain wild and brown rice
-Veggies, raw and steamed
-Salads and greens
-Root vegetables such as sweet potato, parsnip and burdock
-Homemade salad dressings such as lemon and olive oil, apple cider vinegar or orange juice based dressing
-Homemade vegetable soups
-A small amount of sea salt
-Olive oil, coconut oil, herbs and spices (without added preservatives)
-Eat until you’re comfortably full
-Eat no later than two hours before bed
- yoga and meditation
-At least 2 liters of water per day